Near historic Faneuil Hall, the Bostonian has guest rooms featuring Frette linens, pillowtop mattresses, and the obligatory mammoth TVs—many also have French doors with step-out balconies showcasing city views and the popular North End. Warmed up with red wall coverings, the lobby provides sofas and arm chairs, perfect for relaxing with a book chosen from one of the floor-to-ceiling bookshelves. The hotel's restaurant, North 26, is a steak-and-eggs-meets-fresh-fruit-smoothie hot spot. Bonus: outdoor seating aplenty.
Oct 13, 2007
Rooms were a little pricey, and although nothing spectacular they were comfortable. Had a problem the first night with a top floor room that was extremely noisy due to a loud power plant of some kind on the roof. Hotel accomodated us with another room overlooking the market. Great location. Walking distance to so much of Boston. We wouldn't have wanted to stay at a cheaper place outside the city and have to take the subway. Almost every tour we
took ended or started a short 5 minute walk from the hotel. Near alot of very good restaurants (Legal Sea Foods) and of course Fanueili Hall where there are always buskers to keep you entertained.