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Featuring an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and a fitness center, The Godfrey Hotel Boston offers accommodations in Boston. Concierge services are available. Location good, hotel rooms large, comfortable bed and good sized bathroom
Featuring an outdoor pool, The Verb Hotel is located in Boston. Free Wi-Fi access is available. Fenway Park is conveniently located 656 feet from the hotel. Super nice facilities and great location!
Built in 1925, the historic Eliot Suite Hotel is located in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood. It offers an on-site sashimi bar and elegantly decorated rooms with down comforters and marble bathrooms. Luxury hotel exellant staff comfortable bed and clean rooms calm
Located less than 820 feet from Fenway Park and 2690 feet from Boston University, Hotel Commonwealth offers in-room spa services and guest rooms with a 32-inch flat-screen smart TV. Beds ate very confortable. I wish i could have more time. Execellent location and restaurants
Centered in Boston's historic Back Bay area, this boutique hotel features a state-of-the-art gym, award-winning dining and elegant rooms with free Wi-Fi. John Hancock Tower is 5 minutes’ walk away. The junior king suite was excellent with lots of space. Free water bottles and coffee/tea daily
Located on Boston's historic waterfront, the Seaport Hotel features on-site dining and rooms with a flat-screen TV. The Silver Line Bus Station is conveniently located next to the hotel. Great location Good bars and restaurants close by. The swimming pool was a treat
This historic Back Bay district hotel is located in the former headquarters of the Boston Police Department. Free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel and an on-site grill and a bar are provided. Staff was friendly, welcoming & helpful. Room was very comfortable & there was a lot of space to store suitcase etc. The dining was wonderful, and the location was PERFECT
This historic, 5-star hotel in downtown Boston was originally the Federal Reserve Bank. It overlooks Norman B. Leventhal Park and features gourmet dining, a luxury spa and elegant rooms. Outstanding hotel, central location, friendly staff especially Salim, excellent food, reasonable price, well maintained facilities
Hampton Inn & Suites Boston/Waltham is located in Waltham. Located around 3.2 miles from Brandeis University, the hotel is also 3.3 miles away from Bentley University. Very clean hotel, but it was only 3 months old. Staff were great and there was a wine and beer bar with appetizers.
Courtyard Boston Downtown/North Station is set in Boston, a 2-minute walk from Boston North Station and TD Garden, home of the Boston Celtics and Boston Bruins. Front desk staff were awesome! They were very positive, personable, and knowledgeable. They really made you feel excited about your stay.
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I am familiar with the Westfield area. This is a good base if you were looking to see various sites in western Massachusetts. Springfield in sites like the basketball Hall of Fame are close. The Berkshires or short 30 mile drive Up the turnpike. Northampton is an in college town with great restaurants, a bike rail trail and various arts and entertainment only a 20 minute drive. Stanley Park has beautiful gardens and areas for a picnic as well as room to play frisbee etc.. Also, look up Grandmother's Garden if you like plants and gardening.
Happening little downtown area. Broad range of activities available for folks of all ages. Pretty exciting nite-life (for Puritan Massachusetts). Walkable "Main St." area provides a broad range of shopping and dining options.
One of the best walking cities in the US. So much history, so much to see, so many places to go. Driving in the city is tough and there is a lot of construction going on, which adds to the driving challenge. But walk or take public transportation to solve that problem. GPS important for getting in and out of city and finding your destinations. Massachusetts State House was amazing and Boston Common and public gardens great for scenery and people watching.
Dislike Massachusetts drivers. Driving in Boston is a nightmare. However, walking in Boston is a delight & the only way to see the city. Fenway Park is a must. JFK Library, Boston Common, &Faneuil Hall are worthy of your time along with the famous Freedom Trail.
Marlborough Massachusetts is a great place to stay/enjoy/relax, while vacationing with the family, traveling for business close to Boston/Worcester & Rhode Island.. Concerts, Sporting events, Red Sox, Patriots, Celtics, Bruins & concert venues.. networking for business, finding new territories with new business growth, this area is a hidden gem of bustling Massachusetts business growth, great cafes,restaurants, hotels, shopping, entertainment, night life etc. The selection of hotels is impressive. Every brand is represented, from 4 star business accommodations, to family friendly hotels & affordable travel, Marlborough is a wonderful, safe and always enjoyable area to stay. High growth area with very good hospitals, medical centers & specialists close by.. UMASS MEDICAL is a mere 7/8 miles away.
The staff, location, and the atmosphere was great! My favorite place in Massachusetts, right next to the beach with many towns nearby to visit and a fantastic kitchen and view.
Boston is a very cultural and historical point! All the Massachusetts state have this progressive atmosphere where you can have information about not only American, but also World History. The Charles River Esplanade, Boston Common and Boston Public Garden are good outdoors places where you can go jogging, biking, or just relaxing and sightseeing. Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) are the avant-garde in Education, and feels so good to taste that atmosphere. There are also the MIT Museum surrounding the University, and the Harvard Squard around Harvard. The MFA (Museum of Fine Arts) is a very good experience, and I totally recommend it. Around Boston, there are many towns where you can see different things. Easy to walk, easy to get public transportation. You can get a train from the airport to any point around!
A beautiful little town in a beautiful part of Massachusetts. My sole purpose for going there was to enjoy the fall foliage, and visit the Clark Museum, and I wasn't disappointed.
West Yarmouth is a great location, centrally located along Route 28, everything is close by including restaurants, shopping, entertainment and beaches. I highly recommended eating breakfast at either Ann & Fran's or the Keltic Kitchen. Dinner at DiParma is superb Italian in a fantastic atmosphere for a reasonable price. (Their house salad dressing is awesome) If its seafood you desire, head to Dennis to the Kream and Kone. Their portions are massive and superb. Prices are reasonable too. Great family restaurant with an outdoor patio eating area also. Downtown Hyannis has some great night spots. My favorite is Torino's with live music all summer long, Thursday thru Sunday. Just a short drive away is the quaint town of Chatham, one of my favs. Eclectic shoppes along Main St. provide a vast selection of gifts to choose from. The shoreline is just ahead where you can park for free near the Lighthouse and just sit and enjoy the vast view where ocean meets the sandbar. At low tide it's fun to watch people drive onto it and then wonder how long they have before the get stranded there at high tide! Lol. And don't miss out on driving further to the Outer Cape. Take Route 6 East all the way to Provincetown and you'll see the Cape Cod National Seashore in Wellfleet which is the largest stretch of preserved beach in all of the Cape, and probably of the state. You'll keep driving out to the point of Massachusetts where the ocean is on either side of you and you can take a Dune Tour as well! All in all, West Yarmouth is a great place to stay while you explore the Cape and all it has to offer.
I loved The Bookstore & the wine bar located inside called Get Lit. They had an amazing cab. We also enjoyed walking at Mount Greystone, which is the highest point in Massachusetts. We bought neat things at the cute shops, as well.
9.0 Wonderful 520 reviews
The staff where very kind and helpful. Even though I’m from Massachusetts my bank flagged my attempt to pay for the hotel as potential fraud. Usually they only do that when I travel to other states. The staff where very patient, understanding, and trusting while I made a phone call to clear it (and also had to wait for a bit until the change went through the whole system). I really appreciated it and even more so since I was just as confused by it all as they where.
7.0 Good 150 reviews
The staff is extremely nice very accommodating and sociable the rooms are very neat and clean I do not have a bad thing to say about the hotel I would highly recommend it to everyone and anyone my stay is very enjoyable and happy and is very quiet and peaceful here it has been a very happy and peaceful stay here I love it I live in Ohio I come to mass a lot to see my daughter and I will be staying here every time I come back to Massachusetts
8.8 Excellent 250 reviews
The hotel was perfect for my family and I during our traveling through Massachusetts! It was very clean, nicely updated and the facilities - including the pool/hot tub and dining area were great! We loved the coffee in the lobby and the breakfast spread was great! The staff were all very pleasant and, though we didnt have our dog, it was nice to know it was bet friendly. Thanks for a great stay!
9.5 Exceptional 43 reviews
Breakfast was included each day in the price and it was amaazing. Every morning we could have fresh bacon and sausage and eggs. There was always a surprise such as the best bread pudding I ever had yesterday morning. The accommodations were historic - awesome four post bed. We were surrounded by 17th century colonial Massachusetts with modern needs addressed.
9.8 Exceptional 70 reviews
The innkeepers Amy and Chris were wonderful. The place was beautiful, clean and filled with Old Cape Cod charm. The breakfast was outstanding. We’re from Massachusetts and have been to the Cape countless times and this was one of the nicest places we have stayed. Perfect for a fall weekend get away.
8.0 Very Good 207 reviews
I like the fact that everyday they cleaned my room and it had good heat very comfortable bed love the flat screen TV definitely going back so if anyone going to Massachusetts for business or pleasure I recommend that you stop at the wagon wheel inn u won't be disappointed
8.3 Very Good 359 reviews
My wife and I have stayed at Seaside several times and make it a point to stay there when we are up in Falmouth Massachusetts. The staff is always extremely accommodating it is right across the street from the beach and the British Beer Company is a great eating venue right next door.
8.8 Excellent 103 reviews
Thanks for including bottled water! I drove from Portland and forgot that the tap water in Massachusetts is....not great. Portland has clearly spoiled me. So having a couple of bottles saved me from having to go out and pick some up. MUCH appreciated.
8.9 Excellent 199 reviews
The duvet on the bed was way too heavy and hot, even when the air conditioning was on -- in May, in Massachusetts! Please just provide a blanket. I ended up using two towels as a blanket. Also, the foam pillows are not very comfortable.
7.7 Good 508 reviews
Perfect location between Hyannis and Providence Town... we liked the balcony outside of our room, the beds were comfortable and the price for what we got was awesome. We will surely state there again when we go back to Massachusetts...
8.2 Very Good 858 reviews
Fairly ordinary hotel, but clean and the staff was very helpful. The location worked well for us as we were using as a hub to visit multiple locations in the Boston and E. Massachusetts area
9.0 Wonderful 868 reviews
Very polite staff and clean rooms. Everything was great from check in to check out. Breakfast was good too. Many things to choose from to eat. Will stay again next time in Massachusetts.
8.6 Excellent 312 reviews
The absolutely beautiful scenic experience in the breakfast area. The totally accommodating staff. The accessibility to the places of interest this area of Massachusetts has to offer.
8.6 Excellent 363 reviews
The customer service etiquette of all the Hotel Staff we interacted with was outstanding. The best service that I have experience in the Massachusetts area.
7.7 Good 147 reviews
Quiet and well suited for those who are on a massachusetts fishing trip. Staff is friendly and quite accommodating.
8.0 Very Good 326 reviews
The location was convenient to I91 and an Event I was traveling to at the University of Massachusetts
7.5 Good 606 reviews
The location is great if you need to commute between Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
9.0 Wonderful 68 reviews
What a delight to stay in this grand home by the Massachusetts seashore!!
8.2 Very Good 847 reviews
great location and lots of amenities and liked the range and quality of food/service at Hearth and Kettle. Everyone was very friendly and the gift shop had great products and a wonderful salesperson.
8.7 Excellent 254 reviews
Everything! Especially the way they treated my 2 dogs!