|Distance to city center||0.3 mi|
|Nearest Airport||Boston Logan Intl|
|Distance to airport||2.8 mi|
|"Nice atmosphere, comfy compact room."||(in 75 reviews)|
|"Very helpful and friendly staff"||(in 88 reviews)|
|"Great location for sightseeing all around Boston"||(in 45 reviews)|
|bar and restaurant||in 26 reviews|
|beautifully appointed||in 4 reviews|
|bed was very comfortable||in 46 reviews|
|boutique hotel||in 55 reviews|
|breakfast when the restaurant downstairs||in 51 reviews|
|complementary breakfast||in 31 reviews|
|fastest check||in 5 reviews|
|great location||in 81 reviews|
|king bed||in 52 reviews|
|mini bar||in 22 reviews|
|north end||in 5 reviews|
|offer free bikes||in 6 reviews|
|office buildings||in 3 reviews|
|room was very small||in 157 reviews|
|staff was friendly||in 133 reviews|
|td garden||in 26 reviews|
|walking distance||in 22 reviews|
Perfect but not the restaurant
Location. Nice personne at the entrance. Very clean and original. Confort. Smell good everywhere. Loved our room.
The shower need to offer a better shower system. We were Frozen. Restaurant is more a fast food. À lot of choices in the menu in the elevator...many meal are not present in the menu in the restaurant. The girl didn’t have explanation. We had 4-5 mistakes in our order. No vegetable in our plate. Tones of fries, and your meat choice. Forget it for a romantic dîner a saturday night...
nice pillows and pretty good mattress.
The gym was a little small.
Valet guy. Drawing on room wall. N/A
Front desk staff - rude, unhelpful, not knowledgeable. Literally acted like cared zero shits about your hotel and your guests. Upon check-in they seemed upset, acting like our arrival was imposing on their evening. It was raining and we requested an umbrella, which meant she had to leave the counter, this had her huffing and puffing. No greeting upon entry, ever. Not accommodating, whosoever. Just poor, poor service.
We checked in, headed up to our room, and found a party going on in it. Upon reporting that to the front desk, they were completely confounded. They found another room (supposedly larger than the first) and gave us drink coupons for the inconvenience. No problem. The room was small. 6" between the end of the bed and the desk. But otherwise ok. So we headed down to the bar and ordered two dry martinis a tiny bit dirty. They were out of Stoli so the bartender gave us a premium Stoli. The drinks came back with so much olive brine that they were green. Not drinkable, so we decided to head out for dinner. Upon leaving the coupons we were told that they didn't apply to premium drinks. We suggested paying the difference (for undrinkable cocktails) and the bartender got an attitude and said "just forget it". Finally, upon leaving the next morning, the smallish elevator stopped on the next floor down and the housecleaner got on with her cart, a big garbage bag stuffed with laundry, and a huge gray garbage can on wheels. We were crammed into the back corner of the elevator with our bags. How strange!
Terrific value and location
I loved the modern interior design and how friendly and helpful the staff was. My wife and I stayed at the Boxer for two nights for our mini-moon. We told the front desk staff that it was our honeymoon, and then about ten minutes later, a piece of red velvet cake and a bottle of champagne arrived at our door, completely on the house. We were very impressed.
My only complaint is that the rooms in the pictures from the website looked bigger than our actual room.
Love love love The Boxer
Beautiful hotel, incredibly friendly staff, old fashioned luxury with modern touches, amazing bed
The staff was extremely helpful and friendly, especially Fred!
I'm not too keen on the standup shower. Sometimes it's nice to soak in a tub while on vacay.
Services was fantastic at this hotel. The room was ready right away, and my request for extra's in the room was honored. Ease of taxi service, and just across the street from the T and garden.
Location, beds and pillows very comfortable. Clean except for under sink and mold in shower.
Room was extremely small, bairly ok for one person, VERY cramped for two.
Staff was fantastic!! Front desk, bartenders, valet...everyone! Super personable and accommodating! I will remember most by name. Room was "loft-like", super cozy unique. Short walking distance to the water, aquarium, good bars and restaurants! We would definitely stay here again!
Great location in center of city. Clean and well maintained. Unique and accentric feel.
Thin walls, could hear everything going on in the hallway. Hard pillows, my neck and head hurt so bad in the morning. Tiny rooms.
The Boxer Boston Hotel is one of the most centrally located downtown Boston boutique hotels. Guests here can easily access the attractions that compose one of America’s oldest cities in style. This hotel offers an ideal location for vacationers with diverse interests. Guests at The Boxer Boston Hotel can choose from 80 rooms and suites. The unique triangular structure of the Flatiron Building where this hotel is located ensures that each accommodation offers a new experience. For repeat Boston visitors, this hotel is most ideal. Each accommodation at The Boxer Boston Hotel is fully-equipped with an iHome for access to preferred music, a Keurig coffee maker, 32” flat-screen TVs, and complimentary WiFi. The rooms are decorated with 1970s style lamps to give a vintage feel to the décor. The hotel itself is located between the historic North End of Boston and Beacon Hill. Guests can walk to concerts at TD Garden or take a run along the Charles River. The Freedom Trail is a great place for guided walking tours where guests can learn about the unique and inspiring history of Boston. The West End Museum is just a tenth of a mile from The Boxer Boston Hotel and offers incredible pieces from historical events in America. Sports fanatics will appreciate The Sports Museum located less than a quarter mile away from the hotel. Educational experiences are abundant in this historical part of Boston. The Boxer Boston Hotel is a great vacation spot for sight-seers, music lovers, and sports fanatics. The proximity to local attractions cannot be beaten, and the unique structure of the hotel is an attraction in itself. This is the place to go for a real taste of Boston’s history and culture.
Based on 1,153 reviews
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