Club Quarters Boston

161 Devonshire Street, Between Milk & Franklin Streets, Boston, Massachusetts, 02110, United States
#45 of 148 hotels in Boston
Good (3.0 out of 5.0) 2 reviews
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Good location for the walker

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on August 11, 2011

I found central Boston hotels to be very expensive for my dates (having seen the number of visitors I now understand why). As a walker, it's essential for me to be pretty much in the centre of anywhere I stay. Club Quarters offered the best option.

It's located in the Financial district but as Boston downtown is really very small it's easy to walk from the hotel. Long Wharf is about 10 minutes, the Common about the same.State T station is a couple of minutes one way, Downtown Crossing T station about 5 in the opposite direction. So it's very well-placed, and the street is not busy with traffic even on working days.

Club Quarters Boston (they have other hotels elsewhere) is a clean, modern, functional hotel aimed, in the main, at the business traveller. Check-in is automated (although the front desk is staffed 24/7) and you need your door card to operate the lifts, which is a good security measure.

My room, on the 6th floor,was clean and comfortable with large bed, desk, hanginga and storage space, TV, coffee machine and free wifi (or wired internet connection for your laptop if you prefer). The bathroom (shower only) was very clean, with good mirrors and adequate toiletries.

Each floor has a chilled-water machine, with plastic bottles provided, which I thought was a very good idea.

There's a 'club room' lounge, with TV, newspapers and chess set. Two computers are provided, one of which is restricted to printing boarding passes at set times of day...this too is an excellent idea, imo. There's a fitness suite on the 2nd floor too, but I didn't look at that!

No breakfast is provided, but there is an internal door through to the adjoining Elephant & castle 'pub' which provides breakfast as well as meals throughout the day. you have to pay, of course! I ate there on the Sunday morning (yoghurt & fresh fruit, plus coffee and juice) but didn't bother again because there are lots of cafes in the area open during the week.

Staff were courteous and efficient, although the city map they provided is probably the worst I have received from any hotel; a smudgy photocopy which was pretty much impossible to use.

I suspect there are probably more congenial places for the non-business traveller to stay in central Boston, but this hotel is perfectly adequate as a base.

Directions: In the Financial district but easy walking and T access to everywhere else, including Boston South Station and the airport.

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CLUB QUARTERS -- I just...

by written on August 24, 2002

CLUB QUARTERS -- I just recently discovered this little hidden-away property, located in the heart of Boston's financial district. It's really a great deal!
We paid USD $88 plus tax per night, plus $13 for double occupancy.

Directions: 161 Devonshire St.
Boston, MA

A very short walk from the State Street T-stop on the orange line

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Address: 161 Devonshire Street, Between Milk & Franklin Streets, Boston, Massachusetts, 02110, United States

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Amenities at Club Quarters Boston

  • Restaurant
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Room Service
  • Fitness Center
  • Business Services
  • Kitchenette
  • Suites
  • Bar / Lounge
  • Free High Speed Internet

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