A family of four stayed for half a week. The hotel rooms are small but comfortable. Another 20 square feet would make a big difference. The network was fine but a bit slow. We did not need any service other than check in so we cannot comment on that.
The pricing was $99 over the weekend (before tax) which was fair. The week days were $187 which seems high for a small room in that location. They also wanted $7/day for parking. This is ridiculous for a hotel in the suburbs. Parking fee was waived by signing up for the hotel frequent whatever program.
We ate one breakfast in the hotel. The food was quite good but very slow. It was a good thing we were not in a hurry that day. There are plenty of great places for breakfast and other meals around Newton/Wellesley.
We will stay here again if we get a more reasonable price. The room was clean and location good, right off the highway.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Escape the hectic pace of the city yet be close enough to easily visit at this contemporary boutique hotel adjacent to Boston train station and offering complimentary WiFi, 24 hour business center and state-of-the-art fitness center. Inside is the highly acclaimed BOKX 109 American Prime, a modern steakhouse for drinks and dinner and Phi Cafe featuring Starbuck's coffee, light breakfast and lunch fare. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
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