For one day and night after eye surgery my husband was completely blind. Please give high thanks to the doorman who helped him into the cabs or hotel lobby. After the bandages came off he could again see! Thank you Ma Eye and Ear and Park Plaza Hotel.
My wife and I stayed for a getaway weekend at the Boston Park Plaza and we had an amazing stay. Arriving into the hotel we were greeted immediately by staff and checkin was quick and effortless. The room was immaculate and the bed was comfortable . Before going out for the night we enjoyed drinks in the hotel bar and the staff was amazing. We would highly recommend this hotel
Location, next to many "sights" within walking distance and the entrance to the metro line just across the street that can take you almost anywhere. Also a host of dining options in the neighborhood. Rooms were updated but on the smaller side for the price paid. All the staff was courteous and helpful, including everyone. The size of the room, felt cramped. Didn't include free wifi, but the paid version was pretty reliable. Don't know if it was the case in the neighborhood or just the hotel, but the water had an odd taste to it.
Beautiful facility. Comfortable. Great food Room was a little small but worked just fine.
The hotel itself was fine. The rooms are very small.
Location in Back Bay only redeeming feature. $110 million redo yet very small, noisy rooms. Family was in town for a wedding. A huge Convention was also at the hotel. Noise, noise , noise! Convention goers on our floor had noisy drunken party. Front desk could not deal with them. Offered us new room locations for following night. Our "new" room had no hot water until maintenance was called. Extremely small queen room. Hallways so wide and high, every voice heard in the room. Plumbing noisy and easy to hear voices in next room. Would never stay here again. Too many other quality hotels in the area. Missed the mark with the redo.
The address given to me by the hotel was correct. Tons of hidden fees that are mandatory. Booked a king and was given a queen, with ZERO refund given. Would give this hotel a 0/5 if I could. Slapping travelers with hidden, mandatory fees should be illegal.
We stayed the weekend and it was really loud. Different groups of people were really loud in the hallways literally ALL night. It was like you were part of a spring break scene all over again.
Location, facilities Nothing
Amenities, seating, microwave and fridge requestable Lack of free wifi. Food and restaurant too expensive.
The room was tiny, just enough room for a bed. No closet and tiny bathroom. The room was only a foot wider than the bed was long. Would never stay here again.
The staff went above and beyond to make sure that I had everything that I needed. Everything was clean and beautiful.
Great location and excellent service. Breakfast choices at hotel where few and overpriced.
Great staff, from the curb to the desk to concierge and room service--really, really good people. Pricey room service breakfast A toilet whose flush handle was in need of repair
Location, location, location. From here it is an easy walk to many fine restaurants, shopping, or for researchers, the NEHGS or the Boston Library (which doubles as an art museum). Little further for the Freedom Trail, but doable if you are used to walking. If you just want to rest and watch the world go by, the Commons is right across the street and at least during the day very safe and family friendly. Caught a late flight but they were more then helpful in storing our luggage and assisting in getting a ride to the airport.
The staff are excellent, the rooms very comfortable and the location is perfect, close to the T and right on the park.
Leah at the front desk was amazingly friendly and attentive to our needs! Car service no longer available. Rooms are getting old and a tad musty
Very clean . Beds very comfortable. Room size great. Needs to redecorate, wallpaper , bathrooms old . And staff is really nice but seems like in slow motion.
After making arrangements for our kids to stay with friends for the night, my wife and I booked a room at the Taj to celebrate our 10th anniversary. Within hours of checking in, we were startled by loud, raucous music. So loud that we had trouble hearing each other from across the room even though we were 3 floors below. Turns out the Taj was hosting a wedding party in the roof. Management said they were booked and couldn't move us. It was so unpleasant, we ended up checking out that same night so we could get a good night's sleep.
The proximity to the park was ideal for my 12 year old golden retriever. She loved all the attention she received in the lobby. The staff were very friendly and accommodating even during the holiday crush. Highly recommended.
We had a room overlooking Public Garden and it was great. Nice view during the day and at night. Hotel is on Newbury Street and close to nice shopping, good restaurants, Beacon Hill - lots to do. Afternoon Tea is wonderful. We had a suite and they charged us $25 for rollaway bed for our daughter - tacky.
There was a large stain on the carpet and the furniture/appliances were a bit outdated. Location was great and staff was friendly and helpful.
A shower with black mold is gross, even if it is marble. The clock made funny noises about 2am. It wasn't the alarm, maybe a failing battery backup, Thought the maid fixed it, but nope. Only solution was to unplug it. Mentioned it when we checked out. On our last day we left the room for the day we left the AC on to keep the room around 68 deg, imagine our surprise when we returned at 7 pm the room was 87 deg! The AC was no longer functional, and per the "engineer" they sent up the only solution was to open windows. As a result we got to listen to the large air handlers all night. The last day we decided to try the breakfast buffet, the food was okay but certainly not worth the $25/ea! The best thing about this place is the location.
very large room, comfy bed, large bathroom, access to Boston highlights. nothing!
Style and general vibe of the hotel. Clean and extremely comfortable rooms. No included coffee/breakfast
Convenient location, very pretty and clean hotel. We had a nice view of the harbor. We had a four-night stay and had to get new room keys 6 times. Housekeeping did not come to our room the day after our arrival. There is no convenience store in hotel. Otherwise it was a great hotel.
Nice lobby, but this hotel needs a major amount of work! Problems: 1) TVs are analog, which means there is no resolution at all. Very blurry. Like 1998 TVs. Shocking at a so-called 4-star hotel. 2) Air conditioners that are so loud it sounded like we had a 747 revving outside our room. We couldn't adjust the AC except to two temperatures: 68 and 74. 3) No mirror in the room. 4) No refrigerator or mini-bar in the room. 5) No blow dryer. 6) Waited 15 minutes for an elevator, then couldn't get on it was so crowded. 7) Rude, arrogant staff except for Serena, and the day GM, who tried to help but wasn't around to do much until it was too late. Don't stay here. There is so much better around!
Location is ideal! You can easily walk to all the major attractions in Boston. It would have been nice to have a refrigerator in the room.
Even under construction, the Revere is a wonderful place to stay. Easy walking distance to Boston Common, Chinatown and the Theater District. The staff were wonderful. Especially Richard Pettiglio, the Concierge, who went well out of his way to make sure our stay was exceptional. My ONLY dislikes were: way too little counter space in the bathroom, and that construction shut down half of the elevators during the peak checkout time. Folks with luggage were waiting for > 20 minutes for room in an elevator. The front desk staff did their best, however were definitely understaffed to handle the checkout volume.
Clean, modern decor, bath utilities were excellent. Parking cost was too much. Should offer a discount on parking for people who are staying at the hotel.
Helpful staff, great location Rooftop pool/bar was noisy late at night; would have liked to have known about it in advance
Clean and comfortable I did not like that, $300 was held on my credit card for "incidentals" without any notice of this policy. Bad business!!!!!
Nice hotel-good location - clean rooms and white bedding, which I love Valet parking is over $50/night which seems way high
We could not use the outdoor area due to an event and we were not informed until we got there
The employees were excellent and the room super nice and very clean The only thing that was a little tough was being in the room next to the elevator cause we could hear it always
I liked the comfort of the bed and the view of the city. I did not like the staff. Bad customer service and do not know how to handle problems in a professional manner. Need more ppl working the front desk, there was a wait to check in.
Loved everything about staying at the Four Seasons Boston. The service was impeccable and they really made us feel "at home." My kids especially loved the welcome wagon and cookies and milk :) The hotel was clean, warm and inviting and I would absolutely stay there again. Highly recommend!
We loved the old-fashioned charm of this small hotel in the Beacon Hill area, with the trees in front of the windows and the access to a small terrace overlooking Charles Street maybe the most romantic place in Boston (at least during Indian summer). The room was not overly big but nicely decorated. Breakfast in the Bistro - among the best French restaurants in Boston with an impressive list of European wines - was a real treat. Staff was very friendly and helpful.
Fantastic food, cheerful service (including coffee brought to my room at 7am), and perfect Boston location. No lobby.
Staff exceptionally professional and helpful. Wireless didnt work well.
dining room,breakfast,3rd bett auch im relativ kleinen zimmer gut managable,leseraum,terrasse im 3.stock,service sehr freubdlich,schnell,kompetent bar ist zu klein
The location was excellent!! The noise from the street made it very difficult to sleep.
Very good breakfast. Clean comfortable rooms. Friendly service.
Good location, lively atmosphere. Generally a good feel / fun to be there. Night Porter was very helpful and pleasant with our early morning departure / obtaining taxis. Room a bit on the small side - although not untypical of a European city centre hotel. Bathroom was disappointing - useless shower. Items reported as not working properly to reception were not dealt with at all during our stay.
The location. Small room. We requested a room for 3 people, however the extra bed put in the room meant we could not open the wardrobe.No fridge, no coffee making facilities. Very poor water pressure in basin, plug broken.If they didn't have a room to accommodate 3 people,they should have told us when we booked. Very expensive for what we received. Best thing was location.
We totally enjoyed a dinner and the breakfasts daily. The room was quaint and very clean. We also enjoyed the street view and being so close to where our son and daughter-in- law live. It was nice to be able to walk to everything. We did not like having to go into the second building and up stairs to get to our room. It would have been nice to have coffee available in the room. Given the fact there was not valet parking availabe, we thought the price was a little high.
It was a small European type hotel with classy, touches and no extra fluff. It's not for everyone, but perfect for those who seek the quaint and unique. It is more like staying in a guest house than a hotel. I wish they had a place for guests to grab coffee without having to join the dining room or go down the street to Starbucks.