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The Curse of the Bambino may have ended years ago, but loyal Red Sox fans will continue to infiltrate this home to historic Fenway Park, where you can find victory banners, people yelling in stereotypical Boston accents, and lots of sports bars. Located within Kenmore Square, the old gas station Citgo sign is another Boston skyline classic seen throughout the city. In addition to a hectic and diehard sports mentality, this neighborhood is also home to some of Boston’s many universities. Move from Boston University territory to that of Northeastern, and spend time at the famous Museum of Fine Arts. For more culture, check out the smaller but equally beautiful Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. Continue off the beaten path and check out the green space in the Back Bay Fens, a pretty community garden. This diverse neighborhood has a mix of universities, sports, culture, and more residential green space.
"Where you can feel act like Ferris Bueller and not feel weird..."
reviewed 2 days ago by FlyMeToTheMoon429
The MOFA in Boston is such a great place to visit. You could actually spend hours in there and still not see everything there is to see. Then you can go back the next day or next weekend and you’ll see things that you didn’t see the first time. Now I am no art snob, nor an art critic or...
We love visiting this very unique art museum. Mrs. Gardner's collection is amazing and her own story is fascinating. The new addition allows for great performance space, a beautiful studio where you can try your hand at creating art, and a lovely cafe.
"Walk this avenue and fall in love with the Bostonians"
reviewed 12 March 2018 by IPI6869
This avenue took me from my hotel to a turn off for Harvard University. It was a surprise, a joy and a pleasure. If this avenue represents who the Bostonians are, then they are a wonderful people. Each statue on the walk was beautifully presented with quotes and lives well lived, commemorated. It was a really lovely walk. I fell...
This was the highlight of our stay at Boston. This is the concert hall from the college for Jazz where most of the Grammy's come from! We were lucky to see and listen to a great perfomance of Cory Henri and special guests. Amazing concert with a full house, full of musiciens, students, media and jazz lovers. Highly recommended!
A lovely, quiet, peaceful environment with classical elegance. The service was perfect -- each staff member was knowledgeable, thoughtful, attentive, but not over-bearing in any way. The food was simply absolutely outstanding. Every menu item we tried in the starters and main course categories was spectacular: beautifully presented, marvelous flavor combinations, nice amount of food, temperature and plating was perfect....
Dinner for four last night after the Army Navy Baseball game at Fenway Park. No reservation, no problem, arrived 9:22pm, 45 minute wait, they told us we could take cocktails from the bar up the Hotel lobby (much less crowded) and wait for a text. We were staying at the Hotel. We enjoyed oysters, ceviche, Monkfish, great service, great food....
If there is no game on at Fenway, and you want a sneak peak inside one of the most iconic sport stadia there is, grab a Sam Adams at the Bleacher Bar on Lansdowne Street and just enjoy the view of the majestic Fenway Park
Absolutely love this place. Staff really friendly and attentive. The choice of meats was great and so well cooked and presented, even the jam jar drinks glasses were OK. The lunch sandwiches, particularly the bbq brisket was very tasty and pretty reasonable value. Not cheap for a quick lunch though.
Stayed here a couple months ago with a couple friends, absolutely LOVED it. The staff was very nice including a young man by the name of Teshawn I believe. Manager was very respectful when my rooms were mixed up. My car wasn’t taken excellent car of by Teshawn and overall, it was just great.
Keith was soooooooo nice! Such a warm welcome from valet to reception. Check in was effortless. The hotel decor was beautiful. The elevator was fast, only five floors, and clean. The hallways were filled with so much art. The room was sooooo clean. My husband and I had a wonderful nights sleep in a plush bed. They gave him complementary...
Lovely rooms and the staff were outstanding. The location and charm of this hotel made you feel at home. Everything from the room services, restaurant attached at the lobby, front desk and doormen were fabulous!
Nice, new hotel within easy walking distance to Boston University, Northeastern, Berklee College of Music, Fenway Park and Copley Plaza. The spacious rooms come with a kitchen, spacious desk area and Netflix/Hulu enabled televisions. Also, included is a complementary breakfast with a plethora of hot and cold options.
Stayed here for the Boston Marathon. Hotel put on a very nice reception for the runners after the marathon which was fun to meet other runners. Beds were very comfortable. Also Noah was very helpful and friendly during checking in and out !