The exterior is miserably ugly and the entrances are nearly invisible and confusing, but the rooms are more than adesuate; the management is efficient, friendly, and helpful; the rooms and public spaces are enviably clean and well maintained; the location is reasonably convenient; and the beds and pillows are wonderfully comfortable. And the price is extremely reasonable for Boston.
Traveller from Denver, Colorado
Located between historic Concord and Lexington and 20 miles from downtown Boston, this Bedford hotel is the perfect …More
Great sized rooms with all the amenities we needed for a week's stay in Boston. If you don't have a car, be prepared for the 20 min walk to Anderson station every day.
Only complaint is the thin walls and slightly shabby appearance of some areas of this well used hotel. Wouldn't hesitate to recommend if you're looking for something clean and affordable
Located just off the interchange of highways I-95 and I-93, Red Roof PLUS+ Boston - Woburn is a 20-minute drive from downtown …More
For value for money - unbeatable. 3 adults, one room, 5 nights - super. Reception staff wonderfully helpful & knowledgeable about everything.Advised us to park & ride the T for visiting Boston : glad they did as Mass. and the Boston environs are horrendous for 'foreigners' to drive in. Very handy location for visiting Salem (a must). Car necessary, eating out : nothing much locally. A great Trader Joe's 'just down the road'. Definitely recommend it for value. Our first Extended Stay adventure and will definitely use 'em again in the future around the country. No frills, could do with a wee bit of refurbishment but that's just being picky when one considers the value. If revisiting Salem (which we want to) will def book Extended Stay Danvers!
Traveller from Chicago, Il.
Situated in Danvers, this aparthotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Rebecca Nurse Homestead, Glen Magna Farms, and Devils Dishfull …More
Room was clean but a few issues. Sink refused to drain making it difficult to use. Sink water never got beyond merely warm. Water is "city water" so if you do not like chlorine etc take some bottled water with you. NO fridge NO micro. No hair dryer. No cofffee set up. And WHY do hotel designers INSIST on making the tiniest areas for the toilet and tub vs HUGE seperate sink areas? How much stuff do you NEED on the sink? How about USING all that space for a BATHROOM? Basic room for one night was OK. We stay at this chain often and this was even more bare bones than most of them.
Situated in Salem, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Canobie Lake Park, Rockingham Park, and The Mall at Rockingham Park …More
A 40-minute train ride from Boston, Lowell is a quiet suburb best known for hosting an annual folk festival and spectacular Fourth of July fireworks. Although modernized, neighborhoods in Lowell haven't lost their historic charm, as Victorian and Colonial house line the streets. Tourists can wander through the historic downtown, visit one of the 34 playgrounds, or stroll along the Merrimack River.