Revere Hotel Boston Common
200 Stuart Street
Boston, 02116, MA, US
Revere Hotel Boston Common welcomes pets at their pet friendly accommodation. Up to 2 pets are allowed. The pet fee is $50 per accommodation, per stay.
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Features and Amenities
- 24-Hour Front Desk
- 24-hour Security
- ATM Or Cash Withdraw On Site
- Chinese [Mandarin]
- Concierge Services
- Daily Disinfection
- Daily Housekeeping
- Facilities For Disabled Guests Available
- Family Rooms
- First Aid Kit Available
- Fitness Center
- Free Face Masks
- Free Wi-Fi
- Hand Sanitizer In Guest Accommodation And Key Areas
- Hygiene Certification
- Internet Access In Public Areas
- Laundry Services
- Luggage Storage & Lockers
- Non-smoking Property
- On-site Parking
- Parking Available
- Pets Allowed
- Physical/social Distancing Guidelines
- Protective Screen Or Physical Barriers In Appropriate Areas
- Room Service
- Safety Deposit Box
- Shops On Site
- Staff Follow All Safety Protocols As Directed By Local Authorities
- Staff Trained In Safety Protocol
- Temperature Check For Guests And Staff
- Ticket Services
- Tour Services
- Valet Parking
- Wheelchair Accessible
Location and cleanliness
No mini fridge inroom
Great location, great staff, great views, clean hotel.
There is no negative feedback about this hotel.
Stained coffee cups in room.
Toilets flushing were extremely noisy. Could here all of them flushing during the night. AC very loud as well. Bathrooms need updating. Rebels guild wasnÃ‚'t open, so no food option, just expensive to go items. Rooftop didnÃ‚'t offer wines by the glass!
Amazing decor not only in the rooms but in the lobby too! It has its own parking garage so itÃ‚'s easier to get back-and-forth to your car
It does cost an additional $42 a night to park in the parking garage. An unexpected charge
ItÃ‚'s location itÃ‚'s perfect
Super noise at night
Hotel vibe & decor is cool; Front desk staff/manager were professional, helpful & accommodating.
Parking, although convenient, was expensive ($42/day)
The best part of the hotel was the location to the public gardens and trains.
Did not like that you have to ask for a refrigerator and the plumping was weak needed to flush 2/3 times. Plus, you need to ask for towels to be brought to your room and garbage to be picked up. The fitness area was not in use.
Close to a T stop, good breakfast spot nearby
The bartender was extremely rude and didnÃ‚'t want to serve guests who sat outside on August 5th. He complained about other guests to the server in front of us. His attitude was awful. Also, there was cracker trash in our room so our room was not cleaned
The front desk staff.
As soon as you entered the hotel doors it has a welcoming smell. The staff was always friendly and helpful
The staff was very accommodating. The hotel and rooms were neatly themed to the historic context of our visit. The rooftop bar was amazing.
Needs air circulation in the central halls. Floors of the elevators are worn. Lots of construction in the area making it appear sketchy- should be on the website along w/checkin times. Also inform patrons to make a resv for rooftop bar when booking.
Great room decor. Was offered an unsolicited, complimentary room upgrade.
Charged incorrectly for restaurant charge I never incurred was told I would receive new folio with $200 credit sti waiting
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