First trip to Boston for my girlfriends b day, they made us feel right at home! The wonderful staff sent us a free bottle of champagne & we got a room upgrade without asking for it 😬! The staff was amazing and friendly, and the hotel itself was very nice and clean, & with such a perfect location to all of downtown Boston we had zero complaints
Traveller from Long Island
Located in Downtown Boston, this boutique hotel is steps from Boston Opera House and Orpheum Theater. Boston Common and …More
Quiet, clean and staff were attentive to our needs. Room is up to date with all current technology. Great TV, all room lighting system from one master switch, nice shower,
Registration Staff stored our bags and would not accept a tip. No hidden fees. Also, free transportation from airport ( silver line transportation line). $2.75 to return to airport.
Can walk to many sights but transportation is available too.
Traveller from Chicago, IL
Atop Commonwealth Pier, near the Seaport World Trade Center and the Boston Convention & Exhibit Center, this hotel is one …More
Hotel lobby was beautiful. Check in was smooth. A wine event was canceled but when we went to it not knowing the manage brought us to bar and served us wine...Sheryl and Will brought us food from kitchen, all at no charge. Thanks guys.
Traveller from louisiana
Located in Boston's historic Back Bay, Fairmont Copley Plaza lies in the heart of the city's entertainment and shopping …More
This is an elegant old hotel in the heart of Boston’s version of Beverly Hills. Bar was turn of the century and looked out on the public garden. Drinks snacks and service were w/our complaint. Room service was also fairly priced and excellent. The room was large but sparkly furnished. The bathroom was adequate but needed an update. That said I’d go back in a heart beat.
Traveller from Los Angeles
Facing the Public Garden and adjacent to Newbury Street boutiques, this historic hotel was built in 1927, and is 1 block from …More
One of the oldest communities in Boston, Beacon Hill is picturesque with cobbled streets and brick sidewalks. The Massachusetts State House and Museum of African American History are two celebrated attractions in the neighborhood. Lined with restaurants and antique shops, Charles Street is a great place to spend an afternoon exploring. Just south of the area you will find Boston Commons.