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Hotel was beautiful and close to many nice restaurants. But the staff was very confused and unorganized. Made check in and check out very frustrating. But besides that, the room was amazing, bed was super comfortable and everything else was very convenient.
The building is old but nicely updated. The rooms were small but comfortable and clean. We enjoyed wine down hour in the lobby and friendly, helpful service by staff. The hotel was close to many good restaurants and shops. We enjoyed walking and exploring the surrounding neighborhoods. The hotel ...
The Elliot Hotel is very old-school. The lobby is small and discreet, the elevators have the feel of another era (with 21st century machinery running them). The staff could not be more helpful or accommodating. The room was very comfortable, even after we had to be moved from our first room because ...
This is a great hotel. It is within walking distance of so many things: Boston Commons, Newbury Street, Fenway Park, the Aquarium. Great location!
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