Marriott Residence Inn Boston Harbor on Tudor Wharf

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

34-44 Charles River Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts, 02129, United States
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
51%
210
Very Good
35%
143
Average
8%
36
Poor
2%
11
Terrible
0%
4

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Rated 16% higher but also costs 143% more than other 2 star hotels

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  • Families88
  • Couples92
  • Solo77
  • Business81

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Residence Inn Boston Harbor on Tudor Wharf

by kali-girl

Aloha again! Yet another question... We already booked rooms at the Club Quarters on Devonshire, but my husband's friend works for Marriott here and said he could get us rooms at a discount so I was looking into Marriott hotels & their other brands (Residence Inn, Fairfield Inn, . From what I could figure out, besides the Marriott that is near the BCEC (which is full because of my convention), the closest Marriott brand is the Residence Inn Boston Harbor. Is this correct? My only concern is that it doesn't seem to be in a convenient location (near activities and the T-line).

We won't have a car, so we'd rely on public transportation and want it to be easy for me to get to the BCEC and for my family to get to tourist spots (aquarium, children's museum, fanuil hall, etc). Should I just keep my Club Quarters room?

Thanks for any thoughts...

kali

Re: Residence Inn Boston Harbor on Tudor Wharf

by alansm

The Marriott Residence Inn Boston Harbor on Tudor Wharf really is not very convenient to the T, so you assessed that correctly. Ditto for the new Marriott by the Convention Center, which hasn't even opened yet. However, there are some very nice Marriott properties in Boston that ARE convenient to everything. These include the Marriott Long Wharf, Marriott Custom House and Marriott Copley Place. All are very nice properties........

AlanM

Re: Residence Inn Boston Harbor on Tudor Wharf

by hellojnewman

I presently work for marriott and do use the discount for family and friends. I would keep your present room but check back on the marriott site to see if the family and friends rate comes available for any other marriott properties. Your friend should know the code to enter into the Corporate/Promotional Code area to see if the rates are available. Check regularly as room status can change quickly. If rate becomes available at a location, book the room(you can always cancel or change to another property,usually with in 24 hours of check in without any penalty). Then get the paperwork from you friend. I've stayed at the Tudor Wharf location. Nice property but a little inconvenient to the T. But taxis are always present(or a quick phone call away)at the front of the property. And a short ride to a T station.

2 Adults + 3 kids = True Suite Hotel?

by pintguinness

Going to be in Boston for 3 nights in July. We are 2 adults and 3 kids (2 x 13 year olds and a 9 year old). Going to do most of the tourist stuff so downtown is good, but we could also go out to the "burbs" provided there is direct mass transit. In some of the cities that we have traveled to we have been fortunate to find a true "suite" hotel - meaning 2 separate bedrooms with a common living room area with pull out couch. That works really well for us. Typically this arrangement is less money than getting 2 adjacent hotel rooms. Anyone have any recommendations?

Re: 2 Adults + 3 kids = True Suite Hotel?

by YVRDave

Try this Residence Inn
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/hotel-rooms/bostw-residence-inn-boston-harbor-on-tudor-wharf/

Re: 2 Adults + 3 kids = True Suite Hotel?

by pintguinness

So close, yet so far. Location and reviews all looked very good so I called them. Unfortunately, those types of suites are already sold out during our July visit timeframe.

Re: 2 Adults + 3 kids = True Suite Hotel?

by YVRDave

Darn, Google Residence Inn Boston and see if they have another Inn in the area.

Good luck

NORTH END OR FANUEIL HALL

by JENNILEIGH

Looking for a hotel in the North end or in Fanueil hall... not too pricey..flying up to spend time with kids and didnt want to drive.. everything in walking distance.. prefer the North End but any help would be great.. happy new year, jenn

Re: NORTH END OR FANUEIL HALL

by kschmitty0

Hey Jenn,

I'm a Boston native- hopefully can offer you some help.

If you stay in either Fanueil Hall or North End, you can walk to the other within 5-10 minutes, so I wouldn't be too concerned. I never have heard of any hotels in the North End though so I can only say that the Marriot (Long Wharf) is really nice and central.

Where are your kids in town? Maybe there is another area that is better? In government center that are a few options too. My pick would be the Omni. That would put you about 10 minutes to Fanuiel Hall and another 5 to North end.

Re: NORTH END OR FANUEIL HALL

by alansm

As you already heard, there really aren't any hotels, per se, in the North End. The closest ones are the Bostonian Millenium, Marriott Long Wharf, Marriott Custom House and the Harborside Inn. All are like within two minutes of Fanueil Hall.

Re: NORTH END

by JeanneP

This might be nicer if you are spending time with family and is a bit cheaper:
Residence Inn Boston Harbor on Tudor Wharf (Charlestown MA)
34-44 Charles River Avenue
Boston, Massachusetts 02129 USA
Phone: 1-617-242-9000

Travel Tips for Boston

OOOOOOHHHHHH LA LA IT'S BIIIIILLLLLLLLL!!!!!!

by Barbie2138

Harvard Square is definitely a must experience. The people watching brings to mind that Natalie Merchant song "Carnival". That's what the square is; a carnival of humanity. The guy at the Out of Town News stand is so friendly. I'm sure he gets asked all sorts of inane questions from gawky tourists but he was so kind and patient when I asked mine! I miss the squares. I love how each defines the various neighborhoods in the city. It would be impossible to feel alone where ever you are. All you have to do is get up, take a short walk to Kenmore, Davis, Harvard and BAM! BAM! BAM! people, action, life in all it's wondrous, noisy, diverse glory!!!!!
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One day I was On my first 'solo' visit to HS I encountered a crowd of several hundred gathered in front of a jewelry store. Bill Clinton had stopped by for a few trinkets before going to speak at the DNC As he exited, the crowd began to chant his name and he poised, flashed a movie star smile and gave us a photo op and a few words. I thought that was cool of him. Boston's finest did a great job that day. I was impressed at how they handled the crowds. I stopped one of the officers and told him so.

This journey starts right...

by adambeau

This journey starts right outside my front door, on Saint Patrick's Day (3-17-2002) with a big parade! You might not be visiting during this 24-hour Irish celebration, but chances are good that you'll see a few patriotic outfits and costumes like the picture below somewhere along Boston's Freedom Trail. These were known as The Minutemen, and when those muskets fired, you'd hear it 'when you see the whites of their eyes...like a shot heard 'round the world.'

A great view of Boston

by acemj

A great view of Boston and some great photographic opportunities can be found on Memorial Drive on the Cambridge side of the Charles River. You can get here by crossing the river at the Longfellow Bridge or the Harvard Bridge.

Cows on Parade

by cjg1

I really do dig these street art trends. Cows, Bulls, Bears. Whatever.

Boston has the cows now. They are pretty much everywhere and like so many of these exhibitions they will probably leave a couple around town at the end.

It gives a unique feel to the town to see the time sensitive things. A reason to come back and witness the changes of time.

Copp's Hill Burying Ground

by Nathalie_B

Copp's Hill Burying Ground
Boston second oldest burying ground, founded in 1659. It serves as a resting place for the merchants, artisans and craftspeople that worked and lived in the North End. It is also a resting place for thousands of free blacks that lived on the north side of the burying ground. Since it overlooked the Charles River, British used the site in 1775 during the Battle of Bunker Hill to train their cannons on Charlestown.
Location: Bordered by Hull Street
Open hours: Spring-Fall 9am-5pm, Winter 9am-3pm
Tel: 617-635-7389
Admission: Free
Getting there by “T”- Take green line get off at “North Station”

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Address: 34-44 Charles River Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts, 02129, United States