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The Verb Hotel in Boston too far from downtown and great restaurants?

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My hubby and I are tentatively planning a trip in October to Boston and read great reviews on The Verb Hotel. With the close proximity to Fenway Park, is it too far from downtown and great restaurants?

We are looking to do a lot of walking (vs public transit) and spending time exploring Boston's architecture and enjoying restaurants and shopping!

Can we stay at The Verb and explore on foot or do we need to take public transit to tour the areas around it?

Feel free to recommend any other hidden gems that are in the same range of $300ish including parking (ie. are there any other hotels less than $400 or $500 ++ per night?) that are contemporary and downtown.

The Verb looks unique and one of a kind. We are also open to staying at The Verb for a few nights midweek and a downtown hotel on the weekend.

Thanks for your help!

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