Stayed one night at the Days Hotel in Boston. The room was clean and the front desk accommodating. Certainly, you get what you pay for, and, being one of the only places (and certainly the cheapest one) in Boston where I could get free parking, I must say this hotel was what we were looking for, though not a particularly lovely place. The neighborhood, if you can call it that, is empty of people and warehouse-y, and though it's only a 15 minute walk to Harvard Square, it's not a walk we wanted to do at night. Soldiers Field Road is the road on the western side of the city that snakes along the Charles River, and as it heads east, it becomes Storrow Drive. The divided road can make the hotel tricky to get into if you're coming from the east, though, with its bright Days Inn sign, it's certainly easy enough to find. If you pay a little extra you can get a view toward the river, which is nice. The hotel has a covered parking lot which is a great convenience and keeps you out of the weather - the lot is under the back building, which gives it a creepy feeling at night. (However, we encountered nothing that gave us any reason to feel that way.) Also, the hotel has a restaurant, but we didn't eat there as it was always totally empty. Carpets look a little worn throughout, but the bed was okay. TV has many channels, bathrooms were clean, with decent shampoos, etc. If you want a cheap base of operations and need a free place to put your car, this is a good hotel to consider. But if you're looking for something you'd call "nice," look elsewhere.
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- Also Known As:
- Days Inn Boston
- Boston Days Inn