Hotels in Boston
Place to Stay in Cape Cod
Massachusetts Lodging Association Where to Stay in New EnglandProducts and Services guide
About UsMembers-Only NewsEducationGovernment AffairsMarketingEventsNews
Art Canter
Accommodations in Boston
Mass Lodging
Massachusetts Lodging Hotel Deals in Boston
 
Search by Availability
to
Or try an Advanced Search

Search by Type, Location or Amenity


Business Travel in Boston and New England
Select one or more menu options, or
enter any word or phrase, then click GO.
View Map to Search for Hotels, B&Bs, Inns and Motels
 
   
Resort, Inns, B&Bs in New England Motels in New England
Products and Services Guide
Hotel Discounts in Boston
 
Enter any word or phrase, then click GO.
(Ex: company name, product, location.)
View Alphabetical List of All Companies
Accommodations in Boston Inns in New England
Boston Hotels
MLA Member Profile of the Month: Norman MacLeod
A hotelier for over 35 years, MacLeod has served in most hotel operational positions, including General Manager, of some of America's most prestigious hotels... MacLeod's many years of experience and his passion for boutique properties has allowed him to create a unique niche in the industry. Read More



  • Proven money-saving programs
  • Innovative marketing opportunities
  • Exclusive educational programs
  • The power of over 600 properties and industry suppliers working on your behalf
Call 617-720-1776 today and ask about our membership internet special!
Join the Massachusetts Lodging Association
Prostitution, Hotels and Human Trafficking
Anyone who works in any hotel, from a roadside motel to a Five-Diamond Luxury Hotel, knows that every hotel has prostitutes that rent rooms and setup business within their walls. If you are a hotel manager, and your immediate reaction to this statement is, "Not in my hotel." You are sadly mistaken.
Guest Room Privacy and the Fourth Amendment
Hotels are faced with a delicate balancing act when it comes to maintaining guest privacy. Hotel staff must comply with police investigations when noncompliance would constitute obstruction of justice. At the same time, hotel employees must recognize their guests’ Fourth Amendment right to be protected from unreasonable searches and seizures.
Massachusetts Hotels
Central Mass