Hotels Near Harrison Gray Otis House

4.7/5Outstanding33 Reviews
3.42km from Harrison Gray Otis House
Stayed one night 7/8/21 got two rooms for 2 adults and three 18 year old baseball players. TS Elsa was bearing down on the Northeast and the following day’s games were rained out. We chose to stay here because I’m a BonVoy Gold and my wife is a BonVoy Silver member and this was the closest Marriott property to Jamaica Plain where the next day’s games were to be played. We got a King Studio for the boys and my wife and I stayed in the Larger King Studio. Both rooms were great but the Larger King Studio is worth the extra cost for the more spacious feel. Really enjoyed the size of our room. The bathroom was large, bed was comfortable, excellent lighting options, two TVs, and nice kitchen area. There was a basic breakfast down in the lobby in the morning (scrambled eggs, Andouille sausage, chicken sausage, yogurt, toast/bagels, juice dispenser, etc...) Hotel is secure and requires a room keycard to get into the lobby or security buzzes you in and your room key only allows you to only take the elevator to your floor. The only major inconvenience of this hotel was parking. It’s in Roxbury but still within the city of Boston. There is a small gated hotel parking area that we learned after we arrived required a separate reservation ($25/day). The lot was full for the night and with two cars we had to find parking on the street. At 8:00 PM this was not the easiest or most convenient thing to do in the rain. I wish the parking situation was more apparent on the website. I would have gladly reserved parking if I knew it was likely that their tiny lot would most likely be full. The parking situation also caused us to not want to drive to a nearby to a wonderfully reviewed Spanish tapas restaurant (Toro) that we were planning to eat dinner at because we were worried that we would not be able to find parking at the hotel after our meal. This was a major disappointment. We ordered food to be delivered from a burger joint instead and this took over an hour to get to us lukewarm. There are no food options within walking distance of the hotel that I would feel safe walking to at night. No on-site dinner options other than microwave food from the hotel’s lobby snack area. Food options were a disappointment. In short, loved the room but hated the parking and food situation. Staff was professional but not what I would call friendly or particularly helpful regarding our parking or food concerns. It was kind of like ‘sorry but that’s not our fault.’ Next time I would probably stay at a different Residence Inn with better parking options and closer to more abundant dining. The room is great but not worth the additional hassles and laissez faire staff attitude about parking/food. A little more empathy and help (dining suggestions: “order from this place”) would have made me feel like they actually cared about me and my quest to feed three hungry 18 year old boys at 8:00 at night.
FromUS$259
4.2/5Very Good28 Reviews
1.8km from Harrison Gray Otis House
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.
FromUS$175
3.8/533 Reviews
3.9km from Harrison Gray Otis House
I was in Boston for 3-4 days and overall enjoyed my stay here! From Vandy (hotel manager) to Agustin and Yudelka (Front desk/staff), everyone was friendly and super helpful. Some things to point out before you book your stay include the following: - The rooms were cleaned every day! Because of covid, I know that some hotel chains weren't cleaning as normally....not sure if that was due to limited staff or to cut corners. - Breakfast is provided now! They have limited options so that might be a bummer for some people that expected waffles or other hot meals. Breakfast was usually cereals, fruits, bread/bagels, breakfast sandwiches (ex. Jimmy Dean), pre-made omelets, and coffee/juice. The only downside is that there are only two microwaves in the breakfast area and one of them takes forever to heat your meals up. - This hotel is right behind a mall and within this mall there is a bus stop with 2-3 bus routes. Since it was my first time in the area I relied on public transportation for all of the touristy stuff like Castle Island, Fenway Park, Copley Square, Freedom Trail, etc. The 10 and 16 bus routes has a stop to Andrew Station which has connections to other Subway routes. So bus, subway, and walking will all be part of your routine here if you're new and don't want to rely on Ubers. - If you forget something or come unprepared for the weather up here (*like me) the mall has a target, old navy, and grocery store called stop and shop. There are also some restaurant options if you want to grab a bite to eat before or after venturing out. I give this place an A+ and hope to be back soon!!!!!!
FromUS$195
4.5/5Excellent35 Reviews
1.68km from Harrison Gray Otis House
Loved staying in the South End - so many cute shops and restaurants but doesn't feel touristy. I would only stay here if you are mainly going to be out and about, because the rooms are tiny. The rooms are cleverly designed, with drawers under the bed and a fold up table to save space (but they should tell you that at check-in, because it seems like there just are no drawers or anything.). Ice machines would be a good addition - can only get ice when the bar is open. I loves how dog-friendly the whole place is. All of the staff were so kind to my pup.The bed is comfortable, the fact that there are lots of outlets and hooks is great, and the towels are nice and thick. The HVAC is noisy and I could not seem to turn it completely off, but other than that the room was quiet. The window screens are FILTHY - can't even see through them. All in all a reasonably-priced hotel in a great spot with friendly service and some nice touches.
FromUS$198
4.9/5Perfect40 Reviews
2.2km from Harrison Gray Otis House
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$263
4.2/5Very Good25 Reviews
3.98km from Harrison Gray Otis House
Conveniently located near Boston Convention and Exhibition Center and 2 miles from the city center and step away from TD Garden, Fenway Park, Freedom Trail and Quincy Market.
FromUS$259
4.4/5Excellent125 Reviews
2.01km from Harrison Gray Otis House
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$289
4.8/5Outstanding34 Reviews
2.36km from Harrison Gray Otis House
This was our first stay at Four Seasons' new One Dalton property. it's a tall, very skinny building sandwiched approximately between the Christian Science center (mother church and reflecting pool) and Prudential Center - and a very easy walk to/from downtown Boston locations. The bottom eight floors are largely amenity spaces, including a "wellness floor" that encompasses a pristine lap pool, spa, and fitness center; two restaurants and one lounge. The hotel occupies the rooms above that, and residences take up the upper floors of the building (continuing that recent trend that the wealthy should live well above everyone else). The new rooms are spectacular and modern. Beautiful marble and glass bathrooms, amenities like TV in the bathroom mirror and button-controlled draperies. Excellent temperature control, closets, storage space, and wonderful touches like free bottled water and beautiful robes and turn-down service. Four Seasons has the best-trained staff in the hospitality business: all of the classic touches of a 5-star property where every need of the guest is both predicted and accommodated. The spa and fitness center are particularly amazing. Beautiful architecture and touches like aromatherapy in the showers and plush robes and towels await guests. There are three onsite restaurants: Zuma, which is in itself an experience, particularly for sushi fans; well worth visiting. A lounge serves "appetizers"; the remaining restaurant is only open for lunch and dinner, leaving only Zuma and room service as in-house dinner options. The property is across the street from Prudential Center, but for some reason schlepping across the street for California Pizza Kitchen seems a little out of place. Of course, prices reflect Four Seasons as well. A room-service hamburger is $31.00 and a full breakfast for two is likely to exceed $100. A great option for breakfast: online-order from the Flour bakery - across the street from the front door, and you'll have something fresh and amazing for a tiny fraction of the price. The Four Seasons App and an in-room tablet are the preferred means to making requests to room service (which you'll need for things as simple as ice for your ice bucket) or for booking spa treatments or restaurant reservations. However, these direct to a chat system that often felt like nobody was listening to at the far end; perhaps exposing staffing shortages.
FromUS$870
4.6/5Outstanding42 Reviews
2.37km from Harrison Gray Otis House
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$252
4.3/5Excellent82 Reviews
1.75km from Harrison Gray Otis House
The hotel is in a fairly central location. The check-in time is almost just after Christmas, and there are quite a lot of guests. When check-in in the afternoon, the queue is at least forty or fifty minutes. , Leading to crowding, queuing is very bad. The access for Marriott members is also not open, and my Marriott Gold Card does not have fast-track access or preferential treatment. When booking a hotel, because Ctrip ’s price is more cost-effective, I did n’t make a reservation through the Marriott app. As a result, when I arranged the room, I was given a regular room, and I booked a suite with Charles River view. At that time, the whole mood was about to explode, and I contacted Ctrip. Ctrip said that their order was not wrong, and it was the responsibility of the hotel. Later, I had to go back to the front desk to queue up. After communicating with the lobby manager, the manager said that the information on the booking order might be wrong, so I did not arrange it and helped me adjust to the Charles River View Suite. After an afternoon of tossing around, the big and small bags finally checked in after going up and down. The hotel's [Charles River View Suite] is still very beautiful. The windows of the rooms are very large. Every day you can see the sunset, which is very suitable for taking pictures. There is more than 60 square meters of space, a sofa area, a writing desk, and an extra-large bed. There is room for large and small luggage. There is nothing in the refrigerator of the minibar, there is no executive courtesy in the suite, and the Marriott Gold Card only has two bottles of mineral water per day. There doesn't seem to be a supermarket near the hotel. There is a coffee shop on the second floor where you can buy some drinks and snacks. Regarding parking, valet parking is $ 65 a day. A waiter will help you drive the car to the door, and you can enter and leave as many times as you want. There is a pretty big shopping area across the road downstairs, and you can go shopping on foot. It is very very recommended that friends go shopping in the department store Saks 5th Avenue, which has a lot of luxury brands. Although the discount area is piled up like a vegetable market, it is very worthwhile. .
FromUS$339
4.3/5Excellent30 Reviews
1.86km from Harrison Gray Otis House
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$289
4.5/5Excellent31 Reviews
2.14km from Harrison Gray Otis House
I was a guest at Cambria Hotel, from 24-29 March 2022. Once I arrived at the hotel, I was presented to the front desk for check-in, and I met Mr. Daivd McKeon (Assistant General Manager), who is a very kind, elegant, professional person. I was quite happy with his distinguished hospitality. During my stay, I realized that the front desk team, Ms. Janilce, Ms. Klei, and Ms. Gaby, are very helpful and supportive of whatever requests from the customers. I appreciate as well the good service of the housekeeping. The location of this hotel is quite near, either to the city center or the main Boston Convention Center. The price for the hotel is quite reasonable compared to other hotels at the same level. Many thanks to the front desk team of Cambria Hotel and to the housekeepers who made my stay very comfortable.
FromUS$296

Hotels Near Harrison Gray Otis House In Boston Review

4.2/528 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$175
4.3/586 Reviews
Boston City Center
I’ve been attending an event at this location for the last 3 years and this was by far the worst one yet. The rooms are SMALL… a suite is the size of an average hotel room. The queens were hardly enough for a couple. Their run rooms are literal closets. It is very clean, staff was great about replenishing towels and providing extra within a reasonable time. However, I was a little taken back when management refused to accommodate the event and often shoved us out of the way to prioritize 2-3 pilots coming in from the local airport. We are a 2,500+ person event and staff seemed to go out of their way to make things extra difficult. Elevator lines were ridiculous and when we tried to use the stairs, one of the managers lied and said they didn’t have any. Luckily we found them ourselves and just proceeded to use them as necessary. I was taken back by the bell hops who literally shoved their hand in your face demanding money before you could even take your bags off the cart… certainly made me not want to tip them at all especially after watching them man handle our luggage and throw it around. When it was time to leave, one member openly groaned in annoyance when we had requested our bags be taken to valet. Nobody wanted to do their job without extra money being tossed at them. Finally we got our luggage to valet and before I could even get my wallet out one member scoffed in disgust and tossed the cart at us… certainly not going to tip after that tantrum. 3 years ago this was my favorite location but you can actively see the decline in service and respect toward patrons. The location is ok at best. It’s in walking distance to great restaurants and such, however it’s impossible to park and unload on the main busy street. I’m glad we have a new hotel for next year…
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FromUS$227
4.8/533 Reviews
Boston City Center
We booked the Hyatt Centric Faneuil Hall in Boston for 2 nights. I will say that this location was perfect. We were able to walk everywhere that we wanted to and it wasn't in a sketchy area. The hotel offers valet parking but there are also many options for parking around the area. Lots of places to grab food and close to so many sites, it was easy to get places by foot. We checked into the hotel later in the day and I was pleased to see that the people working at the front desk were wearing their masks. The rooms don't have refrigerators but you can request that one be sent up to your room. Since I knew that we were planning on picking up food to bring home, I made sure to ask for one. When we got up to the room, I saw that it was a lot smaller than I had thought. While the room itself was clean, we found a couple of hairs in the shower which was pretty gross. When the refrigerator was dropped off, the person who brought it up had to plug it in. We were all wearing our masks so you would think that they would put theirs on out of courtesy but they did not. I also think that the TV was a bit outdated...usually hotels offer streaming services (to log into) but this TV offered only a select amount of channels on cable. Also note that there is no door separating the shower and the rest of the room (for privacy). I also found that there is very little room to sit besides the bed because the room was so small. The next morning, we noticed that there was some type of liquid in the elevator and when we came back later in the day, it was still not cleaned. The bar and restaurant was also closed at the time of our trip. While there are definitely setbacks to this hotel, the location is really it's strong point. If you could get over small, outdated rooms and would rather focus on location, then I'd say this is a good hotel for you. However, if you plan on spending a lot of time in your hotel, there may be others with more space to do so!
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FromUS$229
4.5/530 Reviews
My wife and I were visiting family on the East Coast and decided to spend some time in Boston. The Newbury Guest House came highly recommended so we decided to stay there. Owner Dave was extremely helpful before and during our trip. The rooms were very clean, well appointed, and the location was convenient to points beyond the Back Bay. We stayed for 3 nights and Dave and his staff were very attentive, warm, and gracious. Whether on holiday or for business travel, I will definitely be back. Best small hotel experience I’ve had in many years.
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FromUS$309
4.3/535 Reviews
Boston City Center
The hotel is dated and the maintenance of the hotel is poor. The carpet needs to be cleaned or replaced and the room was not cleaned because the night stands and table was very dusty. The bed was extremely uncomfortable. It felt like lying on a cheap spring bed. I usually don’t complain about mattresses because I can sleep on any, but the the bed was extremely uncomfortable. I chose this hotel because it was cheaper than the hotel where my function was, but I regret settling with this hotel. You’ll get what you pay for. This hotel was $210 per night so it was not cheap. I expected more comfort, but disappointed. See attached pictures.
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FromUS$199
4.6/530 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$523
4.8/539 Reviews
My friend and I got a good deal through Priceline as a 3-night package compared to the cost of other hotels. The sheets were crisp and bed firm. We got a view of the airport and the harbor. I like watching the planes come and go (and no noise). We got free water bottles each day. There was a water shuttle to the blue line with MBTA which was called 66. The free hotel shuttle was also very fast. It takes about 30-40 minutes by bus through traffic to get to government center since the blue line was under construction when we went. Didn't appreciate house keeping moving our items around one day. The $20 credit Hyatt offers with destination fee only applies to Dinner unfortunately. This was not clear to us when we ordered breakfast. We ordered pancakes and definitely not worth it. Thick but not fluffy, more on the sour side. I'd say Mexican and Italian were my favorite offsite. Seafood was overpriced.
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FromUS$260
4.9/537 Reviews
Boston City Center
The Boston Harbor Hotel which envelopes the prime real estate of Rowes Wharf on one side and is open to the city on the other, combines elegance with a scenic and convenient location. It enhances it's historic waterfront with famous ancient Roman architecture with it's 80 foot-tall ornate outdoor archway and rotunda. The hotel is as stunning inside as it is outside thanks to marble arch, framed antique maps, collections of exotic flowers, rich fabrics, coffered ceilings. gorgeous hardwood and tasteful carpets scattered throughout. The property is positioned right on the waterfront (Rowes Wharf) and is only a short walk to many of Boston's well-known sights including Quincey Market, Freedom Trial as well as the New England Aquarium. It is steps away from both Harborwalk and the Rose Kennedy greenway, a scenic path through the heart of the city There are 22 one bedroom suites, 102 superior rooms, 4 large sized individual rooms and a monstrous John Adams Presidential Suite offered as the room inventory for the Boston Harbor. I was delighted with my superior accommodations and spacious layout. The suite employed a liberal mix of burgundy, navy blue and soft yellow along side polished wood furniture with antique lines. Heavy fabrics like tasseled drapes rendered the room a tad heavy. The bed was plush and comfortable with seperate sleeping and sit-in quarters and portrayed the benefit of an entertaining water view, A custom made desk provided ample room as work space and the chamber was accompanied by high-tech appliances. The bathroom flowed with marble, and was outfitted with a rainforest shower and a deep soaking tub. The Rowes Wharf Sea Grill, the excellent on-site restaurant, is delicious and beautiful with an awesome outdoor terrace overlooking the water. It offers breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner with an outdoor dining option on the wharf in season.Of course, seafood dominates the menu with entrees like Maine lobster, steamed mussels, diver mussels and a bunch of other things that come from the sea. The clubby Rowes Wharf Bar provides a social setting for an after-dinner drink where one can order a variety of inventive cocktails, light bites and bar friendly entrees. The Rowes Wharf Health club & Spa is the Hotel's wellness complex and consists of a full service health club and spa/salon. At the heart of this facility sits a 60 foot heated saltwater lao pool. The fitness area has an excellent selection of modern cardio-and -strength- training-equipment. Fitness studios provide classes for yoga and other exercise endeavours. The adjacent full service spa offers a raft of standard treatments including: massages, facials, scrubs, couples routines and salon offerings including waxing, exfoliation, and pedicure/manicures. So if you are in a huff for accommodations which offer a memorable experience with 1st class service. top-dining and a spa to escape from stress.............then try the ............ Boston Harbor Hotel..........
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FromUS$647
3.9/534 Reviews
Easy parking and access. rooms were totally immaculate. Waitstaff at the restaurants were exceptional as was the food. You're very much treated like royalty throughout your stay. One evening the assistant manager greeted us in the lobby offering to help us with any issues. Never had that happen anywhere else we have ever stayed.
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FromUS$332
4.7/533 Reviews
Stayed one night 7/8/21 got two rooms for 2 adults and three 18 year old baseball players. TS Elsa was bearing down on the Northeast and the following day’s games were rained out. We chose to stay here because I’m a BonVoy Gold and my wife is a BonVoy Silver member and this was the closest Marriott property to Jamaica Plain where the next day’s games were to be played. We got a King Studio for the boys and my wife and I stayed in the Larger King Studio. Both rooms were great but the Larger King Studio is worth the extra cost for the more spacious feel. Really enjoyed the size of our room. The bathroom was large, bed was comfortable, excellent lighting options, two TVs, and nice kitchen area. There was a basic breakfast down in the lobby in the morning (scrambled eggs, Andouille sausage, chicken sausage, yogurt, toast/bagels, juice dispenser, etc...) Hotel is secure and requires a room keycard to get into the lobby or security buzzes you in and your room key only allows you to only take the elevator to your floor. The only major inconvenience of this hotel was parking. It’s in Roxbury but still within the city of Boston. There is a small gated hotel parking area that we learned after we arrived required a separate reservation ($25/day). The lot was full for the night and with two cars we had to find parking on the street. At 8:00 PM this was not the easiest or most convenient thing to do in the rain. I wish the parking situation was more apparent on the website. I would have gladly reserved parking if I knew it was likely that their tiny lot would most likely be full. The parking situation also caused us to not want to drive to a nearby to a wonderfully reviewed Spanish tapas restaurant (Toro) that we were planning to eat dinner at because we were worried that we would not be able to find parking at the hotel after our meal. This was a major disappointment. We ordered food to be delivered from a burger joint instead and this took over an hour to get to us lukewarm. There are no food options within walking distance of the hotel that I would feel safe walking to at night. No on-site dinner options other than microwave food from the hotel’s lobby snack area. Food options were a disappointment. In short, loved the room but hated the parking and food situation. Staff was professional but not what I would call friendly or particularly helpful regarding our parking or food concerns. It was kind of like ‘sorry but that’s not our fault.’ Next time I would probably stay at a different Residence Inn with better parking options and closer to more abundant dining. The room is great but not worth the additional hassles and laissez faire staff attitude about parking/food. A little more empathy and help (dining suggestions: “order from this place”) would have made me feel like they actually cared about me and my quest to feed three hungry 18 year old boys at 8:00 at night.
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FromUS$259
4.6/535 Reviews
Boston City Center
I had a 35K free Marriott night to use or lose so my wife and I decided to do a staycation We drove into Boston and parked at the Boston Common Parking garage - I pre-booked the $18 hotel guest self park at the garage - In my option this is only a good option if you 1. don't have a lot of luggage and 2. the weather is decent It was less than 10 minute walk to the hotel The location of this hotel is amazing. Vibrant but safe area of Boston. Great walking area and close to MBTA stations You walk into the first floor and it takes a minute to figure out that you need to take the elevator up one floor to check in The elevators are really cool looking (at some point I'll try to upload some photos) You go one level up and feel like you have entered a party. We were a bit nervous that we wouldn't really fit into this vibe. We walked over to check in area and were greeted to a VERY warm welcome (I wish I could remember the staff members name as she definitely deserves a shoutout). The one negative is that I was now told that the hotel has a $25 destination fee - However they give a $25 coupon that you can use for drinks, breakfast, etc - So for me I would have spent this anyway so it really wasn't a big deal They also gave my wife and I a welcome free drink coupon. We took the cool elevator up to our floor and entered a VERY cool VERY well configured room. As soon as I saw the earplugs, I was very worried about sleep and noise but we could not hear anybody or any outside traffic, etc I want to hire the designer for this room - It is NOT a large room at all but the configuration, design and thoughtful items in the room is A+. A free water bottle would have been nice but we brought our own refillable water bottles and they have a fill station near the bar. You could always just bring the supplied cup in the room down to the bar area and fill water as well. They do have a strange looking water in box that you could drink but they are $5 each. The Views from our large window were fantastic - I believe we had what they call the "river view". I think that anything but the backstage view would be great but even that would be fine. We went back to check in floor and walked over the bar area - Again the design of this place is amazing. Huge windows looking out at the City around you. They have giant connect four, giant Jenga game, lots of other games. They have a DJ spinning tunes and making this such a fun vibe. Next tune we go to a play or show in Boston, we will likely be coming back up this bar. We ordered our free Moxy signature drink and couldn't be more pleased with such an amazing welcome amenity. We had an amazing night sleep and went down the bar area for breakfast. My wife ordered the breakfast nan and I ordered the avocado toast. We both got coffee as well. We used the $25 coupon plus a few bucks. So the breakfast is expensive and just okay. It was however tasty and convenient. I would never come here just for food but again it
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FromUS$249
4.4/541 Reviews
Boston City Center
This was a nice hostel, with nice facilities that could use some customer service work and a little extra cleaning. I arrived around 8-9pm on 10/02/21; tired from my flight. Security is well set up as you need a key card, or someone needs to "buzz" you in, to get into the bldg. Then a staff member needs to buzz you into the dorm and other common areas. You are provided a key card that gets you into the room after check in. This hostel is located in Boston’s China Town which may be a bit of an adjustment at first, especially when you arrive at night and are unfamiliar with the area. However, once you have had a chance to walk around, you will love it and the food! But as with ANY PLACE, always keep your guard when walking around, especially alone. When I walked around at night, and early morning, there were always others walking around as well so I never felt terribly uncomfortable. Plus the hostel location is also great as it is near other parts of Boston worth visiting (walking-distance). When I arrived, there were (2) two team members that "greeted" me at check-in. However, Ashley I believe her name was, was sadly unkind and made me feel unwelcomed. Even asking simple questions made me feel as if I inconvenienced her, and other staff as well. The only “saving grace” were a few staff that was nice enough to provide me with suggestions on where to eat and where I could find a good place to eat. I wish I would have remembered THEIR names! Unfortunately, the less than pleasant staff’s name is the one that seems to resonate with me most. The hostel has a very chic vibe compared to some other hostels I have stayed at. Less welcoming than some other hostels I have stayed at, but had some VERY nice travelers staying there as well. But that is what I love about hostels, the sense of community with the other travelers. Having such terrible, unwelcoming staff, however, can overshadow that. Fortunately, the one nice staff and the handful of great travelers I met did not overshadow that. I stayed in an all female dorm with (4) four beds. It was very nice with large lockers to fit large bag or backpack. They provide you with linens, a pillow and a towel. GREAT personal cubby hole by your bunk with charging station and lamp; hooks to hang your stuff and a nice view from the window. The only thing it was missing was a privacy curtain. I had to make-shift my own. The bathrooms are shared but segregated to singular toilet with shower and there are PLENTY OF THEM! They have bathmats, paper towels and bodywash/shampoo in each. They also have blow-dryers which is a nice bonus. I didn’t use much of the common areas but they were nice. The kitchen needs some TLC as the current travelers were a little messy and I could never find paper towels and hand soap. Overall, facilities are nice and female dorms are nice. Location is great if visiting Boston for the first time, a drive from the Airport and a quick Lyft or walk to the Amtrak s
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FromUS$251
4.9/536 Reviews
Boston City Center
First stay for 2 adults for 3 nights. We stayed 5/7-5/10/22. The location is great next to trolley stations walking distance to Beacon Hill close to restaurants not too far from airport or downtown Boston. That is about where the positive ends unfortunately.. the rooms ran an average of $300 a night for a standard room... if this wasn't in the location it was it would be worth no more than $125 a night. The rooms go toward the shabby side and need an update. The shower didn't drain and the hallway by the door was always wet with some kind of leak. The pool wasn't quite open yet for the season but it doesn't look nearly as big or nice as it is shown on line. The restaurant was good and handy to have but so pricy we only ate 1 breakfast there. There is a bakery right around the corner that is good. If you want a fridge that's $20 a night extra I think it's a bit ridiculous when you're paying $300 a night. We opted not to get fridge. The mattresses need an upgrade..not the best that's for sure. Good thing we didn't a car..parking was 60 a night. I guess upcharging is to be expected when you're in a city like Bostin I just don't feel these rooms were worth $300 a night sorry. The internet did work well. I also appreciated the whole foods and CVS pharmacy right behind the hotel. If you're looking for location this is definitely it just don't look for any other real amenities and be prepared to pay.
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FromUS$215
4.3/542 Reviews
Boston City Center
Hotel location is good, easy to enter and exit, only 8 kilometers from Luogan Airport, there are a lot of public transportation nearby, the bed is very large, the standard room is two 1.5m beds, the towels are also four people, we only live two very spacious and comfortable, That is, the facilities are older than the domestic hotels, and they do not hinder the use of functions.
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FromUS$271
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$257
2.6/542 Reviews
Boston City Center
Found Hotel has the most amazing staff. Our family had three rooms in the hotel for a graduation weekend and we all agreed that Sean at the front desk made Found Hotel the best place to stay in the city. He was helpful, welcoming and always made us feel like we were coming home after a night out. The rooms at this hotel might be on the smaller side but the personal care and attention you receive from the staff makes you feel like you are staying at a 5 star resort with your own personal butler. Thanks Sean for always meeting us at the door with a big “Hello”.
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FromUS$169
4.5/531 Reviews
I was a guest at Cambria Hotel, from 24-29 March 2022. Once I arrived at the hotel, I was presented to the front desk for check-in, and I met Mr. Daivd McKeon (Assistant General Manager), who is a very kind, elegant, professional person. I was quite happy with his distinguished hospitality. During my stay, I realized that the front desk team, Ms. Janilce, Ms. Klei, and Ms. Gaby, are very helpful and supportive of whatever requests from the customers. I appreciate as well the good service of the housekeeping. The location of this hotel is quite near, either to the city center or the main Boston Convention Center. The price for the hotel is quite reasonable compared to other hotels at the same level. Many thanks to the front desk team of Cambria Hotel and to the housekeepers who made my stay very comfortable.
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FromUS$296
4.6/5113 Reviews
Boston City Center
The breakfast is delicious. All the things are exquisite and beautiful. I can see that the boss is very attentive and the room is very clean. Even the bottom of the bed is not dusty. Nice room , clean hotel , elevator can be very slow at times , shower leaked onto the floor , but the staff was excellent , overall great hotel , we would definitely stay again
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FromUS$278
4.3/530 Reviews
Boston City Center
Hotel is clean and comfortable
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FromUS$254
1/531 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$650
4.2/553 Reviews
Boston City Center
The nearest high-end hotel from bc, the facilities are very new and very convenient. During the epidemic period, it is necessary to make an appointment for cleaning in advance, but the cleaning was not carried out after the appointment. The hot water in the bathroom is a bit mixed, but the cold water is normal.
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FromUS$289
5/534 Reviews
Boston City Center
The hotel location is great (just across Boston Commons) with beautiful views from any rooms (even city) and close to everything in downtown. The service is great (staff genuinely wants to help you) . If you have kids, they would have kids boxes with toys to play and snacks to eat, bathrobes, cribs, etc. The pool has perfect depth of 3-4-1/2", so it is just right for kids and adults. The pool has nice view on the park, and dry/wet saunas in the locker rooms open. They no longer have full spa service, but can do in-room service (did not try it as they I do prefer when it is inside of spa room). Food service is very good (although a bit more expensive even for Four Seasons than expected): 1) There is breakfast in the morning on second floor with nice selection of food items. I do agree that the area is on smaller side however; Those who did not like the size of breakfast area in this hotel, - it is still bigger than of the FS on Dalton street. 2) There is a wonderful coffee shop on first floor, which is open daily the morning and late afternoon on Fri/St. They serve free (for hotel guests only) coffee/tea/cappuccinos, small pastries in the morning and small tasty snacks in afternoon. They also have sandwiches and some items for purchase. I think it is very nice touch, and they have cheerful staff, so you feel great stopping by there; 3) Dinner available on second or fifth floor restaurants as well; 4) They also have 3:30pm lobby tea; 5) Fruits/snacks/water (including sparkling with flavors) at the pool /gym area; 6) and do not forget the "Vault" on 6th floor with changing snack and mineral water; 7) Room and Pool service is available too. The menu is the same for all locations. (They used to have a large restaurant on first floor, where we used to dine several years ago while staying at the hotel, but I think the space is now rented? to a furniture store due to drop in ability to serve b/s of Covid). The rooms are spacious, the beds are comfortable, and it is nice to have a refrigerator (former self-bar). The working desk is a bit small (barely fit my laptop). If you do need anything like a coffee machine or stationary, they would be happy to bring - just ask. The wi-fi is free. The bath is great and I do like that it has both a tub and a standing shower. And Yes, they do clean your room daily - thank you for keeping this service. The valet is great. When driving to the hotel, do keep it to the right to make sure not to miss the entrance. This is classic hotel (oppose to more modern-style one on Dalton street) and I do prefer it that way. We will return.
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FromUS$1,106
4.3/582 Reviews
The hotel is in a fairly central location. The check-in time is almost just after Christmas, and there are quite a lot of guests. When check-in in the afternoon, the queue is at least forty or fifty minutes. , Leading to crowding, queuing is very bad. The access for Marriott members is also not open, and my Marriott Gold Card does not have fast-track access or preferential treatment. When booking a hotel, because Ctrip ’s price is more cost-effective, I did n’t make a reservation through the Marriott app. As a result, when I arranged the room, I was given a regular room, and I booked a suite with Charles River view. At that time, the whole mood was about to explode, and I contacted Ctrip. Ctrip said that their order was not wrong, and it was the responsibility of the hotel. Later, I had to go back to the front desk to queue up. After communicating with the lobby manager, the manager said that the information on the booking order might be wrong, so I did not arrange it and helped me adjust to the Charles River View Suite. After an afternoon of tossing around, the big and small bags finally checked in after going up and down. The hotel's [Charles River View Suite] is still very beautiful. The windows of the rooms are very large. Every day you can see the sunset, which is very suitable for taking pictures. There is more than 60 square meters of space, a sofa area, a writing desk, and an extra-large bed. There is room for large and small luggage. There is nothing in the refrigerator of the minibar, there is no executive courtesy in the suite, and the Marriott Gold Card only has two bottles of mineral water per day. There doesn't seem to be a supermarket near the hotel. There is a coffee shop on the second floor where you can buy some drinks and snacks. Regarding parking, valet parking is $ 65 a day. A waiter will help you drive the car to the door, and you can enter and leave as many times as you want. There is a pretty big shopping area across the road downstairs, and you can go shopping on foot. It is very very recommended that friends go shopping in the department store Saks 5th Avenue, which has a lot of luxury brands. Although the discount area is piled up like a vegetable market, it is very worthwhile. .
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FromUS$339
3.5/537 Reviews
I chose this hotel because it is conveniently located between BC and BU. I was visiting with my daughter to tour colleges. We were concerned when we arrived about how empty it seemed. Around 9:30 at night while my daughter and I were lying in our beds watching TV a man literally pushed through our locked door! I thought it was someone trying to get into the room next door but when I heard banging that seemed to be right at our door, I got up to find the door opening into our room and a man starting to step into the room 😱 When I yelled, the man backed out. I had locked the door from the inside and put the chain slide on which he broke and was lying on the ground. We immediately packed and left. Receptionist said it was the maintenance man. What was the maintenance man doing breaking into a room unannounced at 9:30 on a Sunday night!! He didn’t knock, announce himself or anything and when the door didn’t open he had to use force. ***!!
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FromUS$134
4.9/540 Reviews
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).
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FromUS$263
4.4/535 Reviews
I don't know quite what to say other than while I think there are good aspects to this concept, I think it is a fail. The staff was great, though they NEVER had money to make change for tips saying we had to go across the street to ALoft if we needed change. The staff though was very friendly and we have no complaints about short staffing, but I felt bad that I could not tip on all occasions due to the lack of an ability to even break a $20 bill. The room, while spacious with refrigerator etc., which we really liked, had a very uncomfortable bed and blinds that didn't cover the windows properly. In fact I saw where other had tried to tape the blinds to the window to stop letting light in. Who needs an alarm, I just got up with the sun hitting my eyes. The pulley system was also damaged. The tv was so basic it didn't allow for apps and the remote did not work properly. Engineering brought me another remote that sort of worked, so with the two remotes I could get the tv to work properly, but the tv was either ancient or cheap. The bathroom sink is large, but at the expense of counter space and the bathroom could be brighter. That applies to the hallways as well which seemed dimly lit. The decorating of the hotel is an absolute fail. It felt a little like a prison without any imagination. It was cold and uninviting and when I say cold, it was physically very cold in the hallways compared with the lobby. The color scheme can be green to accommodate the vibe of the hotel, but the shading is all wrong and industrial in nature. Again, prison came to mind and I don't want a place I am staying in to feel like a prison. On the good side the complimentary food in the morning was very good. The workout facility was nice, though it would have been great to have a Peloton. The pool is small and is really more like a splash pool and not overall useful. The location for what we needed was great. A short walk to many attractions and we even walked to the North End, which took awhile but is very doable for most. Overall, while there are some good aspects to the hotel there are just better choices elsewhere at this price point.
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FromUS$229
2.6/536 Reviews
Boston City Center
This Indigo should have just been renovated last year, and Apple's own map shows Holiday Choice. I have stayed a lot at Intercontinental / Crown / Holiday / Smart Choice. This is my first time staying at Indigo. Some places around are under maintenance and a little messy, but there are many restaurants and supermarkets. Get a staple drink for breakfast, a small portion and a bad attitude. There is no garden around this hotel. Why is it called Garden? Because next to TD Garden, which is also the home field of basketball and ice hockey teams, concerts are also held, the price changes a lot, there are often no rooms when there are activities, and it is noisy after leaving at night. It is also next to the North Railway Station and the subway station, but to go to New York from South Station. There is a parking lot and valet parking at the entrance of the hotel. Unfortunately, when I checked in, it was 5 ° C outside, and I changed to the fourth room to heat up. When your room has a small air conditioner as shown in Figure 4, the large air conditioner is likely to be bad, and the small air conditioner may also be bad, much colder than the hallway. The front desk will let people repair it. (Fake decoration) If it is not repaired, it will help you to change. The attitude is good, but I suspect that they already know which rooms have bad air conditioning. The cleaning staff speaks Spanish, not English at all, and requires software translation. In short, you don't need to live here if you don't want to watch the game nearby.
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FromUS$279
2.6/540 Reviews
The location of the hotel is average, there is basically nothing around, you can take the subway and train to the nearest south station, but it takes at least 15 minutes. The young people are okay, and it’s normal to take their parents. The room is large and very new. Next to the convention center, there is a Starbucks and bar restaurant on the first floor. You can have breakfast and dinner. The hamburger fries taste good and the price is good. The best thing is that each layer has a machine that can pick up soda and water in addition to the ice machine, so you don't have to buy water every day. The coffee in the room is also Starbucks. Need to pay attention to is that the room I booked from Ctrip is actually through booking, submitting orders more than USD700, deducting credit card more than 1,000 US dollars, did not pay attention at the time, check the bill before leaving the store Ctrip has always said that can not contact the hotel? Until leaving the store to ask the front desk, the front desk said that the third party miscalculated the amount of more deducted my money, more than 200 knives, but the front desk is very good for me to handle a long time for a long time, said to return immediately, but has not received the refund Ctrip has no effect in this
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FromUS$289
3.6/541 Reviews
Hi, I wanted to voice some concerns I had about my stay at the Ramada by Wyndham in Boston, Massachusetts, on Saturday April 29, 2022. . I am very upset with this whole stay for multiple reasons, especially as a hotel manager/owner myself. 1. The room locks were defective at best. When I checked in and got a key, I went to go unlock my door. I tried for several minutes and realized it wasn’t go to work. So I went back up to the front desk to get a new key. That one also didn’t work. So for a third time I had to go downstairs and get another key. The issues with the room lock did not stop with me. While I was leaving the room to get food, soda, ice, etc, there was a Latino man that was also having trouble with door as well. He was probably outside of the room trying to open the door open for at least ten minutes. I asked him if he needed help and he said the lock was not working. I walked with him up to the front desk and assisted him with translating for the front desk clerk and stayed with him until he made sure his door would unlock with his key. This is simply unacceptable. Not being able to get into the room is a safety hazard, especially for those who are unfamiliar with the area and traveling alone. 2. The toilet seat was suspect. I was given a handicap accessible room and for some reason the toilet was mounted to the wall. This may not sound concerning, but when I went to sit down the toilet made a sound and moved. I thought it was going to come off the wall. I am legally disabled and of an older age. It’s very difficult and straining for me to squat above a toilet seat. I brought this to the attention of the front desk clerk and was told they would have a maintenance technician come out and look at it. No one came to assist with this issue. Being paranoid of the toilet coming off the wall while I am trying to use the toilet does not exactly make for a good experience. I can only imagine someone who is less mobile than me falling down with the toilet. 3. The room itself was rundown looking. The furniture was scratched up and looked like it was past the point of being replaced. The walls had stains on them and were pretty banged up in several spots. There were cup rings on the table tops as well. The TV had spots on the screen and was fuzzy. The wifi was also not working. None of my devices would connect to the internet. I went back to the front desk to ask for assistance eon this and w
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FromUS$179
4.9/545 Reviews
Advantages: Good location, very close to Harvard Business School, shopping and eating in the surrounding supermarkets are more convenient, free parking. Free coffee and lemonade are also available in the hotel. There is also a small garden in the backyard where you can rest, sun and party. We had a party on the night of the check-in, so it was a bit noisy. Disadvantages: The price is not cheap, I really can't say that the price is extremely high. No convenient and free breakfast. Early in the morning, HOUSEKEEPING knocked on the door heavily, not very polite. Summary: a hotel in just so so
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FromUS$169

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