A refreshing hotel in the thriving Seaport District. Renew your mind & body with the Heavenly Bed & Bath, pool & jacuzzi and SuperFoods dishes.
Sure, the price you pay is a little steep for the size of your room, however the hotel is located right next to a convention center and it is also pretty nice. Good beds
The Bed is the best..ever...what a dream sleep
You can't plug your phone in anywhere near the beds
Paying for internet at a hotel Is ridiculous these days.
They make you pay extra to use the wifi. Weak.
There is meter parking about half mile walk, right on the bridge. Free after 8pm. There is also an attached garage, but it's pricy. They do validate.
View is Great
Fitness center opens up at 5 am, but ask the reception and they will send someone to open up for you even earlier.
Great stay. All the staff I encountered from the doormen to front desk were friendly and helpful. Loved the bed and shower. Parking was expensive (even self parking) but would stay here again.
The doormen have ice cold water and a towel waiting for you when you come back from a run. Now that's service!
An exerciser's haven. They have exercise clothes you can borrow for $5 if you forgot yours. Includes New Balance shirt, pants, and shoes with socks you can keep.
"Hybrid cars only" section has no outlets that support charging a car at 110v/15a much less NEMA 14-50. Price gouging on Wifi in 2014 should be against the law. Really crappy AT&T LTE coverage.
The most generic hotel in the world.
A lot of haters on this thread. I slept just fine walls no thinner than any other hotel. And yeah it's expensive but it's Boston it always is. Rooms n common areas lovely.
While not my first choice of Boston hotels, seems to be a great place for an event. #CEBSummit has been remarkably well run. Lobster rolls, crab cakes & airy sweet potato pastries--great event food.
Just saw a mouse (the rodent animal) run across the floor in the Grand Ballroom.
Very poor to have no wifi in room unless you pay for it. Even worse when it's broken & they won't open the meeting room wifi. Rubbish for a business hotel. £1.5k + for 5 nights at a discounted rate.
Great hotel and heavenly beds. I checked in with a loud baby crying next door and the concierge was able to change my rooms to a corner room. Had a great stay! Thanks
Wish we didn't have to pay for Internet
View from the room
The bathroom lights make you look like a freakin' zombie
Only thing that's free here is bottle water and in-room Starbucks. The bed is amazing with decent amenities, but skip food or drinks. The waterfront has much better and less $ just a 5 min walk away
Nice hotel, but you have to pay almost $20 for Wi-Fi. You can get it for free at Seaport Hotel across the street.
Seriously $19/night for Internet.... What is this aol in the 90's???
Staying here for PAX? Don't get caught with any normals.
First room smelled strongly of cigarette smoke. After I complained, got upgraded to a room on a higher floor with city view. Super comfortable beds! Didn't hear my neighbors, as others have complained
Wifi should be free access in the rooms. Breakfast menu for the crew members limited :-( Nice hotel, rooms and gym with swimmingpool.
Walk to Papagayo for dinner one night. Be sure to order the strawberry jalapeño marg!
Hot chocolate at check in. Nice touch!
Oh, and don't bother with the wifi - it's not very good signal, and when you do get 'full service' on the gold package for $20 it's no faster than 3G.
Standard Westin, yes the walls are paper thin and yes the parking it insanely overpriced, but all Westins are - it's what it says on the can! Breakfast SHOULD be included for $385/night - but it's not
Lovely room. Awful service. Desk would not issue me room key as my husband's wife, despite 17 points of ID including social security card and military spouse ID as we were both on orders. HUGE F.
No wifi downstairs. $5 incentive to forgo a room cleaning, which is lovely, except that breakfast costs $30.
This is a nice place 2 stay the nite in Boston MA.
A fancy place to pee.
Rodney is the nicest bellhop ever! Told us all about the hotel and the rooms features when we entered and said to call him personally if we needed anything.
Beautiful hotel and fantastic meeting rooms!
Front of the Westin.
Don't forget to tip your room cleaner!
They still charge you for wifi (almost $20/day for "high speed") and walls are REALLY thin where you'll hear every moan and groan of your neighbor so ask for a room at the end of the hall.
Don't miss the hotel's Birch Bar and Patio. They make great cocktails here. http://j.mp/IBocQ6
Low tech; not convenient for business travellers.
They do guided runs (about 3mi) every Mon, Wed, and Fri. Great way to start your morning. The guides are knowledable and very friendly!
Great hotel with super-friendly staff right by the convention center and a quick walk to good restaurants and bars. The hotel lobby bar is perfect for solo travelers looking to unwind!
Be forewarned business people. Walls are less than paper thin. Do not speak private business in hotel rooms. Heard my neighbor sneeze. Sounds like he's in my room.
Avoid the back parking lot at ALL costs unless you want to park in Uzbekistan!
Kids (or dogs?) howling at 5am not fun.