Millennium Bostonian Hotel
Reviews - Millennium Bostonian Hotel
- Age Group: 60 +
- From: United States
- Traveller type: Retired
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Historical Traveller Reviews of Millennium Bostonian Hotel
Very Convenient Comfortable Stayfrom A TripAdvisor Member
m still waiting for room servicefrom JulesAnne
However, roomservice told us at 10.00pm it would take at least 45 minutes to get a cup of tea. If it is too hard to deliver a cup of tea then why not put tea & coffee facilities in the room or on the floor.
Breakfast was not cheap and below average with surly staff.
The concierge & front desk were very helpful.
Noisy!from A TripAdvisor Member
A great hotelfrom A TripAdvisor Member
Pleasantly surprised by the room, which, although small, was beautifully appointed, with a balcony overlooking the financial district and quincy market. Service was exceptional (we left for the evening, and came back to new towels, bed turned down and the room straightened up), the room was clean and bright, and the hotel bar and resteraunt exceptional. Will definitely come back.
Disapointingfrom A TripAdvisor Member
The mini-bar and room service were extortionatly priced. The bath was shallow and there was no bubble bath available. There was a lot of noise from the rubbish bins at the back of the hotel. The upholstry was grubby looking. The advertised balcony was missing. Breakfast in the silent dining room was over priced and not that good. The waiter pouring my coffee put the bottom of the coffee pot in my scrambled eggs.
On the plus side the hotel is in a good location and the bar serves excellent martinis. The bar staff, bell boys and garage staff were very polite and helpful.
Dingyfrom A TripAdvisor Member
Dirty and coldfrom A TripAdvisor Member
Ruined Valentines Stayfrom Senseless
Booked a Valentines day special at the hotel last weekend. While the looks of the hotel are great, the service and rooms are not. Like other readers, had a room facing Faneuil hall and was kept up all night by cars, tourists, bar hoppers, etc. Was blasted out of sleep by not one but two false alarms in one night, both with several fire engines blaring their horns and sirens right outside our window. No soundproofing on the windows\balcony door.
Staff failed to deliver the included champagne and strawberries on time and not at all until several calls to the front desk and finally the management.
Rooms are nicely decorated but very small. Great bath, bed mattress hard as a rock. Room service \ mini bar extremely overpriced, like something I would expect from a Four Seasons.
Performance of staff and customer service left much to be desired, and poor quality of room was just not acceptable for such a "high quality" and expensive hotel.
Not bad, but not wonderfulfrom A TripAdvisor Member
The bathrooms are great, with big soaking tubs and a sink in an "outer" room, which is helpful if there is more than one person staying in the room.
My two big problems with the place are: One, no Internet access, which these days is pretty basic in other hotels of this level; and Two, the beds are terrible. The mattresses are not very comfortable, same for the pillows, and the linens are low-rent. Really not up-to-par for this kind of hotel.
Great service, beautiful hotelfrom A TripAdvisor Member
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- Address: 26 North Street - Boston - Massachusetts - 02109 - United States
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