Kimpton Nine Zero Hotel, Boston Hotels ReviewsAddress: 90 Tremont St., Boston, MA 02108-4101 (Formerly Nine Zero Hotel – a Kimpton Hotel)
I have stayed at this hotel several times and should have written a review sooner! This is one hotel where I always sleep well -it's beds are comfy and rooms are quiet. The hotel is fun and funky. I love the tv with mario cart wii for kids during check in. The daily wine happy hour for adults is great….More
I chose the Nine Zero in Boston for a quick overnight business trip. The reasons I chose this is because I love Kimpton hotels, their kimpton karma membership, and the Nine Zero looked great for the price. The staff, food, and rooms were top notch. I usually am able to check into my room before normal check in time and…More
We spent two days in Boston at the Nine Zero hotel. It is conveniently located right on the Freedom Trail within walking distance of all of the major sites of Boston. Fanuel Hall and Quincy Market are only about 4 blocks from the hotel. Another 4-5 blocks gets you to the North End with all of the great Italian restaurants…More
We recently stayed here for 2 nights. Hotel is only few steps from the Freedom Trail.The staff was very helpful. We had a oversized van and bicycles we needed help storing. Sheriff and Binny were very helpful with all of this. We appreciated their welcoming, helpful attitude.
I first stayed at a Kimpton property in Washington DC and liked it so much I wanted to check out Nine Zero. I was not disappointed! What I really like about both properties is that they aren't so huge it's a madhouse and you're one of thousands. But, it's large enough so there is a good amount of privacy.I…More
Hotel location is first class – right on the edge of Boston Common, Rooms are small but functional – public areas also small. Service from the staff was very good. We did not use the hotel restaurants at all as spoilt for choice elsewhere.Overall better as a business hotel than a tourist hotel.
Our stay at Nine Zero was generally good, marred by just one thing. First, the good points. The location is very central and it is easy to walk to restaurants and places of interest such as the Granary graveyard, Boston Common and the Aquarium. Front desk staff were very friendly and helpful. Housekeeping and restaurant staff were very efficient and…More
This was our first stop on a two week tour of New England and was the perfect location in Boston for us.We got the free silver line bus from Logan to south station and walked the rest. Only 15 minutes to the hotel.We got a free upgrade to a slightly better room on the 17th floor with stunning…More
I usually stay in chain hotels but this time my husband booked me while I was on my way to Boston. I was wondering what's this Kimpton hotel but the minute I walked in and saw the huge green chairs, the oyster decorated coffee tables and the lush curtains, I felt what a lobby! Sabrina, the Bostonian receptionist, checked me…More
We were in the city for a concert at the Orpheum (right around the corner) and found the location to be perfect- near the park, easy in/out of the city, restaurants, etc. very clean, approachable lobby. Service at check-in was great – very friendly, we were offered an upgrade from King Skyline to a Suite (with no view, so we…More