Hotels Near Cartier

4.4/5Excellent123 Reviews
0.77km from Cartier
The location of the hotel is excellent. You don’t have to go out for shopping. It’s a good choice in cold winter. There is a large supermarket across the road from the hotel. You can order food in the room. The food is also good. , Not too far from the attraction, the only thing that I feel is a little soundproofing, the bedding is also comfortable, the wash basin’s hot and cold water is a little bit finer, the view is also good, the service is good, staying for five consecutive days, a good experience .
FromUS$260
4.3/5Excellent65 Reviews
0.63km from Cartier
Situated in Boston’s Back Bay 600 metres from Copley Place Mall and Newbury Street, this hotel offers free WiFi, hot breakfast and a fitness center. Guest rooms at Courtyard Boston feature satellite TV and a work desk with a free high-speed, wired internet connection. Each has a marble bathroom. There is an on-site breakfast restaurant and a 24-hour Market Café offering light meals and beverages. Many area restaurants are within a 10 metre radius of Courtyard Boston Copley Square. Guests can enjoy the #HoppyHour offerings every evening. Fenway Park and the TD Garden sports arena are 1.6 km of Courtyard Boston Copley Square. The Charles River and historic Boston Common is 3 km away while Boston's Logan International Airport is 10 km from the property.
FromUS$251
4.4/5Excellent76 Reviews
0.51km from Cartier
well! fully equipped! Downtown, easy access to various attractions, shopping malls, supermarkets nearby, life is very convenient! The public library is right next to it! My room is facing the East, and I can enjoy the sunrise in Boston from my bed!
FromUS$237
4.9/5Perfect69 Reviews
0.62km from Cartier
Very classic style hotel, I like it very much. The front desk was very warm and gave a gift to the children. The hotel has a restaurant that tastes great, but we went to a nearby high-rated restaurant to eat lobster.
FromUS$322
4.9/5Perfect40 Reviews
0.96km from Cartier
Hotel location is very good, go out is the subway green line, surrounded by CVS pharmacies, large supermarkets, shopping centers, eating is also very convenient. The room decoration is very new, the space is not very big, but it is quite comfortable. The front desk is very welcoming and can help with change. The hotel deposit is $100, and the deposit is processed faster after check out. From the hotel to the airport, you can make an airport bus, about 10 minutes walk from the hotel, 3 dollars a person (need to swipe, do not accept cash).
FromUS$305
5/5Perfect68 Reviews
0.8km from Cartier
The hotel with low price/performance ratio may have poor lighting due to the small floor of the hotel itself. Maybe because there is a room that looks like a tall building, so there is no sunshine.
FromUS$795
4.3/5Excellent44 Reviews
0.51km from Cartier
Property Location With a stay at Charlesmark Hotel in Boston (Back Bay), you'll be minutes from Boston Public Library and Copley Place. This family-friendly hotel is close to Hynes Convention Center and Boston Public Garden. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 40 air-conditioned rooms featuring DVD players. Cable television is provided for your entertainment. Private bathrooms have
FromUS$195
4.3/5Excellent52 Reviews
0.42km from Cartier
Hotel location is great! Close to the Back Bay station transportation hub, the famous attractions Boston Public Library, Trinity Hall, copley square. The Freedom Trail, Boston public garden, and Boston Common are all within walking distance. The hotel itself is rich in history and was built in 1912, blending in with the surrounding historic sights. Shopping and dining are also very convenient, and across the road is the large shopping center copley place. This area is over the river is MIT, it is very convenient to take a taxi from the hotel to MIT, Boston University and Harvard. By the way, there are free buses at the airport, but if you don’t just touch them, you are not recommended to take them. The logo is hard to find. I just happened to be in the airport hall, and when I got off the bus, I stopped at the hotel and it was a surprise. In short, very recommended hotel.
FromUS$409
4.5/5Excellent65 Reviews
0.88km from Cartier
This hotel was lovely! We have stayed at many hotels in Boston and it is always overpriced. This hotel was reasonably priced (for Boston) and was in a beautiful location right on Newbury St among all the shops and a block away from Copley square. It was also very close to the T allowing for quick travel to various locations. The king room with bay window was spacious and clean. The view onto Newbury made you feel like you lived in Boston. Also, there were some tasty cookies in the lobby. We would definitely stay here again.
FromUS$289
4.8/5Outstanding66 Reviews
1.15km from Cartier
I have stayed at many Four Seasons properties. If I quit my day job, I would probably become a luxury travel blogger/consultant specializing in Four Seasons. I now compare and contrast my two stays at the Four Seasons Hotel Boston and the Four Seasons Hotel One Dalton Street, Boston: OVERALL IMPRESSIONS: FS Boston: 5 out of 5. Classic, elegant Boston hotel, recently renovated, with typical amazing Four Seasons service and a more understated, old-money clientele. FS One Dalton: 4 out of 5. Brand new ultra-skinny skyscraper with very trendy/youthful vibes, tons of tech in the rooms, and an ostentatious "see and be seen" nouveau riche clientele. Many great staff, but some serious service problems too. SERVICE: FS Boston: 5 out of 5. The service at FS Boston was UNIFORMLY excellent and up to the very high Four Seasons "Golden Rule" standards. FS One Dalton: 3 out of 5. The service at One Dalton was 90% excellent and up to Four Seasons standards, and 10% awful. I would like to start with HUGE KUDOS to the following staff, all of whom were SUPERB: 1. Sean, front desk manager 2. Meghan, front desk 3. Louis, in-room dining 4. Housekeeping team 5. Pool attendant team 6. Bellmen, valets, and doormen 7. Servers & bartender at Trifecta 3/26/22 8. In-room dining team However, there were two staff members who did not meet -- or even come close to -- Four Seasons level service standards. Rest assured that I have sent an email to the GM at One Dalton privately detailing their transgressions.
FromUS$810
4.6/5Outstanding155 Reviews
1.15km from Cartier
Location is excellent. Everything is so accesible. The room is just generous.
FromUS$246
4.5/5Excellent41 Reviews
1.18km from Cartier
The male staff in the evening shift is very friendly, very patient, always smiling, and the service is very good! It rained outside and I also borrowed an umbrella for me. The room was great, my room was on the top floor, there was a balcony in the room and the bed was very comfortable! The location is very good, just in the city center, to various attractions, shopping and shopping, the surrounding restaurants are very convenient, it should be the best hotel I have ever stayed on this trip! If you have the chance to go to Berlin again, you have to choose this hotel!
FromUS$253

Hotels Near Cartier In Boston Review

4.2/527 Reviews
The location of the hotel is excellent. It takes only a few minutes to walk to Back Bay and 10 minutes to Central Park. It takes less than half an hour to walk to the Charles River to cross the bridge and to MIT on the opposite bank of Cambridge, and it takes more than ten minutes to walk to Chinatown. Half an hour walk to the Museum of Fine Arts, Northeastern University, Quincy Market is also half an hour away. Anyway, you can walk anywhere you choose to live here. The downstairs of the hotel is a good western food. When you go out, turn right, walk a little and then turn left. There are very good pizza restaurants and many very good western restaurants. Diagonally opposite the hotel entrance is 7-11. I stayed once 5 years ago and I missed this location. This time I was renovated and the hardware and software have been greatly improved, especially the public bathroom, which is very clean and also Enough, there is no queuing situation again. The room is relatively small, and the location is too good to have too much luxury. In short, it is better than expected. This price should be very cost-effective in the center of Boston.
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FromUS$186
4.3/584 Reviews
Boston City Center
This was my second stay at this hotel. It always amazes me how magnificent (large) it is. It is really conveniently located. Very centrally located in between very touristy streets of Boylston and Park Plaza and walking distance to CBD area, while tucked away in a relatively quiet street one block away. I did not use the facilities other than the bar and coffee shop, which were great. The room I stayed in this time, a king size bed, was a bit small; the bottom of the bed was too squished close to the TV and wall. It should be okay for one person, but it would have been a bit difficult for two people. The air con was cranked to high and I couldn't find room temp controller. It was a hot summer stay and I did not mind it too much, except for one day when I stayed in my room to do a bit of work.
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FromUS$232
4.8/568 Reviews
Boston City Center
I had a great experience, the staff was helpful and kind as I was new to the city and the were very helpful in answering questions I had about the area. My room was spotless and very comfortable. The location was Inna great spot so it was easy to get around by walking.
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FromUS$309
4.5/565 Reviews
This hotel was lovely! We have stayed at many hotels in Boston and it is always overpriced. This hotel was reasonably priced (for Boston) and was in a beautiful location right on Newbury St among all the shops and a block away from Copley square. It was also very close to the T allowing for quick travel to various locations. The king room with bay window was spacious and clean. The view onto Newbury made you feel like you lived in Boston. Also, there were some tasty cookies in the lobby. We would definitely stay here again.
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FromUS$289
4.3/567 Reviews
Boston City Center
When we arrived we were told that we were getting a complimentary upgrade to a suite in their building 5. The suite's common area was disgusting. The walls had all types of dirt and marks, water damage, and mold. The wall paper was pulling from the wall. The desk was chipped. The lamp shade was molded and they just turned it around. The room did not have a refrigerator; so although they provided complimentary water, it was room temperature. The manager, Mike, said they checked the room before our check in and he thought it was fine. They gave us complimentary sparkling water and discounted the rate, but I must say it put a real damper on our anniversary trip. There was also an old moldy smell in the hallway. It is time for an upgrade, especially considering the rates that they charge.
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FromUS$269
4.9/569 Reviews
Very classic style hotel, I like it very much. The front desk was very warm and gave a gift to the children. The hotel has a restaurant that tastes great, but we went to a nearby high-rated restaurant to eat lobster.
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FromUS$322
4.3/570 Reviews
Boston City Center
The room is small, the environment is quiet and there is no breakfast around. But it is very close to the subway station and close to the road to freedom. Generally recommended, it is relatively safe. It is also very close to the train station.
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FromUS$227
4.6/564 Reviews
Boston City Center
The hotel restaurant is convenient and convenient. The staff were friendly. Location is good. The room I stayed in was wonderful.
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FromUS$630
4.8/574 Reviews
Breakfast is ok, but the variety is relatively small, no vegetables. The hotel is only a few kilometers from Boston Airport and has a free shuttle bus. Staying here, traveling to downtown Boston, it is not very convenient to take public transportation. You need to take the hotel bus to the airport and transfer to the subway there. It is convenient to choose to take a taxi or a water taxi, but the price will be more expensive. If you carry a lot of luggage and have plenty of time, it is recommended to stay in the same brand of hotels in the city. The price is much lower, and the dining and sightseeing will be more exciting.
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FromUS$259
5/570 Reviews
Boston City Center
Very good stay, great environment has been booking a room in Ctrip, customer service is also very patient, even if the problem can be solved, has been very satisfied, thanks to Ctrip
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FromUS$570
3.8/568 Reviews
The surrounding environment, room facilities, and sanitary conditions of the hotel are good. The attitude of the service staff is very good and very enthusiastic. I will consider living here next time I come to Boston;
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FromUS$249
4.7/536 Reviews
The hotel is very new with modern decoration and advanced facilities. Because of the epidemic, breakfast was packed downstairs. There is a supermarket opposite the hotel, you can buy food back to the hotel to cook, which is very convenient. The location of the hotel is slightly off, you can call Uber to Backbay for about 10 minutes.
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FromUS$249
4.6/548 Reviews
Parking is free, standard American hotel, big bed, but the shower is small, the bath is uncomfortable, breakfast is standard American breakfast, coffee, milk, tea, banana apple, cheese, boiled egg, quiche, sausage, tube No matter how good, this price is a good price in the case of high housing prices in Boston, can not be too much luxury, if the gap is large according to domestic standards, there are train tracks on the side, quiet at night, but there will be many after 8 o'clock in the morning Shuttle bus, love to sleep late will have an impact, go out and turn 500 meters to have a gas station and 7-11 convenience store, there are subway and some fast food restaurants around the hotel, suitable for self-driving tour, but the hotel has free airport shuttle service, it is convenient. The Boston subway is convenient, but it is broken and slow. People need to be comfortable at the same time to see the scenery or use uber to take a taxi. 20 to the downtown Quincy market. It is almost the same price at the airport. The tourist attractions are very concentrated. Finished, the long dock is also on the side, it is recommended to go out to see the whales, a wonderful experience! The hotel does not have slippers and toothbrushes, you need to bring your own, most American hotels now need to bring their own. The parking fee in the city center is scary, and 40 knives are capped in two hours.
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FromUS$160
3.1/571 Reviews
Boston City Center
This hotel is good in all aspects, the front desk service is good, we have a few friends staying together, it feels like this, the room and other facilities are OK, it is very convenient to drive from the airport and follow the navigation.
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FromUS$368
4.6/570 Reviews
Boston City Center
The hotel is owned by Marriott, and the opposite is W, so the location and overall environment are very good, and the price/performance ratio is super high. It can be seen that Moxy is a hotel built by Marriott for young people. It is highly recommended for those who do not require high facilities and room sizes and who have limited budgets.
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FromUS$228
4.7/565 Reviews
Boston City Center
Two beds in the room, three adults, one child, the hotel service, very good, the father’s waist is not good, the hotel added a piece of wood, and the position on Simmons is very good. It’s a minute to walk from the subway station. It’s just a ten minute walk from the Chinatown Park. The only downside may be that there is no self service laundry.
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FromUS$530
4.4/566 Reviews
Boston City Center
The hotel is near Chinatown. After drinking the Le Real Estate, it is not far to the Quincy Market. I haven't lived in a youth hostel for too long. During this business trip, there were no suitable hotels around. I didn't want to live too far, so I set a bed for 6 people. The rooms are comfortable and welcoming. The bathroom is at the door of the room. It is spacious and sanitary for one person, and also has privacy. The restaurant is well-equipped, you can make your own food in the evening, and there are many foods shared by people. Breakfast is free, except for meat and eggs, which can basically meet the needs of breakfast.
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FromUS$221
4.9/571 Reviews
Boston City Center
The hotel is very good. There is a wholefoods behind the hotel. It is very convenient. The hotel is close to the td arena for ten minutes. It is a little problem when booking the hotel. Because the platform mistakes the tax, the charge is higher at the beginning than the time. After communication, the customer service quickly refunded the extra money.
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FromUS$233
4.3/554 Reviews
Boston City Center
The interior feels better than W. The space is bigger. There is a terrace. It can be breathable at night. The view of the street is very good. It is very close to ct. It’s about five or six minutes. There is a bathtub. The TV is bigger than the W. The service is very fast. There is a beverage machine at the end of the corridor.
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FromUS$314
2.2/528 Reviews
Boston City Center
The location is convenient, the rooms are large, clean and comfortable, I like the kitchen and the bar~
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FromUS$337
3.4/543 Reviews
Boston City Center
Service is good but the lobby is too small Three nightclubs around Noisy at night. The location is great. A three-minute walk north will take you to the Boston Common Park AMC Theater Metro Green Line Bolyston Station. A five-minute walk east will take you to Chinatown (recommended morning tea at China Pearl and Windsor Dim Sum).
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FromUS$322
2.4/573 Reviews
Boston City Center
Breakfast is not available, but tea and coffee are available 24 hours a day.
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FromUS$159
4.7/5100 Reviews
Boston City Center
Good location and great service by front desk, concierge and restaurant staff! Only slightly unpleasant experience was I came back one of the nights and realised the room was left uncleaned and I thus had to call for daily necessities such as bottled water that night. The downside of booking via external websites such as Trip.com is that it doesn’t give you Hyatt points or qualifying nights.
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FromUS$260
5/555 Reviews
I have been looking to visit Boston for quite some time but never found an accommodation in my budget; fortunately, I stumbled upon the Oasis Guest House! We stayed in the economy queen room and it was very economical space and cost; the bed was comfortable. If your plan in Boston is to do a lot of touring, then it is the perfect home base. The gentlemen who own and run the guest house are very friendly and helpful. They have created a very cozy and comfortable common area and put out a nice, continental spread for breakfast; we ate it every morning and were more than sated. The location is fantastic! It sits on a quiet street but offers easy access to a lot of attractions. It is a 5-minute walk from Symphony Hall and right by the Berklee College of Music, which offers evening events. It was a 15-minute walk to the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. Honestly, we also walked between the B&B and Boston Common and the North End and the walks were not bad (and very refreshing after a large meal!). If walking does not appeal to you, though, it is very close to a subway station and it was very easy to get to some of the farther-flung locations. I am looking forward to my return to Boston and the Oasis Guest House! I highly recommend it!
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FromUS$193
4.6/5155 Reviews
Location is excellent. Everything is so accesible. The room is just generous.
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FromUS$246
4.3/565 Reviews
Boston City Center
Hotel is clean and comfortable
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FromUS$203
4.5/557 Reviews
The hotel room is very clean and spacious, about 10 minutes walk from the subway station, there are fast food restaurants such as McDonald's downstairs, breakfast is very convenient. There are many universities near the hotel, Harvard Medical School is right next to the hotel, and a taxi to Harvard University and MIT is not far.
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FromUS$266
1/557 Reviews
Boston City Center
The Langham, a historic hotel in Post Office Square occupies a building whose former life was the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. Public spaces are opulently endowed with high ceilings, museum worthy oil paintings, intricate marble floors, rich woods, jewel tones, touches like lobby lamps in dark green akin to the old fashioned bank teller ones of yester-year, select antique banking gear, deep sofas and plush chairs. Situated in the heart of the towering Financial District, the Langham is walking distance to the city's biggest attractions, Think: Faneuil Hall, old State House, the North End, the Seaport and others are all a stone's throw away. The hotel is well endowed with event and function space and as well, displays artistic endeavours depicting the history of the Banking System by adorning the lobby walls and throughout the hotel's public spaces. The real gems of The Langham: however, are the rooms and my top floor retreat included creature comforts like a spacious layout, a heavenly bed and a massive mini-bar for my delight. Crisp blues and whites form the colour palette that inspired a cheerful and calming aura accompanied by a sitting area with comfy chairs for relaxing. Built-in millwork graced the quarters with a decorative table for dining or homework and a wood floor panelled the entryway along with a gracious view of the cityscape. The bath was outfitted in massive white marble complete with heated floor, steam shower and double sink. The property's staff spares no time or effort executing their guest assistance. The Langham's two on-site dining options are hopping establishments. The FED (how appropriate) is a street-level bar that serves elevated pub-fare, raw bar seafood and inventive cocktails. For something special, ask for the 'Vault Sprits' or construct your own seafood tower (as I did) from all the credos and local oysters your heart desires. The cocktails sound groovy and delicious and I frothed at the 'Kool & the Gang' concoction which featured gin, raspberry, lime, ginger and a top tab of aquafaba .....pretty cool...I didn't,t know whether to look at it or drink it....I drank it. The main restaurant, Grana, occupies a spectacular area in the hotel, the former Grand Hall of the Reserve with soaring ceilings, ornate chandeliers and velvet banquettes. The menu is chocked full of American and Italian classics with breakfast items like Panettone French toast, omelettes, Belgian Waffles and fresh baked items. Turning up the food fare a notch for dinner......how about lobster ravioli, beef and pork bolognese, and stew cioppino. I was intrigued by the Spaghetti Pancake brunch item (rock shrimp ragout, toasted garlic, garden herbs)...this was terrific. and of course ...whats a menu without dessert....this one is in the form of cannoli, panna cotta and tiramisu....could be more Italian. So if you are searching for prestigious accommodations, in a location with a historical flavour along Financial lines and rewarding dining v
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FromUS$515
4.5/553 Reviews
Boston City Center
The rooms are quite spacious and the hotel location is good, but the bedding feels a little dirty, which may be caused by long use. The bath towels in the toilet are also not clean, so I dare not use them.
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FromUS$186
5/567 Reviews
Boston City Center
Brand hotel service is more attentive, the rooms are very clean and tidy, the surrounding environment is relatively quiet, the transportation is very convenient, and the hotel rooms are well equipped.
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FromUS$806