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September 24, 2005
There is an indoor pool in this hotel, which is perfect for a dip after seeing the sights without worrying about ever-changing Boston weather. The rooms are pretty standard for a Holiday Inn in terms of cleanliness and amenities, but they are a bit cramped with furniture due to their small size. Boston is famous for the high cost of living per square foot, so it makes sense that this hotel would try to maximize its profits by squeezing in some extra rooms. This was the only negative thing that I noticed during my stay.
The concierge was very helpful and pleasant. Checking in and out went smoothly and they were more than happy to validate parking and give directions to area sights.
This hotel is conveniently located near Fenway Park and Kenmore Square. Though it is in Brookline, the T stops nearby and connects you quickly to the downtown Boston area attractions. Restaurants and coffee shops are numerous on Beacon Street by the hotel, so visitors shouldn't have problem finding a good place to eat.
From journal Boston - Tourist in My Own City
Fort Worth, Texas
March 27, 2001
From journal BOSTON - THE CITY ON THE OCEAN