A little luxury for our last weekend in Boston before moving home to England. Spacious modern room, though in retrospect a city view is probably better than the port side view we asked for. We paid out extra for club room access and that was a bargain - excellent breakfast, and wine and nibbles in the evening. Plus it was a nice place to sit and read a book on a wet afternoon. The staff are really excellent - attentive without being intrusive, polite without being obsequiesce; a really nice balance has been struck at this hotel. It's not cheap - we got a good deal for a 3 day break averaging around $300 a night (but the actual cost of Monday was over $500, which is normal for the hotel. I recently stayed in the Omni Parker House, which was a completely different experience - it's really hard to say which I prefer. Try both.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This breathtaking, modern Boston waterfront hotel stands on the site where a late-night tea party ignited the American Revolution. Located between the financial district and the booming Fort Point Channel, find yourself at the heart of the city and take in waterfront views from Miel, Boston's first Provence-themed brasserie. An urban retreat, relax and revive with an indoor lap pool and full-service spa. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Intercontinental Boston Hotel Boston
- Boston Intercontinental