If you are in town for business in the downtown/financial district and need a more budget-conscious option, this is a great choice. It's just outside of downtown, in the theater district and a short walk to the red, green or orange lines of the MBTA as well as a quick walk to most any location downtown. The rooms have gorgeous furniture, a nice large desk and free internet. The fitness room is decent and you can run in the Commons/Public Garden nearby. The front desk was also very accommodating, getting me into my room when I arrived from a red eye, 4 hours ahead of check-in.
For tourists, there's certainly a lot to recommend it - again, close to the T and the theaters, as well as a short walk to Newbury St/Copley Sq. And because of the theater crowd, plenty of generic, mid-priced (PF Changs, Rock Bottom) food options just out the door. However, there are a few reasons to stay elsewhere if you are primarily in town for leisure.
First, the rooms are SMALL. Totally adequate for a single, a bit cozy for a couple, can't imagine cramming any kids in there.
Second, it's LOUD. On Thu, Friday and Saturday a large crowd of folks will be at Caprice/The Roxy on the lower level of the hotel. The people waiting outside in line are noisy, and I could hear the DJ as if he were in the room next door (I was on the 7th floor).
But, overall, I had a very positive stay. I'd heartily recommend it for business and I'd still recommend it for tourists, just with those caveats.
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