MBTA: Newton can be accessed by three different methods of MBTA transit. The Green Line “D” Branch, a light rail that runs through the center of the city, makes frequent trips to downtown Boston. The Green Line “B” Branch ends at Boston College which is essentially on the border of the city of Newton.
The lovely city of Newton, Massachusetts, found about 11 miles west from Boston was the inspiration for the name of Fig Newton cookies. This city provides many attractions for its citizens and visitors such as Heartbreak Hill, 33-acre Crystal Lake, and Lasell College. It also contains the Newton History Museum at the Jackson Homestead which is best known for its history as a stop on the Underground Railroad. Noteworthy past citizens of Newton include actress and comedian Amy Poehler, actor and Oscar-winning screenwriter Matt Damon, and Nathaniel Hawthorne, author of The Scarlet Letter and other influential novels.
Boston Marriott Newton Hotel
Situated alongside the scenic Charles River, the Boston Marriott Newton Hotel has more than 20,000 square feet of flexible meeting space, including the 5,000 square-foot Commonwealth Ballroom and the 10,000 square-foot Grand Ballroom. The hotel's 430 newly-renovated guest rooms...
Four Points by Sheraton Boston Newton
Four Points by Sheraton Boston Newton is uniquely situated in bustling Newton Corner, less than 6 miles from downtown Boston! Spacious guestrooms with complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the property including our state-of-the-art fitness center. The perfect location for meetings and...
Riverbend Bar and Grill - Boston Marriott Newton Hotel
American cuisine with fresh seafood options, great steaks and fantastic views of the Charles River. Book a special occasion or just enjoy a night of great dining. Try the Saturday-night buffet or fill up on Sunday brunch.