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This Brookline hotel is a short drive from downtown Boston and less than one mile from Longwood Medical and Academic area. It has a bistro and free Wi-Fi. Loved the shops around the neighborhood, proximity to local transportation the T. room was great! Lobby was a great place to meet
The Coolidge Corner Guest House: A Brookline Bed and Breakfast provides air-conditioned rooms in Brookline. Featuring a shared kitchen, this property also provides guests with a terrace. Location was wonderful and staff very pleasant and friendly. We enjoyed the “family style” breakfast setting and met many interesting people.
This bed and breakfast is in Brookline and is one mile from Boston College. This property is a 19th-century brownstone and features free Wi-Fi in every room. Comfortable bed and clean room and shower. Staff very friendly and good WiFi. The T into the centre is right across the street and takes approx 20 minutes to Copley.
This charming Brookline hotel is located one block from public transportation and 2 miles from Boston Common. The hotel features in-room massages, a buffet style breakfast every morning and free... The staff was extremely friendly and I loved the classic style home which is elegantly decorated.
Located in Brookline Village, at 4.6 mi away from Boston, Harvard Square offers its guests gleaming hardwood floors, high ceilings, large windows, ceiling fans in each room. Parking is available. Great place, even more than we hoped for. It had all the amenities needed for a long stay, the apartment felt cozy, comfortable and very clean. The communication with the company was amazing, and we got answers and solutions to our every need.
Coolidge corner is a great place to stay. Hop on green line to city. Great restaurants movie theatre and Brookline Booksmith. Coolidge Corner Guest House great place to stay walking distance 5 minutes to everything plus Trader Joe’s.
The brookline area was wonderful at times a little bit confusing because of the bike lanes I felt I had to Eyes in the back of my head just to make sure I wouldn’t hit somebody on a bike while I was driving. Too many traffic lights and not enough time to cross a street
The Inn is only a short walk from the restaurants and shops of Brookline. There is a choice of 3 tram stations within a 7 minute walk which was lucky as one of the green branch lines was closed for refurbishment the weekend we were there.
Brookline is a wonderful residential neighborhood with amazing restaurants and great medical facilities. We ate at Bottega di Capri. Oh, yeah, gotta check that out. Total yum. Here's something weird: wild turkeys roaming the streets. That's totally freaky. Great architecture and ambience.
One -The hotel had water coming in from the ceiling. Two - the rooms AC was on all the time, was not able to switch off. Three - The hotel itself spells of mold. You really need to refurbish this hotel, its just too old. This should be 2 stars
The rooms was clean some of the staff was friendly others was not. The breakfast was great. I didn't like the fact it cost a extra $35 dollars a night to park at the hotel after you already paid $200 or more a night for the room
Comfortable bed and clean room and shower. Staff very friendly and good WiFi. The T into the centre is right across the street and takes approx 20 minutes to Copley.
The staff was extremely friendly and I loved the classic style home which is elegantly decorated.
Facilities, it super clean and quiet, everything was how we expected.
Clean and convenient and safe location