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This hotel doesn't deserve the Hilton Brand. Little parking because both the front and back of hotel are torn up for construction. We were shocked at how dirty the lobby was. Even though we checked in before six. the king sized bed we booked several...More
The hotel is somewhat older and the rooms were a bit worn. There is not a huge selection of restaurants in the area so the hotel does a good job providing a cafe, pleasant eating area and small bar for their guests. They also provide...More
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Response from Amelia K, Director of Front Office at DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Boston BaysideResponded 12 June 2018
Thank you for taking the time to write a review about our hotel. We really appreciate your feedback. My staff and I are very happy to know that you had a great stay and we were able to exceed your expectations on most fronts. Our...More
The DoubleTree Hilton Hotel at Boston Bayside is clean and comfortable, the only drawback being its location out of the center of Boston. The closest T line is the red line at JFK/UMass, about 10 minutes walk away.
With no restaurant, the hotel provides a...More
Hotel is fine for a quick overnight. Room costs are favorable, compared to higher cost hotels closer to Logan airport. My room itself (119) was clean, yet dated. Wallpaper peeling at the seams in the bathroom. A/C unit seemed real old. Not sure if there's...More
I chose this hotel because it was part of the Hilton brand. This was a vacation trip, and the room was booked months ago (long before post season baseball became a reality in Boston).
Upon arrival, there was noisy construction going on around the exterior...More
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Response from ConradM244, General Manager at DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Boston BaysideResponded 6 days ago
Dear Brenda H, thank you for taking the time to write a review about your experience at the Doubletree by Hilton Boston Bayside. I'm sorry to hear about the challenges you experienced both with the thermostat issue, and the lack of a timely repair. I...More
Located just two miles from downtown Boston, our convenient hotel offers easy access to the subway just one block away as well as complimentary shuttle service to the airport, local area restaurants, the …MoreBCEC and Black Falcon Cruise Terminal. Enjoy comfortable accommodations in a standard guest room or upgrade to one of our suites. Grab a quick bite at the Marketplace Cafe and Take Away with premium deli meats and Starbucks coffee bar. Less
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No, but the Red Line train is roughly 2 blocks away and easily walkable. The train will take you right downtown where the Freedom Trail and many other sights are within walking distance. Just be sure to build a little extra... More
No, but the Red Line train is roughly 2 blocks away and easily walkable. The train will take you right downtown where the Freedom Trail and many other sights are within walking distance. Just be sure to build a little extra time into your schedule for travel. Staying outside of downtown may not be as convenient, but it is cheaper and quieter, and we could see/walk to the bay from the hotel.
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Barbara, each year the changing of the laves tend to begin at different times. However, generally speaking, you'll start to see splashes of color around mid-September. By early October, fall leaf colors become more... More
Barbara, each year the changing of the laves tend to begin at different times. However, generally speaking, you'll start to see splashes of color around mid-September. By early October, fall leaf colors become more pronounced, and peak season comes around the 3rd week of October.