The Inn At St Botolph

99 Saint Botolph St | Boston, MA 02116-6404  [SEE MAP]Boston, MA  [SEE ADDRESS]

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TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Much more than a place to live

Aug 28th, 2019

I have spent 6 months in a sabbatical research period working with colleagues at Babson College. Fortunately, I found an ideal place just in downtown to live at an affordable price. Inn St Botolph. You can sleep in a non-noisy area and you still are in the centre. Rooms are very much comfortable and everything works. Laura the manager, does more than a usual manager does. You immediately notice that besides everyone’s expertise (you have to know Carlos “El salvadoreño” who masters anything that might not work for a while) they care about you. Therefore, the atmosphere build by the whole team provides that warm that one needs when away from home. Just check the genuine smiles from Brendon, Dustin or Danieli, when at your morning arrival you say (I was the first at the breakfast time): how are you?. Today, my last day, I realise how much I enjoyed this place, and how much I am going to miss these people that work at Inn St Botolph. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Fantastic location

Jul 12th, 2019

I stayed at the Inn at St Botolph for the last few days and I have to say, it was great. The location couldn’t be any better. Close to everything, especially the Pru, and yet in a tree lined low key street. My room was large for Boston standards, living room, kitchen, bath and bedroom filled with light throughout the day. It was wonderful to have keyless entry and didn’t have to worry about a key. The staff was so helpful with dinner suggestions, an amazing meal at Bar Lyon, and others things. I will stay there again for sure!! TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 2

In desperate need of TLC

Jun 7th, 2019

Concept okay but feels shabby, tired, dark and dirty. With sales tax room comes to over $500/night, I expect dramatically higher standards of care/maintenance. Pros: comfy mattress (but no mattress pad under the sheets?Gross!), good location, convenient to have a laundry on premises, AC works. Nice towels. Cons: #304 had old wrinkled nasty carpet and only scorching hot water in bathroom sink, entry floor was dirty looking. Tight cramped bathroom. Asked to be moved due to hot water problems, and luckily, was accommodated immediately due to available vacancy. Larger space (303) has much nicer layout. However, accumulating defects leaves a poor impression: cracked desk lampshade, deteriorating shower floor grout in both rooms, dirty sponge in kitchen sink (again, gross), un-ironed wrinkled sheets look used before you lie down (get them done professionally for heaven’s sake vs. trying to save money), ripped decorative pillow on the bed (doesn’t housekeeping report this stuff?), etc. Reflects poor management attention. Wouldn’t return nor recommend. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Loved it!

Apr 28th, 2019

What a wonderful hotel - loved it! This small boutique hotel faces a charming tree lined brick-sidewalk neighborhood. Only a block away from the Prudential center (so it is close to all the touristy things) - but that block makes a huge difference. Very relaxed compared to the big hotels around the Pru-Center and Copley Square. The hotel has large and well appointed suites with kitchenettes, a small but well equipped fitness room, and a small breakfast room with coffee and basic breakfast items in the morning. The staff is friendly and helpful. A few things to note: This is not a full service hotel. There is no restaurant/bar or room service and the office is not staffed 24x7 (I think it was more like 8:00 AM to 9:00 PM). For off-hours, they give you a code to get in the front door and in to your room (make sure you get the code ahead of time if you are arriving late). There is no hotel parking, but there are a number of parking lots nearby - and there is metered street parking (read the signs - but as I recall >> 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM - pay with coins or credit card - 2 hour Max. Free from 6:00 PM to 8:00 AM - and Free on Sundays/Holidays) There is a 24 hour convenience store right across the street if something is needed off hours - and innumerable shops, restaurants, etc. within a 10 minute walk (including the national chains you'll find if you walk towards the Prudential Center / Boylston St. and great neighborhood places if you head in the other direction - towards Columbus Ave.) Between the hotel and Columbus Ave is a linear park that stretches from Mass Ave to Back-Bay train station. A nice/peaceful walk - and well lit at night - so I felt quite safe strolling along in the late evening as I headed back to the hotel after dinner. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Easy and geat location

Feb 2nd, 2019

Comfortable bed, clean, great location (given that I was attending a conference at Hynes Convention Center), and helpful and friendly staff. Instead of keys they use codes for door access, which is one less thing to carry as well. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

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