We stayed on the Casita for two nights. Neither my fiance or I wanted to really go to Boston but the lure of staying on the water was special. The room was decent, especially for the price. We were within walking distance of the North End T station and the North End itself offered excellent dining choices. I have to agree with other reviews that once checked in, you were on your own. The blanket on the bed is very thin and I was freezing. We were given a folder with information and pamphlets, but if you are looking for some advice as to what to see and where to go, you probably won't get it from the staff members.
I probably would not stay here again, especially because I have no reason to go to Boston again. However, if you are looking for a fun and different type of hotel experience that is inexpensive and in the heart of the city, this is not a bad option, unless you get sea sick.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- B&B's on boats at one of Boston's finest marinas in the heart of Boston directly on the Freedom Trail. Easy access to restaurants, museums, historic sites and all that Boston has to offer. Comfortable unique accommodations. Pool, bbq areas, and fantastic water views all within walking distance to major attractions. ... more less