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We stayed for 8 nights,and would really recommend the hotel to anyone visiting Boston.The location is on lovely tree lined Charles street,2 minutes walk to Boston common and park,the Cheers bar is only 5 minutes around the corner.Our room was clean and cosy with a...More
Great location to explore historic Boston from. Lovely boutique hotel on a trendy street, a little quirky but that made it all the better. We stayed a week, found the staff helpful and our room was well appointed with plenty of space. We really liked...More
We stayed 2 nights at this hotel and enjoyed not only the lovely and very tastefully appointed rooms but also the excellent food. We arrived around lunchtime in pouring rain and were happy to have an excellent lunch at their Bistro. The next morning's cooked...More
Lovely Bistro, ambiance and location are great. We were greeted by 2 excellent members of staff, however our server was disinterested and did not even introduce himself. Food was however excellent with a great and varied menu, something for everyone. We tried the cod, the...More
this hotel has the worst hotel of the 500 plus hotels around the world i have stayed in. 98% of the time the wifi does not work at all. a staggering situation for what otherwise is a generally good hotel.
Visit this historic and ritzy Boston neighborhood to soak up its classic New England charm as you stroll down cobblestoned, gas-lamp lined streets. Bring your walking shoes, camera, and select a nice day to wander through the hilly neighborhood and check out its exclusive addresses. Louisburg Square, Mt. Vernon street, Chestnut street and the extremely narrow and widely photographed Acorn street make a nice walking
path. Make sure to meander down Charles street to poke into boutiques and antique shops, cafes, and restaurants on this quaint shopping street. Don’t forget to catch a glimpse up close of the State House with its beautiful and iconic dome.