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EXPLORE A CITY OF TIMELESS SPLENDOR.

Marriott Vacation Club Pulse℠ at Custom House, Boston puts you in the heart of one of America’s most celebrated historic cities. The iconic Boston Custom House is itself a compelling landmark, and during your stay you’ll feel part of its history. Built in 1847, the building remains the jewel of the Boston skyline, providing an elegant glimpse into America's past. It’s the ideal central location for exploring the Cradle of Liberty. All around you, the timeless splendor and cosmopolitan charm of Boston will come alive with endless opportunities for exploration — from charming cobblestone squares and notable landmarks to sophisticated arts and entertainment.

"ALL AROUND YOU, THE TIMELESS SPLENDOR AND COSMOPOLITAN CHARM OF BOSTON WILL COME ALIVE."

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EVERYWHERE YOU TURN, THERE WILL BE MORE TO DISCOVER.

Enjoy light breakfast or a cocktail in the historic Counting Room Lounge, where the tariff revenues of the port of Boston were calculated as soldiers patrolled the gallery above. An observation deck on the 26th floor offers panoramic views of the city and harbor, while the rotunda and ground floor are adorned with masterpieces on loan from the Lannan Ship Model Gallery of Boston. Whether exploring the city or relaxing in the Counting Room Lounge, you will feel the history and thrill of being at the center of it all. Let curiosity be your guide, discovery be your agenda and Marriott Vacation Club Pulse be your host.

Marriott Vacation Club Pulse properties are available through the Marriott Vacations Club Destinations Exchange Program and Interval International as an exchange option.

Boston

EXPLORE A CITY OF TIMELESS SPLENDOR.

REQUEST INFORMATION

Marriott Vacation Club Pulse℠ at Custom House, Boston puts you in the heart of one of America’s most celebrated historic cities.

EVERYWHERE YOU TURN, THERE WILL BE MORE TO DISCOVER.

RENT NOW

Enjoy light breakfast or a cocktail in the historic Counting Room Lounge, where the tariff revenues of the port of Boston were calculated as soldiers patrolled the gallery above.

An observation deck on the 26th floor offers panoramic views of the city and harbor, while the rotunda and ground floor are adorned with masterpieces on loan from the Lannan Ship Model Gallery of Boston.

Whether exploring the city or relaxing in the Counting Room Lounge, you will feel the history and thrill of being at the center of it all. Let curiosity be your guide, discovery be your agenda and Marriott Vacation Club Pulse be your host.

Marriott Vacation Club Pulse properties are available through the Marriott Vacations Club Destinations Exchange Program and Interval International as an exchange option.

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Boston | Marriott Vacation Club PulseStay in one of Boston�s iconic historic landmarks, the Custom House and stroll along the same cobblestone streets as Paul Revere and Samuel Adams to several famous Boston locations.