Hi. My son will be auditioning for a music college in Boston this fall and we'd like to find a cheap (very cheap) but safe place to stay, probably for one or two nights during the week. I've heard that Waltham or Lowell might be cheaper than actually in Boston and I've done a little checking, but would value any advice you can give. We don't have to stay in the city - in fact staying out and taking a subway would be great so we don't have to navigate parking. He will have a guitar with him, but I think we could manage. Or do cabs go out of the city??? I could perhaps spring cab fare (maybe?) if we could save some money on the hotel. Either way, can anyone steer me to a decent cheap hotel. Amenities are not important. Just a phone, a shower, and a bed!
Cheap but safe in or near Boston
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