Because of a groupon deal I found online, we stayed in a deluxe queen for two nights at a very good price. 85$ a night. Not sure what it would have cost to normally stay there. The bed was comfortable and warm. There was something wrong with the heat for the first night, but it was still comfortable despite the artic blast. The room did not come with a DVD player (In case you were wondering) and the standard definition was extremely fuzzy. The wifi was a pricey 9.99$, and the fenmore bistro was pricey as well. The food at the bistro made up for the price though; it was delicious. The bathroom door was visibly broken and the sink was also loose. There is a hotel security deposit you have to pay at check in. All of these things made the place seem mediocre. The staff at the front desk were very nice. You could always find the manager wandering around if you wanted to ask him a question. The hotel is in a wonderful location with a 7eleven convenient store, a dunkin donuts, a Starbucks, or a McDonald's all a short five minute walk away. There are also several restaurants a five minute walk away if you weren't on a budget. The subway is right is also a five minute walk down the street as well, as is fenway park. In summary, this hotel is in a great location. One more thing: toothpaste is not a complimentary toiletry, so bring your own. It was a lovely stay. I would stay here again.
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