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Boston Hotels

Millennium Bostonian Hotel

Pros

  • North 26's strong cocktails
  • Updated fitness center

Cons

  • Some rooms still get street noise
  • Faneuil Hall can get clogged with tourists
  • Fee for Wi-Fi

Updated 11/11/2013

Fodor's Review

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.

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Hotel Information

Address:

Faneuil Hall Marketplace, 26 North St., Boston, Massachusetts, 02109, USA

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Phone:

617-523–3600; 866-866–8086

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 187 rooms, 14 suites
  • No meals

Updated 11/11/2013

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Oct 13, 2007

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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.

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By Debbie

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Jun 24, 2002

My All-Time Favorite Hotel!!

I LOVE this hotel. I hate hotels (even 4&5 stars) that have that "hotel feel". This hotel feels very boutique in feel - no straight hallways with rooms lining either side, no reception "desk", very intimate and luxurious. We had a large room with french doors opening onto a balcony with a view of Phaneuil Hall on one side, and the harbor through the double window on the other, cherry wood armoire, french fabric on the large lounge chair and draperies,

large bathroom, and exceptional service - especially from David the concierge, who got us primo seats at the best restaurants and clubs last minute. There was classical music playing as we walked in our room, chocolate dipped strawberries waiting for us, and a complimentary bottle of good champagne when we returned from dinner - they had remembered it was our anniversary. Smack dab in the middle of everything, you can walk to Haymarket, Phaneuil Hall, the North End, Beacon Hill, the Common and Public Garden, and all the Historic sites. All this - and we only paid $159/night. How can you beat that? I would have paid $250 for what we got! Stay here!!!!

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By David

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Apr 24, 2002

Best people watching place in Boston

Best location in Boston. Next to "The Market", North End and Haymarket Square. Great lounge and Restaurant. I'ts the only place I stay.

By Clive

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Feb 10, 2001

A must stay hotel

The hotel staff was extremely helpful. The room was nice. We got a deal on the room due to the snowstorm coming in. You can't beat the location and the breakfast buffet was outstanding.

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