Four Points by Sheraton Boston Logan Airport
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General Directions to the Hotel
From Logan International Airport (East)
Follow the airport exit to Route 1A North Revere. Continue on Route 1A North for 2 miles to Route 60 West. Travel Route 60 West for 2 miles. The hotel is on your right after the Northgate Shopping Center.
Take Highway 90 East to Route 1A North. Continue on Route 1 North for 2 miles to Route 60 West. Enter the roundabout to continue on Route 60 West, and the hotel's entrance is on the right after passing Northgate Shopping Center.
Take Highway 95 North to Highway 93 North. Stay on Highway 93 North into Boston until you come to state Route 1 North (Exit 27). Continue approximately 6 miles to Route 60 East Malden / Revere. At the 1st set of lights, make a U-turn and continue 200 yards to the hotel's entrance.
From New Hampshire / Vermont (Northeast)Take Interstate 93 South to Route 128 (I-95N.). Follow Route 128 to Route 1 South for 8 miles to Route 60 Malden / Revere. Take the 3rd exit out of the rotary (traffic circle). At the 1st set of lights, make a U-turn and then make a right into the hotel parking lot.
Take Highway 95 South to State Route 1 South. Travel for approximately 8 miles until you come to State Route 60 East. Continue on State Route 60 Malden / Revere. At the 1st light, make a U-turn. Proceed 200 yards to the hotel's entrance.
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