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26 Chandler Street, Boston, MA 02716, United States of America – Show map
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Food & Drink
Bar, Restaurant with Dining Menu
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
No parking available.
Public parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is not needed) and costs USD 27 per day.
24-Hour Front Desk, Tour Desk, ATM on site, Concierge Service, Daily Housekeeping, Fax/Photocopying
Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Elevator, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Air Conditioning
French, English, Arabic
From 3:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 18 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
Extra beds are not available.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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Guests are required to show a photo ID and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all Special Requests are subject to availability and additional charges may apply.
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Overlooking Fenway Park and just a 3-minute walk to the Kenmore light train station, this historic Boston hotel features on-site dining.
Score from 1384 reviews Very good
Just one mile from Fenway Park, this downtown Boston hotel is adjacent to Northeastern University. It features an on-site beauty salon and an outdoor swimming pool. All rooms include a cable TV.
Score from 340 reviews Good
Built in 1877, this boutique Boston hotel is less than 2 blocks from Boston Common. It features free Wi-Fi, a 24-hour front desk and a daily continental breakfast buffet.
Score from 1817 reviews Review score
This landmark Boston hotel in Back Bay has rooms with free cable TV and wired Internet access. Boston Common is a 10-minute walk from the property and Hynes Convention Center is 1 mile away.
Score from 1002 reviews Very good
At South End which is a beautiful neighbourhood. The hotel room was basic and clean- what I expected for a three star hotel. The restaurant is very good and the staff in there were all great.
Room was very hot, had to leave the window open. Could hear everything in rooms either side.
Location, clean, affordable
The price for the location was awesome. The staff was top notch. It felt very warm and inviting. I will miss everyone there!!
The only thing I missed was a bath tub. However that was no deal breaker.
the location was really close to a train system and the awesome public park. Really easy to get to and from the airport, nice part of town.
the bed was as hard as a rock, no give at all when you sit down i have never slept on a mattress so hard my back was killing me the next day. we checked in a little late and there was no one at the front desk. I used the house phone to call the operator but there was no answer after about 20 rings. had to go to the bar next door to get the server to flag down a staff member to check in
Easy access to the Back Bay T-Station as I had to commute to and from Cambridge during my stay at the Hotel
Rooms were small and adequate but I could have done with a table in the room even if just a small one.
Room and location was good. You get what you pay for. Rooms are small but cosy and clean
No breakfast included which was disappointing.
Location is perfect. Right in the heart of the South End for a reasonable rate.
There is not a good space to set up a computer.
The location in proximity to the airport is perfect. Not too far from restaurants such as B&G Oysters which was fabulous.
The staff was not very pleasant. Upon my arrival (I travelled solo) I had 2 large suitcases, a backpack and a purse. Neither of the "concierge" working at the desk greeted me nor did they offer assistance. The room was fairly clean with a strange smell and the bed was a bit uncomfortable.
Staff were very friendly, happy to chat about our visit, offer advice about the city and places to visit. We had initial problems with the wifi from our room on the top floor, the reception staff found us an alternative room on the fifth from where internet worked perfectly. Room was good, shower area was larger than most. Recommended.
allows pets stylish rooms great neighborhood, historic, brownstone-south end really close to Amtrak that we take from NYC professional, warm staff fabulous newly-renovated 1st floor lounge and restaurant: Trophy Room not sure I can think of one aspect that is not a plus.
the bathroom is on the small side - not a problem for me on this solo visit. but my big husband, when he joins me, complains of it.
The staff was really helpfull, the bedroom was clean and nice.
Don't have wifi in the bedrooms, you have to go to the floor hall to use wifi
Great bar scene in hotel, trendy and chic
Parking was still costly, no breakfast served
We had a night planned in Boston and were looking for somewhere that was close to where we were going and inexpensive. We found both here including a great place to have breakfast in the morning right next door. After reading some of the reviews, I was a bit worried but I was very surprised to find that it was small, contemporary and just what we wanted for the night; for us it was perfect! I would definitely stay again and recommend the Chandler Inn.
The room was super clean and comfortable.
Staff were completely expressionless and emotionless during check-in - gave the place a slightly weird vibe.
Very nice neighborhood, two blocks from the underground. Short walk to a great shopping area, good restaurants etc. a longer walk to the city center.
The room and bathroom were a bit small. If traveling with a lot of luggage it would have been a problem.
Staff could not have been more accommodating!
The staff did not go out of the way to help us. We asked about a shuttle bus to the airport and the woman behind the desk told my husband we could either take the subway or a taxicab.Overall the place was fine. A bit off the beaten path, but once we got our bearings we were fine.
Friendly Staff, an early breakfast with good coffee on the week-days. Location is great--walkable to everything in much of the center of Boston, and one block from Back Bay Station on the Orange Line--one of the busiest and most central stations in Boston. And the place had been spiffed up since my last visit there some 7 years ago.
Not being able to have breakfast on the premises on Saturday am.
Room was adequately comfortable and clean. Bathroom small but nice with marble tiles and nice shower. We were able to get food at restaurant quite late.
First room offered smelled of sewer gas. We could not have stayed in it without being sick. They moved us to another room. It was 401 I believe. Do not stay in that room until problem is fixed. Price was very high.
On Tremont: the butcher shop (excellent menu) B&G'S oysters, and the Buttery on Shamut Street
, the downpour of rain !
Good location. Polite stuff. Nice rooms and clean.
The heating did not work, so we asked to change room. The second room did not have good internet quality, it was very slow. The bathroom sink did not work properly in both rooms as a result after washing my hands, the water remained there for a couple of minutes. I think it was expensive.
- Location is pretty good, main sights and city center within walking distance. - Requests (early check-in/room on a higher floor) were fulfilled. - Helpful staff
- Incredibly small bathroom - Very soft bed - No complimentary breakfast
Poor breakfast, almost everything sweet..
Reasonable hotel for a city centre close to the city.
Paying extra for electricity on top of the hotel price.