Guest Reviews

The Inn @ St Botolph invites you to read reviews of our award-winning hotel here in Boston’s Back Bay. We’re extremely proud of the praise we’ve earned from recent guests, and we look forward to earning your kudos as well!

March 13th, 2016

Comfortable room. Great location. Close to subways and within walking distance of major Boston locations. Excellent value. Limited but adequate breakfast items. Staff was available and helpful with directions and ideas.

 

Kevin2818 - _

March 16th, 2016

My wife and I have been staying at The Inn at St Botolph every year for the past 5 years (look at your old postings – not sure how long lol). Every time we leave we can hardly wait to return.

The hotel is perfect for us. The location is superb, the staff is conscientious and responsive and the rooms are just lovely. As previously stated, it is a unique approach to hospitality. It is perfect for us as we enjoy the privacy and intimacy of this small boutique hotel. The staff is always there to help but not overbearing. You come and go using your own private access code. The hotel is warm and comfortable. We feel like we are Bostonian returning home to our base.

During this last visit we noticed some new faces – it was nice to meet you Krista and Alicia – thanks for making our stay so terrific. Jessica, the new manager was delightful… We noticed the rooms have been refreshed, there was a new tea selection available in the lounge and the chocolates were wonderful. You are a class act and do such a wonderful job creating the perfect guest experience. Thank you.

We are already looking forward to returning to our home away from home in 2017.

asBoston - Paris, France

August 6th, 2015

The Inn is located on a quiet street, just steps away from Newbury shops, the T, the Prudential Center, the universities and museums, and the awesome Star Market. The space is quite large for Boston, and the small kitchen is an incredible boon for business travelers who are working on projects in between stolen moments of tourism. The room was full of light, well designed for space, and nicely decorated. (On-site laundry is a wonderful amenity!) Staff is friendly, helpful, and well informed. The keyless entry is a terrific feature. Having stayed at the nearby Marriott Copley Plaza for a conference in the past, I must say that St. Botolph is now my first and only choice in Boston.

Jennifer J

October 20th, 2015

Great location in the Back Bay Area. Close to restaurants, Fenway and the T. Rooms are very large and nicely decorated. Wi-Fi is excellent and they have laundry facilities that are very reasonably priced. Breakfast is available downstairs and is adequate.

GaryMc305 - Melbourne, Australia

August 3rd, 2015

What did I like best about St. Botolph's Inn? Everything!! Friendly and helpful staff, apartment style rooms with all the amenities and the best location. One short block to the Prudential Center and the green line. I didn't have the energy for the fitness center but it looks nice. The lounge near the office has coffees and specialty teas (I'm a Davids Tea fan) and a nice variety of breakfast items: oatmeal, cereal, yogurt, bagels, juice. I love spending time in Boston and staying at St. Botolph's Inn. A perfect place to unwind after a busy day in the city!

Tina F - Westmoreland, New Hampshire

July 10th, 2015

Perfect location for us; boutique hotel; very private and rooms are more than adequate, very comfortable and all the amenities we could ask for… And have kitchenettes, which was great. Brownstone and really lovely. Rooms are modern and pristine. Downstairs they have a continental breakfast for their guests as well as a work out room. I would recommend this place again and again and again and we hope to go back there ourselves.

Sue M - Berwyn, Pennsylvania

July 1st, 2015

We stayed at the Inn for two nights while visiting Boston. We were able to check in early and get in to our large beautiful studio with a spacious bathroom on the first floor.

 

Hydee M

January 7th, 2016


"We just stayed one night so we'd have walking access to Jordan Hall for the Messiah. Much to our very pleased surprise, we had a room that included a kitchen, living room with fireplace, and a huge, very comfortable bed."
 

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