Boston, Massachusetts Extended Stay Hotel Reviews

Boston, Massachusetts is a popular destination for many business and vacationing people all year round. Extended Stay Hotels are selected for assorted reasons for individuals and families. This guide will summarize the amenities for convenience and need

Boston, Massachusetts Extended Stay Hotels have a variety of purposes for travelers which this review will summarize. Whether an individual or family travels for business or vacation purposes, an extended hotel might be a beneficial lodging choice. There are no better reviews than a first hand travel guide.

Waltham Massachusetts Hotels are a superior choice lodging for an extended stay because of the constant care these hotel chains provide in management and facilities.

1.  Crescent Suites

located at 287 Crescent Street Waltham, MA 02453, Phone: 781-314-7900 This extended stay suites hotel gives you a number one choice opportunity at affordable prices. Since amenities and suite accommodations vary greatly contact must be made to acquire exact pricing of the room or rooms desired.

There are at least four bedding arrangements to select from at the Crescent Suites. Full kitchens will all the most modern conveniences and appliances allow you to stay in to get some business work done. High-speed Internet access, long distance phone calls and fax availability expedite your job duties.

While Crescent Suites is just minutes from the city, your relaxing and enjoyable times can be packed with quiet times, exercise or a walk to local shops in the scenic Charles River in Waltham, MA. Theaters and other sightseeing events are close enough to mix with your busy day while you tend to business.

2.  Courtyard Boston Waltham

Located at 387 Winter Street, Waltham, Massachusetts 02451, Phone: 866-335-6187

Along with the world renowned experience of Marriot, Courtyard touts some of the lowest prices for a weekend with some intense encouragement to remain longer. Special offers begin at $99.

Don't let the low price fool you into thinking the lodging will be anything less than excellent. Along with a Bistro serving guests healthy and delicious food and fine beverages, you can depend on that area for breakfast right through to dinner.

Take time out to swim in the indoor swimming pool, exercise in the fitness center or relax reading the local newspaper as the sunsets. Go back in history enjoying the Paul Revere educational sights while tracing his ride along the Freedom Trail in Boston.

3. 1888 Guest Home

Located at: 326 Lexington Street Waltham, MA. 02452 Phone: 781-647-1888

Perhaps you never considered an extended stay in a guest home until after you have read this review. All the meals are eaten out from your lodging, but there are a wide range of close by establishments to choose from as well as delivery food services available too. 

Your peaceful business or vacation time will be well spent at the 1888 Guest Home with prices more reasonable than many chain hotels in the area. Call with your antiscipated stay to get prices. You will be most pleasantly surprised.

Bring your laptop and take it along your commuter rail ride just 5 minutes drive to Lexington for Cambridge and Boston trains. Good distance to the Bentley University and many other sightseeing areas of interest. Major route #128 is a short 5 minutes drive.

4.  Hilton Garden Inn Boston/Waltham

Located at 420 Totten Pond Road Waltham, MA. 02154 Phone: 1-866-599-6674

Look for exceptional service when you are guests at the Hilton Garden Inn Boston/ Waltham. Their business center caters to you with free High-speed Internet and ample comfortable desks and  ergonomic chairs too.

Full kitchens are equiped with microwaves, refrigerators along with dishes for eating in with the family. Pool, fitness center and area shuttle make the Hilton Garden Inn a smart choice when considering an extended stay in Boston, MA.



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