Why pay top dollar for room and parking along with hassles of down town traffic in the city when you can stay in this nice little gem just 15min south of Boston. Staff was friendly and services were equally excellent. We would definitely stay here again
John from orange couty, ca
Situated at the intersection of route 93 to Boston and Rhode Island and route 3 to Cape Cod, the hotel is convenient for …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
This 15-story hotel is located on Boston's Harbor with skyline views of downtown, adjacent to Logan International Airport and …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
This Boston theater-district hotel has direct access to the subways and is connected to Macy's at Downtown Crossing, within 2 …More
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