Boston's Historic Hotel
Posted Oct 19, 2016
Omni Parker House is fine in every detail. Room service, excellent dining in the Parker, front desk staff, concierge; every employee makes it their business to treat their guests with the utmost courtesy, information, and anything to make a stay with them a most pleasant one. The history of this hotel is so old. Among it's guest have been many Presidents of the United States, and Congress members. JFK proposed to Jackie in the lovely Parker Dining Room. Omni Parker House is centrally located for walking tours or a hop on trolley, both I did. Relaxing in the lobby for a few minutes makes one feel like a celebrity. And the rooms are elegantly decorated, with comfortable beds and comfy chairs to sit in to chat. I've stayed at this hotel on two separate occasions, and hope to do so again, if I return to Boston. A person gets lost in history in Boston, a great city, and Omni, a great hotel.