One of the oldest if not the oldest hotels in Boston. Whilst the public rooms have chandeliers and oak panelling and looked steeped in history, the bedrooms are a little tired, especially the fittings in the bathroom, where the chrome had rusted due to water evaporation.
However the beds and pillows were very comfortable. The hotel is ideally situated to easily walk all the major sights in Boston within 30 mins and the staff were very welcoming and helpful.
One tip would be not to have a room too close to the lifts as they are rather noisy. A high floor or low floor makes no real difference.More
- Free Wifi