Love the KImpton! Great hotel. we really enjoy the wine social as well as the morning tea. Heading to the Kimpton Taconic in VT next weekend!
Very comfortable room and the front desk staff wwere very accomodating. Great location for events at TD Garden.
The Room service very fast. Excellent stuff in the hotel was very friendly. The only thing I didn't like was you have to pay for parking.
Great parking. Has a nice pool. Plenty of towels @the pool
Very clean property overall, staff was extremely friendly and helpful. Excellent drinks and food at the bar. Rooms are really modern and allow for a more comfortable stay
excellent food staff very friendly very clean we will stay again
Peoperty was under renovation and that was disclosed on site. Onlu one elevator working. And limited services. The staff was amazing and kind and helpful. We will return again.
We enjoyed our stay. The staff at the front desk and at the bar were friendly and courteous. We will definitely stay here again.
Great value for the money.. comfortable beds and temp. No parking fee is terrific!
Our stay at the Kimpton was great, although we were very disappointed that they have eliminated the complimentary breakfast as part of the stay. Last year our stay included breakfast - but this year they are charging a pretty hefty fee :-(
We loved the vintage feel and location of this property. Everyone was nice. The only negative was service in Nathaniel’s Restaurant when they were not crowded was slow and then our order was not quite right but they quickly made amends. Room service that night was also slow. I had to call again after ...
The decoration was excellent! Very clean and very convenient location.
didn't like trying to scan my phone to get in parking lot. did not work.
Easy access off Rt 95, clean rooms. Good breakfast! Convenient parking.
The hotel was great but there was pubic hair on the floor of our bathroom when we arrived. Rather disgusting, I’m sure you agree. Please ask staff to clean behind the bathroom doors in future. Ciao Maggie Weinstock
The property was centrally located with some great dining experiences within walking distance of the hotel. The staff was attentive and helpful, and met my needs and expectations.
They were extremely understanding and helpful when my trip took a turn. I had originally just used their long term parking for my flight out of Logan. But had to stay a night for a passport renewal.
One of the best hotels in Northern America. Fantastic design, great service.
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