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The centrally located Constitution Inn hotel is right next to the scenic waterfront, and is just a short distance from the many attractions that downtown Boston has to offer. Discover the Bunker Hill Monument, see the Red Sox at Fenway Park, explore the New England Aquarium or visit the Faneuil Hall Marketplace.
All of the spacious and comfortable rooms at the Constitution Inn hotel come with a whole host of facilities to ensure you have a great stay. Each room comes includes wireless internet access (free), a fridge, a microwave, a coffee/tea maker, ironing facilities, a cable TV, a hairdryer and a private bathroom with amenities.
After a busy day in the local area, make full use of the heated pool, relax in the sauna, work out in the fitness centre or shoot some hoops at the basketball court. The hotel also offers complimentary classes such as yoga, Pilates and group cycling. Be sure to ask the friendly hotel staff for local restaurant recommendations.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 147
- 24 hour front desk
- Lift to all Floors
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Air Conditioning
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Cable/Satellite TV channels
- Indoor Pool Free: No
- Sauna Free: No
- Gym Free: No
- Name: Boston Logan International Airport
- Distance: 7 kilometres
- Cots/Cribs Free: No
- Nearest Airport Name: Boston Logan International Airport Distance: 7 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 693 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Decent place to crash
Stay Date: 01/2017, rideteamgreen02 wrote this review.
Decent place to stay. Could be way cleaner. There were tags from someone else's clothes on the floor. Just goes to show they aren't gone through that well. Also no tv in front of the couch in the double suite. Had to sit on the bed to watch the footb… See more
Decent place to stay. Could be way cleaner. There were tags from someone else's clothes on the floor. Just goes to show they aren't gone through that well. Also no tv in front of the couch in the double suite. Had to sit on the bed to watch the football game. All while there was an entire room next door to hang in, but no reason to go in there. Collapse
Stay Date: 12/2016, Duffer091 wrote this review.
As one previous subscriber stated, The Constitution Inn is a good choice if you’re looking for an economy hotel in the Boston area. The hotel is located in the Navy Yard area, which is bustling during the workday, as the area is comprised of renovate… See more
As one previous subscriber stated, The Constitution Inn is a good choice if you’re looking for an economy hotel in the Boston area. The hotel is located in the Navy Yard area, which is bustling during the workday, as the area is comprised of renovated large shipping buildings. Many businesses occupy these buildings, and there even is a branch of Mass General Hospital. Over the weekend the population drops and the streets are a bit more deserted, of course, but we still walked around, and felt secure. The Navy Yard area is a hearty walk over to the North End, Downtown, waterfront, and Financial District. There’s also a shuttle-bus we were told, but we walked in brisk weather, and it was fine. The hotel itself is true economy – no robe, no slippers, no frills. One of the walls in our room was cinder block, the bathroom could have used an upgrade. The water in the shower was chilly one day (had to wait 15 minutes for it to warm up), but super hot the following day. (The difference could have been our different schedules on the two days.) Our room during the two days seemed to always be warm/hot, so we kept one of the windows open during our stay. Oddly, many of the electrical outlets in the room were loose, so it was tough to charge our devices. The two full-sized beds in the room were fine, the wi-fi worked well, and generally the room was clean. The parking was actually discounted at a municipal parking garage about two blocks away. There is parking on the street, but during the workweek spots are few and far between, and not much better on the weekend. Overall, the price was right, and the hotel was just …OK. Collapse
Economy but not value
Stay Date: 11/2016, il_smasher_mn wrote this review.
I stayed here 1st week in November. It was unseasonably warm. I was on the top floor (heat rises) and it was sweltering in my room. The AC wouldn't work even after mentioning it to staff. There was a box fan but the window was on the roof so I couldn… See more
I stayed here 1st week in November. It was unseasonably warm. I was on the top floor (heat rises) and it was sweltering in my room. The AC wouldn't work even after mentioning it to staff. There was a box fan but the window was on the roof so I couldn't get air to circulate. I was across the hall from the laundry room (noisy). There was a kitchenette and coffee maker. The bed was sooo uncomfortable; it was just a cheap mattress you could feel the springs and it sagged. The walls were brick concrete but somehow you could still hear the neighbors. It was really more like a dormitory. It cost me $160/night. That was cheaper than other hotels in the area, but still too expensive in my opinion. The ONLY thing that made it worth it was proximity to the where my meeting was and I was able to walk to the North End. There aren't many restaurants locally and they don't do a breakfast, though, there are a couple vending machines. There is a full gym and pool (in the basement) that is open to guests. There is also an area where you can leave your bags while you're waiting to check in or if you're out n about after checking out. They are good about getting you a cab or pointing you in the direction of the shuttle stop to take you to the T, however, it was running over an hour late the day I needed it. Collapse
I would never ever stay here again!
Stay Date: 11/2016, Charlotte M wrote this review.
From start to finish we had a bit of a nightmare. The best thing I can say about it is its location – very easy to get to via the ferry (although it stops quite early) and it’s in a quiet neighbourhood. On check in, we provided our voucher as proof o… See more
From start to finish we had a bit of a nightmare. The best thing I can say about it is its location – very easy to get to via the ferry (although it stops quite early) and it’s in a quiet neighbourhood. On check in, we provided our voucher as proof of our booking. We were asked for a credit card for any incidentals. As I was pretty certain we weren’t going to be charged for anything, I gave a pre-loaded card, which had our travel money on. However, when we came to use the card on the third day, we were told it was declined. On looking at the app which shows the transactions, we’d been charged for $500.00 by the Constitution Inn! When we asked, there was a fumbled answer, followed by us trying to prove that we’d already paid before we’d arrived. They finally agreed and voided the transaction. This was on the Sunday when we checked out. Two days later after adding more money to the card, the $500.00 was finally refunded. I emailed the manager of the hotel on Monday and was quite bluntly told that there was nothing else they could do and that I’d need to speak to the bank. Anyhow, back to the hotel… we went up in the tired and smelly lifts to our room where we had two small doubles/large singles in a really smelly room. The whole place smelt bad, as if it hadn’t been cleaned properly in quite some time. As we’d asked for a double room, and that was what was listed on the booking, I went back to reception to question the two small beds. I was told that that’s what we were given, and that’s a double room. Despite the fact that on their website they have rooms available with one double bed in. The room was pretty awful, it smelt, the bathroom was old and cramped and there were some questionable stains around the toilet on the floor. The second night we were there, which happened to be my birthday, there was some sort of party going on in the room next to us. The walls seemed to be paper thin and led to me making five calls to reception, the last being at 2am! I apologise for the long account of this hotel, I’ve stayed in some pretty cheap places having been backpacking, but I can honestly say this is the worst place I’ve stayed and I’m pretty sure it wasn’t as cheap as a hostel. The best thing would be is to take it off of your hotels list for Boston. If I had any idea of how bad it’d be I’d have paid way more to stay somewhere decent. If TripAdvisor had an option for no stars, it'd have none. As it happens there isn't so that's why I've given it one star. Collapse
Stay Date: 08/2016, Swetha S wrote this review.
Rooms were clean and the staff was friendly and professional. Their location is fantastic and is right off the navy yard with easy access to the USS constitution, Mass Gen and the korean war veterans memorial. THere is no parking on the property thou… See more
Rooms were clean and the staff was friendly and professional. Their location is fantastic and is right off the navy yard with easy access to the USS constitution, Mass Gen and the korean war veterans memorial. THere is no parking on the property though Collapse
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