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L'emplacement n'est pas mauvais mais le prix est trop élévé pour la prestation Baignoire bouchée, réveil à 8h50 non sollicité après nuit courte, petit-déjeuner avec couverts/gobelets/assiettes en palstique ou polystyrène très insuffisant.
La proximité des transports en commun. La tranquilité. Le confort des lits Le petit déjeuner est vraiment minimal. Il n'est pas très varié
Un excellent rapport qualité prix, pas de mauvaise surprise dans cette chaine d'hotel, j'ai aimé le parking gratuit et la proximité d'une ligne de train (2min a pied) qui conduit dans le centre de Boston. Le petit dejeuner continental est bien complet (sympa les gauffriers à disposition avec la pate en distributeur pour des gauffres aromatisées aux fruits)
Chambre confortable, petit déjeuner varié et bon
L'accueil, la proprete de la chambre et son confort.
La ventilation de nuit est très bruyante.
le personnel tres attentionné
Le personnel était très accueillant. La chambre était propre et le lit était confortable. J'ai aimé que le train passe tout près pour nous amener dans le centre de Boston. L'épicerie à proximité, le réfrigérateur et le micro-onde dans la chambre permettent de bien manger à moindre coût. Le seul point négatif: très mal insonorisé et coup de malchance, ils refaisaient la rue lors de notre passage.
Très bon accueil de la part du personnel. Un des bons que l'on ait rencontré depuis longtemps. Hotel tranquille situé près d'un arrêt du T (transport en commun) Proximité de bons restaurants. Le petit déjeuner est à revoir La qualité de la nourriture est cependant excellente Le problème se situe au niveau du choix: Oeufs durs, manque de choix de pain
Hotel correct situé au nord de Boston et à 5 mn à pied du tramway métro qui vous dépose au centre ville . petit déjeuner moyen . Obligé de se mettre sur la coursive pour tenter une connexion wifi
Fairly comfortable and clean. Includes light breakfast and parking. A few miles from city center. The mouse. It woke me up around midnight of our second night there. It was running around and chewing on something. My boyfriend didn't hear it initially because he's a heavier sleeper than me. I thought I was hearing things. After we turned off the lights, I heard it again. This time, he did too. I couldn't sleep after that. I had the lights on for about an hour or so. My boyfriend was tired from a long day so he passed out. I eventually dozed off but not for long as it woke me again around 6am. We finally found what it got into. We had a loaf of bread inside a tied up plastic bag in the room. It chewed through the bag and ate a big piece of the bread. I told the manager, Supta, about it, but she said they do not have a mouse problem. However, I found a mouse trap under behind the desk with a piece of cheese on it. I guess it was a really smart mouse. She explained the trap is for preventative reasons. She also asked if I turned off or blocked the mouse light (it's a night light to scare off the mice??) Nope, it was on the whole night. I suggested that they a post a sign warning guests not to have any food in the room, like they do in hostels, since it sounded like she thought it was our fault for having food in the room. I was a bit upset they have an issue with mice, especially for the price we paid ($92 a night!) I would have rated this stay as a one star for this reason but our first night stay was not a problem. I suppose if you're a heavy sleeper or don't mind the company of mice, it won't be an issue.
The front desk staff was very friendly. Honestly, this place was disappointing. I had to open the windows to air out the overwhelming perfume smell in my room. It was so strong, I couldn't stop coughing. Then, I couldn't lock the windows back up when I needed to close them. There was garbage all over the parking lot too. Definitely not worth $100/night.
Everything! Room was clean (great shower!), staff was helpful, breakfast was good, price was affordable, and it was near where we were going. Favorite place I've stayed in a while, even compared to places twice the price.
This updated and rebranded Howard Johnson offers a traveler a great value with a 10-minute walk to the Red Line of MBTA. Good resources for restaurants, coffee shops, and bakeries in walking distance. The facility is newly redone, and looks great. Simple, clean appearance from the street that carries through to the interior. This is a simple place, with no lounging lobby or other common area than a breakfast room. This is a place for travellers who will be out visiting and sight-seeing for the majority of their time here. Rooms can vary. The room they initially put us in seemed only partially updated with an old Jacuzzi tub, paint peeling on the ceiling and walls, and mould in the tiles around the tub. The paint job in the room was obviously inferior. That room was also next to the "Janitorial" room, which serves as the office and break room for cleaning staff that starts work at 6am — very noisy very early. Front desk staff easily and quickly moved us without fuss when we asked for another room. This one was completely redone and a lovely glassed in large shower. The only other thing to note is that since this is a refurb, the sound-deadening is less than in a newer facility and the sound-sealing, such as the door with no seals around it, allows for noise to come in the room more than contemporary construction. Ultimately, we might use this place again, because it is a great value.