I chose this hotel as it was still close enough to Boston to make a commute feasible.
It was also A LOT cheaper than staying in Boston itself.
The room was spacious and presentable, as was the en-suite. Cleanliness was not superb, but it was my fault for dropping crumbs on the floor! The beds are made up and bins emptied each day.
There is an Asian food supermarket and a couple of 7/11s on the way north along Hancock Street for essentials, but I ate out most times so can only comment on the 7/11s which were as you would expect for convenience stores.
It is 5 mins from the Wollaston T (Subway, Metro, Train or whatever you call it) stop on the red line and 15 mins into town ($15 for a 7 day ticket and $5 all day parking at the T station and it is well used).
There is some construction going on at the moment (Oct 2012), so again noise during the day.
It is situated right next to the Hancock St / 3A junction, which is a great scenic exit from the area and eventually connects back onto the 3. There is a lot to look at just following the coastal roads, even if it is just the expensive houses!
Close by (within a couple of miles) there are quite a few restaurants ranging from fast food to sports bars and I can recommend Burkes Seafood in North Quincy for the fish and chips as well as the clam chowder.
Traffic before 9AM and between 3-6PM is quite heavy and the turn into the hotel when coming from the South is not really possible in the afternoon rush hour, either turn around at the next turning or come from the North, with the traffic. The turning is "hidden" at night, just look for the car wash sign for the turn marker!
Room 38 can be a bit noisy during the day as it is above the industrial wash room, but as you do not...
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