How do I get to Four Seasons Hotel Boston from the local airport?

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Melanie Nayer

Whether you cab it, train it or rent a car, Four Seasons Hotel Boston is just four miles from Boston Logan International Airport. A taxi will cost about $30 for the approximately 20-minute ride, without tolls or tip. For those new to Boston, the airport fees charged by taxis may be a little shocking: An automatic $7.50 will be added to your final fare to cover airport surcharges and tolls, upping your total, with tip, to about $45 to $50.

If you’ve got time to spare, take the free airport shuttle to the airport subway stop and pay $2 for a one-way ride on the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA). The train system is simple and convenient. From the Airport stop, take the Blue line to the Government Center stop, where you’ll switch trains (free of charge) to the Green Line and take it to the Arlington Street stop. When you exit the train station, make sure to exit toward the Boston Public Garden (follow the signs) and Four Seasons Boston will be one block down on your right-hand side, off Boylston Street. You can also visit the MBTA website to download Getting Around Boston guides, or to track an upcoming train or bus. If you’re renting a car and using a navigational device, be sure to include the hotel address, 200 Boylston St., along with the zip code, 02116, as there are two Boylston Street locations in Boston.

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