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Kimpton Marlowe Hotel - Cambridge Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Kimpton Marlowe Hotel

25 Edwin H. Land Blvd, Cambridge - Map
 
 
"Cool hotel"
They gave us complimentary wine vouchers when we missed the "happy hour"--so nice!
Traveller from Easton CT
This Cambridge hotel overlooks the Charles River and is adjacent to the CambridgeSide Galleria shopping center; Boston is …More
Kimpton Onyx Hotel - Boston Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Kimpton Onyx Hotel

155 Portland St, Boston - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel close to everything in Boston"
Hotel was very comfortable, very clean and quite. We enjoyed our stay.
A Traveller
The Kimpton Onyx Hotel is 1 block from TD Garden and a few short blocks from Faneuil Hall Marketplace and North End; Boston …More
Kimpton Nine Zero Hotel - Boston Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Kimpton Nine Zero Hotel

90 Tremont St, Boston - Map
 
 
"Slick hotel in the center of everything. "
Comfy beds, updated bathrooms, and pleasant staff. After hours room service was lacking, however. The location is perfect -- and I say this as a former Bostonian who knows what she is talking about.
Traveller from california
This trendy hotel is located along Boston's historic Freedom Trail and is 1 block from the Boston Common, the 18th-century …More
Fairmont Copley Plaza, Boston - Boston Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
$249

Fairmont Copley Plaza, Boston

138 Saint James Ave, Boston - Map
 
 
"Elegant"
Everything was wonderful as expected. The hotel is beautiful and the service is outstanding. Centrally located in this great walking city that has so much to offer.
A Traveller
Located in Boston's historic Back Bay, Fairmont Copley Plaza lies in the heart of the city's entertainment and shopping …More
Revere Hotel Boston Common - Boston Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Revere Hotel Boston Common

200 Stuart St, Boston - Map
 
 
"Not Really A Luxury Hotel"
Got a deal thru a travel site, otherwise this review would be more negative. To start with, layout of hotel was very confusing–Check in on 6th floor; pool is on the roof (closed due to construction); 2 sets of elevators: 1 set to get from street level or garage ton6th floor then change elevator banks to get to guest rooms; lifts VERY slow and crowded due to construction workers' use. "Free WiFi" consists of having to register ea (max 4) device EVERY DAY; tv service terrible–few channels/NO channel guide in room; On Demand movie rental cost $18.99; In-room coffee svc terrible: very weak coffee; Room service food outrageously expensive and def not family-friendly; Emerald Lounge is referred to but no menu in room nor even any idea of where to find it; phone requests to Guest Services sometimes don't get response; room temp VERY hard to regulate; one bed very close to AC/Heat wall unit and was drafty overnight in 20-degree weather; self-park at hotel costs $40 per DAY, valet park even more. They DO provide "luxury" bathroom amenities, very fluffy pillows
Traveller from New England
The Revere Hotel is at the edge of the Theatre District, 1 block from the Arlington "T" Station and 2 blocks from Boston …More
The Verb Hotel - Boston Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

The Verb Hotel

1271 Boylston St, Boston - Map
 
 
"What a fun hotel!"
Staff was very friendly and accommodating! Location was perfect.
Traveller from Northern Cal
The Red Sox's Fenway Park is right across the street from this hotel in Boston's Back Bay neighborhood.More
Boston Park Plaza - Boston Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$139

Boston Park Plaza

50 Park Plaza at Arlington Street, Boston - Map
 
 
"This place is amazing!"
This is such a nice hotel. Room was clean and comfy. My only one complaint is that they make you pay a $17 a night fee for wifi weather you use it or not. You should get wifi for free. But other then that I loved this hotel.
A Traveller
Located in historic Back Bay, this hotel just completed a $100 million dollar renovation, and is 3 miles from Logan …More
Hotel Tria - Cambridge Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Hotel Tria

220 Alewife Brook Pkwy, Cambridge - Map
 
 
"Pleasant experience overall."
The room was clean and spacious but the bathroom was small. The toilet was way too close to the sink that I had to rest my left arm on the sink to use the toilet. The website gave the impression that the shuttle would take us to the MIT campus but it didn't; only to the train station.
Traveller from CT
This boutique hotel in Cambridge is a half-mile from the Alewife “T” station, 1.5 miles from Harvard Square, and adjacent to …More
Boston Omni Parker House Hotel - Boston Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$179

Boston Omni Parker House Hotel

60 School St, Boston - Map
 
 
"Historic Parker House Boston, MA"
The stay at the Parker House in Boston was beyond our expectations ! The ENTIRE Staff from the Doorman to Wait Staff were fabulous !!! We can not say enough about the Parker House ! Room was great, food wonderful and location was super : near so much and all walkable ! GREAT stay !!! We will return !
Traveller from MA
Located on Freedom Trail in downtown Boston, this hotel is 3 blocks from Quincy Market, 2 from the State House and Boston …More
Copley Square Hotel - Boston Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$169

Copley Square Hotel

47 Huntington Ave, Boston - Map
 
 
"Beautiful stay in Boston"
Spent 4th of July weekend in historic Boston! Hotel exceeded our expectations! Was a little concerned with staying at 2nd oldest hotel in city, but was totally updated, modern and inviting! Received room upgrade for hotel anniversary, staff were exceptionally helpful and friendly! There was so much to see in city we could not see as much of the history of the city as we would have liked....cannot wait to go back!
Traveller from NJ
Boston's fashionable and historic Back Bay is the setting for this fully renovated boutique hotel on Copley Square. Newbury …More

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    Boston Pet Friendly Hotel Guide

    Walking along the historic harbor, your mind wanders to what it must have been like to live in Boston during times of great upheaval and change. You can practically see them in the distance, those leaves of tea floating on the surface, remnants of the tea party heard around the world. Your stroll through Boston Common is anything but wicked. Instead, it inspires in you a deep appreciation for your forefathers as the changing leaves catch your eye. Along the Freedom Trail, you ponder your next great adventure. In the words of Mary Oliver, “What is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?”

    But you don’t need to be alone on these epic forays into history and culture. With so many pet-friendly hotels in Boston, you can bring your favorite four-legged travel companion with you to the Northeast. Grab some doggie treats and hit the road, because Beantown awaits.

    Does Boston have off-leash dog parks?

    Yes, Boston has plenty of off-leash dog parks! With your bags and bones put away neatly at one of the dog-friendly hotels in Boston, you and your pooch will need a way to stretch your legs. When the weather is warm, local dog parks are the perfect way to spend some time together and maybe even make some new friends. Is that an accent you detect on the local terriers? Bring Fido to Peter’s Park, Charlesgate Dog Run, or the South Boston Dog Park—just to name a few. You can also bring dogs to Boston Common all the time, and between 6 a.m. and 11 p.m. they are permitted off-leash in designated areas.

    What are some Boston restaurants with a view of the water?

    Leave your pooch at the hotel and get gussied up. Boston is teeming with fresh lobster, crab cakes, chowder, and plenty of tables with a view. Legal Harborside, KO Pies at the Shipyard, and Sam’s are just a few of the places to give both your eyes and your stomach a feast to remember. Most restaurants with a water view also afford the sight of the downtown skyline. Dine outdoors in the spring and summer, letting cool salty breezes play with your hair. By winter, an indoor table by the window will do the trick.

    How far is it from Boston to Cape Cod?

    Cape Cod is 70 miles southeast of Boston. You can make the drive in less than 90 minutes with little to no traffic, and you’ll find yourself in coastal bliss once you arrive. While dogs are not welcome at all Cape Cod beaches, you can still bring Fido to the sand in places like Eastham and Provincetown.

    Book a room at one of our Boston pet-friendly hotels and put your pooch in his finest sweater vest. Now that you’re dressed to impress the fine folks at Onyx Hotel, a Kimpton Hotel or the Sheraton Boston Hotel, you may just earn an accommodation upgrade. Now that’s wandering wisely.

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