We booked a 5 day trip to boston and found online the bulfinch to be the nicest looking and affordable hotel closest to tourist attractions. once we arrived we were ...
We booked a 5 Day trip to Boston and found online the Bulfinch to be the nicest looking and affordable hotel closest to tourist attractions. Once we arrived we were pretty dssapointed for the following... #1 Valet Parking is $42 per night (you don't really need a car in Boston if you are staying in the city, but we planned to visit the outskirts of Boston so we did). Its overpriced! #2 the room furniture was outdated - its obvious they updated most of the paint, lamps and other decor, but we had an old TV (not plasma as advertised on their site) old coat closet , TV stand and desk. If these items were updated the whole room would like nicer. #3 i travel often and this was the first time I slept in a bed with only 2 pillows and only sheets. A nice thick bed cover would be nice :/ Rooms are a bit small, but worked out well for only the two of us.
Again, I was very disapointed with the valet pricing - especially one night when we came back and the valet was closed and the guy in the front desk was lazy to take our keys and park the car when we already had paid the full night. The Tapas lounge at the hotel is very nice and the staff is very welcoming. I do recommend having a drink and try the delicious Tiramisu.
Location is great. It's a short walk to Quincy Market, Waterfront area and North Station.
For some reason the hotel website has pictures of the room accents, but not the whole room. Better pictures would helpful.
In overall, It was a nice stay except for the items mentioned.
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