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The Park Plaza Hotel & Towers
64 Arlington St
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The Park Plaza Hotel & Towers
The Park Plaza Hotel & Towers : Hotels & Motels, Boston, MA
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by wrkdt at Citysearch
I have uploaded pictures to accompany this.With the setting of the hotel, and the price, I expected it to be better than average. I was wrong. I have stayed at cheap hotels/motels before, and they were A LOT cleaner than this place. I ended up having to switch rooms twice. Even in the room I settled for, there was dust caked in the air vents that I could wipe off with my finger-- which means that a feather duster could get it, too, if anyone bothered. In my first 2 rooms, there was so much dust it was grey/black on the furniture, walls, and window sills. The curtains had traces of mold and dirty finger prints. My toddler found a shiny nail just lying in the middle of the floor. Paint came off the walls if you brushed past them (all over my clothes, luggage, etc.). There were holes punched in the wallpaper as if large pictures had been hanging and they just decided to rip them down.Let's talk about room size: My first room was tiny, and I thought that's how the rooms were supposed to be. It was the size of a walk-in closet. When I got to my second room, it was HUGE, but with the same furniture, same bed size, etc. The third room was the size of a normal hotel room. I'm sort of glad that room number one was dirty, because if it hadn't been, I'd have been living in a closet for a week and known none the better. I actually had not even asked to switch rooms, I had asked for the rooms to be cleaned, but that seemed like too much of a bother for them. I guess they didn't care that dragging my family's luggage around was a bother for me.The elevators are very frightening-- they shake violently and make odd noises. I have stayed in ""historic"" hotels before, and their elevators were not like that, so there is no excuse.The staff is nice, but I will never stay here again. I do not recommend this place to anyone but a health inspector.
by Cheryl Meyerson at Citysearch
Boston Park Plaza Pairning Restaurant and stay
The food, service and beautiful atmosphere at Pairings at the Boston Park Plaza was great..I didn't feel the need to go outside the hotel, during a one night stay recently. The room was beautiful, spacious, clean and luxurious for the price. The staff from valet to housekeeping, to doorman, to front desk, to waitress were great. I will stay here again and also loved the location near subway, Newbury St., etc.My colleague agreed.! :)
by scottieb3 at Citysearch
Great location, good rooms, nice conference area
I had read the rooms were cramped, but when I arrived that was not the case. It was apparent that the hotel had simply knocked out every other wall, turning one-bed mini-rooms into two-bed large rooms. Consequently, we also had two full bathrooms, which made getting ready in the morning easy. The beds were soft and comfortable, with the right number of pillows. The room felt spacious, clean, and tastefully decorated. Just a block off the Public Gardens and the Boston Commons, I enjoyed the area for it's cafes, T proximity, and ample running paths on the nearby esplanade.\r\rThere were only a couple minor complaints: a noisy heating/cooling system that would kick on periodically and no wireless internet. At the price for the hotel, I shouldn't have to pay $10/day to hook up to your cable: free, secure wireless internet is provided at Days Inns and Red Roof Inns, sure the Park Plaza could figure it out.
by ewszulli at Citysearch
Perfect location. Easy walk to Freedom Trail; Charles River (and fireworks for 4th of July visitors); harbor; theatre district; little Italy and Chinatown. We are 60ish and he has a hip replacement;
Perfect location. Easy walk to Freedom Trail; Charles River (and fireworks for 4th of July visitors); harbor; theatre district; little Italy and Chinatown. We are 60ish and he has a hip replacement; so if we say it is a stroll, it is. Take your time. Eat along the way. Don't miss King's Chapel during the 4th celebration. \r\rHotel is elegant. Rooms a bit small but doable. If you are a tea drinker, you will have to ask for more. Same for shampoo. Other than thatroom adequate and views great. Best mattress I can remember anywhere. Bath old but clean and it works. If you are about gracious old places in spectacular locations.this is it. It is also in the Historic Hotels Registry. Eat in the North End. Italian. Mangia!!...
by sansserif at Citysearch
It was terrible. The room was really old and tired - and not clean. When I left - stayed one night - I had bites on my back. Bedbugs?? It was a nice hotel once that has been left to decay....
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