|"Staff very friendly and helpful."||(in 224 reviews)|
|"Faneuil Hall is across the street!"||(in 35 reviews)|
|""Great location, beautiful hotel with friendly staff.""||(in 78 reviews)|
|"Expensive parking but it’s Boston"||(in 33 reviews)|
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Location, friendly staff, clean and comfortable
Everything was fine
Great place to stay, super location, onsite restaurant was fabulous! We would definitely stay there again!
It was nice...
Location Rooms were nice, beds/pillows comfortable Love the showers! Food was good Staff was very pleasant
on the 3rd floor we heard EVERYTHING outside! (the club across the street, the trucks back up alarms) The bathroom door was a pocket door and was REALLY hard to close. The toilet was not screwed down all the way which caused it to wobble and make loud noises on the tile floor. We got a 'coupon' for the onsite restaurant. It had no exclusions listed although it is safe to assume alcohol would not be included..but neither were 'specials'...
Friends get away
Everything! Walking distance to everything. Clean comfortable friendly. What more can you ask for?
Our suite with a fireplace and balcony was amazing! The staff was extremely friendly and accommodating!
Great Attention to Detail
Great location across from Faneuil Hall, just a couple of blocks from the water front, the North End and a T stop. I like the excellent morning coffee available for free in the lobby. The Keurig machine and K-cups in the room. The free daily newspapers in the lobby from four major newspapers. I liked the free late afternoon leomanade in the lobby. The restaurant has some excellent deals buck a shuck oysters from 4:30-:6:30 everyday. The $20 New England Lobster Meal that included; Corn on the cob, seafood chowder, a lobster and more. The restaurant had el fresco dining as well as a wall of windows on North Street right across from Faneuil Hall. The lobby was beautiful and very inviting. They even had a game section on the bookshelves for kids and families. The portico was very unique and mostly sheltered. The staff was very polite and helpful. The view from the rooms with the little balconies was a beautiful touch. The wall of windows in your room was wonderful. The late check out noon, the fact that they would store your bags in a locked room with a video monitor and would tagbyour bags they were holding like you were boarding a plane.
Just a couple small things would be nice: more towel racks to hang towels in the bathroom and a refrigerator other than a completely full mini bar refrigerator with items for sale.
Stayed here twice. Both for location. Room rates are pricey but you are in the midst of downtown Boston. The in-house restaurant was serving a $20 lobster dinner special which was fantastic. Valet parking is easy and staff is very courteous. There is an extra charge for valet at $49. Again very pricey but if you are staying for a few days it evens out. The room was a standard king that was comfortable, clean and spacious enough for two. We were provided a mini fridg gratis. The usual outrageously overpriced mini bar is present along with bottled water priced at the level of alcohol. Several newspapers are available free.
Apparently the hotel is undergoing updates to its TV and wifi system. That's not a problem but there was no information provided at check in that it was happening. That is a problem. The TV acted up at start up and the wifi was cantankerous. Booting you off and causing you to sign in again and again. Quite slow also.
Nice room, helpful staff, reasonable prices
Tried to book another night and was told they were completely sold out. Looked on kayak and saw availability...
staff was terrific and service oriented.
price for valet parking was steep.
Loved the location, the amenities and the service. We've already booked our stay for next year!
difficult to adjust the temp in the room - trying to cool the room meant the AC was on full blast.
Excellent location to view all of Boston by foot. We had a wonderful stay and would stay again.
Convenience was superb.
Boston is full of day time and night time attractions. The Bostonian Boston is the place to go for the easy access to the beloved sights and delicious food and cocktail spots. Formally called the Millennium Bostonian Hotel, this hotel still offers all the amenities that guest desire even with the new name.
Guests at The Bostonian Boston can choose from 204 rooms including suites. The Standard Room, Superior Room, and Deluxe Room can accommodate 2 adults and 2 children. Each room is warmly decorated to create a cozy atmosphere. The Studio Suite includes a balcony and fireplace and can accommodate 2 adults.
The Bostonian Boston offers a fitness center, bar/lounge, and room service for guest entertainment. The banquet room, business center, and conference facilities can be made available for events. Guests from around the world are welcomed by the multilingual staff.
Guests can enjoy American cuisine at the North 26 Restaurant and Bar inside the hotel. There are several open markets that can be visited by foot including the Haymarket and Quincy Market. Boston Pizza Tours allow guests to get a taste of some of Boston’s best pizza and starts just a few steps from The Bostonian Boston.
Participating in Boston Crawling is easy when staying at the Bostonian Boston. This tour is a fun way to explore the local Boston pubs and starts just a couple blocks away from the hotel. Pub crawling is a fun and silly way to experience nightlife in the city.
The Bostonian Boston allows visitors to get a real feel for classic downtown Boston. The unbeatable location and great amenities make for a cozy and comfortable accommodation.
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A timeless 8-storey European-style hotel that was built in 1982, simply passing by the outside of the building is an enjoyable experience. Once inside, you’ll feel the charm of the historic establishment and the guests that have come and gone. Located directly on the Freedom Trail, you’ll be within walking distance of a number of the city’s most heralded landmarks including Massachusetts State House, Boston Massacre Site, Old North Church and Bunker Hill Monument.
If you’re going to visit the iconic hotel, book the William Dawes Suite and take in the finest views on offer. Situated on the highest floors, the outdoor seating area provides the chance to look out over the Boston Harbor and Faneuil Hall as the world passes by. Featuring floor-to-ceiling windows, an abundance of natural light fills the room. Nightly reservations are available for approximately $329.
A City Break package provides a $25 voucher to use on food and drink at the hotel. Another popular package is Suite Talk, where you receive discounted rates on the premium suites, VIP concierge and a $25 food and drink voucher. A host of additional services can be purchased to upgrade your stay, including daily breakfast delivered to your room (approximately $25) and chocolate-covered strawberries and champagne (approximately $45).
A special Ask Alfred Children’s program is available for youngsters, which provides a backpack upon arrival. Inside the bag is a teddy bear, stickers, coloring book and crayons, postcards and sweets. North 26 Restaurant & Bar has a dedicated kid’s menu with popular dishes such as pancakes, hot dogs, mac & cheese, chicken tenders and a garden salad.
A delayed check out time of 5:00 pm is available for a fee of approximately $75. In addition to this service, you’ll also receive complimentary Wi-Fi.
The 24-hour business center has two computer stations that charge approximately $0.35 per minute, however free vouchers are offered at the reception. Photocopy and fax services are available for an additional charge. The hotel has a number of event rooms that can be used for business meetings, conferences, product launches, exhibits and galas. Intimate boardroom-style seating is available in the Blackstone and Faneuil Suites, while the grand Seasons Ballroom can host up to 200 guests.
Located only about a 10m drive from Boston Logan International Airport, traveling via Uber or an alternate ridesharing platform is quick and easy. A standard fare to the hotel will cost roughly $20. If you would like to stretch your legs after your flight, you can catch public transport and arrive in 25m. First catch an airport shuttle to the MBTA Airport Station and board a Blue Line train westbound towards Bowdoin. Disembark at Aquarium Station and the hotel is a short 6m walk away. (Prices checked 14/06/19).
The Bostonian Boston is located at 26 North Street in Downtown, 0.1 miles from the centre of Boston. New England Holocaust Memorial is the closest landmark to The Bostonian Boston.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at The Bostonian Boston.
No, The Bostonian Boston does not offer free Wi-Fi.
No, The Bostonian Boston does not offer free parking.
No, The Bostonian Boston does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Bostonian Boston is 2.4 miles from Boston Logan Intl. The Bostonian Boston is 13.2 miles from Norwood Memorial.
No, pets are not allowed at The Bostonian Boston.
No, The Bostonian Boston does not have a pool on-site.