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Five Reasons To Visit Boston For Spring Break

March 8, 2014 6:00 AM

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(Photo from Tequila Rain/Facebook)

(Photo from Tequila Rain/Facebook)

Spring break is a time to let loose and unwind. A night of dancing, a luxury hotel, a delicious breakfast and a garden stroll will leave you refreshed and recharged. No need to head south for this excitement as Boston offers it all. Check out these Boston hot spots during your spring break.
(Photo from Tequila Rain/Facebook)

(Photo from Tequila Rain/Facebook)

Tequila Rain
3 Lansdowne St.
Boston, MA 02215
(617) 437-0300
www.tequilarainboston.com

Tequila Rain brings spring break to Boston all year long. Listen to rock, hip hop and top 40 hits while dancing the night away. Later on, relax in the Taboo Lounge at one of the high-top tables, get cozy on one of the overstuffed couches or play a game of pool with friends. For a more intimate time, reserve the entire room for a private party with choice of catered buffet. Be sure to dress to impress as after 8 p.m. a dress code is enforced.

(Photo credit: Blunch)

(Photo credit: Blunch)

Blunch
59 E. Springfield St.
Boston, MA 02118
(617) 247-8100
www.eatblunch.com

After a night on the town, Blunch is the place to go for a freshly made breakfast or lunch treat. Head in early for an egg sandwich, bagelwich or muffin, or stop in at lunchtime for a unique sandwich, salad or homemade soup. Gluten free bread is available for all sandwiches. Don’t forget to finish up with some sweets for dessert. Take some oatmeal bites or bread pudding to go.

(Photo from Friends of Public Garden)

(Photo from Friends of Public Garden)

Public Garden
69 Beacon St.
Boston, MA 02108
(617) 723-8127
www.friendsofthepublicgarden.org

The spring is the best time to take a stroll through the Public Garden and appreciate all that nature has to offer. Being the first American public botanical garden, its statuary, plantings and form remind you of its Victorian heritage. The extravagant flower beds and foliage masses create elaborate patterns, while the over 600 trees form a natural sanctuary. The memorials and sculptures bring a unique charm to the space that ties everything together.

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(Photo Credit: Charlesmark Hotel/Facebook)

(Photo Credit: Charlesmark Hotel/Facebook)

Charlesmark Hotel & Lounge
655 Boylston St.
Boston, MA 02116
(617) 247-1212
www.charlesmarkhotel.com

This boutique hotel features 40 guest rooms that are the ultimate in comfort and luxury. The European lighting, Italian tile and custom furniture provide a modern yet intimate ambiance. Enjoy an evening of fun without even leaving the premises by heading down to the stylish Charlesmark Lounge. Dine on authentic Thai cuisine or sip a cocktail with friends at the bar. Try one of the signature drinks like the Dancing Bear Martini which is garnished with gummy bears to keep things light and fun. If the weather is right, grab a seat on the patio and enjoy the fresh air.

Photo Credit: Guilt

Photo Credit: Guilt

Guilt
Marriott Courtyard Boston
275 Tremont St.
Boston, MA 02116
(857) 233-3283
www.guiltboston.com

Guilt offers over 5,000 square feet of sultry old Hollywood decor in dark maroons and hints of gold. Grab a drink at one of the multiple bars and dance the night away under state-of-the-art lighting and sound. Upgrade your night by getting on the guest list or reserving one of the VIP booths, which includes line privileges, complimentary mixers and VIP hostess. If you need more than a booth, schedule a private function for you and all of your friends.

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Kim Vareika is the owner of Vareika Personal Training and Yoga in Plainville. She has been in the fitness industry for over ten years, and believes that wellness is about more than just physical health. When she is not teaching, practicing, or writing, she resides in Bridgewater where she enjoys spending time with family, friends, and her nephew Caesar. Her work can be found at Examiner.com.

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