Hotels Near Montblanc Boutique In Boston
0.07km from L.K. BennettThis hotel does not cancel the credit card guarantee after "malicious" departure! Too hateful! After checking out, I asked for a bill at the front desk. I was told that the bill was sent by mail, but I didn't register a reserved mailbox when I checked in! Does the hotel "god"! I've seen the evaluation before, there is a lesson from it, keep your eye on it, and sure enough! Friends who book this hotel must be careful!
0.13km from L.K. BennettSmall, quiet hotel in a great location of Boston. 2 blocks from Boylston and Newbury Street, where there are many restaurants, shops and places to explore. Kimberly and Taylor at the front desk were very helpful and accommodated our needs. Kimberly gave us great restaurant options in the area. The room was sparkling clean and sanitized. This was a concern of mine, especially during a pandemic. To top it off, our view of the city was amazing! We will definitely be back.
0.19km from L.K. BennettLocated in Boston's trendy Back Bay area and connected to the Copley Place Mall, this hotel offers luxury amenities and first-class accommodations. It is walking distance from Newbury Street which is filled with restaurants, shops and more. The Westin Copley Place, Boston is only moments from a variety of popular points of interest such as Fenway Park, Boston Common and the Theatre District. Shopping at Prudential Center, the scenic Charles River and an exciting nightlife are seconds away. Special amenities for pets, on-site spa services and the hotel's gourmet restaurants are among some of the facilities offered at this Copley Place hotel.
0.21km from L.K. BennettCentered in Boston's historic Back Bay area, this boutique hotel features a state-of-the-art gym, award-winning dining and elegant rooms with free Wi-Fi. John Hancock Tower is 5 minutes’ walk away. Each room boasts panoramic views of the Back Bay neighborhood. Flat-screen TVs, a small fridge and plush terry bathrobes are provided. The luxury rooms offer mahogany furniture and crystal lamps. Hotel Lenox offers personalized concierge services and a 24-hour business center. Guests can enjoy Irish food at Sólás, an authentic Boston Irish pub. City-Table restaurant serves contemporary American cuisine made from fresh ingredients. Room service is available 24 hours. The Lenox is 3 blocks from famous restaurants and shops on Newbury Street. Fenway Park baseball stadium is just 1 mile from the hotel and Northeastern University is a 15-minute walk away.
0.25km from L.K. BennettVery convenient location , room very spacious, wonderful staffs , will go back definitely .
0.29km from L.K. BennettThis 5-star hotel is located in the historic Back Bay district in Boston. It offers a full-service spa, a gourmet restaurant and a full-service gym. WiFi access is available.Each room at the Mandarin Oriental Boston will provide you with a TV, a minibar and designer linens. En suite marble bathrooms feature a bath or shower. Extras include a seating area, a DVD player and cable channels.The on-site spa is one of the only Forbes Five-Star awarded spas in Massachusetts. Guests can also enjoy the on-site French restaurant Bar Boulud as well as cocktails at the hotel's M Bar & Lounge.Other facilities at the Mandarin Oriental Boston include a fitness centre, a ticket service and on-site shopping.The hotel is located next to The Shops at Prudential Center, 200 metres from Hynes Convention Center and 300 metres from Prudential Tower. Logan International Airport is 6 km away.
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0.29km from L.K. BennettThe Charlesmark hotel is right on Boylston Street in the Back Bay neighborhood of Boston. When planning our trip, I didn't know much about the neighborhoods but feel incredibly lucky that I found this hotel. It's less than a mile to Boston Commons, and we walked from the hotel to all the standard tourist attractions, so the location was fantastic (and it's next door to the fanciest looking GameStop we've seen, haha). My philosophy on hotel rooms when traveling is that I just want a clean room with a shower with good water pressure to come back to at the end of the day. I don't use a lot of hotel amenities, and so some of the issues that have been brought up in other reviews weren't an issue for me. The room: The room itself was on the smaller side, but the bed was comfortable and there was more than enough room to put my luggage. The bathroom was nice and the ambiance of the room was relaxing. The breakfast: They do set out coffee and doughnuts/bagels/fruit. I'm not a big bagel or fruit person, but I killed some coffee and doughnuts each morning--this was great. The staff: The staff was amazing. They were consistently friendly and super helpful, from the front desk staff to the cleaning staff. The Charlesmark isn't the fanciest hotel on the block or the biggest, but it's in a great location, has a great price, and tons of charm. I really felt like I could focus on my trip outside the hotel and know that I had a clean, comfortable room to come back to at the end of each day. Would definitely stay at the Charlesmark again when I come back!
0.29km from L.K. BennettLocated in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood, this luxury historic hotel is across the street from Copley Square. The hotel was built in 1912 and features majestic architecture and elegant décor.The hotel is adjacent to historic landmarks like the Boston Public Library and Trinity Church, as is only steps from public transportation, Hynes Convention Center, and prestigious shopping spots such as Newbury Street and Copley Place mall.
0.31km from L.K. BennettThis inn is in Boston's historic Back Bay, one block from the Shops at Prudential Center and subway station. A kitchenette and 42-inch flat-screen TV is offered in every suite.Inn at St. Botolph features studios and suites with Wi-Fi and iPod docking stations. Gas fireplaces are included in the one and 2-bedroom suites.A continental breakfast is served every morning in the St. Botolph Inn's lounge. Guests can use the modern fitness center or the on-site business center. Original art pieces are also included throughout the inn.
0.43km from L.K. BennettProperty Location With a stay at Newbury Guest House in Boston (Back Bay), you'll be minutes from Prudential Tower and Hynes Convention Center. This romantic hotel is close to Copley Place and Fenway Park. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 32 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and flat-screen televisions. Cable programming and DVD players are provided for your entertain
0.46km from L.K. BennettThe Four Seasons One Dalton Street, Boston was recently opened in 2019, making it a fantastic choice for those staying in Boston. The hotel is conveniently located just 1km from Back Bay Station (BBY) and 16km from Logan International Airport. The closest major public transportation, Prudential Metro Station, is only 300m away. Famous local attractions The Church of Christ, Hynes Convention Center and The Shops at Prudential Center, can all be reached with a short walk. In their spare time, guests can explore the hotel's surroundings. For guests' convenience, airport pickup can be arranged. Guests of this Boston hotel can make use of the parking facilities. According to our guests, this hotel provides a very high level of service.
0.52km from L.K. BennettCharles River Basin and Fenway Park are within a 14-minute walk of this Boston hotel, which features a restaurant, indoor pool and 24-hour gym. Its spacious rooms offer a flat-screen TV with HBO and video games. A laptop safe box and desk are included in the contemporary rooms at Hilton Boston Back Bay. There is also a coffee maker and arm chair. Some rooms provide downtown Boston views. Guests can enjoy casual dining at Forty Dalton, open daily for breakfast. Boston Hilton Back Bay also offers a Starbucks Lobby Café and a snack shop. The Beantown Trolley, offering shuttles to city sites, has a stop in front of the hotel. The Boston Back Bay Train Station is a 13-minute walk away while Boston Common is 2.2 km away.
Hotels Near Montblanc Boutique In Boston Review
Originally thought to be a youth hostel, in fact, it is indeed, the price is not cheap. However, although the room is a bit small, the bed is large, the bed is very interesting, suitable for a family of three. The decor in the room is very modern and exquisite, not the kind of cheap thing. It is worth mentioning that the public bath is very clean and tidy, and there is no queueing phenomenon. Overall, it is quite satisfactory. From the hotel to the Trinity Church, the city library is about ten minutes, and the location is very good. This hotel does not offer breakfast, there is a bar downstairs, you can buy some snacks, in fact, there are many special breakfast shops nearby, the taste is very good.
Boston City Center
Tall, clean, convenient location
According to the hotel, it is 1.3 kilometers away from the railway station, which is more than this distance. It takes 40 minutes to walk. It's a little farther. The hotel rooms are clean and tidy, and the service is good.
I was in Boston this past weekend and had the most wonderful time at the hotel. It is a cute, boutique hotel in the Back Bay area of Boston. It is located at a walking distance from Newbury Street, Prudential Center, Northeastern University, Berklee School of Music. The look & feel of the rooms is very modern and very clean. The staff was extremely friendly and the complimentary breakfast of baked goods, bread, cereal, fruits and Nespresso is very nice. They have a complimentary supply of non-alcoholic beverages and yogurt in their dining area and provide 2 complimentary bottles of Fiji Water at check-in and during each cleaning. They also keep complimentary baked goods (croissants, muffins, biscottis, cookies etc.) in the dining area. They have a very cosy common area with a decent stock of reading material. The only downside is lack of adequate car parking nearby. You can do paid parking (pretty reasonable pricing) from 8am to 6pm on the surrounding residential streets, find a spot on one side of the Newbury Street that allows for non-residential overnight parking or you can do overnight parking at the Prudential Center garage for $40, which is a hefty price to pay IMO. We managed to find overnight parking spots on Newbury Street. However, the lady at the front desk did not offer any such options apart from the Prudential Center overnight parking. It would be nice for the hotel to have complimentary permit parking cards for their guests.
The Charlesmark hotel is right on Boylston Street in the Back Bay neighborhood of Boston. When planning our trip, I didn't know much about the neighborhoods but feel incredibly lucky that I found this hotel. It's less than a mile to Boston Commons, and we walked from the hotel to all the standard tourist attractions, so the location was fantastic (and it's next door to the fanciest looking GameStop we've seen, haha). My philosophy on hotel rooms when traveling is that I just want a clean room with a shower with good water pressure to come back to at the end of the day. I don't use a lot of hotel amenities, and so some of the issues that have been brought up in other reviews weren't an issue for me. The room: The room itself was on the smaller side, but the bed was comfortable and there was more than enough room to put my luggage. The bathroom was nice and the ambiance of the room was relaxing. The breakfast: They do set out coffee and doughnuts/bagels/fruit. I'm not a big bagel or fruit person, but I killed some coffee and doughnuts each morning--this was great. The staff: The staff was amazing. They were consistently friendly and super helpful, from the front desk staff to the cleaning staff. The Charlesmark isn't the fanciest hotel on the block or the biggest, but it's in a great location, has a great price, and tons of charm. I really felt like I could focus on my trip outside the hotel and know that I had a clean, comfortable room to come back to at the end of each day. Would definitely stay at the Charlesmark again when I come back!
Small, quiet hotel in a great location of Boston. 2 blocks from Boylston and Newbury Street, where there are many restaurants, shops and places to explore. Kimberly and Taylor at the front desk were very helpful and accommodated our needs. Kimberly gave us great restaurant options in the area. The room was sparkling clean and sanitized. This was a concern of mine, especially during a pandemic. To top it off, our view of the city was amazing! We will definitely be back.
I stayed in the cape cod room. This is good for a basic option in a Traditional Boston neighborhood. Public transit is close. Breakfast is basic but ampl. The room was clean and decorations were nice. Each room comes with a small frig. The neighborhood is quite. The space is not accessible and there is long staircase to get to the front door. Natalie is was nice and helpful. Close to BC and Brighton center.
Boston City Center
I spent a week in Boston (Sept 2019), and so I split the trip between 2 hotels. I started the first half of the trip staying at The Boxer, and it was perfect. The location was perfect for walking the north end of Boston. I took an Uber from the airport to the hotel, and the rest was on foot. First, Mike at the main desk was A-mazing. He was fun, friendly and provided a ton of information for our trip. His recommendations were spot on. The hotel is not big, and the rooms are quite... cozy, but it was charming. With so much to see in Boston, you don't need a lot in a hotel room.
Boston City Center
We spent the first night of our honeymoon with XV Beacon 16 years ago and returned this year for a staycation since travel is so difficult now. What a wonderful oasis in the heart of the city. Really should not have waited so long to return. I say "with" instead of "at" because you feel so well cared for, it's not just a property. What has changed in 16 years? The addition of the roof deck which we enjoyed every day. What's not changed at all? Elegant and gracious service. Beautiful rooms, delightful amenities. Even though we live very close, we got to explore Beacon Hill as visitors, returning each day to be cossetted in luxury. The room service from Moo was wonderful. Car service is gracious, (thank you Mark!) and particularly helpful during this time. A deep soaking tub was my favorite part of the suite. Oh wait, maybe it was the bed covered in Frette linens? The bathrobe? No, it was the fireplace. Caviar service in our room! Who could choose? We arrived a little beaten down by the pandemic. We left refreshed and delighted to rediscover the city we love from a new perspective.
Boston City Center
This hotel is across the street from Quincy Market. The location is very convenient, and it is also close to the subway. Although it is not new, it still looks good. The front desk service is patient. There is free hot drinks, fruits and drinking water in the lobby to bring to the room. Of course, a "facility fee" of 25 knives will be charged per room per night. The bed was big enough. Because the child is already a teenager, we opened a separate room for two children (15 and 20 years old). There is no need for a family of young children to have a room for a family of four. There are many points near breakfast, you can find it by turning right. The hotel's own breakfast is also okay, the single portion is a bit large, and the average Chinese can't finish it. Note that the breakfast included in the hotel package is only a limit of 25 dollars. Another thing to remind is that I booked a three-night stay there. After the first night, there was no consumption. After returning the next day, I found that there was an apparently wiped item on the wash basin in the bathroom. Cloth, is it a hint to me that Tips will wipe the cup with this dirty cloth tomorrow? Hey, so I put two beautiful knives in the room on the third morning and came back and took it away.
Close to the city center, there is a silver line at the door. It is very convenient, clean and tidy. Every day, people clean it. The kitchen is complete, breakfast is available, and the taste is ok. The service staff is very good.
Boston City Center
The location is convenient, the rooms are large, clean and comfortable, I like the kitchen and the bar~
Boston City Center
If you spend the night in this city, it's a great hotel. The location is very good, the surroundings are very quiet, and there are very good restaurants nearby. If you had stayed here, you would not have chosen another hotel.
Boston City Center
The College Club of Boston (CCB) which is located a"stones-throw" from the Public Garden has many unique features making it a very special place to stay. Take, for example, the gorgeous 19th Century architecture a inside and out. Also, consider, the spacious well-appointed rooms with beautiful furnishings. A healthy continental breakfast is offered each morning and the staff is knowledgeable and kind - always ready to assist. My husband and I have visited CCB several times. Last weekend we were there to celebrate his birthday. I ordered a cake from the Modern Bakery and our hosts at the Club cheerfully agreed to keep it in the refrigerator until we left for the birthday dinner. Everything about the College Club of Boston is impressive. But, perhaps the most impressive part is the concept on which it is based. The story dates back to the late 1800's when the founders - a group of women - purchased the property to form a club that would nurture them and benefit the community as a whole. Club members continue in that spirit today. My husband and I had a wonderful stay at the Club and hope to return many more times in the future.
Room was nice and clean. Heating fan noise was on the quiet side, but sensitive people may want ear plugs. Indoor swimming pool was nice, though not big.
Boston City Center
No breakfast, but there is a "whole food supermarket" next to it, with a variety of foods, surrounded by Starbucks, pizzeria, American breakfast shop, very convenient. Originally paid the hotel room fee, Ctrip repeatedly deducted the deposit, Ctrip staff follow-up treatment is very professional, the first two days are handled by different people, and later by the after-sales supervisor to follow up, although toss for a week, it is counted Successfully processed, returned duplicate deductions. It can be seen that Ctrip's after-sales process is OK. I have used Ctrip to book hotels overseas, and every time I encounter problems, the customer service response is timely. Although this time is a long time, I can feel that they are actively processing
Very convenient location , room very spacious, wonderful staffs , will go back definitely .
Most of the staff is awesome. The kids love going swimming. The location is great
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.
It wasn’t bad, but overall the hotel needs a boost and updating. Helpful staff most of the time.
The hotel is very close to the airport, there is a shuttle bus, basically airport staff accommodation, there is nothing nearby, just Starbucks. You can see the river meandering. The room is small.
We just checked out today as part of a weekend trip to visit Boston/Salem. To start, the room was very clean. The bed was comfortable and the bathroom was a decent size. We were very close to another building where we got front row seats to a beer pong tournament every night. This was easily resolved by the large blackout curtain. The hotel was also accessible to a few restaurants, our favorite being Worden Hall which was just a few steps from the hotel. Now for the negative...the parking... There’s really nowhere nearby to park your car overnight(or for longer than two hours) so we had to use the valet. It’s $50 a night which we felt was a rip off for the service we received. The driveway is very small so only 2-3 cars can fit at a time and a valet attendant was hardly ever available. We had to wait up to 35 minutes for the car each time we wanted to leave and this is after calling the front desk 20 minutes ahead. Each time the person at the desk acted like they didn’t know we called. It was really frustrating and we almost lost some reservations because of it. Otherwise the hotel was pretty close to everything we wanted to see and only a 35 min drive from Salem. Very convenient and comfortable for what it was.
Boston City Center
The hotel name should not be translated into "Rayison". The location is very good. The facilities are very old. The lobby is very small. There are many customers. The air conditioning is very noisy. The same price may be better next to the W.
Boston City Center
The hotel was nice but they don’t have parking!!!!!!!!!!! You either have to pay 40$ a night in a parking garage next door or use a meter that you can’t use all night! And the receptionist was kind of rude!
This hotel does not cancel the credit card guarantee after "malicious" departure! Too hateful! After checking out, I asked for a bill at the front desk. I was told that the bill was sent by mail, but I didn't register a reserved mailbox when I checked in! Does the hotel "god"! I've seen the evaluation before, there is a lesson from it, keep your eye on it, and sure enough! Friends who book this hotel must be careful!
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