Hotels in Brookline Reviews

4.1/5Very Good16 Reviews
On the first floor of the breakfast, there is a general cafe, convenient but average. It is recommended that many homes outside the street can consider, go out of the road and turn right to the opposite side of the trader joe; there is also a burger shop on the road next to the traveler joe.
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4.5/5Excellent24 Reviews
The hotel is good overall, clean and can cook, there is a free shuttle bus to the medical area, a variety of breakfasts, and more. Quiet, good service.
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4.6/5Outstanding36 Reviews
The location is great as it is near hospitals and schools at Longwood avenue. There are supermarket and shops around for food but most of them will be closed at 7pm. There are vending machines at certain floors but bottle water is sold out most of the time. It would be great if there is a kettle in the room.
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4.6/5Outstanding18 Reviews
On the side of the hotel, stop the parking on the broken road and press the sign. If you are lucky, there is a parking space for free. There are also many Houwan Swamps nearby, and Fenway Park is good. Dishwasher detergents are all equipped with convenience. Breakfast is the basic configuration of an American breakfast.
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4.5/5Excellent19 Reviews
The overall facilities of the hotel are good, although in the Cleveland circle of the village, there are some small restaurants around, which are close to the D line.
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4.7/5Outstanding19 Reviews
First of all, the hotel environment is very good, such as the photo. The hotel is not like the traditional one. It is like a bar hotel. It is also connected with a Japanese restaurant. The room is very careful. There is also a record player. I chose the room when I selected the room. So I allocated it to a nice place. It was a pretty cleaner to the swimming pool. I was very careful to put my things neatly in Boston for four days, so I stayed at his house for three nights because it was a one-person tour and basically walked to the bus station or subway station. About ten minutes or so and his home is close to the Boston Art Museum. I walked for ten minutes and arrived at the breakfast. It was a free meal in the lobby. It was a very good experience for four days and three nights. (I was worried about twenty-one before. Under the age of one, I don’t want to stay alone. Later, I found that American hotel management is not very strict. In Chicago Hilton, it is basically not restricted to stay under 21 years old ^o^)
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Brookline Hotel Guide

Planning a trip to Brookline? New and popular hotels in Brookline recommended by For trips in Brookline, you can choose hotels around the city center or accommodations near popular attractions. In Brookline, both areas with attractions and the city center are good places to stay.

Brookline does not have civilian airport. You can fly into a nearby city and come here using another method of transportation. Although there aren't any airports or train stations, visitors can come to the city via bus or other means of transportation.

On, there are 25 recommended hotels in Brookline. The local average price is 253 USD per night. There are a variety of hotels to meet the needs of different types of travelers. There are 9 three-star hotels in Brookline at an average price of 263 USD per night. There are 8 two-star hotels in Brookline at an average price of 93 USD per night. There are not many well-known chain hotels in Brookline, but staying at a unique local hotel will make you feel at home. Courtyard is the top choice of many travelers in Brookline. Those who favor Courtyard can choose a hotel under its name. A popular hotel in Brookline, Samuel Sewall Inn is also one of the highest rated. The Bertram Inn is also one of the most frequently chosen hotels.

You can also visit top-rated attractions like Coolidge Corner Yoga, Museum of Bad Art, John F. Kennedy National Historic Site. Commercial areas like G4 Guitar School, Nic & Zoe, Artist Trekker are ideal places to buy souvenirs.

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