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Sheraton Boston Hotel

Boston, MA
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(617) 236-2000

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39 Dalton St Boston, MA, 02199
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Reviews

  • Towhidur Razzak 11 days ago

    Great place but the staff could be a bit more friendly

  • Araceli Grant 41 days ago

    Awesome! Can't wait to return! Got this resort for a excellent price at ʜᴏᴛᴇʟʙᴜʟʟʏ.ᴄᴏᴍ I love this resort and I'm so happy I stayed at my favorite hotel cheaper than what I generally spend. Very nice hotel and quick service. All of the staff is friendly and informative they have a very big swimming pool and exercise center. The location is very convenient being next to a transit station and the convention center. There are also a ton of restaurants to visit that are within walking distance of the hotel. The rooms are also very clean. The only issues I had was there could be some more outlets.

  • Lailah Ada 61 days ago

    Whoa! I had the best time ever here! Booked this hotel for a wonderful rate at ʜᴏᴛᴇʟʙᴜʟʟʏ.ᴄᴏᴍ I like this resort and I'm so grateful I stayed here cheaper than what I generally spend. Great hospitality, beautiful views and great location. Especially nice if you're traveling Elite.I highly recommend.

  • Rutik Thakkar 84 days ago

    It was a great experience at the Sheraton. Great ambience with amazing service. The hotel staff is courteous and kind. Prompt response and the food is delicious. A must visit for you and your family.

  • Simon Crisp 299 days ago

    Very nice hotel, well situated close to Boylston Street in Boston. Within walking distance of Fenway Park and a few other sights. On arrival we asked if there were any upgrades available, and they kindly gave us one after a wait of around an hour. This gave us a room on the second from top floor, and a private lift with access to a dining room with free coffee and snacks, a bonus. Lovely view across the city as well. One problem: went in the lift one morning to get breakfast in bed for my wife. Had my 2 young daughters with me. Lift stopped between floors. Doors wouldn't open, so I was forced to use superhuman powers to pull the doors apart, then we had to climb up to the floor which was 2 foot above the lift. This ensured that my daughters were scared rigid of lifts for the rest of the holiday. Fine, but we went to New York the next day. Tough work going up the Empire State building with 2 kids who don't want to get in a lift.

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