I went to this hotel with some friends in December to get away for the weekend and to spend an early holiday with them. We booked our trip directly through the hotels website. We arrived to the hotel and parked the car @ $39.00 per night, tipped the bellhop and realized that before ever stepping into our room we spent $100.00. This hotel is close to the Italian district and close to Quincy Market, so if you enjoy walking you can get to either area in a short period of time. The hotel has a beautiful pool and is situated directly on the waterway. The area is quite nice, the rooms are clean and well maintained, the price for the hotel is expensive even for Boston. The weekend cost $600.00 for the hotel with parking, which is not a cheap getaway. I would look around for better pricing or even consider other hotels in the area which may offer better pricing and less money for the extras such as parking, internet, etc.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This breathtaking, modern Boston waterfront hotel stands on the site where a late-night tea party ignited the American Revolution. Located between the financial district and the booming Fort Point Channel, find yourself at the heart of the city and take in waterfront views from Miel, Boston's first Provence-themed brasserie. An urban retreat, relax and revive with an indoor lap pool and full-service spa. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Intercontinental Boston Hotel Boston
- Boston Intercontinental