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The employees were excellent and the room super nice and very clean The only thing that was a little tough was being in the room next to the elevator cause we could hear it always
Location is ideal! You can easily walk to all the major attractions in Boston. It would have been nice to have a refrigerator in the room.
I liked the comfort of the bed and the view of the city. I did not like the staff. Bad customer service and do not know how to handle problems in a professional manner. Need more ppl working the front desk, there was a wait to check in.
Style and general vibe of the hotel. Clean and extremely comfortable rooms. No included coffee/breakfast
Clean, modern decor, bath utilities were excellent. Parking cost was too much. Should offer a discount on parking for people who are staying at the hotel.
Convenient location, very pretty and clean hotel. We had a nice view of the harbor. We had a four-night stay and had to get new room keys 6 times. Housekeeping did not come to our room the day after our arrival. There is no convenience store in hotel. Otherwise it was a great hotel.
Nice lobby, but this hotel needs a major amount of work! Problems: 1) TVs are analog, which means there is no resolution at all. Very blurry. Like 1998 TVs. Shocking at a so-called 4-star hotel. 2) Air conditioners that are so loud it sounded like we had a 747 revving outside our room. We couldn't adjust the AC except to two temperatures: 68 and 74. 3) No mirror in the room. 4) No refrigerator or mini-bar in the room. 5) No blow dryer. 6) Waited 15 minutes for an elevator, then couldn't get on it was so crowded. 7) Rude, arrogant staff except for Serena, and the day GM, who tried to help but wasn't around to do much until it was too late. Don't stay here. There is so much better around!
We could not use the outdoor area due to an event and we were not informed until we got there
Even under construction, the Revere is a wonderful place to stay. Easy walking distance to Boston Common, Chinatown and the Theater District. The staff were wonderful. Especially Richard Pettiglio, the Concierge, who went well out of his way to make sure our stay was exceptional. My ONLY dislikes were: way too little counter space in the bathroom, and that construction shut down half of the elevators during the peak checkout time. Folks with luggage were waiting for > 20 minutes for room in an elevator. The front desk staff did their best, however were definitely understaffed to handle the checkout volume.
Nice hotel-good location - clean rooms and white bedding, which I love Valet parking is over $50/night which seems way high
Clean and comfortable I did not like that, $300 was held on my credit card for "incidentals" without any notice of this policy. Bad business!!!!!
Helpful staff, great location Rooftop pool/bar was noisy late at night; would have liked to have known about it in advance
Room was small
We stayed the weekend and it was really loud. Different groups of people were really loud in the hallways literally ALL night. It was like you were part of a spring break scene all over again.
The staff went above and beyond to make sure that I had everything that I needed. Everything was clean and beautiful.
For one day and night after eye surgery my husband was completely blind. Please give high thanks to the doorman who helped him into the cabs or hotel lobby. After the bandages came off he could again see! Thank you Ma Eye and Ear and Park Plaza Hotel.
Location in Back Bay only redeeming feature. $110 million redo yet very small, noisy rooms. Family was in town for a wedding. A huge Convention was also at the hotel. Noise, noise , noise! Convention goers on our floor had noisy drunken party. Front desk could not deal with them. Offered us new room locations for following night. Our "new" room had no hot water until maintenance was called. Extremely small queen room. Hallways so wide and high, every voice heard in the room. Plumbing noisy and easy to hear voices in next room. Would never stay here again. Too many other quality hotels in the area. Missed the mark with the redo.
the rooms are very old and pips were making so much noise i could not get an hour of sleep
Trash in the room on the floor on arrival...
Beautiful facility. Comfortable. Great food Room was a little small but worked just fine.
My wife and I stayed for a getaway weekend at the Boston Park Plaza and we had an amazing stay. Arriving into the hotel we were greeted immediately by staff and checkin was quick and effortless. The room was immaculate and the bed was comfortable . Before going out for the night we enjoyed drinks in the hotel bar and the staff was amazing. We would highly recommend this hotel
Close to restaurants and shops Rooms are very small. Staff was not very friendly. Horrible check in process.
The address given to me by the hotel was correct. Tons of hidden fees that are mandatory. Booked a king and was given a queen, with ZERO refund given. Would give this hotel a 0/5 if I could. Slapping travelers with hidden, mandatory fees should be illegal.
Great location Every hotel has a bad room. I got it this time- ripped carpet, stains on the wall, broken furniture, barely warm water, no internet and a $17.00 resort fee. Luxury maybe 15 years ago now very sad.
very large room, comfy bed, large bathroom, access to Boston highlights. nothing!
Great staff, from the curb to the desk to concierge and room service--really, really good people. Pricey room service breakfast A toilet whose flush handle was in need of repair
The proximity to the park was ideal for my 12 year old golden retriever. She loved all the attention she received in the lobby. The staff were very friendly and accommodating even during the holiday crush. Highly recommended.
Great location and excellent service. Breakfast choices at hotel where few and overpriced.
Location, location, location. From here it is an easy walk to many fine restaurants, shopping, or for researchers, the NEHGS or the Boston Library (which doubles as an art museum). Little further for the Freedom Trail, but doable if you are used to walking. If you just want to rest and watch the world go by, the Commons is right across the street and at least during the day very safe and family friendly. Caught a late flight but they were more then helpful in storing our luggage and assisting in getting a ride to the airport.
A shower with black mold is gross, even if it is marble. The clock made funny noises about 2am. It wasn't the alarm, maybe a failing battery backup, Thought the maid fixed it, but nope. Only solution was to unplug it. Mentioned it when we checked out. On our last day we left the room for the day we left the AC on to keep the room around 68 deg, imagine our surprise when we returned at 7 pm the room was 87 deg! The AC was no longer functional, and per the "engineer" they sent up the only solution was to open windows. As a result we got to listen to the large air handlers all night. The last day we decided to try the breakfast buffet, the food was okay but certainly not worth the $25/ea! The best thing about this place is the location.
Leah at the front desk was amazingly friendly and attentive to our needs! Car service no longer available. Rooms are getting old and a tad musty
The staff are excellent, the rooms very comfortable and the location is perfect, close to the T and right on the park.
We had a room overlooking Public Garden and it was great. Nice view during the day and at night. Hotel is on Newbury Street and close to nice shopping, good restaurants, Beacon Hill - lots to do. Afternoon Tea is wonderful. We had a suite and they charged us $25 for rollaway bed for our daughter - tacky.
There was a large stain on the carpet and the furniture/appliances were a bit outdated. Location was great and staff was friendly and helpful.
Very clean . Beds very comfortable. Room size great. Needs to redecorate, wallpaper , bathrooms old . And staff is really nice but seems like in slow motion.
After making arrangements for our kids to stay with friends for the night, my wife and I booked a room at the Taj to celebrate our 10th anniversary. Within hours of checking in, we were startled by loud, raucous music. So loud that we had trouble hearing each other from across the room even though we were 3 floors below. Turns out the Taj was hosting a wedding party in the roof. Management said they were booked and couldn't move us. It was so unpleasant, we ended up checking out that same night so we could get a good night's sleep.
No pool due to renovations...not mentioned when reservations were made...not explained when checked in...
Didn't like how the website advertises a pool and spa but they have neither.
The service was great. The staff caters to your every need. The room was very comfortable and provided a nice view of the city.
Location Staff was inattentive and seemed bored. I arranged for a crib for my room for my son and upon arrival, it was not in the room which was hugely inconvenient. I had to call to have it brought up. Also, wifi should be free in this hotel.
The shower kept running hot and cold and I could not set a temperature that was relatively consistent
Arrived in Boston just in time for a heavy snowfall accompanied with a vicious wind. Being from snowy Colorado I was well aware of fast changing weather conditions. The Westin staff were also aware and took on the opportunity to show off their talent. These people know how to take care of customers with their great service, personalities and that always lovely humor. I'll be back!
What you would expect from a Westin. Clean, fairly modern rooms, big TV, complimentary bottled water, coffee and tea. It's connect by skywalks to other malls so you can get to many places without even hitting the street. Had little interaction with the staff but they were all courteous and efficient.
The Westin is located in the heart of Boston with easy access to public transportation, restaurants and shopping. Great location for business travelers. Customer service was also great. Definitely worth checking out for your next business trip!
Location, very comfortable bed Bathroom too small, water with very low pressure
You can get to Copley Place and the Pru without going outside so weather is not an issue. Lots of restaurants nearby including Eataly. Symphony Hall is walkable. You can also walk down Newbury Street to the Public Garden. Hotel is small enough that you're not overwhelmed by people everywhere like the Marriott nearby. Parking is expensive! No coffee/tea in lobby - just in room.
An excellent Boston experience all around
Couldn't ask for a better location. No free wifi. Only basic tv channels.
good hotel, good location, great!
Everything was walking distance from the hotel. Staff was really friendly.
Back bay location is perfect Coffee in lobby and Lobby in general Room furnishings Bathroom Valet parking very slow
The room was a good size and the facilities very good with very good service to support
The location was excellent - just a short walk from Boston Commons, Copley Square, the Green and Orange T lines and commuter lines, and several great restaurants. The room was cozy and provided the necessary amenities and the bed was very comfortable. Heather the concierge went above and beyond our expectations in handling our requests and helping out with some post-Boston Marathon logistics. All of the staff from check-in to the housekeeping staff were exceptionally friendly and helpful. The hotel displayed the charm of a historical building but with all of the necessary modern conveniences. The elevators were a bit small and we had to pass one up at times when there were more than a couple of people waiting or when they were full. The lobby was a bit small and was a bit of a bottleneck during and after check-in. The Precinct bar had a good energy and good drink selection but the food and desserts were just okay (we did not get a chance to try the restaurant). We wish there was a pool or hot tub, which would have been perfect for post-race recovery.
the entire experience was fantastic. The Concierge, Heather, was outstanding.
Excellent and enjoyable stay at the hotel. The hotel staff were very professional and helpful. The facilities were ideal. Cuffs bar is great fun. Good location not noisy, shops and sights not far to walk. N/A
The staff was extremely attentive and eager to help.
The location is great, the restaurant and bar has good food and drinks, the staff was friendly and helpful. We booked three rooms at this hotel because there were 6 of us and we all booked the same type of room but they tried giving one couple in our party a smaller room, but they did fix it so that was good. Also, the refrigerator in our room was broken, but they also came and fixed that right away.
Loved the bathroom. the toiletries (Aveda is great!), the warm towel racks, and the robes. The bed was very comfy and the room was nice and quiet. Our room was TINY! Not much larger than our king size bed. That was disappointing. I also wish there was a coffee maker in the room.
Very comfortable bed and perfectly situated Unrequested early morning wake up call on check out date
I loved the robes, comfort of the bed and pillows, provided toiletries in the bathroom. We also discovered that there was a towel warmer which was very nice. The tv was great- there was a fridge which came in handy when we had left over food. The in room keurig and travel cup was super convenient There was Giant bottle of FIJI water sitting by the coffee machine labeled that it would cost $7.00 for each if consumed. Kind of annoying I wanted them the entire time but couldn't get over the price.... I can't pay $7 for water.
It is in the Copley Plaza and as such closed to every thing and like other hotels in Boston, too expensive for what one gets in return, but this one was less expensive. Though Internet was available, only at exorbitant price; amenities in the room, none; one plain bottle of water was $7.50, though we had a nice view to the street, still the room was not cozy, rather detached , impersonal and with white all around gives the sensation one is in a hospital and it is sickening. no night reading lights. In the middle of night to much lights moving to the room frm out side.. It is clear one is not at home!
the view was the best. Have to get private parking, costed same as my stay at the hotel. waited for 1 hour and made 5 calls to get brushes.
We were upgraded to a corner room on the 36th floor with an incredible panoramic view of the Charles River and the city of Boston. We were two guys gong to a red sox game and even though I had called ahead to request two twin beds, we were given a room with a king bed and fold out chair.
The amenities, the restaurants, the staff, the rooms were all very nice. I was very upset with the fact that my room had no internet access other than paying $13 to $17 a day. I am sure when I made my reservation through Kayak that in the description of the room it read that internet access was included. I called the concierge desk but they were of no help to me. As nice as my stay was, I would not stay at this hotel again nor would I recommend it. The elevators were a mess during my stay too. Everyone staying there was upset and complaining about the incredibly long wait times.
Lovely hotel. Elevator system very efficient. Rooms very spacious. Noisy neighbors. Called front desk and they didn't seem to do anything.
I like the location in the back bay. We're comfortable there because we have stayed there so many times Elevators are a little slow and packed
the room was very clean,great view of the city and the bed was fantatic.will stay again
Located in large shopping mall in center of town. Very clean and relatively comfortable. Water bottle in room cost $7.50. Elevators very slow on occasion. Very old TV system with limited HD channel selection.
Elevators are a disaster, unless you love waiting. No free wifi in the rooms (what year is this????). No fridge in rooms (what year is this???)
I think the hotel feels too old.
U arrived early in the day and they checked me into a lovely room.
Loved everything about staying at the Four Seasons Boston. The service was impeccable and they really made us feel "at home." My kids especially loved the welcome wagon and cookies and milk :) The hotel was clean, warm and inviting and I would absolutely stay there again. Highly recommend!
Staff was very attentive. Great gym! No indoor pool :-(
Very clean and comfortable
Large bed. Excellent view. Robes were comfortable. Location was amazing. Walls were thin.
Easy to get to many places. Wonderful room double beds and separate table and chairs. We were on college visits, close to T station, shopping and even a visit to the Boston Public Library. Staff was very attentive.
The staff was very friendly and eager to make our stay as pleasant and comfortable as they could. The rooms were very comfortable. and quiet. The kids really had a good time in the pool. I found a bobby pin in the bathroom that didn't belong to us. We ran out of shampoo and conditioner. There was no soap holder in the bathroom. The soap bars were too small for the wire holder There were no hand bars in the tub enclosure that an older person,such as myself, could hold on for support while leaning over to wash their feet.
The bell man Lanis, was wonderful. He was funny and eager to help me. He gave good advice and great recommendations
Location was excellent! Our shower head was spraying onto the ceiling and wall. It made puddle in our bathroom.
beds were comfy room was so dirty
Yet another fine experience at The Colonnade! Comfortable rooms, great staff, Rooftop Pool and a Rubber Duck!!! Highly recommend!
Luxurious rooms Well equipped Nice ammenities
- Location - Rooms were nice - Price was reasonable - We stayed there partly because of the rooftop pool, but they sold so many "day passes" on the weekends, that hotel guests like us couldn't get a chair. It was an amenity that they sold right out from under us. Boo!
The location is good. Walkable to many attractions and restaurants. T stop right in front. They didn't have our room ready at the check in time. The sink was clogged with what looked like old vomit. The service was slow. The rooftop pool is tiny as is the area. I definitely wouldn't pay all that money to stay there.
Loved the chandeliers, mirrors, marble, location, service No shop in hotel for sodas, snacks, ice cream
location value for money
The hotel was very clean and very roomy. It also was close to the T Things I didn't like were.. Couldn't get the room to feel completely warm.set thermostat to 78 it barely hit 70. Parked in the parking garage a block away for $22 for the weekend compared to the hotel wanting to charge me $51 to park per day kind of a no brainier. Who's there was a pool or hot tub to relax in during our stay.
staff were very friendly and it was in the best location of Boston. Overall it was an excellent choice - value for the money I paid. At my surprise, opon checking out they charged the normal rate, which was twice more expensive than the Booking.com price. Then I had to show the Booking.com e-mail to bring the price back to the one at which the booking was made. It was a cumbersome process. The hotel staff told me that this kind of problem often took place with the Booking .com.
Great location for shopping. Gold floor staff were very attentive. Worth the upgrade, especially as the Oak bar was so crowded on Saturday night. The Gold lounge was a pleasant oasis.
Great location with warm and welcoming staff. Hold level was excellent.
Deluxe room - lots of space, good desk/lighting/reading chair, excellent bed, large marble bath and amenities. OAK is a great bar and restaurant with excellent food and lively vibe. Room service was prompt, friendly and delicious. And the hotel has a sweet black Lab to welcome guests. Noise from hall seeps in through the old wood doors; not really a problem until a couple drunk bros came in at 4AM and spent 20 minutes in the hall being enthusiastic.
The food, room service staff, the bed, the ambiance. The arrogance of hotelstaff, the way they snubb/address eachother when they do not want to do a task themselves, are gossiping when idle and the lack of interest in guests.
Staff attentive. Nice decor. Great location. A little pricey. Not way high. Just a little.
The interior of the hotel. That was about it. The room was not only small but watching tv was only possible sitting on the edge of the bed on the side. Miserable view. Were prepared to pay more for another room. Briefly - no hotel fully bo No value for a lot of money. Breakfast in the Oakroom was one morning being served by a friendly and polite waiter but the next day it was a very arrogant service as if we had to be thankful to be served.
Easy check in, clean room and great location. Staff was friendly, professional and eager to help. I had an issue with the town car service they provided (no fault of their own) and they resolved it promptly with apologies. recommend without reservation.
Nothing, really. The front desk concierge was not at all helpful. He was aloof, abrupt and dismissive. We mistakenly booked a room with one bed instead of two and when we had a rollaway bed delivered it came with only one thin blanket. We had to ask twice for more blankets. We were put in a handicap room which was dark, dismal and clearly not used frequently. There were no electrical outlets to charge our phones (we unplugged a light fixture.) There were no glasses in the bathroom. We were treated to the droning music from the downstairs dance club until 2 AM. There was nothing redeeming about our stay except good pancakes in the morning.
The staff was very friendly and helpful. The room was beautiful and very clean. Andrew and the valet boys were wonderful. Very professional. You could barely turn around in the, less than spacious, bathroom.
The hotel staff was so courteous and friendly! We were traveling for our anniversary and they were so nice to upgrade our room AND allow us early check-in after we arrived from an early morning flight. I liked the proximity to Boylston and Newberry St. I would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone traveling to Boston. If the hotel was located a little closer to the freedom trail, it would have been perfect for our trip! We didn't mind walking, but did notice it wasn't as central as we thought.
Location is centrally located The room was small and not noise proof
The style of the hotel, convenient location and valet parking were nice. They were accommodating with our bags since arriving early. There was nothing spectacular about this hotel. They made us wait until after 3 pm to check in. I gave the woman at the front desk our phone number while we walked around the city so she could let us know when our room was ready. We walked back to the hotel, it was after 3 and still couldn't check in so we waited in the lobby for about another 30 mins. We finally approached the front desk again and it appeared they had forgot to tell us it was ready. The rooms were nice and location convienent but that's about it. It worked well for one night but I wouldn't stay there for an extended period of time.
Front desk staff was very friendly and helpful. Short walking distance to attractions. Check out was not until 12pm, maid knocked on door the door four times from 8am till 11:36am. Felt like was being rushed out.
The staff was very friendly and helpful. Great location, No restaurant, Two nights I could hear the tenant above me as it sounded like he was bouncing a bowling ball. Only lasted a few minutes each night but not desirable at 11 pm
This was a great hotel for the price, right in the heart of Boston. The room was nice and clean, and the free wifi was a bonus. I arrived late and needed to get dinner, but the restaurant was closed. The staff recommended Star Market, the 24 hour grocery store (LOL), but walking a couple blocks I found a nearby bar that was still serving food.
Comfortable room and helpful staff. House keeping staff entered the room without knocking and need to be more aware of guests who are in their rooms.
The convenience of the location next to Prudential with some of the best local fine dining, and the hospitality of the staff deserve special recognition. The overall ambience is excellent; I highly recommend this place.
Comfortable beds. Nicey decorated room. Pleasant staff. Party crowd in the hallways from 3:30 until 4:30 am even after I asked them to quiet down. Valet parking is $ 50 while a public parking lot is accross the street. Breakfast not included.
Location Rooms are a little dated
Fabulous customer service. The luxury of a boutique hotel, the comforts of home.
The staff was friendly, knowledgeable and accommodating. The room was on the small side, but beautifully appointed and very comfortable. Quiet.
Central location in Boston with excellent service. Staff is always there to cater to your needs. Spacious and comfortable rooms, beautiful boutique hotel. Great restaurant too.
I liked the location and the fact that I was granted a late check-out on the day of departure The constant attention of all the staff located in the lobby. would have liked to walk through there once without having to tell them all how I was doing.
Friendliness of all staff Last time I stayed it cost 75$ a night. I know it was 30 years ago.... I miss Diamond Jims
Great location, good hotel. They should have a kettle in the room.
Great staff, too much perfume at the lobby, the bed is too soft, great locations and great sleep because you can't hear the traffic outside, good restaurant.
The Lennox has a very beautiful entrance, very good service, located near shopping ( Prudential) and restaurants.
the parking attendants were very courteous . reception staff were very courteous too.
A very nice stay, excellent location (near to the T stores and restaurants, walk distance to the main attractions). Staff very polite and helpful. I definitely recommend the hotel.
The value- location, price, accomodations.
The access to the entire city via foot or mass transit was excellent. Tiny rooms
The location: in the center of the city, The style of the room.
well-decorated comfortable room, new bath, simply furnished but more than adequate for the price. Food service was limited, had to look around for breakfast options and restaurants for evening meals in the area were pricey. Perhaps more familiarity with the neighborhood would have helped. A good all-day (7am to 10 pm) coffee shop in the hotel would be a good addition to the food service now available in the hotel, and to the neighborhood.
The staff was very accommodating, taking our luggage early so we could check out the city.
Nice design great location lovely renovation friendly atmosphere gentle staff Acoustics! Could hear neighbors arguing into the wee hours also - light from hall shining around and under the door (related problems?)
Very good location for a visit to Boston both as a tourist and if you want to shop, the huge Prudential shopping centre is very close. Very minor issue. Breakfast was confusing on the first visit if like me you did not read the voucher properly.
curtains need to be changed. also the tv.
We really liked the location of the hotel. It was close to all of the shopping and restaurants. We never had to take a taxi or drive our car until we were leaving. I thought the room we had was small although it was very clean.
The location, the price, the ease of checking in and out. Nothing
Free Internet, the opportunity to have a bar fridge (would be better if it was stocked) the various pillows on offer and the amneties in the bathroom. No porter service or ramp into the hotel for heavy suitcases.
very small rooms but adequate
The staff we met were all friendly and helpful. Boston is a very walkable city and the Milner is a well placed starting point for many of the most important attractions. The 'continental' breakfast is appreciated but involves throwing away a lot of plastic packaging etc which is convenient for the hotel but not helpful to the environment.
Great location and good value. Rooms are quiet and staff is quite helpful. Breakfast is included and quality of the towels, soap, shampoo, etc. is better than in most inexpensive hotels. The rooms are clean and the beds are quite comfortable. The rooms are small. The first time I stayed for one night, I had a tiny, cramped room, but on my second visit for 6 nights, I had a room I would call cozy instead of cramped -- small, but certainly big enough for one person to be comfortable. The space in both rooms could be used more efficiently by adding more shelves in both the rooms and bathrooms, plus replacing desks and dressers with ones that are less deep.
I was shopping so the room was to small so I left after one night. I had send a package and he never came to me and the did not no anythig about it, but the package did come but never to me (maby stolen)
location, price, breakfast toilet not working, A/C not controllable, old
Staff very friendly
I enjoyed my stay and thought that the staff was helpful and genuine. My room was small but adequate. My shower took forever to warm up but there was enough hot water once it did.
The breakfast nook was overcrowded each day we were there
Helpful Staff and Good Location Shower temperature variable.Phone meter faulty, had messages from prior guests and charged for free calls.
My room was small, but had everything I needed, even a coffee maker. Breakfast in the morning made life very easy. That I could not open a window.
As above it was in an ideal safe location within easy walking distance or transport plus places of interest as well as parklands to enjoy and take time out. I had a single room. The bed was really comfortable and housekeeping staff keep the rooms well aerviced and it is very clean. However, it was a small room with very little room for a large case and I had to keep mine on the floor throughout my 3 day stay. Other than that it was fine but not a room I would want to spend time in during the day as no view due to air conditioner being in the window. However it was quiet at night and easy up sleep. I am gluten free and found very little I could eat from breakfast provided, so would eat breakfast out as more options. I enjoyed my stay and would check in again if ever I was in Bodton in the future. It was value for money and that was important to me. My sincere thanks for a friendly and welcoming and well mannered staff .
It is central and quiet; breakfast is good for European taste, staff helpful. Windows of the room were sealed and I could not stand the noise of air conditioning, but in November it was not a major problem to put it off. I asked a very quiet room and I got it on the back, viewing a brick wall just in front. Remark that "Single Twin Room" meant in my case a tiny room with a large single bed, no cupboard, no chair, a drawer with TV on it.
The hotel is central so easy to walk around Boston. The staff were helpful in the main and the room was spacious and clean. We didn't like the breakfast which was very poor and we didn't like the fact that we were not helped in making urgent phone calls - despite several requests as we were struggling with a completely new system and completely exhausted after a long flight.
Friendly staff. Room had everything you needed. Room as tiny, but functioned fine for a solo traveler.
advantageous location, particularly access to T
Location. Nice bar. Internet in lobby. The bed was too small!!! Definitely not big enough for 2 normal sized people! Also, there was a smoke detector above the bed that blinked green lights all night. The view from our room was a brick wall which was a little disappointing but not the worst thing in the world...
location was good. easy access to places. quick breakfast was also fine. bagel was soft (I liked that) ... I wish I could have experienced bar which I did not ... I wish you had a coffee maker in the room.. It was very dry and I was dehydrated every morning... Also, (this is very personal but...) I had cup noodles which I could not make or eat becauase of no coffee makers( no hot waters...) I looked downstairs once and there were no coffee or hot water available...24hours?!? not sure if it was..
Hotel located close to Railway Station and Airport. Good central location for site seeing and shopping and restaurants
great location and very helpful staff.
Friendly, helpful staff, free internet and printing facilities
Location of hotel-provision of breakfast. Good bar. Room was a bit on the small size.
The rooms were comfortable, well-decorated, well-sized (especially given the location), and had a great sound system (that was a pleasant surprise!). The location is excellent. The parking garage (the only parking option) was quite far away and when the weather was cold and windy, it was quite a pain to get to the car.
The room was excellent with lots of storage space. The continental breakfast was very good too.
Staff were excellent, helpful and courteous. Well appointed rooms and facilities. Excellent value, above our expectations. No problems at all.