Ample parking leads to covered porch and entry. Concierge / front desk people could not have been more helpful or polite. Rooms are large and replete with every amenity one could want from snacks & drinks to high end toiletries. We hosted a function in one of their restaurant rooms. Every detail was handled before we even thought of it. We could not have been happier with everything from service to decor.
From the moment my wife and I arrived we became part of the Inn's family. The friendly, attentive, and courteous staff, the spacious and beautifully decorated rooms, and the exceptional dining, created a "vacation within a vacation," This was not our first stay at The Inn at Hastings Park, nor will it be our last.
Whilst the hotel is expensive you do get what you pay for. The location is perfect for visiting Lexington and seeing the sites as you can walk everywhere from here. The check-in was friendly and nothing was too much trouble. The room was small but well kitted out, very clean and stylish. Throughout or short stay we had nothing but help and great service. Its a beautiful building. One thing to note, if you want to book to sit outside to eat there book it early as we didn't and missed out.
Our recent stay here was just perfect. We arrived quite early and did not expect to see our room, but the staff immediately helped us and showed us to our GORGEOUS room in the Barn. They were all very helpful guiding us to all of the sites we were interested in and also helped us book tickets. Breakfast was delicious and the service was very personal and attentive. There seemed to be nothing they wouldn't do to help make our stay perfect for us. We had a few requests throughout our stay, and they didn't hesitate to go above and beyond at every turn. I HIGHLY recommend this Inn if you are needing to be in the area.
The rooms and staff are fine, but they gouge you if you try to cancel. I tried to cancel by email twice, and no one responded. I called and canceled but no one told me I was being charged a $100 “cancellation fee”, even if I cancelled 8 months before the reservation. I called again to ask about it and was told it was a booking fee, not a cancellation fee, apparently for the privilege of booking a room. When I said I had stayed in plenty of relays chateau in the past and never seen that before, I was told that I could apply it to a new booking. So, I booked a room on a random date next January which I will undoubtedly change when I next need to stay in Lexington again. So, at least 5 interactions to avoid being charged $100. While Gordon Gekko thinks greed is good, I am not sure that applies to the hospitality industry…
Arrived at the Inn at Hastings on April 24th. It is a splendid inn in the historic and picturesque town of Lexington, Ma. The staff is very welcoming and the rooms are very well suited to the needs and expectations of the modern traveler. The food could be severed on the food channel. You should give the inn a try. Cheers, Ed Cooney
We arrived with a warm welcomed by William. We then had dinner, we were so impressed by both the food and service from Ryan. The next morning, we enjoyed complimentary breakfast and Cornelia was very supportive and friendly. We will be back!
Great decor and service. The gentleman who checked us in (William) was exceptionally helpful with a voice that sounds exactly like Hugh Grant. Would not hesitate to stay again. Quite accommodating. Molton Brown toiletries, good bed linens, nice snacks in room. Quite well kept and clean. Whoever developed the property put a lot of thought into ensuring guests felt comfortable.
Lovely room, comfortable bed and linens, and modern bathroom. Thoroughly enjoyed my stay here. The inn does a fantastic job at keeping the aesthetic traditional but not stuffy. The whole property has a lot of personality. The acoustics in the rooms weren’t the best, but maybe that’s to be expected in historic dwellings. I could hear the couple above my room talking and heard people coming and going up the stairs. It wasn’t terribly bothersome as the above couple went to sleep early, but I could see how it might be for some. The road noise wasn’t an issue at all thanks to good windows. Will definitely stay here again on a subsequent visit to the area. Loved the parking, frette linens, and room fireplace.
The Inn at Hastings Park bursts colonial-era tradition as a place mere steps from the site where the 1st shots of the Revolutionary War were fired in 1775. The thrill of old war-like histories and patriotic spirits remain alive here among 3 thoughtfully restored antique buildings (Main House, Barn & the Isaac Mulliken House) encompassing 22 unique and elegantly decorated rooms and suites yet invigorated with modern finesse by local designers. Complimentary use of the hotel's bikes, seasonal local pools and Volvo SUV's for country drives, golf, tennis and yoga create a fanfare of guest activities. However; it is the historical character of the neighbourhood that sparks heavy interest. How about retracing Paul Revere's Midnight Ride and with Concord nearby one would be remiss to pass on a walking tour with a local expert. Although I'm not a history buff, I relished in the revolutionary stories told by the local colonial wizards. Each of the 22 rooms is designed so none of any two of the colonial modern rooms are the same. I was delighted with my deluxe King suite located in the Main House. It was decked out with a fireplace, playful wallpaper, colourful benches, stuffed armchairs and quirky pieces that added a contemporary whimsy alongside historical detail, The bed was super comfy with plush Frette bed linen and the room was outfitted with high-tech appliances. The bath was topped up with marble with a spa inspired rain shower and luxe toiletries. Above all, don't forget to dine in at the Inn's colonial Town Meeting American brasserie. This eatery produces standout dishes where the menu focuses on local ingredients: seafood, game, meat and dairy. Whether it's Blueberry-Buttermilk pancakes for breakfast, Pan Seared Salmon as an entree for dinner or Apple Tart as I opted for as a sweet fix.A magical culinary setting ,however, is the INNgloo, a private wintery wonderland featuring cozy igloos seating up to 6 for lunch and dinner. This is an elegant and mysterious culinary experience and overall service was charming and exemplary. So if you are searching for an ideal location to explore colonial-era history and capitalize on the many important events of the American Revolution and relish in accommodations that reflect history as well as enjoy. culinary options that feature a seasoned northern England inspired menu........then try the....The Inn at Hasting Park....A Historic Revolutionary Presence.…