Constitution Inn Hotel, Boston Reviews

Constitution Inn Hotel, Boston Hotels Reviews

Address: 150 3rd Ave, Charlestown Navy Yard, Boston, MA 02129-2016

, I thought place was a good option in Boston with my daughter for a couple of nights visiting colleges. Unfortunately, I was wrong. The place seems to be part hotel, part transitional housing for people from the YMCA next door. The walls are cinder block. The hallways aren't clean. There was a kitchenette with the counter that was tilting down…More

At one star, this hotel is overrated, but that as low as I can go.Checked in to a room a few weeks ago and it was vile, emitting a nauseous smell. There was a stain on the bathroom floor. The kitchenette contained appliances out of the 60's and the cabinets were decrepit and falling apart. The aura was that…More

My wife & I spent two short stays at the Constitution Inn at either end of a two week trip in Northern USA. We approached this initially with trepidation having read recent adverse reports on this forum & on others. We initially booked the Constitution Inn on grounds of cost & locality, both of which make it attractive. Boston is…More

This hotel was part of a flight and hotel package for us so I suppose it was my fault for not looking more carefully but it was a bit dire to say the least. The exterior in its web presence looks lovely but actually it is drab and dirty. It is next to and seems to be affiliated with a…More

Stayed here for 4 night's at start of month. No problem with check in and room what was expected. Spacious but only basic decor etc. Location within quiet complex of residential and various other properties. Within walking distance of Bunker Hill and nearby naval attractions. Reasonably close to subway station and can walk to central area within – 30 mins….More

Downtown which is the only positive thing. Overpriced for the quality. The oldest cheapest coffee and coffee machine. The smallest sink I have seen and everything else is just so cheap. They charge $239 . Really ?Review collected in partnership with this hotel This business uses tools provided by TripAdvisor (or one of its official Review Collection Partners) to encourage and collect guest reviews, including this one.

My stay was the last week of Sep. 2016. I was there for a group tour of Boston, otherwise I would have left immediately after seeing my room. In the first room I found my towels laying in thick dust. The whole room was dirty/dusty, but the thought of taking a shower and using those towels was too much! After…More

he Constitution Inn is older and the 6th floor rooms are smaller but clean. The rooms on the other floors are a bit bigger. The rooms were clean, the beds were comfortable and there is a free bus, courtesy of the Massachusetts General Hospital, The bus dropped us off at the TD Gardens within walking distance to the Freedom Trail….More

We arrived the staff were not very welcoming, possibly best described as going through motions, interaction very poor. It's a kitchenette not your normal type hotel taproom, with cooker, fridge freezer and dining table, had we known this we would have booked elsewhere as most of the space is taken up with these services. Not suitable for an overnight or…More

Despite having seen less than favourable reviews we found this hotel to be in a quiet and safe area and it compared well to budget hotels in the UK. The room was spacious (2 double beds) with a kitchenette. We were aware that there was no crockery so had picnic plates etc with us. Staff were helpful and friendly. It…More

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