Boston Hotels

Advertisement

Boxer Boston Hotel

At a Glance

    Pros

  • great group rates
  • free Internet
  • close to North Station and the T

    Cons

  • small rooms and lobby
  • staff can be indifferent
  • past guests have complained about hotel being "shopworn."

Fodorite Reviews

Average Rating:  

Boxer Boston Hotel Review

Steps from the TD Garden and an easy walk from Government Center, Faneuil Hall, and the North End, the nine-floor, 79-room boutique hotel with a crisp, contemporary look is a great value—if you don't mind tiny accommodations. It's modern simplicity at its best—the miniature, minimalist yellow-and-white rooms have walnut furnishings, gunmetal light fixtures, marble-tiled baths, and high-end mattresses, plus flat-screen TVs, CD players, and work desks. Cramped or not, the Bulfinch is a welcome oasis away from the cacophony of concert- and sporting-event crowds.

    Hotel Details

  • 71 rooms, 8 suites
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 11-11-2013

Fodorite Reviews

Average Rating:  
  •  
    Décor  
    Service  
    Value  

    Horrible Hotel

    We booked this hotel through Priceline for New Year's Eve. The entire floor we were staying on had been rented by a loud party. We were unable to sleep all night long. We called at 2:30 and at 3:30 am to complain to the front desk, and while they did ask the guests to quiet down, nothing was done to enforce it. The loud guests went so far as to kick our door after they figured out which room was complaining and the next morning a group of young men were standing outside our door making threats. The hotel refused to refund us as did Priceline.

    by sja721, 1/11/09

Add your own review

Advertisement

· Map of Boxer Boston Hotel

Map of



Travel Deals
Forums