The Inn At St Botolph Boutique Hotel, Boston Hotels ReviewsAddress: 99 Saint Botolph St, Boston, MA 02116-6404
Plus:Great location if interested in Newbury St. and Copley Square shoppingQuiet street in a residential areaGood sized room (sitting area, well-equipped kitchenette in our room)There is an elevator.Minus:No street parking. Lot is 2 blocks away. No valet service.The inn feels worn and dark and tired.Minimal breakfast.
The hotel is unusual in that there is no reception or dining room. However it works and is situated just a short stroll from the Prudential Centre and nearby underground station. Could not have wished for more and the lady manning the office was extremely helpful.
My daughter and I stayed at the Inn for 3 weeks while she was recovering from major jaw surgery. I chose the Inn because of it's perfect location, quality of stay and kitchenette. I had to prepare her meals and blenderize them. The staff went above and beyond to provide me with necessary items that were not in the room…More
Great location one block from the T & walking distance to several great restaurants. Oh, & the Prudential center if you're into shopping. Room was clean, pleasantly decorated & comfortable – a little small, but about what you'd expect in an older building in a big city. Some people might be put off by the automated entry & check in…More
The good: excellent location, free wifi, air-conditioning – though 74 degrees Fahrenheit on the thermostat feels more like 64 degrees Fahrenheit.The bad: Incredibly unprofessional management. Anything that goes wrong is the desk attendant's excuse to remind guests that this is a "limited service hotel." Examples: housekeeping doesn't come at all one day and on another day ordered me to…More
We love inns better than hotels, but this one was a little strange. It was in a really good location, but for us the room was too warm, the bathroom was a little cramped and there were few amenities in the room to which we have become accustomed. We had full access to drinks and snacks downstairs; however, they ran…More
We typically look first for accommodations that include a kitchenette. That is how we came across this inn. Couldn't have been better. Great location. Very comfy and quiet. Well appointed kitchen. Auto checkin and checkout, but staff is available if you have any needs. One bit of advice if you are arriving by car. DO NOT leave your car parked…More
Loved, loved, loved this boutique hotel in Boston's Back Bay area. From the moment we pulled up, we knew it was special. It's a brownstone building that looks nothing like a hotel…you feel like you're pulling up to your own apartment. Once inside, open the door to your room prepare to say "Wow!" Every small detail has been attended to,…More
Nicely appointed sitting area, bedroom, and city-sized full kitchen. Comfy towels, yummy bath products and great shower pressure (it's sometimes the small things, right?) Blocks from the Prudential Center, Newbury Street, public transportation, etc. Even MFA is walkable. Liked the concept of using keypad entry codes for access to the Inn itself, and to our room. Breakfast was bagels, english…More
Stayed for four nights with my partner. We rented a one-bedroom deluxe suite and loved the turret! While the colour scheme is a little brown for our taste, the apartment was lovely: spacious, modern, with a nice bathroom and fully equipped kitchen.The location is great. St Botolph Street is an Architectural Conservation District, which translates into quiet tree lined…More