The hotel was great, as expected of the Four Seasons brand. The staff we dealt with were very professional and friendly. The bar was comfortable and service prompt. I really couldn't fault anything about our stay.
It's a pleasant walk to nearby shopping areas, restaurants and theaters.
Greg from UK
This Boston hotel overlooks the city's Public Garden, across the street. Historic Boston Common is less than a block away …More
Once you stay at a Mandarin Oriental, you'll find it hard to go back. Rooms and bathrooms are excellent. Housekeeping service twice a day. In the evening they prepare the bed for sleeping, put down a bath mat on the carpet and slippers. Set the room lights down; empty the trash cans; fill the stainless steel ice bucket; refold the leading edge of the toilet paper into a convenient triangle (really!); replace the towels, glasses, turn on the TV, etc. Lots of electronic controls. Two phones are touch screens with access to dining, housekeeping, front desk. Do not disturb is a light you turn on by the door. Room lights are all something like a Lutron system, accessible from both sides of the bed and the entry. The bathroom lights are also accessible from the bed, but can be set separately dimmed down for a night light. Glass shower, massive tub capable of two average-sized people. Plenty of business supplies, paper, pen, scissors, highlighter, ethernet cable. Room service and food are exceptional. The guy even rotated the TV to face where he setup breakfast. Also a very secure hotel. You cannot even get to floors above the lobby without using your room key card. The hotel restaurant was also first-rate. One of my favorites is Prudential Center self-parking is very near. I find valet parking to be a chore if you plan to use a car a lot. From the 2nd level, exit to the indoor mall, walk toward Lord+Taylor, take the elevator to the garage.
JP from Latham, NY
Located in the city center of Boston, this luxury hotel is near the airport and within walking distance of Prudential Tower …More
We only booked a city side deluxe room, as we weren’t expecting to be in it much and ended up in Room 651, which was a great spacious room. It was situated on a corner towards the back of the hotel so it was quiet and had a partial view of the harbour.
There was a sliding frosted glass divider between the bedroom and the bathroom which I can understand why some people think this isn’t very private but it didn’t bother us. It was nice to open it up while in the bath so we could watch TV! The room was spotlessly clean; the bathroom was lovely and had a huge bath, separate shower and loads of toiletries.
The best tip I can give is to join the Intercontinental Hotel Group rewards scheme, which is free and only takes a few moments to sign up to. We gave our membership number at check in and this entitled us to free Wi-Fi (instead of £14 a day each) and also gave up automatic late check out at 2pm, well worth it.
The pool and gym were great, loads of towels, water stations, iced lemon water and various complimentary toiletries in the changing rooms.
The hotel is walking distance to all the tourist sites, is smart and spotless clean and a fantastic place to stay in Boston. All the staff we met were so lovely and polite and we feel really fortunate to have booked here.
This waterfront hotel is located in Boston's Financial District, on the spot where the Boston Tea Party occurred in 1773. …More
Even though it was pouring rain for our stay, the staff couldn't have been more warm or welcoming. Our room was very clean, overlooking the harbor and fitted with all a traveler needs (including umbrellas!!). Great experience.
Carol from Denver, CO
This waterfront retreat is surrounded by unique shopping, fine dining, spectacular coastal views, and the rich historical …More