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The DoubleTree by Hilton Boston-Milford hotel is conveniently located near exit 19 off Interstate 495. This places you in the perfect location to travel to Boston, Providence, or Worcester.
Explore the many things to do in Milford, Massachusetts, including a visit to Southwicks Zoo in Mendon, featuring wildlife exhibits, rides and other activities. Catch a New England Patriots or New England Revolutions home game at Gillette Stadium.
Adjacent to Gillette Stadium is Patriot Place, a shopping, entertainment, and dining district spanning 1.3 million square feet. Look for bargains at Wrentham Village Premium Outlets, with over 170 stores.
Stop by the front desk for tips and recommendations for making the most of your stay at the DoubleTree by Hilton Boston-Milford hotel.
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A Live Nation-owned outdoor amphitheater located in Mansfield, Massachusetts, 30 miles south of Boston.
Lake Pearl is located just 15 minutes from the Doubletree Hotel is a great place to enjoy a summer day.
Mac Med Spa is a full-service salon and spa, located in Milford, Massachusetts.
Mac Med Spa
A shopping Adjacent to Gillette Stadium, Patriot Place features shopping, dining, and entertainment.
Southwicks Zoo is a 300-acre privately owned and operated zoological park located in Mendon, Massachusetts.
The world's finest shopping with over 170 outlet stores.
Wrentham Village Premium Outlets
Gillette Stadium is the home field of the New England Patriots, New England Revolution and also the host of many events.
Dean College is a private college located in Franklin, Massachusetts. The college offers many affordable productions.
The Worcester Art Museum, also known as WAM, houses over 35,000 works of art dating from antiquity to the present day.
Worcester Art Museum