The location can't be beat. Directly across the street from Faneuil Hall/ Quincy Market, and two blocks to the Aquarium and boats. Restaurants are everywhere. A street market sets up on the sidewalk in front of the hotel, (directly under the front rooms) with fresh fruit and veggies. So it's a fun, busy, active area. The hotel itself has a funky, smallish, trendy lobby, then the rooms surprised us by being quite large, beautifully appointed, and very elegant. Some of the rooms have a cute "Juliet" balcony with French doors and flower baskets. There is even a little dressing room area with a vanity and closet off the bathroom that women will immediately claim as their territory! Nice, upscale (but expensive) restaurant attached. Not much of a bar area but a glass of wine can be gotten and enjoyed easily enough, before heading out on the town. All Boston hotels are expensive but this one was less than similar hotels in the area. The only negative is the same reason it's a positive… it's on a busy street, right next to Faneuil Hall. On a hopping Saturday night, there is definitely some street noise their windows and the balcony doors just can't block out. (Maybe bring earplugs if you are light sleeper and there on a weekend.) But overall, we were very pleased with our decision to stay here and would definitely stay here again.
Christina from Atlanta
The lovely Millennium Bostonian Hotel Boston is located across from historic Faneuil Hall shops and restaurants near the …More
We stayed overnight and then left early for an all day tour of the city. They took care of our luggage, helped us learn the public transportation system, water taxi system, and at the end of the day helped us return to the airport for our rental car.
karen from Utah
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Our four day stay at the Onyx Hotel was flawless; the staff was helpful and kind, the rooms were very clean and the 5 o'clock wine hour a lovely perk. It is also centrally located for easy access to some great sights.
The Onyx is one block from TD Garden and a few short blocks from Faneuil Hall Marketplace and North End; Boston Common is …More
Downtown Boston accommodations are expensive. On top of the room expense, everything else is over-and-above, like valet parking and daily Wi-Fi charges. Also, expect staff to be everywhere with their hand out expecting tips. But we knew enough and expected all this before booking. It is all the price for location, and their location is good. It is close to Boston Common, subway, tours, etc. The only downside was that our room would not cool off enough for sleeping. Overall, we stayed three nights in the lap of luxury and loved it.
John from Ontario
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We have 2 young children, ages 5 and 7. the staff was extremely accommadating and the view was beautiful and the facilities were everything we need. I don't think parking should be an extra fee in a facility that has a parking garage and it barely is being used. Boston is expensive enough and if we are paying to stay, the parking in that hotel should come with the nights stay.
This contemporary 16-story atrium hotel, which offers panoramic views of the Boston skyline and Charles River, is less than 2 …More