Steps from the Wang Center for Performing Arts, Boston Opera House, Shubert Theatre, Charles Playhouse and more, and close to the TD Garden.
Great location, walk to Commons and dozens of great restaurants.
Ask for the newly renovated rooms... Still small but nice!
Great location, especially for the marathon start. Staff are super friendly. Small bathrooms but enough to get by. Toilets feel like they're going to fall over when you sit on them though! Beware!
Staff is awesome! Hotel was in the middle of a remodel and The rooms are small and feel very used. Other than that the location is great and did I mention the staff rocks!
Request a renovated room!
Room was tiny but cute, and clean. All the staff I interacted with were very friendly/helpful. The bellman let me peek at their renovations in the lobby - it's gonna be nice! Would stay here again.
Location is great as everyone says and renovation work is ongoing at the moment. Don't know if they will work on individual rooms eventually but this is a great start
Overnight parking on 200 stuart street which is 3 mins walk away is $22 for 12 hours. Valet parking in the hotel is $43.
Bring a sound ms home for sleeping. Walls are paper thin.
Great location! It's easy to have a fun night out around here. What I did learn is that you cannot bring alcohol into the hotel. If found they can and will confiscate.
When you ask the doorman to call a cab, all too frequently he'll direct you to some guy with a car that is not really a cab, who'll be vague about the cost of the ride. Watch out.
God bless, Justin, a man alone trying to save this sinking ship with a bucket full of holes. And then there's the maid haunting, I mean wandering, the halls with a can of air freshener! Stay away!
Higher floors are remodeled and really nice....
Very unsatisfactory stay. Tiny tiny room. Tiny bathroom with NO counter space. Walls damaged and worn out. Elevators backed up and slow. All for $250 on Marriott web. Avoid. Pay more if necessary.
Rooms need renovation. Not a fan. Marriott is usually better than this. Won't be back.
Don't get room 919 you're staring at the walls
My room had a thermostat that worked just fine. Room on 15th floor was just fine for size. Great view of...a brick building, but hey. Not bad. Great location, too.
Really small cruddy rooms, bed is like sleeping on a dorm mattress. TV is size of a iPad.
Never again - paper thin walls - can hear conversations in rooms next door word for word
Great location. Walking distance to almost everything. Bring your walking shoes if you want to do the Freedom Trail though.
My room an experience was great.
No need to worry about keeping fit during your vacation; there's a fitness facility here where you work up a sweat.
Can't beat the location - 2 blocks from Boston Common. Fantastic security and service. If you want to drown out city noise, keep the fan in your room ac on. 15th floor has nicer rooms & less noise.
My biggest complaint is the sink in the bathroom has no room at all to sit your stuff out!
Reserve an accessible room. It's much bigger and the bathroom has a tub.
Can't change room temp. Walls thin. shabby, small rooms. not up to par for Marriott
Night club right next door...good if you want to go out, not so good if you trying to sleep
Breakfast buffet is terrible and over-priced. Go elsewhere.
Very convenient location, but the rooms are tiny. I don't think I've ever had a smaller room including NYC and Europe.
Do they serve penguin meat here? Who knows!?
Wonder why the Internet is free?? You can't charge for this SLOW connection!
Careful, the hot water us VERY HOT!
I can hear the person in the other room breathe. Saying the walls are paper thin is an understatement.
Very noisy hotel. Good location and price. Eat out.
Be prepared to be at the mercy of the temperature gods.
Other than room being a bit small, and AC not able to be adjusted during certain weather it is in a great location close to both orange and green T. So it is easy to get just about everywhere.
Price is good and the location is excellent. Room is small. It is worth it for the price, but there are many better hotels in Boston to chose from.
There are a few negative tips here, but my experience has been very good. Plenty of room, comfortable bed and the staff has been wonderful. I would absolutely recommend this hotel.
Request a room in the higher floors so u don't hear the clubs below at night. We had a nice time :)
You might as well be camping. Room smaller than a cruise ship and just about as dirty. This is a bad start to my birthday weekend.
Terrible internet connection. Great location. Paper-thin walls :(
this place is horrible. it's 12am and my bed is trembing to the sound of club music which is right next door! plus poor internet, bad water pressure, central heating
Great location but, the internet reminds me of the late 1990's. Right now clocking 13~15KBs
Hotel is in a good location but it is time for a renovation. Rooms are a bit old and dirty.
Holy sheets, no matters pad under sheets, hotter than hell room - can't change temp in room and dumb woman at desk for check in. That's for $59 on Priceline @ 11:30 pm. Btw, it is a ghetto hood!
Water pressure is poor, give yourself extra time
Bring your own fan because you can't change the room temp.
Free coffee at the lobby!