Courtyard Boston Tremont Hotel

, Boston, United States
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Courtyard Boston Tremont Hotel

3 star

Rooms: 322

275 Tremont Street - Boston - Massachusetts - 02116 - United States 617 426 1400
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Not Your Typical Marriott
Submitted by: mike in 04/06/09
  • Age Group: 41 - 50
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Business Traveller
I recently stayed at this hotel for four days. As others have mentioned the rooms are very small and you can hear most of what goes on in the hall and adjacent rooms. The worst part is a night club next door? I stayed on the sixth floor and the music resonates through the building. It went on until 2:00 AM. The hotel said that they don't own the night club property and that there is nothing that they can do about it. (Marriott should buy the property and make it their restaurant - it is also to small). I won't stay here again if there are other options and I wouldn't recommend it for others.
The Worst of the Worst
Submitted by: Joseph in 29/05/06
  • Age Group: 26 - 30
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Pleasure Seeker
We stayed at the Mariott Courtyard for one night and it was one night too long. The room was way too small and cramped, the hotel wanted to charge us $32 to park our car for one night in their garage, the walls were paper thin and to our luck--our neighbors were loud and we could follow their conversations word for word through the walls. The hotel lobby itself is nice but it doesn't make up for all of the other misgivings. The concierge was no help at all. We were right around the block from everything and no one could point us in the right direction at the hotel.
Great Hotel - Newly Renovated
Submitted by: Belinda in 02/03/06
  • Age Group: 41 - 50
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Business Traveller
I recently stayed at Courtyard Tremont in January. Hotel looks fabulous. Newly renovated rooms. Great staff. Bellman were exceptional. I would definitely recommend to business travelers who want reasonable rate and great hotel!!!

Historical Traveller Reviews of Courtyard Boston Tremont Hotel

A fantastic Boston break

from big-murdo
Although we only had 4 nights in Boston, the hotel staff looked after us very well and the service could not be questioned. The room was first class, very clean, fresh and equipped with all the mod-cons that make your stay that little bit better. The location of the hotel is perfect for all the attractions of the city centre, based in the theatre district you are just a short walk from the many shops, bars and eateries. I would recommend The Tremont Hotel to anyone and I look forward to visiting the city again in the future. Thank you for a smashing holiday.

Great Value for the $

from Kay6462
Just returned from a week at the Tremont and must say that it was a pleasant surprise after reading previous posts on this board. First, I highly recomend that you join Wyndham ByRequest. I always have received preferential treatment since joining. We were placed in a 12th floor corner room with two double beds. It must have been recently redecorated as everything in the room looked new. We had good experiences with room service, housekeeping and the bellmen were very helpful. The only complaint is that our room wasn't ready when we arrived early and we were told repeatedly to "check back in 20 minutes." After an hour and a half of this, the front desk clerk finally explained that our room wouldn't be ready until 3:00. It would have been much more pleasant if we had been told that up front. Very convenient to public transportation, Boston Common, theatres, etc. We would definitely stay again!

Great price - good location

from PatC28
We spent a 4 nights for the price of 3 at the end of February. The location was convenient--close to both green and orange T-lines, and Boston Common. The room was nicely decorated although on the small side. Considering we paid ?53 STG (100 dollars) a night for the room - it was great. Night club can be noisy at closing time if you are at the front of the hotel. Did not eat at the hotel - not really geared up for resident dining. Not an issue as there are lots of good places to eat within a few minutes walk. Would stay again

not bad but could be better!!!

from A TripAdvisor Member
me and my husband and 7 year old son stayed at the tremont hotel back in november.this being our first time to the us we decided to visit boston and stay at the tremont.when we arrived we were left to make our own way up to our room,the room was right outside the lift,but we thought might as well give it a was so noisy all night long the lift wouldnt stop it was driving me crazy.after our first night with no sleep, the fourth day there someone set off the smoke alarm by smoking in the hotel.we made our way down the fire escape stairway,on our way down the stairs my husband stood on a wine glass that had been left on the stairs,it smashed but luckily he wasnt for the room the beds could of been a bit cleaner or clean sheets from the last person.we had an all american breakfast one morning and there was nothing american about they even had the cheek to call it that we couldnt even eat it.yuck!!!!we also found the hotel very overpriced also would not go back.... well i dont think i would.

Great value for money

from A TripAdvisor Member
Great value for money if you can get a discounted rate. Pretty good location. It's rated 3.5 (or 4 star) but it's more like a 3 star. Some signs of wear and tear but if you can get a good rate it has everything you need and you won't be like you overpaid.


from A TripAdvisor Member
I stayed at Tremont back in 1998 but I still remember what a great time I had! The staff was always there to help you and they were all so nice!!! I'd definitely go back!

Did Ed Mcmahon find the 4th star?

from A TripAdvisor Member
We spent a week at the hotel during the cold of early January. The location was convenient--close to both green and orange T-lines, and Boston Common. The concierge wasn't too helpful, and wasn't there most of the time. The room was cheerfully decorated but tiny-with no closet and only 3 drawers and a chiffarobe for storage. The TV was on top of the chiffarobe making it impossible to see from the bed. The desk was very big though and had a comfortable Herman Miller Aeron chair. As others have pointed-out the carpet looked like a freshman dorm, and the walls are paper thin. This would be a nice 3 star hotel, but 4 is a stretch.


from A TripAdvisor Member
This is my first experience with a Wynham Hotel. The Tremont's rooms are small and grubby, and the carpet looks like it needs to be replaced or a good shampoo. The bathrooms look a shade better than the better quality motel's bathrooms.It's supposed to have high speed internet access but the connection was no where to be found when I checked in. Had to call the technician to install/fix.At 8pm, I asked the reception where the nearest CVS store is, so that I could walk there. She directed me. I took a 8 mins walk in the cold winter to discover that the CVS store closes at 8pm.I was to stay for 3 days. I decided to check out after 1 night.The central reservations personnel (Judy) was really helpful and thorough. It gave me hope and expectations before checking-in. On hindsight, that was the only good part.I will avoid Wyndham hotels in future.

5 Days, Four Nights

from A TripAdvisor Member
Stayed at the Tremont for 4 nights in november 2003. Don't expect the "Ritz" and you won't be disappointed. My wife and I considered it 'value for money.' The room we had on the 7th floor was clean and tidy.
Tried the breakfast (ONCE) and it was like eating in a crematorium..Deadsville !! Would I stay there again...YES.

Great Hotel, Great Location

from A TripAdvisor Member
We've stayed at the Tremont numerous times so it's like our hotel when we visit Boston. The valet and doorman & bellman are always friendly.
The front desk are very professional (except one time when the clerk asked for an ID and credit card before asking for our name at check in) The rooms are small, but most rooms in older hotels are. We have stayed in larger rooms at the Tremont which are very nice. The Tremont is in a great location. The only bad thing about the Tremont is the noise, but this is the city and the hotel does have a night club and it's in the heart of theatre district. We have stayed the Radisson & the Park Plaza and we still prefer the Tremont.

Top Local Tips for Boston

Rock Bottom Dine at 'Rock Botton', located on Stuart Street a few minutes walk from the hotel. Great Food and Drink for a good night out whilst you watch the evening baseball.

Purchasing Art Prints from the Museum of Art Two tips: firstly take the train to the museum it's so much easier. Secondly, if you want to purchase an art print or two from the museum, use the computer kiosk in the museum store. We ordered two larger Edwarrd Hopper prints this way (they also offer to have them framed) and we didn't have to worry about wrinkling them on the train/walking or transporting them home. The prints arrived at our home in pristine condition

Subway The subway system is very efficient, goes to the airport, and many attractions.


Other names for Courtyard Boston Tremont Hotel

  • courtyard boston tremont hotel
  • courtyard boston
  • boston marriott
  • boston courtyard
  • Address: 275 Tremont Street - Boston - Massachusetts - 02116 - United States
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