Finding an affordable place to stay in Boston in July can be challenging. Not that I blame the hordes of incoming tourists trying to visit our fair city in the warmer months, what with the boats in the harbor, the Freedom Trail, and the fights on Carson beach.
We’ve managed to find a few options (which you’ll find on our lodging page) that might make your trip to WordCamp Boston more affordable:
- The Courtyard by Marriot, Brookline – rooms at $199/night plus tax
- The Holiday Inn Boston – Brookline has rooms at $169/night plus tax
- Rooms may be available in the Boston University Student Residences at $65/night
See housing options for WordCamp Boston for more details.