Holiday Inn Express Boston Garden
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Only 3 miles from Logan Airport and across from North Station, the Holiday Inn Express – Boston Garden is an ideal base for travelling around this varied city. Visit top attractions such as Faneuil Hall, Paul Reveres House and Boston Harbour or follow the Freedom Trail through historic downtown Boston. Boston’s North End also boasts a wide range of excellent museums, restaurants and shops for your enjoyment.
The Holiday Inn Express – Boston Garden hotel guest rooms are all contemporary in design and offer a range of upscale amenities to make your stay memorable. All rooms include free Wi-Fi access, flat screen TVs, a microwave, a mini fridge, quality linen bedding and complimentary toiletries.
The hotel also offers an on-site gift shop, a fitness centre, a dry cleaning service and a comfortable lobby area. As well as tucking into a delicious breakfast (package dependent), guests can dine at the hotel’s stylish Qdoba Mexican Grill throughout the day.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Concierge Desk
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Complimentary Newspaper
- Laundry/Dry Cleaning Services
- Cable/Satellite TV channels
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 522 reviews
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Close to the action
Stay Date: 07/2017, Jeffrey B wrote this review.
Your typical Holiday Inn just across the street from Boston Garden. Very short walk to the North End where there are great restaurant options. If you are in town for a concert it is a good place to stay. A bit pricey however.
Your typical Holiday Inn just across the street from Boston Garden. Very short walk to the North End where there are great restaurant options. If you are in town for a concert it is a good place to stay. A bit pricey however. Collapse
Bring Earplugs and be Prepared for a Lousy Stay...
Stay Date: 06/2017, Justoldme wrote this review.
First, we have stayed at more than 100 Holiday Express Inn Hotels. This one was absolutely the Worst one ever. Aside from being in a Very Bad Neighborhood, this Way Overpriced and Totally Shabby Hotel, we were awoken at about 12:15 AM by Loud Yelling… See more
First, we have stayed at more than 100 Holiday Express Inn Hotels. This one was absolutely the Worst one ever. Aside from being in a Very Bad Neighborhood, this Way Overpriced and Totally Shabby Hotel, we were awoken at about 12:15 AM by Loud Yelling and Screaming coming from the Streets below. This went on for over 1 1/2 hours until the Police finally showed up with Sirens Blaring and Blue and Red Lights Flashing. (The Blackout Shade useless because light came steaming in from the Edges. Useless in the Early Morning Too). About 4-5 minutes after the Police arrived the Noise Abated. We suppose that they either Dispersed or Arrested the Hooligans that caused this Ruckus. Having walked in the area earlier, we assumed that they were a mixture of Drunks and Drug Addicts. To top this whole debacle off, the room was small, dirty with worn and marred Furniture. Additionally the Bed was very Old and was uncomfortable as a Bag of Rocks. The only reason that this Miserable place exists is that it is directly across the street from TR Gardens were the Celtics and the Bruins play. We had read the Bad reviews about this Hotel but decided to stay there anyways because we could not believe the an IHG Property could be that Bad. IT WAS WORSE THAN THE ROTTEN REVIEWS SAID IT WAS !!! You have been warned. STAY AWAY. Collapse
Avoid This Hotel
Stay Date: 06/2017, JARZMenloPark_CA wrote this review.
I stay at Holiday Inn Expresses a lot -- in general they are good hotels. However, this one is not good -- it is horrible. Avoid at all costs. This was without a doubt the worst hotel stay i have ever had. Set aside the fact that I had to pay $40… See more
I stay at Holiday Inn Expresses a lot -- in general they are good hotels. However, this one is not good -- it is horrible. Avoid at all costs. This was without a doubt the worst hotel stay i have ever had. Set aside the fact that I had to pay $400 a night for a crappy room - that is my fault as I should have planned ahead better. However, the room was truly horrible. The "Executive Queen Double" had a single full size double (not Queen) and virtually no windows -- we were on the 5th floor but it felt like we were in the basement. Insult was added to injury when I collected my car from the Valet parking (an exercise in patience to say the least) only to discover that the valet had damaged my rental car. To compensate for the damage the hotel offered to waive the $86 in valet fees. Instead of reversing the fee, they charged me again. I pointed this out to them and they charged me again. After three days of back and forth, they finally got it right -- the did not charge me triple for damaging the rental car. Aside from over-paying for a horrible room and battling to not get pay triple for the benefit of getting my car damaged, the hotel location is OK if you want to walk but terrible if you plan to drive anywhere. Given the location, it takes about 30 minutes to get away from the hotel and headed in the right direction. Collapse
Stay Date: 06/2017, DBSTexas wrote this review.
We recently spent one night at the H.I. Express in Boston. The location is very good for it's convenience to Boston Garden, subway, trains at North Station. We chose this location as we were taking the train from Portland, ME to Boston. We were ve… See more
We recently spent one night at the H.I. Express in Boston. The location is very good for it's convenience to Boston Garden, subway, trains at North Station. We chose this location as we were taking the train from Portland, ME to Boston. We were very pleasantly surprised that we were able to check in on arrival in the morning. We dropped our luggage and we were gone. The hotel itself was fine, clean rooms, OK size bathroom. We had an issue with the hair dyer and the front desk responded immediately. It is about a 10 minute walk to the Quincy Market area and around the corner is the subway station to get you anywhere. The area at night is a little dark . I had only 2 "criticisms". - 1. The elevator is very slow, so ask for a room on a lower floor so you can use the stairs. 2. There is a bar across the street that gets noisy later at night so ask for a room non street view!! I consider both of these very minor. Otherwise it was a great stay. The hotel staff was extremely friendly and helpful. The breakfast was a nice touch, as well as the beverages in the lobby. Would I stay here again, definitely yes. Collapse
Stay Date: 06/2017, KristenM_Familyof4 wrote this review.
We were scheduled to be at this hotel to check in June 22 for 3 nights. We finally arrived after the Boston traffic, and dodging all of the construction around the hotel and we were put in Room 511. We went up via the one working elevator (the ot… See more
We were scheduled to be at this hotel to check in June 22 for 3 nights. We finally arrived after the Boston traffic, and dodging all of the construction around the hotel and we were put in Room 511. We went up via the one working elevator (the other one wasn't working), and couldn't believe the smell on the 5th floor. It was warm in the hallway and smelled musty. We went into our room. It was a basic room. No refrigerator. A desk and a chair and 2 beds. Our room smelled awful! It was hot in there. There was a piece of baseboard lying on the floor in the room. (Did they vacuum past it?) The towels in the bathroom were out of place and looked like someone had been in there after the housekeeping staff. The air-conditioning wasn't working and there was a small fan sitting on top of the air-conditioning unit. We went back downstairs to talk to Kurt at the front desk. He acted surprised about the air conditioner not working and said that they weren't aware of any issues. I asked if all rooms had a fan in them and he said no. Maybe he wasn't aware of the issue, but someone was (if there was already a fan in there). He told us they had one other room available on the third floor with 2 beds. We went to it. The air conditioner was a little better, but the room was dingy, old, and not up to HIE standard rooms. The bathroom had a bug in the toilet and another one on the floor in the bathroom. We went back to Kurt and explained that we were not willing to stay there. He told us they'd be charging us for the night (it was around 6-7pm when we "checked in"). He later said that he'd talk to the manager and let us know. (Our rate was $330 per night (for 3 nights) with $43 for parking per night and taxes/fees. I wouldn't have stayed at this hotel for $330 for all 3 nights. It was terrible.) We left and stayed at a different hotel. Had a great experience there and an excellent time in Boston. (The first full day in Boston, we were doing the Freedom Trail and the manager did call to followup. I didn't have my phone on because we were touring, and I didn't call back because we were busy nonstop during the trip. I did appreciate her call to let us know that they would not be charging us for the stay and that she was willing to discuss further.) Collapse
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