|"Great location for all sightseeing!"||(in 540 reviews)|
|"Friendly and very helpful staff."||(in 414 reviews)|
|"The Boston Cream Pie was excellent"||(in 13 reviews)|
|"Bathroom was small and outdated."||(in 201 reviews)|
|"It is an old hotel."||(in 156 reviews)|
|"Was given a full size bed."||(in 41 reviews)|
|great location||in 1,621 reviews|
|friendly staff||in 845 reviews|
|old hotel||in 760 reviews|
|room was small||in 516 reviews|
|double bed||in 427 reviews|
|boston common||in 260 reviews|
|full size||in 169 reviews|
|front desk||in 119 reviews|
|heart of downtown||in 95 reviews|
|history of the hotel||in 71 reviews|
|old world charm||in 58 reviews|
|parker||in 58 reviews|
|freedom trail||in 52 reviews|
|walls are thin||in 42 reviews|
|beautiful lobby||in 35 reviews|
|cream pie||in 22 reviews|
The bed was super comfortable and the room was very cozy, clean, and quiet. The hotel is beautiful and so full of history. The two bars are both excellent. I love the location, being directly between old town and Boston Common. I couldn't ask for a better first stay in Boston.
Honestly, nothing. It was perfect!
Location was good. Pretty hotel.
No wi-fi, walls were very thin and cleaning staff was loud in the hallways- they woke us up both days. Besides the women behind the counter, no other staff smiled... literally. The bellhop, valet, restaurant staff, etc. They all looked miserable. Very strange.
It looked nice in appearance
The front desk did not do as professionally as he could have. I waited interacted with him for almost 30 minutes before he finally checked me in.
Beautiful historic hotel in a fabulous location
This hotel was stunning! We were instantly greeted by professional and friendly valet and escorted into the lobby, which is breathtaking. The history alone is what motivated us to book our stay, but the service, decor, location, and comfort of the bed is what will make us stay here again and again in the future.
The rooms and bathroom are very small, but the comfort and decor make up for the small spaces.
Expensive. Small rooms.
4 stars..... a joke!
The history of the place and the location
Superior rooms are old, small, no safe, no fridge, no water in the room, terrible isolation....and the place is worn out... not worth 3 stars at European standard! A rip off!
The staff were awesome What a wonderful stay at such an historic hotel
No free breakfast
Historic hote, in good location.
First hotel I have stayed in where elevators were something I discussed. as in "waiting 15 minutes in line to get on an elevator".
Kayak screwed up
When we arrived the hotel was sold out and did not go or our "guaranteed reservation" for a double room. We were instead offered a full size bed and a cot for the same rate even though the room sells for $50 less. Spent most of our night on the phone with Kayak who didn't care. Says it's non refundable yet how they can say it's a guaranteed reservation when clearly it's a maybe!
Horrible customer service by hotel manager and kayak. Hotel didn't offer to call around or find other accommodations for us.
Had to move rooms 3, almost 4, times. The whole situation was handled very poorly until we finally were helped by a manager. Just wish it did not have to get that far... Overall, the hotel is extremely outdated, struggled to control the temperature in the room and the walls were so thin we heard a screaming child all night. Images online are extremely deceiving and lead to a disappointing experience as a whole.
Although small, the room was comfortable and the shower quite lovely. Plenty of hot water in the morning. A blizzard was expected so I decided to check out a day early, and this was hassle free. I did not ask for the name of the person who helped me with the checkout, but she was very polite and extremely helpful. The door man and valet folks were quick to bring my car and wish me a safe journey. Overall a very pleasant stay and I was able to accomplish that which I was in town for.
I found sleep very difficult due to the noise level throughout the first night of my stay, which was a Tuesday. Many drunk people coming to rooms late very loud in the hallway and then one couple in the room next to mine arguing until approximately 4am.
There is no better way to fully experience Boston than to stay in the heart of the historic city center. Omni Parker House has been a symbolic downtown Boston hotel since 1855, making it America’s longest continuously operating hotel. The accommodations have been expertly designed to capture the historical essence of the structure while offering modern, luxurious amenities.
Guests can choose from guestrooms or suits. Each room offers plush robes, a hairdryer, coffeemakers, an iron and ironing board, coffee makers, room service, and energy-efficient windows. The property amenities include a fitness center, bar/lounge, meeting rooms, and restaurant.
Omni Parker House is located across the street from Boston Common and stands at the foot of Beacon Hill. Just steps away from the hotel are classic Boston attractions such as Freedom Trail, the Boston Athenaeum, Old City Hall, and Park Street Church. Day time adventures are so easy to enjoy while staying at this perfectly positioned hotel.
Guests can conveniently experience the downtown Boston nightlife. The Orpheum Theatre provides live entertainment in a historic building. The Beantown Pub and Emmet’s Pub and Restaurant are just a block away from Omni Parker House and offer food and beverages that give guests a taste of the night scene in Boston.
When it comes to exploring an area with such a historical significance like downtown Boston, it is hard to beat a hotel with more than 100 years of experience. Omni Parker House is a great place to stay to get a real taste for the culture and history of downtown Boston.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
A buffet breakfast is available at Parker’s Restaurant at the Boston Omni Parker House Hotel every morning from 6:30 am to 11:00 am on weekdays and from 7:00 am to 11:30 am on weekends, offering a variety of items for $26 per person. Alternatively, you can choose to order items a la carte choosing between an egg dishes, healthy options or a sweet start of the day. If you happen to be staying at the hotel on the weekend, you can join the weekend brunch instead which is on every Saturday and Sunday from 11:30 am to 2:00 pm.
Both dogs and cats are allowed at the Boston Omni Parker House Hotel, and guests are able to have up to two pets per room, with each pet’s weight not exceeding 25 lb. The hotel charges a pet cleaning fee of $100 per room per stay, and when not in the room, dogs must be kept on a leash throughout the property.
If you are planning to use public transport to get from the airport to your accommodation at the Boston Omni Parker House Hotel, you will need to get on board bus line 33 or 88, both available from the Terminal C-Shuttles station, heading towards the Airport MBTA Station. From the station, hop on board the Blue Line metro train heading towards Bowdoin, and get off after 3 stops at the State MBTA station. The hotel will then be less than a 5m walk away from the station.
The Boston Omni Parker House Hotel offers all young kids who visit the hotel a backpack with items designed to make their stay more fun, as part of the Omni Kids Crew program. They will receive an activity book with crayons, card games, binoculars and a board game. In addition, all restaurants at the hotel offer the Omni Kids Crew coloring menu with crayons and a special cup. If you are looking for the best room for your holiday, look into booking the Freedom Trail Family Suite which comes equipped with a kid’s sleeping area with bunk beds, bean bags and an activity table, as well as a chalkboard wall that the kids can draw on.
The gym has a Get Fit Kit which guests can order from the front desk of the Boston Omni Parker House Hotel, which includes an exercise mat, hand weights and a resistance band. This kit is perfect for those who prefer exercising in privacy in their room and is available for guests at no extra charge. (Prices checked 27/05/19).
Boston Omni Parker House Hotel is located at 60 School Street in Downtown, 0.2 miles from the center of Boston. Old State House is the closest landmark to Boston Omni Parker House Hotel.
Check-in time is 4:00 PM and check-out time is 11:00 AM at Boston Omni Parker House Hotel.
No, Boston Omni Parker House Hotel does not offer free Wi-Fi.
No, Boston Omni Parker House Hotel does not offer free parking.
No, Boston Omni Parker House Hotel does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Boston Omni Parker House Hotel is 2.7 miles from Boston Logan Intl. Boston Omni Parker House Hotel is 12.9 miles from Norwood Memorial.
No, Boston Omni Parker House Hotel does not have a pool onsite.
Boston Omni Parker House Hotel has implemented the following measures:
Daily cleaning, increased availability of sanitation products.
Lobbies with safe social distancing.
Minimal contact with hotel personnel and other guests.