Harborside Inn is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Boston, offering a charming environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Faneuil Hall Marketplace (0.2 mi) and Acorn Street (0.8 mi), guests of Harborside Inn can easily experience some of Boston's most well known attractions.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to 24 hour front desk, baggage storage, and newspaper while staying at Harborside Inn. In addition, Harborside Inn offers breakfast, which will help make your Boston trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is parking available to guests.
If you like Vietnamese restaurants, Harborside Inn is conveniently located near Pho Basil, Beantown Pho & Grill, and Pho Pasteur.
If you’re looking for something to do, Freedom Trail (0.6 mi), Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum (0.5 mi), and HarborWalk (0.1 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Harborside Inn.
Enjoy your stay in Boston!
My flight to Boston had arrived early so I was worried when I arrived at this hotel sooner than expected. Thankfully for me my room was ready and I was promptly checked in and given my room key. To my slight surprise rather than it being an electronic key card, it was actually a manual key which seemed a bit old fashioned but it wasn't a major issue. Far as the room went it was nice and comfortable. Fairly spacious too with a good wifi signal. What let me down was despite it being on the top floor it had no view and due to the location I never received much natural light into the room. So therefore I couldnt actually tell whether it was night or day until I left my room to go out. Thankfully the location was very convenient as it was only 5 minutes away from Quincy market and literally right outside a metro station. I would happily stay here again given a chance.…
We really enjoyed our stay this past weekend. The location is incredible. My wife and I were joking that everything we wanted to do ended up being < .03 miles so we never got any steps in to walk off all that Italian food. The team at the front was really helpful and gave fantastic recommendations. I really enjoyed how the building holds some of the original brick walls and signage but it feels so new. Definitely recommend for other people who want to be centrally located and not pay too much.
We were astounded at the quality of service. The staff obviously cared about your wellbeing and were extremely accommodating. You can’t beat the price and once you walk in, you feel like a king/queen with the gorgeous decor.
The whole experience was great. The staff are friendly and attentive, the decor is beautiful and stylish. You wouldn’t expect any of this for the price. You will not find a more comfortable or affordable place to stay in Boston.
As a boutique hotel the place tries to have all the finishes one would expect from such a place, but because it was cobbled together from lots of different former venues, the floors are uneven & the interior windows all looked onto what were essentially airshafts. We had a view of other windows in the hotel, which meant there wasn't much light in the room. While the decor is simple & straightforward; with a large unit housing the 60" television (good), a small bistro table & two chairs (comfortable), two nightstands built into the bed unit (with plugs), a large leaning mirror on one wall & a nicely finished bathroom that sadly had only a shower & no bathtub. While we normally prefer twin beds, they only had Queens & Kings available, which while comfortable was saggy on the sides. However, we were both tired & needed to relax after our long morning. The location is great offering quick & easy access to everything one would want to see in Old Boston. There is also a subway stop across the Greenway & 7 Eleven on the corner.…
We stayed here on two occasions in Boston. Good location and it all looks great but no great accolades about the place itself. The rooms look great, plastic cups for water or drinks. An ice machine downstairs. No coffee machine or drip coffee in the room for tea of coffee. No microwave to heat a cup of water. An awful coffee pump at breakfast. Not really a breakfast, just a muesli bar. Of course it’s American coffee. Maybe coffee bags would be better. Perhaps that’s just a comment on awful American pump coffee. Our first room, in a very humid Boston Weekend was nice, but the noise from the aircon kept us awake. Like a drill going through the building. We had maintenance look at it and they said, oh sorry, we’ll look at it when you leave. We came back to a different room and it’s still intrusively noisy so we preferred to sleep with the window open. This place is insanely expensive for what it is. Maybe position is great but give us a little more. I’m sorry I can’t say much more than that the bed was comfortable and that there was a safe in the room. Oh, also the T is right out the front door. Sad and expensive, and jaded staff….even after years of Covid.…
We stayed here while in vacation in Boston. Very nice clean rooms although the bed was a bit hard. Excellent location within attractions within walking distance. Car rental a block away and subway station right bt the front door. Bar was closed but did offer coffee and breakfast bars in the morning.
The room was dingy (we needed the light on all the time due to lack of natural light). We lacked the basics of a decent hotel. When we commented that there were no tea/coffee making facilities in the room we were told that, provided the desk wasn't busy, we could go down 6 flights of stairs to collect hot water (in the even we bought ourselves a coffee making machine for our visit since this was clearly not practical). The shower was very difficult to manage and we had several cold showers. Breakfast consisted of apples , granola bars and coffee only
I didn't realise how great a location this hotel is! Right by the Harbor, North End, Quincy Market, there's a T entrance right outside the hotel. Very well located, and Boston is very walkable. The hotel must be on the older side, old light switches, AC unit and doors. Bed was alright, not the greatest, squeaked a little bit - and watch that edge of the bed, we hit our legs on it a few times!! Bathroom was good. Nice high ceilings. We had an interior facing room, I didn't realise we'd booked but was fine. Water available 24/7 in the lobby, coffee, fruit and granola bars available in the morning. Bar/restaurant is currently closed but will be opening up under different management from the hotel.
Second stay at the Harborside Inn, Boston and will definitely return! Both times were superior. The front desk staff were most helpful and courteous. Can't beat the location, steps to Faneuil Hall and all it has to offer, minutes to the excellent eateries in the historic north end and across the street from Boston Harbor! Oh and forgot to mention, The Black Rose, a landmark Irish Pub is across the street! The accommodations were excellent, very comfortable sleeping and quiet. Would highly recommend this Inn!