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Wir liegen in Bostons kunstvoll wiederbelebtem Hafenviertel und sind weniger als fünf Kilometer vom internationalen Flughafen Logan entfernt. Ein kurzer Spaziergang oder eine kurze Fahrt mit dem Taxi, Wassertaxi oder der U-Bahn bringt die Gäste zum Finanzdistrikt oder zu den vielfältigen Familienattraktionen. Das Westin Boston Waterfront ist der ideale Ort für Konferenzen in Boston. Das Westin ist mit seinen 7400 Quadratmeter großen, vielseitig einsetzbaren Veranstaltungs- und Ausstellungsflächen das einzige Hotel, das über eine Fußgängerbrücke mit dem Boston Convention and Exhibition Center verbunden ist. Von unseren 793 einladenden Gästezimmern, einschließlich 29 Suiten, einer Hospitality Suite und zwei Präsidentensuiten, können Sie den Hafen oder die glitzernde Skyline von Boston überblicken. Wie Ihre Wahl auch ausfällt, das Westin Heavenly® Bett und das Spa-ähnliche Heavenly® Bad erwarten Sie.
The hotel was easy to get to, and had parking on-site (not free, which is the norm in Boston from what I'm told). There was a nice restaurant on-site, and a Starbucks for breakfast in the morning. The room was very clean, and the bed and pillows comfortable.
You couldn't really walk anywhere from the hotel easily, and Boston is a very walkable town. There were no other options for breakfast other than Starbucks in the lobby, except room service at an outrageous price. The wi-fi was not accessible--we could have called the desk, but didn't bother. There was no information in the room with instructions. The shower was so weak it took twice as long to rinse off, unless you used the hand-held massage shower which took your skin off. Local phone calls were not free which is ridiculous. Bottled water in the room had a price tag on it. I was afraid to use the soap in the bathroom for fear it would cost extra. I do not like being "nickled and dimed." The little amenities should be free. Will look elsewhere for my next stay.
Room was cozy and bed was comfy.
I would like to have an exhaust fan in the bathroom along with a night light also in the bathroom. Perhaps a board in the lobby of what might be going on in the city or in the vicinity. When we were there fireworks were set off at about 9pm, it was Labor Day weekend. If we knew in advance, we would have gone down to the waterfront to view them.
Clean, beautiful architecture
Staff were unhelpful, argued with me about SGP and then realized they were wrong, didn't offer standard things that I get being a platinum member staying 60+ days a year there. Very unprofessional all around.
The bed and shower were great!!!
The pool and hot tub was busy
They had a nice gym and pool area for working out.
The staff is horribly rude and is pretty much incompetent. The first room the have me already had people staying in it. You can imagine the surprise on both our faces when I opened the door.
not much: weirdest and longest check-in ever, major bad surprise with the check... a great deal of snobbishness and inefficient fuss.
The service and pool for children
They did not register the price we were given from your web sight so when we checked out our bill was more than three times the price you quoted, it took us over one hour to clear up the mess and we had to stand firm on our email rom your company. The hotel is very far away from Boston.
New, clean, amazingly comfortable bed, big room with good view over city.
Noise from corridor, hotel is in a no-where land next to exhibition centre. Takes a while to get into town. Internet in room is $12. Large hotel with lots of meetings & functions, meaning there are a LOT of people moving around all the time.
This is our third trip to Boston for the Wine Expo and our first staying at the Westin Waterfront. We had stayed at the Seaport Hotel in the past and I must say the experience is night and day. I was blown away by the Westin and its staff. We had the pleasure of being checked in by one of the managers (Tomas, I think) who upgraded us to a deluxe room on their highest floor and had a great view of the Boston skyline. We had a fabulous dinner at Salvatore's down by the waterfront which was about a 5-10 minute walk from the hotel. We will definitely stay at the Westin for any future trips to Boston.