November 10, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Omni Parker House in Boston, Massachusetts
This grand luxury hotel has been symbolic to Boston’s rich history and culture since 1855. Old-World charm and elegance are accompanied by all of the modern conveniences of a world-class establishment. Nestled in the heart of downtown Boston, Omni Parker House is located along the Freedom Trail and at the foot of Beacon Hill, Boston Common, Quincy Market and Faneuil Hall marketplace. Omni Parker House is just 2.3 miles from Logan International Airport (10 minutes). Our hotel offers the perfect destination for the leisure traveler, while our services and amenities appeal to those looking for a first-class business hotel in Boston. Experience the seamless blend of modern amenities and historic charm at America’s longest continuously-operating hotel.
Omni Parker House is your destination for fine dining in Boston. Our Executive Chef is a master at creating a feast for your senses. Everything you need to keep up your healthy routine - even while traveling. Fitness center, in-room fitness kits, jogging and biking trails and don't forget to take a stroll on the Freedom Tail which passes just outside the hotels front doors.
Location of Omni Parker House
Nearest Airport: BOS
Amenities for Omni Parker House
- On-Site Amenities
- Walking Trails
- Fitness Center
- Jogging Path
- Culture & Arts
Reviews for Omni Parker House
The Parker House if a very old and quaint historic hotel in downtown Boston. While the service was good, the room is quite small. Not much room in the bathroom to move around. Location is the main thing this hotel has going for it.
Keekerwr - Texas
Great hotel in a very good location. Food and service was excellent!!! Easy access to bus tours and short cab rides to many good places to eat. Walking distance to a lot of historic attractions. Would stay again.
jameslee777 - Houston, Texas
The Omni is an old Hotel very well situated near the tourist areas of Boston. We stayed there before some 35 years ago and it has hardly changed. But it is well maintained and clean, beds and pillows are comfy. However at 400/night, it seems childish to charge an extra $10/day just for internet service in the room. There is "free" WiFi in a section of the lobby however. And, of course, breakfast is extra also. It should also be noted that our room, likely one of the lowest cost rooms at $400/night was on the 3rd floor and had sort of a window, but in was up high above the AC unit so we could not actually look out at the street below. As it so happens we were also charged $50/day for 2 days for valet parking, an error on the hotel's part since were did not have a car while in Boston. We brought this error to the attention of the receptionist, a blond young woman with a rather terse Scandinavian accent, who actually doubted us that we were telling the truth about not having car. She even called down to the "valet area" to have them check on it while we had to wait 10 minutes for an answer that was not forthcoming. Amazing. If the receptionist or valet folks thought we had a car all they had to do is wait for us to ask for the car to prove their charge. After all they have our credit card number. Finally the receptionist gave in and grudgingly took the charge away but refused to give us a billing showing so for the 3 days we stayed there and had already paid. All in all, one would expect a bit more from an "upper scale" hotel.
HGTravel1 - Tucson, Arizona
Great location and Historical hotel needs room renovations especially suites. The bathroom shelf and Klennex holder were somewhat rusty. While showering I stood in 1 foot of water. Pull out couch mattress was in poor condition. Coffee table had nails sticking out (ouch) due to decorative elements missing.
marvinh366 - Los Angeles, United States
There was no refrigerator in the room. There was also no fan in the bathroom. The room was dark with not a lot of light- even though we turned on all of the lights. My Mom, who I was traveling with has trouble with steps. The main hotel entrance has 6 steps up to the lobby. There is no suitcase ramp or ability to carry the bags up or down. There is no bell captain or anyone else to help you with your bags. We watched a lot of people drag their bags upstairs or pull them down, which was not easy on anyone. Another thing to note is that there is no restroom on the main floor. The bathrooms are located up two very large staircases that have no elevator access. I understand this is an older hotel but a ramp to walk up/down or carry bags up/down should be put in. And is it really difficult to put in one bathroom on the main level?
melissan690 - San Francisco, United States