First time in Boston with my family to visit cousins. The hotel was like a second home. Making us feel so comfortable and accommodating kids of all ages. We had a fantastic lunch by the pool. The staff was helpful and understanding.
This Boston hotel overlooks the city's Public Garden, across the street. Historic Boston Common is less than a block away …More
From the time we checked the staff were very helpful. We were asking for a lot of favors while in the middle of moving into a new place and they were so nice and helpful to us it made us feel very comfortable. Room service was also much quicker that expected so that was a nice surprise too. Room facilities were great and the bed was so comfy that it was hard to get out of bed in the morning. Thank you so much for your hospitality!
Traveller from Washington DC
Located at the former Boston Police Headquarters building from the 1920s, the fully updated Loews Boston Hotel is in the Back …More
This was an excellent choice for business travel. Located a couple of minutes walk from Back Bay station and close to every other place I needed to go. I never got to try the restaurant however as it closes very early at 7pm so the staff provided me with a convenient list of options and their distance from the hotel.
Traveller from DC
This smoke-free hotel is within 3 blocks of Boston Common, and upscale shopping at Copley Place Mall and Newbury Street. …More
We celebrated our first anniversary at the Revere and had such an amazing time that we have returned for the past 5 years. We also discovered our favorite Italian restaurant in Boston (Erbuluce) next door. Friendly staff, stylish and comfortable rooms, and perfect location for visiting Boston Commons, shopping Newbury Street and seeing a Broadway show.
Traveller from Providence RI
The Revere Hotel is at the edge of the Theatre District, 1 block from the Arlington "T" Station and 2 blocks from Boston …More
Boston’s elite hold court in Back Bay’s shops, restaurants, and townhouses. Newbury Street hosts upscale boutiques and cafes, while locals flock to the Prudential Center for shopping and dining. The Central Library in Copley Square nods to the city’s imposing literary tradition and serves as the landmark starting point for the Boston Marathon. The Red Sox and historic Fenway Park are blocks away.