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Very comfortable bed and quiet The breakfast was disappointing. Cold fried egg and potatoes, took a long time to be served. Lovely atmosphere and attentive, helpful staff.
I travel pretty oftern to Boston on business but had never stayed in The Liberty. I was GLADLY surprised. As long as they have availability, I will always stay there from now on. The hotel is located across the street from the beautifilul Charles Lake for a perfect walk or run before of after work. ...
We were able to walk pretty much to everything i Salem. Check-in was a breeze and the room was very nice, There is a nice pub and restaurant in the hotel.
We were really pleased with the hotel. The rooms were inviting and clean, and the staff was professional and friendly. Really comfortable bed. Large tv, stereo, fridge, safe, plenty of storage, large modern bathroom. Only downside was the poor water pressure. Beautiful shower, but it's a "rain" type ...
The Lenox is the ONLY hotel I stay at when in Boston. It has the location I want, the rooms are luxurious, the staff is super friendly, accommodating and professional. The restaurants and bar are all excellent. They have a house car you can request to take you to your destinations. The only area ...
Forged in the Revolution and featuring history on every corner, Boston is still a city of great spirit. Come see it for yourself on your next vacation to Beantown.
Make your own mark on Boston’s history by staying in a hotel with a colourful past.
You can’t walk a block in Boston without tripping over something historically significant. Make the most of this and head over to the Freedom Trail, where you’ll wind through over 3 km of downtown Boston and see prominent items like the USS Constitution (one of the six original frigates of the United States Navy) and the Paul Revere House (where he was living before making his dramatic ride). Following that, you can head to the waterfront to explore the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum, and you can actually experience the Boston Tea Party via actors, use of holograms, and yes, several replicas of the merchant vessels that transported the tea.
After an exciting day of taking in the local history, stop by your hotel to relax and catch your breath. A number of hotels in the Boston area are historical buildings themselves; some of them constructed over a century ago. When you stay at a historic hotel in Boston, you’ll enjoy all the modern amenities tucked into a classic shell. Take your meals in a Victorian-styled restaurant, or explore the unique bedrooms at an older bed and breakfast.
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