Value for money
Distance to city center
|Boston Logan Intl|
Distance to airport
|"Very nice room, great staff!"||(in 56 reviews)|
|"Staff were great- friendly and welcoming"||(in 53 reviews)|
|"rooms were spacious and beds very comfortable!"||(in 25 reviews)|
|"Hot tub not working."||(in 3 reviews)|
|"Pool was NOT heated."||(in 6 reviews)|
|"Overpriced and overpriced parking."||(in 21 reviews)|
|nice room||in 162 reviews|
|staff was friendly||in 120 reviews|
|nice hotel||in 116 reviews|
|great location||in 95 reviews|
|parking in the hotel||in 54 reviews|
|great view||in 47 reviews|
|room service||in 47 reviews|
|bed was very comfortable||in 37 reviews|
|great pool||in 31 reviews|
|exploring boston||in 29 reviews|
|nice food||in 29 reviews|
|boston skyline||in 27 reviews|
|hot tub||in 22 reviews|
|walking distance||in 16 reviews|
|platinum member||in 12 reviews|
|free wifi||in 8 reviews|
|clean and friendly||in 4 reviews|
|free drinks||in 4 reviews|
|starbucks in the lobby||in 4 reviews|
|extra charges||in 3 reviews|
|irish pub||in 3 reviews|
|late check||in 3 reviews|
Parking, pick up passenger area, and low prices. Over priced.
We loved the Westin, as we always stay here wherever we travel. Beds are superb, and atmosphere is always excellent
Fire alarm went off mid day Sunday.. bit of an inconvenience as we just got back from a long walking trip. Was fine though as we were back up in a reasonable amount of time
No WiFi included. That’s it.
Great location but no free wifi
Friendly staff, good breakfast and clean rooms
Wifi service was really bad and no free wifi offered
great guided run program
Great place to stay for the marathon
Staff was fantastic and helpful in every way. Location was great for proximity to airport, and not too far from downtown, if you don't mind a short walk or bus ride.
I was there 3 nights. Very noisy guests the second night - a Friday night - yelling and running up and down my hall from midnight to 2 AM. Maybe a wedding party? Didn't happen the other nights, but was not something I expected at this high-end of a hotel.
Beautiful lobby and rooms very comfortable. The Westin beds are always wonderful And the shower was amazing.
Room location terrible. No view.
Loved the room, the bed was amazing, and the sheets were too.
The view from our room looked directly at 10 HVAC units, so there wasn't much of a view. A cover over them would've made looking beyond them easier. Each room should include parking for one car, having to pay to park on top of what you're paying for the room is absurd.
Everyone was nice and helpful and efficient!
The walls are a little thin so you could hear people getting in the shower and doors closing.
Staff is outstanding.
Everyone is so professional and eager to help. When i mentioned to Michael the bellman that it was my friends birthday that brought us in to Boston, we came back to the room to a complimentary bottle of wine and perfect desserts. That to me is outstanding attention to detail when creating an experience for your guests.
the parking garage seriously needs someone to guide you through it. what a maze!
Wifi isn't free - it's $13/day, minimum.
clean rooms and up to date decor.
location, the main tourist sights were a 10minute taxi journey away.
We loved the beds.. very comfortable.
it was very far away from the main stream of Boston and was not accessible easily. And the cost per night was very high!!
Everyone was very helpful and gave great service.
There was a differemce in what Hotels.com quoted and what I was charged for my stay. I feel that I was not told up front what the extra charges would be. Hotels.com is looking into it.
The pool and gym were cery good
The reception staff were curt and unhelpful
Room was nice, customer service was excellent and the trolley service to and from the hotel was great. Hotel bar and front desk had great design and comfort.
Bed left both our backs aching. Not sure if it was too soft or bed just wasn't good quality or maybe too old-not sure.
not much: weirdest and longest check-in ever, major bad surprise with the check... a great deal of snobbishness and inefficient fuss.
The service and pool for children
They did not register the price we were given from your web sight so when we checked out our bill was more than three times the price you quoted, it took us over one hour to clear up the mess and we had to stand firm on our email rom your company. The hotel is very far away from Boston.
New, clean, amazingly comfortable bed, big room with good view over city.
Noise from corridor, hotel is in a no-where land next to exhibition centre. Takes a while to get into town. Internet in room is $12. Large hotel with lots of meetings & functions, meaning there are a LOT of people moving around all the time.
This is our third trip to Boston for the Wine Expo and our first staying at the Westin Waterfront. We had stayed at the Seaport Hotel in the past and I must say the experience is night and day. I was blown away by the Westin and its staff. We had the pleasure of being checked in by one of the managers (Tomas, I think) who upgraded us to a deluxe room on their highest floor and had a great view of the Boston skyline. We had a fabulous dinner at Salvatore's down by the waterfront which was about a 5-10 minute walk from the hotel. We will definitely stay at the Westin for any future trips to Boston.
Located within two blocks of Boston’s historic Seaport District, the Westin Boston Waterfront is a thoroughly modern hotel offering guests an immaculate experience in one of America’s most historic cities.
The guest rooms and suites at the Westin Boston Waterfront are thoroughly modern and spaciously designed. Guests can choose from a traditional single king room, a traditional two double room, or go with a single king room with views over Boston’s skyline. All rooms feature luxury bedding for the ultimate in comfort, as well as other modern amenities. These include 55-inch flat-screen TVs, luxury bath amenities, and comfortable, modern furnishings.
On property, guests will be able to access a breakfast buffet during the week, but there are also several options available for dining and libations. MJ O’Connor’s is the on-site restaurant serving up delectable Irish cuisine, as well as cold beer and cocktails. However, for guests who want a more bar-like experience, there is Sauciety, and Birch Bar, both of which are American style bars serving up a wide range of libations. There is also the City Bar, which is located in the lobby and available to the public.
There are plenty of other amenities on property, as well. The hotel offers a spacious, heated indoor swimming pool, and there is also a completely modern, well-equipped fitness center open 24 hours per day.
Whether visiting Boston for pleasure or for work, guests will find that the Westin Boston Waterfront is an ideal location.
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Value for money
Policies vary by room type and provider.
When couples decide to host their special day at the Westin Boston Waterfront, there is a selection of amenities to choose from, including 27 different indoor and outdoor venues, customized menus through the on-site catering team, and audiovisual equipment, such as microphones and sound systems. Additional services like a photographer, DJ, and live music can be reserved as well, with your dedicated wedding planner being able to help you with all arrangements.
If you would like to host a meeting or workshop at the Westin Boston Waterfront, the hotel will be able to provide you with all of your needs, including access to over 95,000 sq ft of meeting space, a professional AV technician, and a security team upon request. There is also a team of translators that can assist with any meetings and a selection of projectors, televisions, and laser pointers that can be rented and set up for an additional cost.
A local favorite that sells a selection of soups, sandwiches, and salads, Mrs. B’s Cafe is just a 6min walk from the Westin Boston Waterfront. If you would like to have a meal at a chic eatery, head to Barlow's Restaurant, an option that is an 8min walk from the hotel, serves fancy cocktails, and has a large patio. To try some modern French food, head to the Bastille Kitchen, a choice that is located in a converted factory and can be reached on foot within 10min.
Placed directly in front of the Westin Boston Waterfront, the Summer St opp WTC Ave station is convenient for anyone hoping to grab bus lines 4 or 7. If you need to take lines SL1 or SL3, go to the World Trade Center station, which is only a 5min walk away. Located just an 8min walk from the hotel, the W Broadway @ C St station services line 9. A one-way ticket on the local bus will cost you between $1.70 and $7 depending on which route you take, and a one-day pass will cost you approximately $12.75.
If you will be traveling with several suitcases or a group of people, it is most convenient for you to drive from Boston Logan International Airport to the Westin Boston Waterfront, a trip that will take you under 10min with no bad weather or additional traffic. For those planning on taking an Uber instead of a rental car, the average fare will cost you $15 for a shared car, while a regular UberX is $16 and an UberXL is $23. Taking public transportation is also an efficient choice and the SL1 bus line will bring you directly to the hotel in just 12min. (Prices checked 15/08/19).
The Westin Boston Waterfront is located at 425 Summer Street in South Boston, 2.1 km from the center of Boston. Institute of Contemporary Art is the closest landmark to The Westin Boston Waterfront.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at The Westin Boston Waterfront.
No, The Westin Boston Waterfront does not offer free Wi-Fi.
No, The Westin Boston Waterfront does not offer free parking.
No, The Westin Boston Waterfront does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Westin Boston Waterfront is 3.6 km from Boston Logan Intl. The Westin Boston Waterfront is 20.3 km from Norwood Memorial.
Yes, The Westin Boston Waterfront is a pet-friendly hotel.
Yes, The Westin Boston Waterfront has a pool onsite.
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