Omni Parker House Hotel Boston, Boston, Massachusetts

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Located on the Freedom Trail, this Boston Hotel is ideally situated for seeing the city’s sites. Situated in the downtown area, theOmni Parker House Hotel Boston is close to many area attractions like Boston Common and Boston Public Garden. The facility is close to the Charles River jogging trails for guests to enjoy. The theater district is just two blocks from the hotel. The Omni Parker House Hotel Boston is located in downtown Boston, and is just three miles from the Logan International Airport. There are 551 guest rooms at the Omni Parker House Hotel Boston, providing all the standard amenities, including flat screen TV’s bathrobes, irons and ironing boards, and high speed Internet. The rooms all feature energy efficient windows, and over-sized in-room safes. Guests will find many amenities at the Omni Parker House Hotel Boston, including an on-site restaurant that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. The hotel also has a coffee shop. Visitors can take advantage of the fitness center. The hotel provides a business center and 18 meeting rooms that can accommodate up to 400 people. The hotel underwent extensive renovations in 2008.

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  1. Beth Payer (verified owner)

    A piece of history in an ideal location

    We visited the Omni Parker House for a holiday overnight, and although the hotel itself was fine (showing signs of age) the best aspect of all is its location — just a short walk to Quincy Market, with a city neighborhood feel. Plus, it really does have a sense of history, with lovely carved woodwork in the dining room and an historic Boston atmosphere. When we first arrived, we went to the bar lounge for Boston Cream Pie, as the Omni Parker House is the birthplace of this famous dessert. It was quite different from what we expected; more of a cake, but it was still fun to try anyway. We had booked a suite for $159/night through an online deal and it was surprisingly roomy for the city and the beds were very comfortable. Our view was of a brick wall, but we were out and about so much that it was fine. The Concierge was fantastic, helping us to take full advantage of the Parker House’s location by emailing restaurant recommendations in advance for a birthday dinner, and suggesting that we buy Blue Man group tickets for half price at the Faneuil Hall kiosk rather than buy ahead (great tip!). The low point of our stay was the 2 am fire alarm, forcing our evacuation into the alley. Fortunately, we had the large and yummy buffet breakfast to revive us in the morning. A say at the Omni Parker House won’t be perfect in every way, but we would certainly return to it as home base for enjoying a favorite city from a great location!

    Tips for Families

    As mentioned above, consider buying half price tickets for Blue Man group at the Faneuil Hall kiosk. I recall that it opens at 10 am. There might be certain times/days for which this is not wise, but it saved us a lot of money and there were plenty of seats even on the day of the show.

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