Great location downtown. Parking as expected in Boston. Staff were very helpful. Wine shop and great eats near by. Tight rooms, for business perfect otherwise closterphobic. Love the water station. Lobby coffee very tasty.
The hotel was great once we actually got into it. The parking SUCKS. I suppose that is the case everywhere in Boston, but this one is really terrible to figure out. And the signage on the hotel is pretty much non-existent. However, once we got
inside, we were happy with it. The room was clean, updated…nothing special. It did the trick for my 1 layover night in Boston. Its pretty close to everything, too. I would recommend it if you don't have to park.
This hotel is in the heart of the business district, but the area is fairly deserted at night. The rooms are small but very clean and well appointed. I loved how hi tech they were with self check-in and check-out.
We stayed here for just one night while in town for a concert. While the room was small it was perfect for what we needed. I booked it because it was the best price and the closest to TD Garden. It took us less than 10 minutes to walk there (and
less than 10 to Quincy market) The bed was extremely comfortable and the staff was very friendly. The discounted parking down the block was a great bonus as well!
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short walk from hotel
Less than 10 minute walk to both TD Garden and Quincey Market