Beautiful place, room exceptional, and the staff was extremely helpful .
Location is perfect to walk everywhere. The rooms are big tot a city hotel
King size bed was very comfortable and great location
Superb customer service, beautiful suite, ammenties were outstanding
Very nice hotel near the North End of Boston. Will definitely be back in the near future!
Location and amenities were beyond expectations! We will recommend this experience to others.
convenient close to everything. staff in valet, room service very friendly.
The Parker House is a great place to stay is centrally located. It has great restaurants.
It is close to everything and easy to find. I liked the fact that you could pour your own bottle of water and that snacks and ice were so convenient. I also liked the pub that was attached; the breakfast there was reasonable and good. In my room, my telephone and charging stations looked like they ...
Downtown Boston is a historic neighborhood known for its must-see aquarium. Here you'll find plenty to visit, including Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Boston City Hall, and Orpheum Theater. If you're looking for a place to stay, choose from one of Downtown Boston's 221 hotels and other accommodations.
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You can check out the local talent at Orpheum Theater, Boston Opera House, and Cutler Majestic Theatre while you're in Downtown Boston. Faneuil Hall Marketplace and Boston City Hall are a also couple of sights to visit when you're in the neighborhood.
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If you want to see more of the city, State St. Station is the closest metro stop. Others nearby include Government Center Station and Downtown Crossing Station. If you want to head out of town, you can hop aboard a train at Boston-South Station. Learn about your options for water transportation at the port.