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Rating: 2.00

Address: 40 Trinity Pl, Boston, MA, 02116

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    Comments (28):

    1. Alyssa M.
    I host events at a lot of venues/locations and this has made my top 5 list.

    If you are someone who lives in the details and your event needs to go smoothly - they are a great partner to work with. From room/package negotiation to following the ground plans for the breakout rooms (they had to be just so) - they have been so accommodating. Their staff is always around and willing to move chairs and find the answer to a question.

    Their meeting packages include a great food set up - and if you end up on the third floor your participants/attendees will love the natural light in the atrium.

    I'm marking them as pricey as they are more expensive then other options - but with the cost comes so many things
    - flexible set up
    - built in AV
    - free wifi
    - easels (if you've ever had to "rent" easels from a hotel or conference center, you know how quickly that cost adds up!)
    - chart paper and markers
    - break time snacks

    This means that I don't need to show up with my suitcase full of goodies, it's all there!

    We haven't used the hotel portion of the hotel and conference center so I can't speak to that - but I would recommend this hotel for fellow event planners seeking conference space.

    08/11/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    2. Jamii Y.
    You would think that this company would read all of their terrible reviews and do something about it but my fiance and I were just there about 4 weeks ago and nothing has changed.
    We stayed here because of the location, which I might add, is the only positive comment I can make about this hotel.  It is close to downtown and all tourist attractions (or at least a short subway trip away).
    The staff at the front desk is unfriendly and unintelligible.  For example, when we called to ask if the rooms had "HBO", they said no, "only basic cable", but we found out the next morning that they did have HBO and we missed our favorite show!
    The room was gross and outdated.  Our bathtub had mold in it.  The continental breakfast was a joke.  Some stale bagels, limited fruit choices and processed pastries.  We couldn't even toast our bagels because the toaster broke.  Rather would have just paid to go to the Dunkin Donuts around the corner.
    For around $200/night, I was actually expecting something a bit better.  Avoid this hotel at all costs.

    26/06/12 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    3. P H.
    You get what you pay for.

    Details? The location is good, near two T lines.  Once you find the hotel's entrance on a little side street, you are greeted by a nice lobby and friendly staff.  So far so good right?  Past the smiles, the staff made a few mistakes getting us to the right room and they weren't able to provide much information about the surrounding neighborhood (cause all they do is "sit behind the front desk").  The rickety elevators lead to hallways in need of new carpet and paint.  It only got worse as the rooms showed even more age, and wear and tear... and cleanliness was suspect as well.

    Then again, it was one of the cheapest places around.

    20/05/12 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    4. Tammie H.
    I got a room for one night for $100 and if not for the location, the price would not have been worth it. I found the staff to be helpful and polite. But the rooms were, sorry: shitty. Motel 6 has better quality. Furniture pulled away from the walls, stains of liquid spilled on the walls (yes walls not just floors), cords hanging from the ceiling, visibly rusty pipes in the bathroom. Ick. Even walking down the halls was dreary and creepy. If they'd at least use color on the walls it may not feel like an asylum. Disappointing.

    20/06/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    5. Mark D.
    Pros: Good price for the location. Staff was all friendly. Place was clean and bug free. Remote worked. AC was reasonable in noise and worked well. Good price compared to its neighbors

    Con: Cant find it; I was within a block and could not see this place stuck on what appears to be a dead end street. Of course the local cop gave me a typical Boston attitude, he ignored me. So I called and they guided me in. The place is very dated and the paint while not peeling had that look of old. I kinda liked the old fashioned tiled bathroom and brass knobs and detailed woodwork that screamed to be refinished and sealed in a nice clear coat rather than 300 coats of bad painting. No restaurant on site and no WiFi. Rugs while not worn out looked old and I saw that conf room. It is right next to the continental breakfast area.... Those tables are not in there any more. The ones that are there remind me of tables I saw in the sixties. Fold up card tables that seat 6. The breakfast had 4 cereals to choose, several pastries and bagels. Several juices, coffee was brewed and tea. No hot food.
    The place was safe, clean and great location. I will look around to find a place in that price range in another location.

    18/06/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    6. LeiSs A.
    If I could give this place less than one star I totally would!! It was a horrible stay from beginning to end. The front desk ladies were all rude except for the one who checked us out of the hotel. The room was filthy!! I was afraid I was going to catch a disease. The bathroom was the most disgusting!! The bathtub, the walls, and the shower curtain had mildew all over it. The sink was brown instead of white. The toilet was cramped up against the wall so you need to sit side ways to use it and it leaked water every time you flushed it. I called the front desk and requested that the bathroom be cleaned and the shower curtain changed. I was told by the front desk lady that the maids has already cleaned it but they would check it again. All they did was change the shower curtain. I highly recommend staying somewhere else. I know I will NEVER return to this hotel!! For $200+ a night I expect at least a clean room to sleep in but you won't be getting that from this hotel!!

    09/06/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    7. Erica D.
    While the location is excellent, that is where the benefits of staying at this hotel end. I booked this room through Priceline's "name your own price" program ... and had no idea what we were actually getting into. (I honestly thought that they had a set of standards that every hotel had to meet). Here is the laundry list of problems you will encounter if you elect to book your room here:

    -Our room was not clean. There were used Band-Aids (on the floor) along the side of the bed ... in addition to feathers and a variety of dirt.
    -The bathroom door did not close. The door handle was literally falling off and the catch was painted over.
    -No fan in bathroom. Therefore, the VERY tiny, depressing room would become hot and hazy after one of us showered.
    -Small, old-school CRT television. On/off button was broken, so we need to use the remote to operate the tv.
    -Blood stain on shower curtain (about shoulder level). Maybe the result of a shaving accident? (Since the sink is up against the tub).
    -We were on the 8th floor ... the elevator malfunctioned on two occasions.
    -Asked on staff member (female, black curly hair) to call a cab for our party ... was told to walk to a cab-stand. (It was literally 102 degrees outside).
    -Short comforter allowed constant view of the box spring ... that was dirty and uncovered.

    I have never stayed in a hostel, but I imagine it would be something like this. The only bright spot was a staff member (young with long, straight brown hair) who could not have been nicer.

    22/07/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    8. Charles A.
    The one and only positive about this place is the great location.  The rooms are very small and filled with old, worn out furnishings.  The bathroom was pretty gross with visible mold on the shower tile and rust in the bathtub.   After my first night, the cleaning staff removed all the used towels and left no new clean towels.  I reported this to the front desk and while I was out they left a few clean bath towels on the bed, but no hand towels or washcloths.   When I returned, I went downstairs to the front desk and reported this and was given a few hand towels and told some washcloths would be delivered to my room----this never happened.   Poor customer service!   Don't bother with the 'free breakfast' as it is nothing more than dry cereals and cheap Danish/rolls.   The Wi-Fi  is weak and sometimes non-existent.   HGTV---please come to the rescue of this place with a complete gutting and makeover!!!

    10/10/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    9. Lynne C.
    Do all you can to avoid staying here.  The desk staff can't be bothered with anything.  The wifi kicks you off every two minutes. The bathtub was disgusting and unusable. The breakfast was pitiful, the coffee I drinkable.  For me, the kicker was letting me wait 10 minutes for the cab to pick me up and--only when I enquired--calling back and telling my that the can couldn't get to the hotel but there was a can stand around the block.  There was not.  I walked two more blocks to the Marriott and had a can within seconds.  DO NOT STAY HERE.

    04/05/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    10. Erica W.
    Pros:
    -Location is great
    -Front desk staff was friendly

    Cons:
    -Disgustingly dirty rooms. There was some sort of brown splatter across the wall next to my bed. The shower was definitely moldy.
    -Continental breakfast consists of bagels that taste like plastic and cereal that gets crushed in the cheap dispenser. Frosted Flakes turn into dust.
    -The free wifi doesn't work anywhere except the lobby, despite routers on each floor.
    -Housekeeping staff is terrible. They didn't clean the glasses or replace the ice bucket liner. In fact, when we asked a housekeeper for a new liner she looked annoyed and acted like she was doing us a favor.

    We got a great deal on the rate, but I couldn't imagine actually paying $200/night for this place.

    05/07/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    11. Katie I.
    Location is good, near Copley and the T lines/Amtrak station. Though the actual hotel is on a dead end street with large parking lot which triggers my New Yorker sketchy alert. $200 a night is pricey in my book (though cheaper then the higher end hotels around) and I was pretty disappointed. Doors slam rather loudly when closed, so you get woken up whenever someone enters or leaves their room, and no wifi in room. No heat in bathroom, very loud bathroom vent you can't turn off, room obviously not renovated in at least 30 years. The room and bathroom were clean however. Tv remote didn't work, and tv made me giggle, it was a 17in CRT with built in VHS. There were holes in the sheets I had. And no one came to make my bed or clean the room for the 2 nights I stayed there.

    Breakfast was fine, but no hot food just cereal and muffins and bagel type things. And I really wanted hotel sausage patties! Life's little disappointments. It was well stocked at least.

    I was here for a conference, and the conference hall itself was a little aged but not bad. In fact, I give +1 star for the venue portion and for the catering brought in, that was pretty good.

    This place would be fine if it got a renovation... Just some new paint and new carpet and it would be acceptable enough.

    14/06/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    12. Claire F.
    I can't imagine being charged $215/night for a room with an old moldy tub/shower
    ( that could easily be cleaned with a tooth brush and shower-w-bleach cleanser) , dirty, torn carpet, and furniture that was scraped, very old, and Salvation Army thrift might reject it.

    The staff was courteous. The towels and bed were clean. My night was quiet.

    04/05/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    13. Daniel A.
    Stayed here for a recruiting event in the adjoining conference center. They have free wireless internet in common areas plus a business center. No internet in the actual room, which is disappointing. Free and well stocked continental breakfast.

    Rooms: Old and outdated rooms but nice 30" flat screen tv. The room itself and the bathroom we clear although on the smaller side. Doors aren't sealing properly so can hear people in hall but didn't hear anything through the walls

    Bottom Line: Great Location, clean so perfect if you don't plan to spend much time in the hotel (why would you?!?!). Much cheaper than other hotels in the area but not cheap (at $150-$200). If you get it closer to $!50, worth it for the location but around $200 you might as well spend $250-$300 at the better hotels in the area.

    27/11/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    14. Jennifer H.
    Stopped by for a quick place to stay in Boston. For the price (Came out to $77 (WITH TAX, yeah Orbitz!) for a queen bed) it was sooooo good. That rate will usually put you by the airport in a bigger chain hotel. This was conveniently located in Back Bay, with 24 hour stores like CVS nearby and a DD downstairs for when you jet set in the morning.

    Despite negative online reviews, the room was actually very quaint, clean and quiet. The TV was small, and the bathroom door didn't lock...but that's not what we were there for. The bed was SO comfortable and the hotel was quiet. The staff downstairs were also very helpful (and we had checked in about 8pm). We left early the next morning; I didn't know exactly where the complimentary breakfast was, but that's ok as we left relatively early. (I'm sure we could have asked.)

    For a pair of intimate people-- a couple, best friends, or a pair of family members-- this hotel was an amazing bargain and has definitely been added to my list of places to crash at in Boston.

    13/12/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    15. Peter S.
    Is this a hostel or a hotel? At 2AM a stranger walked in to my room while I was asleep. I awoke when the door slammed shut. The person stood there arguing with me, as if I was going to pack up my bags in the middle of the night to give him the room. He left after I roared GTFO! When I called the front desk they acknowledged the error, reluctantly apologized, and offered to comp one of my three nights. I laid there until morning with seemingly endless adrenaline coursing through my veins. Their corporate office will be receiving a phone call today...

    Just to follow up, I spoke with the operations director who was very thoughtful and comped the night. She's going to review procedures with her team to safeguard against this in the future. Honestly, I'll probably stay there again, as the price/location is pretty outstanding.

    12/02/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    16. X. K.
    Pros:

    Near a conference venue. Good downtown location.
    Breakfast is good- pastries and coffee and fruits and cereal, does not run out even just before it ends at 930 am.

    Comfortable beds and clean bathroom.

    Cons:

    In the early morning of 8 March 2013, the alarm on the 7th floor went off because the old service elevator started emitting smoke. Firemen came. We were evacuated to the lobby. We could only go back up half an hour later because the alarms took some time to shut off. There was a smoky smell in the hallway. The building may be unsafe.

    The WiFi in our room has not been working for 2 days now and the front desk only said "WiFi is not guaranteed in the rooms."

    Not worth the money.

    10/03/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    17. Jana F.
    So maybe I'm different here but Boston Common Hotel was amazing to me! I stayed here for an interview I had in Boston. It was my first time in Boston so I was looking for hotel deals. It was between here and the Boston Park Plaza, (which I heard was haunted so that was a NO THANK YOU), and I chose here.

    I walked here from south street station which wasn't too bad but I walked right past it so many times. I walked down trinity place confused as to seeing the Copley Hotel and Copley Plaza but no BCHCC. I finally turned around and there it was in its little corner nook right by some parking garage.

    The front desk staff was nice. I went to my room and it was a little small but I was only staying for a day and I was by myself so it wasn't a big deal. The room was clean and equipped with HBO which was great. Once I left, I realized what a prime location it was in, I was 2 minutes from the orange line and 5 minutes from the green line. CVS was 2 seconds away. So many bars and restaurants were minutes away walking distance. Also the library and other monuments were minutes away walking.

    Continental breakfast in the morning was everything. It was standard with bagels, croissants, danishes, tea, coffee, and different types of juices with working microwaves and toasters (which can be hit or miss at certain hotels)

    I could see wifi not in the rooms being a problem but oddly enough once I connected to the lobby's wifi I somehow was connected on the 6th floor.

    I loved my stay here and I definitely would stay here again especially since I can now point it out!

    18/01/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    18. Tom B.
    This place is on the boarder of unexceptable.  As someone who has worked in the hospitality industry it is obvious that no one cares about the upkeep of this property.  Please do all you can to avoid staying here. If u need a place by Back Bay Station it is close. I think that is the only upside. It's so bad they wouldn't let me put a review on my hotel app so im warning everyone here. Please be warned.

    24/05/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    19. Agnes N.
    As I'm sure all other reviewers have mentioned, this place is very, VERY outdated.  It actually felt a lot like stepping back in time, but I bumped what would have been a 3 star review to a 4 star one because the bed was unbelievably comfortable.  Let's break it down:

    The good:
    -the location is great: near Copley Square and the Back Bay T station.
    -the price: although still high (I think) at $169 a night for a summer weekend, it was significantly less than other hotels in the area.
    it's clean, though it doesn't exactly look super clean because everything is so old that some carpet stains (for instance) are just permanent.
    -the people at the front desk were all incredibly nice.
    -there is free wifi in the lobby and sometimes in the rooms. I guess it can be patchy.  They do have a business center, though, if you're desperate.
    -the most amazingly comfortable bed ever.

    The not-so-good/bad:
    -it's old and it looks old.  The room had a tube tv.  I haven't seen one of those outside of someone's house in a while.  I'm pretty sure the hotel is not handicap accessible.  At least not that I could see.  You have to go up about half a flight of stairs from the street and the door has is pull/push (which is super fun when you're hauling luggage around).  The carpet desperately needs to be replaced.  The bathroom in the room gave me flashbacks to my grade school bathrooms (a combination of the tile, the color, the low-sitting industrial-style toiled, the chipped sink, etc.).
    -it's a bit hard to find: the entrance is on the dead end portion of Trinity Street and it looks nothing like a hotel entrance.  There is also no place to stop a car out front and unload and check in before parking.
    -the front desk staff, although nice, was not overly knowledgeable.  Well, in fairness, I only asked one question about there area, but it should have been a simple one: where can we get some dessert like a slice of cake or a brownie to eat up in the room?  The best the woman behind the desk could do was direct me (incorrectly as it turned out) to a Shaw's.  Following her directions, I passed right by an Au Bon Pain and got some yummy cupcakes.
    -the elevators: they worked flawlessly, but they were a bit frightening.  In one you could very loudly hear the chains in the elevator shaft.  It really sounded like there was a guy back there pulling on the chains, hauling the car up and down.  I named him Pierre.

    I know the lists of not-so-goods is longer than the list of goods, but I would go back to this hotel in a heartbeat the next time I'm in the Boston area.  It's seriously no frills, but it get's the job done and I'm going to be missing that bed for a while.

    25/08/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    20. James A.
    What an over priced dump. Falsely advertised with pictures of nice rooms and views. Try old moldy bathroom with random pills on the floor uncomfortable beds and views of parking garages. So bad we were forced to pay the second night but went to a new hotel. If you are looking for a great place to stay run the opposite direction. Even the park next to the dumpster is a nicer stay than this place.

    10/08/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    21. Biba B.
    This is a strange review for me to write, as I have never personally spent a night here.

    As much of my family has left Massachusetts, this is one of the first places we check when we need to find someone a hotel room, as happens when we remaining Bostonian relatives have run out of inflatable mattresses or patience.

    Because of that, I've seen more than a dozen rooms here since about 2005, and heard good and meh feedback.

    First, we check Kayak for a bargain on a nicer place. We find that about a third of the time. If we don't, we then check the Conference Center, as it's consistently a pretty good deal. We find rooms for under $200, every time. No one has ever had the cleanliness problems described on some reviews. Some rooms are pretty worn, with rust stains in the sinks, or threadbare spots in the carpet, but none have been dirty.  

    This is, by far, the quietest hotel my family stays in. I have a sister and an aunt who sleep like the Princess & the Pea, and they both prefer this hotel to the chi-chi others because of the quiet. Because people don't book this place for for weddings or parties, and with no bar or restaurant, this is pretty much just business and budget travelers.

    None of my family who wanted to has been able to connect to the wireless in a room. EVER. This is not as inconvenient as it might be if they were here for business reasons, but FYI.

    {I just checked the website-- it says,"Complimentary WiFI in public areas"}

    The biggest complaints I've heard have been about the breakfast-- supermarket pastries, canned fruit, bad coffee. All this is true. HOWEVER, there's a Dunkin Donuts in the building-- you just have to go out the main entrance & around the corner from the entrance, on Stuart Street. Also, there's a Shaw's supermarket 2 blocks away, an Au Bon Pain 1 block away,  and best of all, FLOUR BAKERY 1 block away!

    Unless they've changed-- or we just need to request this, but keep forgetting-- the rooms never have fridges, which would help (see above: bad breakfast, no bar)

    As everyone has noted, the location is great-- Copley Square, next to the Orange & Green lines, walking distance to Chinatown, the Common, the Freedom Trail. A longer but pleasant sunny-day walk to Fenway Park. And for the unreconstructed Catholic, Our Lady of Victories isn't far. The rest of us heathens will meet you after mass for brunch at Thorntons.

    Also, as everyone has noted, this place is pretty well hidden; the first time I tried to find it, I thought, "This can't possible be right," and I was working on Boylston Street back then, knew the area pretty well. Trinity Place is a lane connecting Stuart Street with the South station garage. Don't just map it-- look on Google street view or you'll never find it.

    I'm torn between 2 and 3 stars, but am giving them the 3 because the staff has always been very helpful and nice, the elevators, computers, and amenities have always worked well even if they're old, and they don't price through the roof during high-demand times.

    24/09/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    22. Ilissa B.
    Honest to goodness, the most disgusting place I have ever stayed at in my entire life.

    Everything smelled, everything was dirty and/or rusted, and it was just honestly the most disgusting place.  I'm feeling sick just thinking back to it now....ew!

    I could not wait to get home and shower, because I felt dirty from having stayed here.

    Thankfully, we had family staying at another hotel, so we didn't have to spend too much time here, but, ugh, just yuck. yuck. yuck. YUCK!

    13/10/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    23. John M.
    After reading reviews I actually tried to cancel my booking at this place. I'm glad they didn't allow it as they've clearly picked up their act.
    Hotel is in a great location, it was clean, staff were very friendly and they had everything listed on their website which is about what you'd expect for the price.
    Breakfast was basic but included. Wifi free in the lobby area and rooms were very neat and tidy. Sure it's not the newest hotel but I'd happily stay there again.

    15/11/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    24. Fransisca M.
    If it was not for the location and price, I won't even...

    I arrived a bit after midnight, and the lobby looked exactly like a scene from a horror movie with a guard sitting there almost fallen asleep. When I got to  my room, I was like "Shoot! I feel like I have gone 2 decades behind". The bathroom smells a little funky when I turn the shower on, and the wifi signal is so weak in rooms.

    Highlight of my stay is the free continental breakfast. And actually being able to walk to Copley Square and Newbury

    18/09/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    25. Sam M.
    Room was cramped and gross! A $100 rate quickly jumped to $160 when the desk clerk lied to our faces about parking being free
    Paint chipping off furniture, disgusting bathroom and overall dingy feeling.

    I was in town for a surgery at BU med center, we were told at check-in that parking at the lot next door was free. After about an hour and a half I had to head back to the hospital and upon leaving the lot was held up and charged 28 dollars saying it was a "hotel rate" for 24 hours, yet as soon as you leave the garage the 28 dollar fee is reaccessed. For somebody who was very ill and back and forth between the hospital and my oversized closet of a room, this was a complete ripoff and misleading.

    Upon bringing my issue to the attention of an employee, they assumed no responsibility for lying to me and simply said "we dont own the garage"

    I'd never stay here again

    19/02/15 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    26. Moises V.
    I found a good deal for this hotel on Expedia.com , $95 a night for the Standard Room 1 Queen bed. The hotel is well located, right next to the Trinity Church and the Boston Public Library, 2 blocks away from the Copley metro station that takes you to the main tourist areas in 15 to 20 min.

    The room is ok, the WiFi doesn't work well at all, they just guarantee the WiFi connection in common areas. I would rather to stay in this hotel that in an Airbnb place, because the prices are similar and here you have the privacy and comfort of a hotel.

    04/01/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    27. Nic P.
    I love Boston. I think Boston is one of the country's greatest cities. This hotel is a blight on this gorgeous place.

    To be fair, it isn't that expensive of a hotel for the location. The neighborhood is fabulous and everything close at hand. I just don't think that's enough to stay here, I just don't.

    I accidentally booked this hotel thinking it was another one with 'Boston Common' in the name. I thought it would be okay until I researched it and almost decided to throw the money away rather than stay here. I should always trust myself.

    This hotel is old. Not 'Boston' old, just old, rickety, rundown, ugly and gross.

    Your first experience with this hotel is finding it. Good luck. It's buried back behind an art store and Dunkin Donuts. I would hope this would keep people from staying here but clearly it hasn't.

    Next you drag your 50 lb. bag up stairs just to get to a front desk where you're instantly treated to an unsmiling clerk who apparently likes to give a hard time for the fun of it, but without a smile even. I got there super early and needed to check in and was told my room wasn't ready. I had called the evening before and was told one WOULD be ready, but she didn't get that message. She told me there were no clean rooms and that mine was a 'suite' and they were all occupied. First, if my room was a suite then I drive a Ferrari and live in Beverly Hills. Or, they have no idea what a real suite is because they don't even function like a real hotel. No room service, no person to take your bags to your room, no smiling clerk...nothing.

    I finally got to my room and noticed that it was straight up out of the 80's. I haven't seen a TV that big (yet small) in a very long time. Technology is not for this hotel, no sir. The bed had no headboard and even the pictures were hanging slanted on the wall and up very, very high. I don't know who decorated, but it wasn't anyone with talent.

    Went to the bathroom and the bath actually had hair all in it. Not one hair, many hairs. I gagged noticeably.

    Forget about internet, you won't get it consistently. They don't even guarantee it for the rooms, only the lobby.

    I could tell you a million reasons why not to stay here, but if you do, dont' say I didn't warn you because I TOTALLY AM RIGHT NOW.

    11/01/15 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    28. Anne C.
    This place is a great location with low luxury. from the airport you can easily jump on the Logan express to back bay to get to within a block of the hotel and from there you're close to the parks, the freedom trail, and great restaurants.

    The staff was friendly and the place was clean but very out of date and not well kept. The hotel has lots of character but if you're bothered by rust in the tub, don't stay here. They offer a basic continental breakfast and WiFi in the lobby but not in the rooms.

    I'd stay again for a night or two because of the price and location but not for more than that.

    24/03/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0