Seize the Summer at these Great Park Destinations

Philadelphia 

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Photo credit: Visit Philly

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Between dips in the rooftop pool at Sonesta Philadelphia Rittenhouse Square, guests have so many options of things to do and see. The iconic Rittenhouse Square is at the hotel’s doorstep and provides plenty of old shade trees for relaxing under, along  with carefully tended gardens, sculptures, and other works of art for enjoying. The park is surrounded by cafes, shops, and restaurants making it a place you could easily spend a sunny summer day. Events throughout the season add just another reason for visitors to add this town square to their itineraries.

The recently updated LOVE Park, with its brand new fountain, schedule of games and performances, and food truck days is another great outdoor space for Philly locals and visitors to see.

 

Boston 

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Photo credit: North Shore Kid

Boston’s Public Garden was the first public botanical garden in America, and it holds a special place in the hearts of Bostonians, who wait for spring to arrive and for the park to come to life each year. The park’s swan boats are a favorite of all ages, and Victorian flower displays, rare plants, and artfully designed walkways make the space perfect for photo opportunities.

Royal Sonesta Boston is just a beautiful walk along the Charles River and down Charles Street from the Public Garden and the perfect place to make your home while exploring Boston and Cambridge.

New Orleans 

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Photo credit: City Park

Royal Sonesta New Orleans is in the heart of the French Quarter, making it ideal for dining, music, and shopping. For those who want to enjoy lush green space and tons of outdoor activities while visiting the Big Easy, City Park is the place to be. A music train, carousel, variety of amusement park rides, a sculpture garden, and the world’s largest stand of mature live oaks are just a few reasons to visit City Park.

St. Louis 

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Photo credit: Forest Park

Readers of USA Today voted Forest Park in St. Louis the #1 city park in the United States, and it holds this honor for many good reasons. Forest Park is a calming oasis with a dual trail system that allows the park to welcome walkers and runners. It is home to 45,000 trees and five major cultural institutions: the Saint Louis Art Museum, the Saint Louis Science Center, the Missouri History Museum, The Muny and the Saint Louis Zoo.

The Chase Park Plaza Royal Sonesta St. Louis offers some of the best views of Forest Park, along with easy access to the sprawling green space.

Summer is just beginning, and with the Sonesta Summer Sale, savings on these and other favorite destinations are just a click away.

 

 

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