The Bostonian Boston4.0 out of 5.0
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It is very convenient to everything. The staff was so helpful. The room was clean and spacious. I hope to return again next year.
Rooms have plenty of space for king bed and other furnishings. Very clean. Front desk personnel quite helpful too.
Nice room, view was horrible- a little noisy with the street noise - walking distance to a lot of restaurants/shops
Very convenient to the airport and Boston history. Everything was nice with the exception that the room was noisy. The wind blew the awning and you could hear it, also the air conditioning unit made a dripping or gurgling sound unless it was running. It was 50.00 a day to park so if you are visiting might be better to cab it than pay to park your rent a car, especially since so many things are within walking distance. Side note, taxes on rent a cars are 50% renting a car and parking it at the hotels around there adds up quick.
The location was great. Just across yhe street from tons of activities. We found the staff and manager very accommodating!
Needed a nice place near the Freedom Walk. Best location around and the hotel was very comfortable and safe.
I loved staying at this hotel and I would stay here again. I loved the location. The hotel and the rooms are beautiful and the staff were so helpful and friendly. This hotel is worth experiencing especially since the Hay Market is right outside it's doors!
great place to stay whether business or pleasure. close to faniuel hall and acquarium and north end and not to far from court house
we had a nice stay at the Millenium. It's a great location, and was a good value for the cost. We enjoyed eating at the onsite restaurant and the proximity to all the local stores and sites.
We had a great 4th of July weekend. There is probably no better location than this - right next to Quincy Market and in walkable distance to a lot of places of interest. However I was quite disappointed that the hotel had no free WiFi, also valet parking seemed a bit high at $49/day, and last but not least - we were given a room on the north side of the building where there is no view and there are a lot of fans on the roof of the hotel and nearby buildings. Those fans are extremely loud and could be heard in probably most of the rooms which are facing north. All those rooms should be sound-proved. Overall - good experience.
Everyone at the Millenium was welcoming and helpful. From the greeting at the door to the ease of extending our parking for four hours so we could take in a Broadway show. So conveniently located that you can walk to everything Great place to stay for business or the important weekend getaways. We will return!
My youngest daughter attends UNH and when ever I come to visit her, or are bring her back to school we stay at the Millennium Bostonian. The hotel is centrally located to everything you could possibly want to see, visit or try in Boston. I love to walk and Boston even in a snow storm in January is the perfect walking. One thing I particularly love about the Millennium is the fact then when I arrive the hotel staff is there to meet you. The take my car park it so I don't have to worry about. The staff is very attentive and helpful. They will give you directions and help you get to any where you want to go, even Mike's Pastries at 8:15 on a Monday night to help you take care of you sweet tooth. I highly recommend The Millennium Bostonian Hotel Boston.
This hotel is perfectly nestled into Quincy Market. It's not even 50 yards away and around the corner from all the shops and restaurants. It's beautifully decorated and the staff were awesome. The room was large enough for two and reminded us of a small chateau outside of Naples, Italy. This is definitely a do-over because we loved it and plan to visit again soon.
I booked a room with a balcony and paid an additional $40/night. I thought I was getting a great deal. Unfortunately, the so called balcony was really just an 18 inch by 30 inch Juliet balcony. And, it was located above a farmers market that started at the crack of dawn. I was hoping for a nice place to sit and drink a beer in the evening or coffee in the morning, but it was standing room only. Asked from that, the room was average. It was clean. The bed was not the greatest, but it was adequate, although certainly not up to standards for the price of the room. The parking situation was a headache, but I guess that can be said of any hotel in a major city. If I were to stay here again, I would not pay extra for a balcony room. In fact, the interior rooms are probably better. At least I assume you would get less noise, either from the market or the Hard Rock across the street. Also, I would make sure that the price was at least 30 reduced, as that is about where the regular rates should be.
The hotel was great. Their internet wasn't working properly so I couldn't log in to work.
The entire experience was great. The service was excellent as was the location. I plan to use this hotel again.
Great hotel, great location, great staff. Right across from Faneuil Hall, could not be happier with our stay.
I highly recommend the Boston Millenium, it is centrally located which makes it easy to get to many areas. The hotel is directly across from Quincy market.
Great place to stay. Room was clean and staff was helpful and friendly. Easy walk to many popular places.
Stayed here with my girlfriend for our first PAX East experience and first time in Boston overall, and it turned out to be a much nicer experience than we thought. It's centrally located, within walking distance of most locations we checked out - including the convention center - and there was a lot to check out in vicinity. The room was cozy and well-maintained despite having a view of the backstreets. The staff was friendly and mostly "hands off", which was nice. Overall our stay was incredibly pleasant, and we would definitely stay here again, especially if we wanted to spend more time exploring the city.
The Bostonian Boston places you next to Faneuil Hall Marketplace and within a 10-minute stroll of other popular attractions like Paul Revere House. This 201-room, 4-star hotel has a restaurant, free in-room WiFi, and a health club. TD Garden and Boston City Hall are also a short walk from this Boston hotel.
Enjoy a bite to eat at North 26, the hotel's onsite restaurant. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service. Start your day off with full breakfast, available for a fee.
All 201 air-conditioned accommodations feature separate bedrooms. Guests can expect free WiFi and wired Internet, along with 40-inch flat-screen TVs and pay movies. Bathrooms offer designer toiletries and bathrobes, and beds are dressed in premium bedding. Other standard amenities include minibars, coffee makers, and free newspapers.
Guests staying at The Bostonian Boston enjoy a health club, a rooftop terrace, and WiFi in public areas. Valet parking is available for USD 49.00 per day. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this boutique hotel include a business center, free newspapers, and laundry facilities.