I loved this hotel! It is on a side street very near Quincy Market, Fanuiel Hall, and the aquarium. Check-in is done by machine but there is someone at the desk 24/7 to help. The building is old and charming, the hallways narrow, and the rooms
smallish but very well appointed. My room looked recently redone and had a microwave, flat screen tv, cordless phone. The bathroom was clean and small but so well organized that it worked. There was a water bar in the hallway which I had never seen before. There is a large room off the lobby that is plush with tv's and internet connection. The front desk staff held my luggage the follwing morning for $1/bag. I had never stayed in a Club Quarters before and nervous about staying in a budget hotel but was very pleasantly surprised. Two problems: 1. the wireless wasn't working the night I was there and 2. I arrived late, the adjoining restaurant was closed, and there was no where close to eat.
One staff member was very friendly and helpful with the check-in/check-out process. He also gave me a map of the area and helped with travel plans. The hotel was located within walking distance of the Boston T, which was very convenient for
traveling to airport and around the city. The room was comfortable, clean and a great place for this tired traveller! It was a bit pricey for the graduate student budget, but still very reasonable overall.
The hotel was clean, affordable and in a good location, the only problem was that our room was right opposite the elevator and almost everyone waiting for the elevator was loud all night long. We would stay again but not in a room near the
The Club Quarters in Boston on Devonshire street was very comfortable. The guest closet had irons and ironing boards extra pillows and blankets. I liked the fact that they were in excellent condition and plentiful. The location was especially
good because of it's close proximity to the downtown shopping area and the train/bus station. The adjacent restaurant was wonderful. Staff at this location were more than accomodating. I will stay here again.
The Club Quarters, Boston, on Devonshire, was a very good place for a family of three to stay. The Queen bed and pull out sofa bed provided comfortable accommodations and the television in each area was a bonus. It is convenient to Boston
Common, downtown shopping, the theater district and the Old South Meeting House. We appreciated the bottled water available any time and the refrigerator and microwave. The Elephant and Castle restuarant next door provided good, hearty food and excellent service. We would definitely book at the Club Quarters again. It provides good value for the money.
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Short walk from hotel
If you are visiting for nightlife (theater), shopping or for historical landmarks, Club Quarters Boston is a very good choice. We were visiting to look at colleges in the area and it is convenient to many as well as to public transportation and cabs are also nearby.
Convenient to downtown. When having difficulty finding the hotel (Boston's one way streets!)we called the hotel and the staff person guided us while on the phone! Parking in the nearby parking garage was convenient also. The room was a great
value with small kitchen with dishes, pots and pans for use on stove or oven! Great value.