Tour Historic Boston South Shore & Quincy MA with Vacation Package from Boston Marriott Quincy Hotel

June 30, 2010 (PRLEAP.COM) Travel News
BOSTON, MA June 30, 2010 As the birthplace of John Adams, John Quincy Adams, and John Hancock, Quincy, Massachusetts in Boston South Shore boasts a rich history and numerous tourist attractions. Now, thanks to the Boston Marriott Quincy Hotel's Discover Quincy vacation package, weekend travelers can enjoy one of Boston's best kept secrets, the scenic and historic South Shore, and a breezy ferry ride to downtown Boston's more familiar historic sites during this historic vacation.

The Discover Quincy hotel package includes:
- Deluxe guest room accommodations
- Breakfast for two in Hancock's Restaurant
- Two tickets to Adams National Historical Park, the birthplace of U.S. President John
Adams, and President John Quincy Adams (children under 16 free)
- Two round-trip tickets on the Harbor Express, which takes you to historic Boston attractions like the famous North End, Freedom Trail, Faneuil Hall and Quincy Marketplace (children under 12 free)

Discover Quincy weekend getaway package rates range from $169 to $189, per room per night, and are available weekends now through November 6, 2010. Hotel rates are based on availability at the time of reservations, and some blackout dates may apply. A Friday or Saturday night stay may be required. Tax and gratuity are not included. Please use promotional code ARN when making reservations at or call 1-800-834-6418.

The Energy Star® labeled Boston Marriott Quincy Hotel offers easy access to popular Massachusetts cities including Boston, Plymouth and Cape Cod. All guest rooms feature high-speed internet access, high definition televisions, cotton- rich linens, down comforters, abundant pillows and thicker mattresses. For guests' enjoyment, there is a fully equipped health club, a renovated indoor lap pool and a whirlpool. Dining options include Hancock's steakhouse restaurant, Kilroy's Irish Pub and the Adam's Lounge, as well as room service. For information, please call 617-472-1000 or visit