x The average starting price for a place to stay in Boston is £108 per night.
travelnetwork Their new location was open just a few months before we arrived and I have to say it was one of the most amazing hostels I have stayed at. The new hostel is purpose built and has to be one of the leading hostels in the US currently and if you are staying in Boston for an extended period I can certainly recommend this place. The rooms are clean, the beds are modern with lockers, plenty of powerpoints and shelves to store your gear next to your bed. You can even have your electronics plugged in charging locked away safe in your locker. There are plenty of great reasons to stay in this Boston hostel including great location, great facilities, good free breakfast and plenty of daily activities. So next time you are in Boston I can stand by this hostel as the best place you can stay.
920 Broadway SaugusAwesome 86%
anne.falci Cheap, but very nice and comfortable. We arrived too soon and they managed to find us a room to put our luggage. Quiet, also, and good beds.
13 School Street Everett/Boston MA 02149Great 81%
Joseluisgil It doesnt have the greatest location but its not too hard to get to it, just the metro and the bus. You take a while to get to the center of the city is like 25 minutes. The rooms arent that bad, and it has comfortable spaces ti be just talking and resting, has an amazing cinema. The thing that is far away from the center is the only bad thing i think, by the other things is great.
bruno.mant We stay there 2 nights in private room. Good location bit not close to any of the most important sightseeing spots. Anyway, is 20-30 min walking distance from Bus South Station ….but not very easy to reach following instruction of the hostel, especially because it´s in a part of the city (south end) with short, snake-like streets and crazy corners like: “Tremont and Tremont” one block away from..Tremont St. Advice: look carefully in google maps before start to walk. Room excellent, but no AC (in summer, this can be important). Bathroom perfect, very clean. Breakfast great, “classic-American” style. Service and staff very good.
kimberly.b This place was fantastic. Like a fellow reviewer, I'm hesitant to say how great it was, because it's going to become impossible to get into. It's not some roomy spacious spot, if that's what you're looking for. These are the real deal ship cabins - they are tiny. But it's all part of the experience. I loved staying here! Met interesting people over breakfast, but it was pretty quiet at night, and it's away from everything and the cabins are all 1-2 people, which makes for easily getting a good night's sleep. I also took advantage of the discount and went on the sunset cruise, which was GORGEOUS. I would do this again in a heartbeat. Brilliant idea, turning this into a boat and breakfast!
miss_amand When I was there one of the showers was broken, which made it a little difficult in the mornings to clean up. But overall, the staff are working hard to make it a clean, safe and enjoyable experience. Their Italian nights are the best, and don't pass up on the cheap comedy nights.
23 Farrington Avenue, P.O. Box #364 Allston Station,0 69%
Peter52p Ok but have stayed in a lot better for a lot cheaper price but all in all I had a good nights sleep but wi fi was very limited and I had to go to different building to connect.
800 Morrissey Blvd0 60%
1234 Soldiers Field Rd0 60%
susannepri The only problem was when you use phone cards to make a call to expl. Ghana, the computer also registers those calls since you have to dial the area code to access the phone cards. in my opinion the cost of those calls should not be counted since the client has already paid through the phone card
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