The suburban communities of Quincy and Braintree are located about 10 miles south of downtown Boston.
Birthplace to American presidents John Adams and John Quincy Adams, the historic city of Quincy, pronounced 'quin-zee', is nicknamed the 'City of Presidents' and 'Birthplace of the American Dream'.
Historical town attractions include the Adams National Historical Park where the presidents were born and raised, the Thomas Crane Public Library, which is a national architectural landmark, the birthplace of John Hancock and the Hancock Cemetery.
Modern points of interest include Marina Bay which beside being the largest marina in the Northeast also offers outdoor and indoor waterfront dining, retail shops and views of the Boston skyline.
Hotels and motels in Quincy and Braintree offer an affordable alternative to downtown Boston accommodation while putting visitors within minutes of all that the city has to offer. All Quincy and Braintree hotels are within 15 miles of Boston Airport and offer easy access to the I-93.