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Boston Hotel - Hilton Back Bay versus Marriott Long Wharf?

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I'm in a quandry. We are staying for one night in Boston as a part of a college tour week. We'll be at Tufts that morning and at Wellesley the next morning. We have family flying in just to see us that night. They will be at the Mandarin Oriental. We want to use some of our accumulated points for the trip. I know the HIlton is closer to the Mandarin, but think that the Marriott might be a much nicer property.

What do you think? We will probably be having dinner at the North End. One more thing, I'm a little concerned because both those properties and apparently many more have had one or two verified bed bug complaints this summer. Is that just inevitable with any hotel?

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