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This exhibit was very well put together, I enjoyed seeing Mrs Patmores kitchen , the dining room , and Mr Carsons room . The gowns were beautiful . I was a little disappointed that Roses gold gown was not present . I was worth the travel and the money .
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Architectural Buildings
"Very friendly but beware - this is not an old church at all!"
reviewed May 9, 2019 by BrushM
Nice place and lovely friendly people who showed us around - however the church itself is new and the "old" building is simply a façade as apparently the real thing burned down years ago. Nevertheless worth a visit!
I never write a bad review but this one takes the cake. We got a table and bottle service and the waitress gave away the last 1/4 of the bottle. The "made up for it" by giving us 3 weak shots. We asked to speak with the manager several times and he never came over. When he found us he...
Small, dark but lovely! we had a great time with the show. The cabaret style show was different from what I have experienced before but it was still entertaining. I was expecting real singing and not lip sync and dance but the performers made it fun, all 4 of them. All and all, I would return because the show was...
A for sure hole in the wall place. They make amazing breakfast sandwiches. No where to eat, which makes it hard for people from out of town. I'd definitely have them delivered to my hotel next time. Coffee is awful, go somewhere else for that.
Although it is now closed for renovations, it will e well worth the wait for re-opening. Perfect location in a classic gulding on the corner of Arlington St. & Columbus Ave. (Boston). The interior is spectacular, dominated, perhaps by an exotic circular bar. The food is excellent and the service is commendable. Put it on your bucket list.
Service almost nonexistent.
As we came in on a Saturday at 945 pm we saw many people deep at the bar on the rooftop.
The Greeter advised us to wait for a waitress. I stayed a half hour and never saw any waitress-- even when walking around to find one.
What a waste of potential revenue! Great view but poorly...
"Awesome hotel, awesome location and even better staff!"
reviewed 1 week ago by joelax
I love the Revere Hotel Boston Common and won't stay anywhere else when I travel to Boston. The staff is very helpful and goes out of their way to make your stay special.
My only complaint is cost of parking, but that's all of downtown Boston.