This hotel is located about 2 blocks from Boston Commons, in the heart of historic Boston. It's also within easy walking distance of the North End. It's a historic building itself: Parker House rolls and Boston Cream Pie were invented here, and Charles Dickens stayed here while he wrote parts of "A Christmas Carol". Our room was clean and roomy enough, and the hotel concierge was very helpful. Our only complaint: There's a daily charge for WiFi. Given what we were paying per night, we thought that should have been included.
Traveller from Southern Calif.
Located on Freedom Trail in downtown Boston, this hotel is 3 blocks from Quincy Market, 2 from the State House and Boston …More
This is a well-appointed apartment building with an attractive lobby and very friendly staff. The rooms are spacious, the beds are comfortable and the bathrooms are clean.
The parking in the building is absurdly overpriced and their drive in drive out policy from the parking lot means you could easily spend $100 a day for parking even though you are staying in the building. In addition the daily cleaning fee is more then double what I have experienced in other Boston apartment rentals.
Located in Theatre District, this apartment is within a 5-minute walk of Tufts Medical Center and Boston Opera House. Boston …More
This was a perfect hotel to book if you want to explore Downtown Boston. It is a 15 - 20 walk from everything...waterfront, Quincy Market and Little Italy. 5 minutes away from Boston Common and lots of amazing shopping close by. Many delicious and trendy restaurants close by. Staff was helpful and friendly. Hotel was modern and nice and spacious rooms. (I was in a City View King room) The view was just ok...lots of tops of buildings, since we were on the 15th floor.
I would totally recommend this hotel to anyone who wants to explore Downtown Boston by foot!
Traveller from Toronto
This Boston theater-district hotel has direct access to the subways and is connected to Macy's at Downtown Crossing, within 2 …More
"Boston Courtyard by Marriot near theatre district"
We spent one night at the Marriott and although we had some trouble getting our phone GPS to locate the correct Courtyard and drive to the location with our reservation, it was smooth sailing after that. Room was very clean, rather small which was expected. Not much space for luggage. Parking is an extra $53.00 but that is typical and it was nice to have the valet with the crazy downtown traffic, even on a Saturday afternoon. Best part of the stay was the accommodating staff in the lobby and front desk. The manager on Sunday morning, (Katherine?) helped us with printed driving directions to get us out of Boston to Maine and it helped immensely. Very friendly and helpful!
Traveller from Denver
This 15-floor, 315-room historic Boston hotel, located in the heart of the theater district, is across the street from the …More
This was our second stay at the hotel and it didnt disappoint. Staff super friendly at check in and check out - easy and quick. we got upgraded so stayed at a nice suite - clean and spacious, decent light. bathrooms are generous and you get first class product (I dont care but my wife does).
Restaurant downstairs is fine. I wouldnt say great or bad. Service was a little slow but food quality was good.
The hotel has a relationship with a giant gym next to it, so the workout facilities are first class in every way. Nicest gym I'd been to in a while.
Hotel is on a one way street so it can be a pain to navigate there. parking closeby can be a pain and we valet parked. be sure to allow for a good 15 mins for them to grab your car.
Great location, nice hotel, excellent service. I'm a happy customer.
Traveller from seattle
Modern and luxurious, this hotel offers a desirable location in Boston's Theater District, across the street from Boston …More
Boston’s centerpiece is the Common, America’s oldest public park. The park features a historic graveyard, Swan Boats, and the Frog Pond—an ice skating rink in the winter. The gold dome of the state house sits above the common. The area is heavy with history, and visitors can find references to founding fathers even among the modern buildings of the Theatre District and Downtown Crossing.