Absolutely thrilled with this hotel! Perfect location for tourists to have access to the main... See full review
Jun 19, 2015
loved location! All people I met there were very friendly. They also have good restaurant, and I... See full review
Jun 16, 2015
Though only built in 1982, Boston Marriott Long Wharf hotel sits within an integral part of Boston's history and the 17th century focal point of Boston's sea trade. Emulating the warehouse-feel of the old city, the diamond structure is matched inside with the geometric lighting and wall design of the Waterline Dining Room. Admire the interiors as you sample some traditional New England seafood platters, or drop by the neighboring bar for a Long Island Iced Tea. During the warmer months, make the most of the pool area, which opens to a sunny terrace with a great view of the harbor.
The Boston Marriott Long Wharf is right at the nucleus of downtown Boston, beside both historic sites and modern marvels, from the Bunker Hill Monument to the New England Aquarium on the adjacent pier. If you are traveling to Boston on business, the financial district is a brief walk from the hotel. Guests can enjoy Christopher Columbus Waterfront Park next door, or browse the peddlers' wares and street food carts at 250-year-old Quincy Market, just five minutes away.
17 conference/event spaces
Indoor pool and whirlpool
Lounge and bar
Virtual concierge service
ATM and foreign exchange
North End is a favorite local spot for a casual bite so if a long day's networking is nearly over, head to eateries like aptly-named Neptune Oyster.
More adventurous diners should check out the ever-popular Giacomo's, easily spotted by the long line of customers by the door.
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Our signature restaurant boasts high ceilings, crisp modern décor, and oversized windows with pristine views of Long Wharf. Enjoy classic New England cuisine, with seasonal ingredients sourced from Boston and nearby, as well as an extensive drink list.
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Rates quoted in currencies other than the hotel's base currency are subject to the rate of the international exchange. Rate may change throughout stay. Rate may reflect average nightly rate. Extra charges may apply. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use.
First time in Boston so location was important and this hotel is right in the middle of everything+easy access, so great in this regard. Room was very nice, but should be at this price. Extra charge for use of wireless network; some computers
available free for guest use but most were broken. Elevators super slow. Tiny gift shop and small dark restaurant. Bell staff excellent, but Concierge was ignorant. Room had a "cooler" rather than a real refrigerator. Maybe I have an unrealistic notion of value for price at hotels these days? Bottom line: Worth it if location is your top priority.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Excellent guided tours of Freedom Trail by costumed guides for only $15 (90 mins.). Plenty of Hop On/Off trolley tours available, with good narration. Didn't find any real exciting shopping although Filene's is always good. Fenuiel (sp?) Hall is more of a dining/entertainment venue than real shopping. Nice mall at Prudential, but mainly same old mall stores. All in all, Boston is a great walking town with a lot of really great historic buildings, graveyards, churches, etc. Tons of great restaurants, especially Italian in the North End.