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The city hotel lies at the heart of Boston's lively theatre district, close to Faneuil Hall, Boston Common and Chinatown. A selection of restaurants, bars, shops and links to the public transport network are to be found in the near vicinity. This award-winning air-conditioned hotel was built in 1925. A total of 322 rooms are available over 15 floors, of which 1 is a suite. There are conference facilities, public Internet access and car parking. The rooms and suites all feature an en suite bathroom with a hairdryer, bathrobes, a direct dial telephone, satellite/cable TV, a radio and Internet ac...More details
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Reviewed 12 november, 2021
Easy to get to from the SL1 and airport, this hotel is near two tram lines. But that's about it for the positives. The rooms are tiny and ugly with views onto nearby buildings. Plus, the soundproofing stinks. You can hear the cellphones of all your neighbors, and there is disco downstairs on one side of the hotel. Hope you don't mind thumping coming through the floor until 12:00-1:00!
Reasonable Rate but Tiny Rooms
Reviewed 4 november, 2021
The location is very good (close to the commons, theaters, start of Freedom Rail, and transit stations), there are also good restaurants in the area. The one thing to note is that the rooms are rather small and not necessarily up to what I expect from a Courtyard. From a room perspective, the bed was comfortable, disappointing that the only chair was a deskchair, the coffee maker was not reliable (sometimes it heated water, sometimes not), and the bathroom was reasonable size. Additionally, the front desk staff was fairly stand-offish. Questions were answered somewhat curtly and I felt like I was interrupting whatever they had going on.
My Neice, Heather’s Wedding
Reviewed 17 october, 2021
First off I’d like to say everyone that works at this hotel is a family and they treat everyone that stays here like their OWN family. There’s so many people to thank, but first of all the general manager John; assistant general manager Christina; David event manager ;Jill assistant event manager ;Vinny in the waitstaff ;the bartenders Gail and I think her name was Thelma ;the people that work every day behind the scenes that helped us with our beautiful wedding. And the person that helped the most, Willie Fielder, the front door security. I travel all over the country but I have never met a better more caring staff than this group of people. Our family came from Seattle, Nor Cal, Chicago, And New Mexico for this wedding, and this group of staff made us feel so welcomed at this beautiful hotel. The cared for our every whim. My sister, the mother of the bride, wanted a beer they didn’t have and next thing I know as she was getting ready for the big day a six pack shows up, that someone from the hotel went and bought her, unbelievably kind. The hotel is gorgeous. You will not be disappointed. I am going to write a letter to Mr Marriott himself about this staff; he needs to know their loyalty and compassion for their guest and that they are the reason for this hotel’s popularity. Thank you each and everyone of the staff for making this day so very special and one of the best hotels I’ve ever been in. We love you each and everyone.
Reviewed 13 october, 2021
Stayed here for 5 nights, and there's some real good things and some other things that weren't real good. 1. Location: Excellent. You're in the middle of the theatre district and close to The Freedom Trial and other sites. 2. Parking: Close to the hotel in a structure for $35 per night. Easy to get to and use 3. Noise: We were on the 7th floor and woke up most nights at 1:00 a.m. with the noise from people exiting the club down below. Not good. 4. Pets: I know Marriott is very pro pet, but come on. We had a night where a big Yellow Lab next door loudly barked every :15 minutes from 9p-1a. No idea where the owner of the dog was, but the dog eventually barked itself off and fell asleep. 5. Cleanliness: Room smelled musty and not like it had been thoroughly cleaned prior to our arrival. This also made me wonder if they had designated rooms for pets, and that we were in a "pet room" for some unknown reason. 6. Value: Very good value for a Marriott in that type of location. Have stayed in Marriott properties for a long time, but this experience was not one of my best. All said, hopefully the issues were one-off's. Would still consider this property for another visit.
Great location, TINY room!
Reviewed 2 august, 2021
The lobby of this hotel was beautiful and it's right in the heart of the theater district. It was easy to walk to all of the tourist areas of Boston Our "deluxe" room was clean but it overlooked a parking garage roof so no real view. It is the smallest hotel room I've ever had (including those in NYC). Our suitcases had to go in front of the desk which made it unusable. The small fridge was just randomly stuck on the floor. The bathroom was spacious and the room was really quiet. For us it was fine as we spent most of our time outside of the room