Hotels Near Beantown Taqueria

4.5/5Excellent18 Reviews
0.77km from Beantown Taqueria
I enjoyed the stay for 4 nights. Its location is perfect surrounded by supermarket, restaurants and MIT Museum. Room and facilities were in good shape too
FromUS$168
4.8/5Outstanding14 Reviews
0.8km from Beantown Taqueria
Hotel location is very good, close to Harvard University, less than 10 minutes walk, there are many restaurants nearby, very convenient, the hotel's service is not bad. The only dissatisfaction is that the room is too small and the bed is small, only Full Size.
FromUS$190
4.2/5Very Good19 Reviews
0.82km from Beantown Taqueria
The hotel has a clean environment and convenient parking. There is a supermarket behind and friendly staff. The surrounding environment is beautiful and close to the tributary "river" formed by the Atlantic Ocean, and it is also close to various famous schools.
FromUS$120
4.4/5Excellent58 Reviews
0.92km from Beantown Taqueria
When I started there the staff was very nice and very accommodating. They check in on me everyday and had me on a to floor, which the view was worth it.
FromUS$141
4.3/5Excellent63 Reviews
1.27km from Beantown Taqueria
Located 2 miles from Harvard Square, this Cambridge, MA hotel features on-site dining and an indoor lap pool. Boston city centre is 3 miles away.A flat-screen cable TV, iPod dock, coffee maker, and free toiletries are included in the rooms at the Hyatt Regency Cambridge. The rooms also include a sofa and desk.This Hyatt Regency features concierge service and 24-hour front desk assistance. The hotel also has on-site fitness and business centres.Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served at Zephyr on the Charles restaurant, which overlooks the Charles River.Massachusetts Institute of Technology is less than a mile from the hotel. Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox baseball team, is 7 minutes’ drive.
FromUS$190
4.6/5Outstanding18 Reviews
1.41km from Beantown Taqueria
The most expensive hotel on the East Coast trip, but also the best hotel! ! ! 1. The hotel has budget rental car return points, wow, a pleasant surprise. 2. The service is particularly praised👍. Because children need to use a refrigerator, but the refrigerator in the room is full of drinks for sale, and told the front desk to ask them to help empty the refrigerator. As a result, I pushed me a mobile refrigerator, which was oversized and caring. 3. Newspapers and bills are given to the room every day, clearly. 4. The bathroom mirror can watch TV, which is magical😄 If you go to Boston again in this life, you will definitely stay in this hotel with a long history of culture.
FromUS$401
4.8/5Outstanding50 Reviews
1.7km from Beantown Taqueria
Situated in central Cambridge, this hotel is within a few minutes’ walk of MIT, Harvard and Downtown Boston. It features an indoor pool and free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel.All guest accommodations at Residence Inn Boston Cambridge feature a fully equipped kitchen. The rooms are all equipped with a double sofa bed and a flat-screen satellite TV.A hot breakfast is served each morning in the hotel’s restaurant, while a reception is provided in the evenings. There are numerous cafés and restaurants within short walking distance of the hotel.Guests can make use of the indoor pool, or enjoy the fitness centre and hot tub. The museums and attractions of Downtown Boston are just 1 mile from the hotel.Residence Inn benefits from excellent transport links, with Kendall/MIT T-line station just 100 metres away. It is 5 miles to Logan International Airport.
FromUS$152
4.3/5Excellent29 Reviews
1.74km from Beantown Taqueria
Stayed here for 2 nights during August 2020. Communicated via app text , hoping to reserve a top floor. Quick and receptive response, indicating that the room I booked unfortunately had no top floor level. But was very grateful when I checked in my app indicated I had been moved to club level!) The hotel is right at the middle of a large T-street, across from large park. There's a small parking lot(fits about 20 cars). During this time, it was unmonitored but I'm sure they check plates. I still stopped by reception, and the gentleman that was there was very courteous and even gave us an alcohol wipes pad. I have him my car description. Parking is not free.($20 a night I believe) Do not park at the street as all are permit parking - except Sunday. The hotel is quite a walking distance to main Harvard Square - a brisk 15-20 min walk across the large park. The neighborhood is very quiet and peaceful. There is a small children's park right across that has very nice swings and play area. The hotel also includes Nubar - a highly rated restaurant but never got to try. At the time, they occupied the outside area of the main entrance where you walked in to check in the hotel. The lobby is massive, with the counters in the middle. There are four sets of elevators one for each "wing" of the building. These elevators are one of the smallest elevators you have ever seen! Fits only about 4. Renovated steel elevator with a splash of 1920s feel like the hotel. The club level essentially has a lounge area but it was not open at the time. We were situated at a peaceful corner by the stairs. You can tell they can never truly remove the original architecture but they tried really hard. The hallways are beautifully carpeted and lighted with vintage lamps. Waiting area by the elevator had the roaring 20s feel. As you walk into the room, you can tell they have to put a lot of piping/cables in the ceiling as the the ceiling is lowered to about 7 feet high. Nicely carpeted and very clean - you can walk barefoot. They outfitted the doors so you can unlock with your phone and the room felt solid and soundproof. Brownish wallpaper was used but there were 4 nice big windows all around. The curtains were a treat, a "rolling" pull curtain that was not cheap to install. The windows were its original windows and sealed. The bathroom was quite small, while the tub was raised quite high. A fixed shower spray was installed - that was very refreshing. Water pressure was great. The toilet looked very old and flush was relatively weak. The products were Neutrogena , I believe. Simple but effective. There was a rack with towels and by the sink was a nicely installed lighted glass mirror that matches some areas of the hotel. The vent fan was a little noisy when turned on . There were some hang towels that hanged under the sink. Hair dryer was included and there were 2 sets of hooks - good enough to hang used towels and clothes. I loved how they retained the 1940s type
FromUS$187
4.9/5Perfect16 Reviews
1.78km from Beantown Taqueria
I have never posted a review of a hotel here before but the Kendall Hotel is truly a hidden gem that deserves to be brought to the attention of discerning travelers who looking for a very special experience in a boutique hotel. It has much going for it that it's hard to know where to begin. I stayed there last weekend and had such an amazing experience that I never want to stay anywhere else in Cambridge/Boston. First of all, the location could not be better. The hotel is exquisitely designed and decorated in a country-style New England motif and lots of vintage items related to the building's origin as a fire station. The location could not be better. The hotel is in Kendall Square, on the edge of the MIT campus, within steps of the "tube" (Boston lingo for subway), one stop away from Harvard Square and one stop away from the most charming part of Boston (Beacon Hill, on the edge of Boston Garden). There are plenty of restaurants and bars within easy walking distance, as well as hipster cafes, a gourmet grocery store, liquor stores, delis, etc. When you check into the Kendall, you are treated like family. You are invited to a daily wine tasting and offered a complimentary pass to the Cambridge Athletic Club, also within walking distance. Parking is right beneath the building and accessible by elevator. You can park yourself and come and go as you wish. Kendall Square is not noisy but is bustling in just the right way with interesting cultural activity: the LIst Visual Art Center at MIT, the Media Lab, bookstores, etc. Within a few blocks of the Charles River, there are many options for jogging, walking, sunbathing (in warmer weather), skateboarding, or relaxing along the river. The hotel is perfect for a romantic getaway as well as a business trip. It has a penthouse business center which feels like a private living room and a wonderful complimentary breakfast to start the day. I really can't imagine anything that could be improved. Brenda, the manager, is a gracious host who knows what it means to make guests feel welcome. Brenda, the manager, is a gracious host who knows what it means to make guests feel welcome.
FromUS$157
4.5/5Excellent17 Reviews
1.87km from Beantown Taqueria
Very satisfied????. 1 / I arrived at the hotel at nine in the morning. I asked the handsome guy the day before yesterday if he could stay, and reported the name of the reservation. He said that we were staying without a word. 2 / You can see the hotel out of the Kendall subway exit. In fact, the hotel is directly above the subway exit. 3 / There is a large bed in the room, the sofa is opened as a sofa bed, enough to sleep one person, the three of us sleep well ????. 4 / The hotel is in MIT. You can walk directly to Harvard along Broadway Avenue in front of the hotel. We walked for about 30 minutes and walked around. It ’s good ???? , Convenient transportation, Boston is not large, and it is not far away.
FromUS$160
4.2/5Very Good14 Reviews
2.11km from Beantown Taqueria
The hotel does not include breakfast, but offers muffins, coffee and fruits to eat in the room, and of course you can eat it for a paid breakfast. The hotel is in a good location in Boston, very close to the city center, near Harvard and MIT, but there is no parking lot, waiting for guest parking, parking is more expensive, $ 58 a day, but all other hotels in the city have parking fees It's almost the same.
FromUS$240
3.7/522 Reviews
2.15km from Beantown Taqueria
The Farrington is an ultra budget hotel alternative, located just off Commonwealth Avenue near Boston University and Harvard. The Packards Corner T metro stop is 9 minutes' walk from the property.The Inn has rooms with kitchenettes for budget-minded travellers who don't mind rooms with shared bathrooms.The New England Aquarium is 9.6 km away.
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Hotels Near Beantown Taqueria In Cambridge Review

4.8/516 Reviews
Excellent hotel would recommend
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FromUS$144
4.9/516 Reviews
I have never posted a review of a hotel here before but the Kendall Hotel is truly a hidden gem that deserves to be brought to the attention of discerning travelers who looking for a very special experience in a boutique hotel. It has much going for it that it's hard to know where to begin. I stayed there last weekend and had such an amazing experience that I never want to stay anywhere else in Cambridge/Boston. First of all, the location could not be better. The hotel is exquisitely designed and decorated in a country-style New England motif and lots of vintage items related to the building's origin as a fire station. The location could not be better. The hotel is in Kendall Square, on the edge of the MIT campus, within steps of the "tube" (Boston lingo for subway), one stop away from Harvard Square and one stop away from the most charming part of Boston (Beacon Hill, on the edge of Boston Garden). There are plenty of restaurants and bars within easy walking distance, as well as hipster cafes, a gourmet grocery store, liquor stores, delis, etc. When you check into the Kendall, you are treated like family. You are invited to a daily wine tasting and offered a complimentary pass to the Cambridge Athletic Club, also within walking distance. Parking is right beneath the building and accessible by elevator. You can park yourself and come and go as you wish. Kendall Square is not noisy but is bustling in just the right way with interesting cultural activity: the LIst Visual Art Center at MIT, the Media Lab, bookstores, etc. Within a few blocks of the Charles River, there are many options for jogging, walking, sunbathing (in warmer weather), skateboarding, or relaxing along the river. The hotel is perfect for a romantic getaway as well as a business trip. It has a penthouse business center which feels like a private living room and a wonderful complimentary breakfast to start the day. I really can't imagine anything that could be improved. Brenda, the manager, is a gracious host who knows what it means to make guests feel welcome. Brenda, the manager, is a gracious host who knows what it means to make guests feel welcome.
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FromUS$157
4.5/517 Reviews
Very satisfied????. 1 / I arrived at the hotel at nine in the morning. I asked the handsome guy the day before yesterday if he could stay, and reported the name of the reservation. He said that we were staying without a word. 2 / You can see the hotel out of the Kendall subway exit. In fact, the hotel is directly above the subway exit. 3 / There is a large bed in the room, the sofa is opened as a sofa bed, enough to sleep one person, the three of us sleep well ????. 4 / The hotel is in MIT. You can walk directly to Harvard along Broadway Avenue in front of the hotel. We walked for about 30 minutes and walked around. It ’s good ???? , Convenient transportation, Boston is not large, and it is not far away.
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FromUS$160
4.2/519 Reviews
The hotel has a clean environment and convenient parking. There is a supermarket behind and friendly staff. The surrounding environment is beautiful and close to the tributary "river" formed by the Atlantic Ocean, and it is also close to various famous schools.
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FromUS$120
4.9/517 Reviews
Sent the baby to explore school in Massachusetts, not far from Harvard and MIT, the surrounding environment is very good, the service facilities are also good, and the price is fair in Boston, a generally more expensive place.
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FromUS$135
4.3/529 Reviews
Stayed here for 2 nights during August 2020. Communicated via app text , hoping to reserve a top floor. Quick and receptive response, indicating that the room I booked unfortunately had no top floor level. But was very grateful when I checked in my app indicated I had been moved to club level!) The hotel is right at the middle of a large T-street, across from large park. There's a small parking lot(fits about 20 cars). During this time, it was unmonitored but I'm sure they check plates. I still stopped by reception, and the gentleman that was there was very courteous and even gave us an alcohol wipes pad. I have him my car description. Parking is not free.($20 a night I believe) Do not park at the street as all are permit parking - except Sunday. The hotel is quite a walking distance to main Harvard Square - a brisk 15-20 min walk across the large park. The neighborhood is very quiet and peaceful. There is a small children's park right across that has very nice swings and play area. The hotel also includes Nubar - a highly rated restaurant but never got to try. At the time, they occupied the outside area of the main entrance where you walked in to check in the hotel. The lobby is massive, with the counters in the middle. There are four sets of elevators one for each "wing" of the building. These elevators are one of the smallest elevators you have ever seen! Fits only about 4. Renovated steel elevator with a splash of 1920s feel like the hotel. The club level essentially has a lounge area but it was not open at the time. We were situated at a peaceful corner by the stairs. You can tell they can never truly remove the original architecture but they tried really hard. The hallways are beautifully carpeted and lighted with vintage lamps. Waiting area by the elevator had the roaring 20s feel. As you walk into the room, you can tell they have to put a lot of piping/cables in the ceiling as the the ceiling is lowered to about 7 feet high. Nicely carpeted and very clean - you can walk barefoot. They outfitted the doors so you can unlock with your phone and the room felt solid and soundproof. Brownish wallpaper was used but there were 4 nice big windows all around. The curtains were a treat, a "rolling" pull curtain that was not cheap to install. The windows were its original windows and sealed. The bathroom was quite small, while the tub was raised quite high. A fixed shower spray was installed - that was very refreshing. Water pressure was great. The toilet looked very old and flush was relatively weak. The products were Neutrogena , I believe. Simple but effective. There was a rack with towels and by the sink was a nicely installed lighted glass mirror that matches some areas of the hotel. The vent fan was a little noisy when turned on . There were some hang towels that hanged under the sink. Hair dryer was included and there were 2 sets of hooks - good enough to hang used towels and clothes. I loved how they retained the 1940s type
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FromUS$187
4.5/512 Reviews
A famous place opened by a Chinese couple. The room I live in is a basement and the bathroom is shared. There was a little smell in the room that day, but it was ok. There are Chinese fast food restaurants in the surrounding area and a big supermarket. The room is equipped with a kitchen.
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FromUS$99
4.8/514 Reviews
Hotel location is very good, close to Harvard University, less than 10 minutes walk, there are many restaurants nearby, very convenient, the hotel's service is not bad. The only dissatisfaction is that the room is too small and the bed is small, only Full Size.
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FromUS$190
4.6/525 Reviews
Stayed three nights in this newly-renovated hotel and had an excellent time. The attractive interior decor is a minimalistic rustic take on post-industrial design, with lots of exposed wood, brick, and other natural materials, all in neutral tones, lending a peaceful, restful ambiance to the lobby as well as to the individual rooms. The front desk and housekeeping staffs are outstanding. The level of cleanliness is awesome, likely the best I have ever seen in any hotel anywhere. The place has only been open since May, and they are still experimenting with furnishings, I was told, but my room was very comfortable and had everything I needed for my stay. It's in a great location, with easy access to the T and trolley lines. Lyft and Uber are readily available, too. For those who drive, there is also valet parking. I'd gladly stay here again. Recommended.
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FromUS$162
4.6/517 Reviews
The hotel is a standard four-star hotel. The rooms are all good and comfortable. But the room on the street is still very noisy. There are always roaring cars. The location of the hotel cannot be said to be very good. After all, it has to cross the bridge. Very tired, but the hotel price should be high in Boston, it is worth staying again. Another surprise is that the hotel waiter does not seem to accept tips, and the two dollars left in the room every day are not taken.
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FromUS$158
4.6/518 Reviews
The most expensive hotel on the East Coast trip, but also the best hotel! ! ! 1. The hotel has budget rental car return points, wow, a pleasant surprise. 2. The service is particularly praised👍. Because children need to use a refrigerator, but the refrigerator in the room is full of drinks for sale, and told the front desk to ask them to help empty the refrigerator. As a result, I pushed me a mobile refrigerator, which was oversized and caring. 3. Newspapers and bills are given to the room every day, clearly. 4. The bathroom mirror can watch TV, which is magical😄 If you go to Boston again in this life, you will definitely stay in this hotel with a long history of culture.
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FromUS$401
4.6/511 Reviews
Very clean room good price
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FromUS$128
4.5/518 Reviews
I enjoyed the stay for 4 nights. Its location is perfect surrounded by supermarket, restaurants and MIT Museum. Room and facilities were in good shape too
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FromUS$168