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The Midtown Hotel

2.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Old, smelly, not very clean, no breakfast, parking, wifi. Leaves bitter aftertaste that Boston is so overpriced. Even in california you can get a great room for the same money.

Room lacked microwave and fridge was available only with extra daily charge. Exhaust from street infiltrated the room. Staff was very accommodating and friendly.

Simple , but nice and clean ! I do recommend , close to facilities and transportations , easy walk to food and coffe

No frills, clean, good location for convention center

The Midtown Hotel is a reasonably priced hotel. It has a fireplace in its lobby, and its rooms are large and comfortable. The Hotel is located right across the street from the Prudential Center which has many shops, including Barnes and Noble and Ann Taylor. It also has a number of restaurants. It has a bridge which connects it to the Westin Copley Place shopping plaza which includes stores such as Neiman Marcus and Victoria Secret. It also has restaurants in it. About a block from the Midtown is one of my favorite restaurants, Brasserie Jo, a casual French restaurant. Another plus is that it's a block from the Green Line.

Stayed there for four days. It's the best price I could find for the area, and it's close to everything, I only had to take the metro to go to the airport! Clean rooms with a lot of space. The only negative thing was the noise, walls seem to be thin! But still, I will stay there again if I ever go back to Boston.

Very nice staff; Price so high for this mid-level hotel that would have expected breakfast.

I stayed in this hotel for 4 days and 3 nights. I like the location of the hotel where you get to other places very easily. It's also close to two subway lines. Everything is just standard hotel quality, nothing you wouldn't expect in a hotel did I encounter. The staff were friendly and helpful. The room was clean.

Midtown was in a great location. Very close to the T train system, which we liked. The building was kind of run down a bit and the bed was like sleeping on a rock (but I'm older so maybe it's just me). I didn't find the staff to be very friendly, other than the check in. That's the only time they even spoke to us. But it is the city so, I guess that's how it can be. If you're looking for a good location, with the basic's. this would work fine. But with that being said, I doubt that I would stay here again, mainly because for the price, I would except a little nicer place or at least a better bed. Also if you are in the front of the hotel, it gets really loud with traffic.

When I arrived with 27 students and teachers, the staff had all the rooms ready and organized. Each room was in close proximity to my own allowing me to supervise my students at all times.

Nice hotel, always busy, parking on site was easy (don't forget your ticket!). Good service, good coffee.

It was cheap for one night stay 85 bucks! I will recommend if is a quick visit and you want it to be cheap as possible !

The hotel was basic but clean (with nice smelling shampoos, ample towels and wash cloths), and the location perfect for the Boston MFA, Symphony, Prudential Center area events, plus, easy access to the T green line, which can take you with transfers anywhere. I felt Midtown Hotel (years ago Midtown Motel I believe) offered good value for a stay in pricey Boston.

It was OK. The room was generally good overall and I only rated it down for one reason: the room had this somewhat odd, pungent smell, as if too muh cleaners were used. Not the ammonia urine smell associated with pet urine but similar (they allow pets). I don't know what it was but it was noticeable. Other than a toilet bowl that was clean but had an awkward yellow appearance all else not bad. Oh, I didn't try Thornton's restaurant nearby. I must say I was not impressed. Food OK, standard breakfast and lunch fare. Service NOT too good. Too busy to be friendly and you WILL wait. Also closes rather early. Table difficult to find. Finally, Midtown is not really that close to downtown so don't be fooled. You need to take the subway (which is close) in front of Colonnade Hotel (about a block away). Its a snap though, go downstairs at,Subway entrance (can't miss it) and first machine you come to pay $2.65 for commuter rail, slightly higher for round trip and transfers, punchanged in ticket at gate and you are in. Overall, OK hotel experience and I guess I would stay again. It's very good for the price so if on a tighter budget I would not hesitate to stay. Just don't expect the Hilton and you are good to go.

We had time to explore Boston, location was very centrally located in the middle of everything. Enjoyed the sights. Went to see the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Boston University and more. Got to walk on the revolutionary trail. Good service and good hotel.

Great location near colleges and restaurants. Large rooms with coffee maker in room will meet your needs for a short visit.

The hotel was perfect. Right in the middle of everywhere u want to go. U have access to shopping at prudential Center, access to 2 mbta stops within walking distance and your within a mile of fenway park and the boston common. The staff was great, always friendly, willing to give helpful information and saved me money on the shuttle to the airport instead of a taxi. Highly recommend staying at the midtown as I know I will on any return trips.

Ideal location for visiting the Symphony district. within walking distance. Basic hotel but staff was very friendly and helpful. Hotel was very clean.

The room was very clean and neat. I was provided with a room next to my friends room and it was done right away. The only problem at my stay was being charged for a cot. I was not informed that there would be a daily charge.

It was clean and convenient. I was fine with staying here since it's close to places that I wanted to go.

220 Huntington Ave Boston MA

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Boston Symphony Hall and Copley Place
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Outdoor pool
  • Concierge services

Located in Back Bay, The Midtown Hotel is adjacent to Boston Symphony Hall and within a 10-minute walk of other popular attractions like Copley Place. This 159 -room hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like an outdoor pool, free in-room WiFi, and concierge services. It's in central Boston and also a short walk from Hynes Convention Center and Boston Museum of Fine Arts.


Rooms

All of The Midtown Hotel's 159 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including coffee makers, safes, and ironing boards. 32-inch flat-screen TVs come with cable channels and pay movies, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Hair dryers and desks are other standard amenities.


Property features

Guests of The Midtown Hotel enjoy an outdoor pool, free WiFi in public areas, and 5 meeting rooms. Self parking is available for USD 29.00 per day. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with concierge services, luggage storage, and securing valuables. Additional amenities include a seasonal outdoor pool, a gift shop, and a hair salon.

Room options

Standard Room, 1 King Bed

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Standard Room, 1 Queen Bed

Queen 1 | Sleeps 2

Guest reviews for The Midtown Hotel

Everyone (10) Couples (34) Business (41) Students (1) Family (33) Other (22) Friends (14)
2

spend more money and get a better hotel

Everyone

Old, smelly, not very clean, no breakfast, parking, wifi. Leaves bitter aftertaste that Boston is so overpriced. Even in california you can get a great room for the same money.

By , from Denver on Jun 30, 2017

2

good location but otherwise disappointing.

Everyone

Room lacked microwave and fridge was available only with extra daily charge. Exhaust from street infiltrated the room. Staff was very accommodating and friendly.

By on Jun 11, 2017

4

nice hotel , nice location

Everyone

Simple , but nice and clean ! I do recommend , close to facilities and transportations , easy walk to food and coffe

By , from New Jersey on Dec 13, 2016

4

basic and convenient

Everyone

No frills, clean, good location for convention center

By on Nov 21, 2016

3

reasonably priced in a good location.

Everyone

The Midtown Hotel is a reasonably priced hotel. It has a fireplace in its lobby, and its rooms are large and comfortable. The Hotel is located right across the street from the Prudential Center which has many shops, including Barnes and Noble and Ann Taylor. It also has a number of restaurants. It has a bridge which connects it to the Westin Copley Place shopping plaza which includes stores such as Neiman Marcus and Victoria Secret. It also has restaurants in it. About a block from the Midtown is one of my favorite restaurants, Brasserie Jo, a casual French restaurant. Another plus is that it's a block from the Green Line.

By , from Florida on Nov 6, 2016

4

best price in the area

Students

Stayed there for four days. It's the best price I could find for the area, and it's close to everything, I only had to take the metro to go to the airport! Clean rooms with a lot of space. The only negative thing was the noise, walls seem to be thin! But still, I will stay there again if I ever go back to Boston.

By on Nov 4, 2016

4

solid hotel is a high-priced market

Families

Very nice staff; Price so high for this mid-level hotel that would have expected breakfast.

By on Oct 17, 2016

4

decent hotel

Everyone

I stayed in this hotel for 4 days and 3 nights. I like the location of the hotel where you get to other places very easily. It's also close to two subway lines. Everything is just standard hotel quality, nothing you wouldn't expect in a hotel did I encounter. The staff were friendly and helpful. The room was clean.

By , from Minneapolis, MN on Aug 8, 2016

3

good location

Everyone

Midtown was in a great location. Very close to the T train system, which we liked. The building was kind of run down a bit and the bed was like sleeping on a rock (but I'm older so maybe it's just me). I didn't find the staff to be very friendly, other than the check in. That's the only time they even spoke to us. But it is the city so, I guess that's how it can be. If you're looking for a good location, with the basic's. this would work fine. But with that being said, I doubt that I would stay here again, mainly because for the price, I would except a little nicer place or at least a better bed. Also if you are in the front of the hotel, it gets really loud with traffic.

By , from Texas on Aug 7, 2016

5

awesome staff!!

Everyone

When I arrived with 27 students and teachers, the staff had all the rooms ready and organized. Each room was in close proximity to my own allowing me to supervise my students at all times.

By , from Colstrip, MT on May 16, 2016