Summer is just around the corner, though it may not feel like it in many places just yet! Are you planning a family getaway and looking for a spot that offers outdoor fun, history, and access to small towns and the big city?

Sonesta ES Suites Burlington Boston might be just the spot for you! Sonesta ES Suites are surprisingly spacious, and things like complimentary breakfast, swimming pools, basketball courts, and grilling areas make them ideal family travel or long term business travel.

What can you do near Sonesta ES Suites Burlington Boston?

Boston is easily accessible from Burlington by car, and with a bit more planning, public transportation. The Boston Children’s Museum, Rose Kennedy Greenway, Museum of Science, whale watching, shopping, and so much more await! Visit the Greater Boston Convention & Visitor’s Bureau website for more Boston itinerary ideas.


Of course, there’s plenty to do right in Burlington and in nearby towns as well!

Burlington Landlocked Forest

13 miles of trails offer the perfect woodland spot for hiking, running, cycling, and snowshoeing. Discover natural wonders and historic backwoods trails; as you traverse this green space you’ll feel far away from everything while still being close to the comfort of your hotel!


King’s Dining & Entertainment 

Enjoy indoor family fun like bowling, billiards, shuffleboard, and live sports on TV, or sit outside and dine on the heated patio, which features a cozy fireplace. King’s is a fun spot for kids of all ages and kids at heart and makes a fun spot for getting together to break the ice with co-workers if you are traveling on business to Burlington.


Historic Sights in Lexington, Massachusetts

American history comes to life in Lexington, the birthplace of American liberty.  Liberty Ride Trolley Tours bring you and your costumed guide along the Battle Road to learn about the events of April 19, 1755. Free tours of the Lexington Battle Green are available on weekends in April and May and daily Memorial Day through October 30. Other attractions include the Lexington Visitors Center, the place to visit for information about Lexington’s colonial past.