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Our late (11:30PM) check-in was charmingly handled by the night-porter, then the family moved into two rooms for our two-night stay. Both rooms were indeed quite small, but the bathrooms were each generously sized, and the expert design of the bedrooms (along with notably high...More
A charming hotel retrofitted into a 4 story, 1880s Victorian building. The room I had was a petite queen. It had the bonus of a bay window, and that's something you get in the average hotel. I've been in similar sized hotel rooms in other...More
Arrived by car. No one outside to indicate what to do with the car as valet parking is available.
Room was petit queen. Petit does not cover it. The closet could not be fully opened as it hit the bed. Difficult to walk from the...More
This place far exceeded my expectations - it doesn't look much from the outside but inside is a different story.
I stayed for 3 nights in August while visiting Boston and New England with a friend. The prices for the downtown chain hotels were astronomical...More
Hotel Veritas has the look and feel of a classy boutique hotel. But my visit left a lot to be desired. My room was tiny. No chair in the room. I had to open my suitcase in the closet. No room for a luggage stand....More
very close to the subway, ie no more than a 2 block walk. the hotel is about 2.5 miles from copley sq. we have walked from the hotel to the Charles (by MIT) to see the skyscrape, but did not walk across the... More
very close to the subway, ie no more than a 2 block walk. the hotel is about 2.5 miles from copley sq. we have walked from the hotel to the Charles (by MIT) to see the skyscrape, but did not walk across the bridge....
There is also bus service, but I would probably use the "T"
If your visit is to enjoy walking in Boston vs Cambridge, I would opt for a different hotel(though we loved the Veritas)