Ratings based on 1,603 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.8 Room cleanliness
3.8 Service & staff
3.5 Room comfort
3.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Chicago, Illinois
Hotel with good locationPosted Dec 17, 2014
We only stayed for 1 night. The hotel is clean with friendly and helpful staff. The only downside is that they have no restaurant inside the hotel. So you have to go outside to purchase food. The nearest fastfood restaurant is about 7-10 mins by foot. so make sure to eat outside or purchase food before going back to the hotel.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom nh
Posted Dec 15, 2014
Good overall hotel, great location, with a nice staff who if you are nice and respectful to them, then they will be in return. This is an old school hotel, which I kind of like, good overall experience.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Chicago
Great place close to Berklee College of MusicPosted Dec 14, 2014
This is simply a nice basic hotel with a GREAT staff
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom DC
Unbeatable location- great value.Posted Dec 14, 2014
Older place, but maintained. Don't expect luxury, but if you want a good location in the city for a good price, this is it. Parking is $25/day- coffee machine in the room, and you can walk to a mall, restaurants, bars, and more. Stayed here for 3 days in business- very good beds/pillows- noisy neighbors one night, but I do earplugs anyway, so all good!
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom 東京
街から近いので遊びに行くのに最適Posted Dec 12, 2014
街から近いし部屋もいい感じです。 冬に来たのでわかりませんでしたがプールもあるみたいです。 不満な点といえばWi-Fiが弱いぐらいですかね
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Posted Dec 12, 2014
Close to downtown and train. Room is fine considering the price.
by A verified traveler
Good location but outdatedPosted Dec 10, 2014
Pros: I liked the location of this hotel.
Cons: Needs to be knocked down and rebuilt.
Location: 1 block from the Prudential Center across the street from the Symphony Hall.
In this case, you get what you pay for. The rate was half of surrounding hotels and it was lacking in almost every way. Very outdated, no refrigerator in the room. It's only 2 floors so the road noise was unbearable. The window was so thin that condensation continuously dripped down the inside of the window. We had a connecting door(which I hate) and the people next door did not disappoint. I could hear every word they said as they decided to have a conversation at 2am. The room and bathroom were very clean, however as we were leaving in the am a cockroach ran up the wall. That basically sealed the deal that I would not return to the Midtown Hotel.
by A verified travelerfrom pa
Don't stay here if you're a light sleeper!Posted Dec 9, 2014
Pros: Cleanliness, location, price.
Location: Across from Symphony Hall, close to Boston Pops, Shops at Prudential Center, Christian Science Church. Orange and green T stops within two blocks.
This is an older (but well-maintained) motel-style hotel in a great location in the Back Bay area. The staff was friendly, and the room was very clean. Everything worked as it should, and the rates were reasonable. The only problem I had, and the reason I wouldn't recommed the hotel, is the noise. There is apparently no soundproofing. I have stayed in enough to hotels to know a quiet room from a loud one, and this was a loud one. The room doors are metal, and heavy, and when they were allowed to close, my bed shook. I heard every door close, every time, within a pretty good distance. I heard everybody who walked by in the hall. A normal conversation in the adjacent room sounded like it was in my room, and they weren't shouting. I heard the plumbing every time a neighbor ran the water. I heard every siren on Huntingdon Avenue. I realize that this is the builder's fault, and there is absolutely nothing that the staff or owners can do about it now. But I found it difficult to sleep, and I normally wear earplugs (force of habit). If you are a heavy sleeper, or hard of hearing (no joke), this might be a great bargain for you, but otherwise, I would avoid it.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom NY
Good locationPosted Dec 1, 2014
Pros: The location and the size of the room
Cons: The bathroom
Location: It is only a 15 minutes walk from the center (freedom trail). Also, in front of the hotel is a mall (prudential center)
The room was big and the location is very good. On the downside; The bathroom was small and the A/C was noisy. You could hear the people for the adjacent rooms and sometimes it was as if they were inside the room. The parking lot was expensive (25$ per day). Overall is a good place if you plan to spend most of the day out visiting the city. The hotel doesn't have bar or cafeteria.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Good hotel, close to shops and subwayPosted Dec 1, 2014
My friends and I had a great time at this hotel. Subway was close by so were were the shops.