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Inn@St. Botolph

InnSt. Botolph, Back Bay

At a Glance

    Pros

  • affordable style
  • free satellite TV and Wi-Fi
  • free transit to top area restaurants, where guests also get "preferred" pricing

    Cons

  • DIY parking
  • for those who need hand-holding, there's no front desk

Inn@St. Botolph Review

The posh yet homey 16-room Inn@St. Botolph follows a groundbreaking new hotel model—no front desk, no restaurant, and no valet (there is, however, an office on-site that is staffed 24/7). Guests book and pay online, eliminating the need for agonizingly slow check-ins or long lines. Each room feels like the chicest city apartment you never had, decorated in black, white, and chocolate tones by local design luminaries. The four-poster beds are heavenly, so is the deep leather seating. Every room also comes with a full kitchen, a fireplace, Frette robes, and a gigantic flat-screen TV. Set on a quiet residential street lined with flowering trees and brownstones, the inn is a short walk from the South End and Back Bay. Best of all, for all the at-home-style luxury you get, you'll pay half of what you would at a nearby hotel. Just remember to book early. The St. Botolph fills up fast with fashionable clients who know how to spot a hot deal.

    Hotel Details

  • 16 rooms.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 11-11-2013

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