Paul Revere’s famous ride put Lexington, Massachusetts, on the map as the starting point of the American Revolution in 1775. Today, the area continues to attract visitors to its wealth of historical sites and monuments commemorating revolutionary and colonial America. History aside, Lexington has its own inherent charms as a quintessential quaint New England town, surrounded by bucolic countryside dotted with greenhouses and farm stands. Yet it’s also within easy reach of the many companies and organizations headquartered in the Boston suburbs. Guests at Element Lexington will enjoy a tranquil setting equally convenient for both work and leisure travel.
For a change of pace, downtown Boston is just 20 minutes away, providing easy access to the city’s cultural, entertainment, and sporting venues. History buffs will find much of interest here as well, especially on the 2.5-mile Freedom Trail that winds through the city, highlighting its most storied sites—including Boston Common and the home of Mr. Revere himself. And of course, Boston also delivers the stimulation of a modern city, packed with arts and culture, boasting excellent dining, and home to a thriving business community.