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Best Fall Foliage Hotels

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Enjoy fall by looking out of your hotel window or balcony at these breathtaking views of the leaves.

Fall is a busy time of the year for New England’s tourism industry. All of the leaves on the trees are turning colors. And Oyster’s blog has picked the best hotels to see fall foliage from your hotel room. They’re all in either Manhattan or Boston, so you can supplement your fall foliage kick with some city fun.

Jumeirah Essex House in New York City

Central Park Suite

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While some rooms have a view of Central Park, others have a view of the city and there are some that have no view at all.

Hyatt Regency Cambridge in Boston

Street View

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Rooms either have a view of the Charles River, which is lined with trees, or of the city.

Taj Boston in Boston

Street View

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The hotel borders the Public Gardens, so the view can be nice, but some only have a face out into the interior courtyard

Mandarin Oriental in

New York City

The Oriental Suite

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Central Park can be viewed across Columbus Circle, but there are also rooms with a view of the Hudson River.

Trump International Hotel and Tower in New York City

The Executive Park-View Suite

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Those rooms that don’t look out onto Central Park have a view of Manhattan.

Hotel Marlowe in Boston

The Deluxe Room

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Most rooms have a view of the Charles River.

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