Other than the fact that the elevators smelled a little musty (which isn't really a problem because you don't spend a lot of time in the elevators), this was a very nice hotel. The room was clean and fresh, and the pillows/beds were very comfortable.
Our room had 2 double beds (a little smaller than queen beds), and the room was the size of a typical hotel room. By looking at the floorplan on the back of the door, we noticed that most of the other rooms on the floor were a lot bigger (more like suites, I suspect). However, we had plenty of space in our room.
We were in Boston on business, and typically stay in the financial district, but this time we decided to try staying in Back Bay. What a beautiful area! One block over, on Newbury Street, was block after block of trendy shopping and outdoor dining. You can easily take the subway or a taxi to the financial district, but the weather was nice so we walked. It was about a 35 minute walk, which we didn't mind since the weather was beautiful.
I would definitely stay here again!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Eliot Hotel is set on one of the most beautiful boulevards in America, a stone's throw from fashionable Newbury St. shopping, Copley Place and Boston’s major art galleries and cultural attractions, as well as universities and research centers. This historic, boutique hotel provides European luxury and unique elegance not found in other downtown Boston area hotels. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Eliot Hotel Boston
- Eliot Suite Hotel