The perfect choice for budget-conscious travelers planning a Boston vacation or business trip, the Boston Common Hotel and Conference Center combines a rich history, exemplary service and top-of-the-line amenities in the city’s esteemed Back Bay neighborhood. Built in 1925, the property was originally the Club House for the University Club of Boston. Though beautifully restored, the lobby retains features that hark back to the hotel’s inception, including a marble double stairway that leads to an expansive second floor lobby with a 20-foot ceiling.
The hotel’s non-smoking, handsomely appointed guestrooms feature TVs with HBO, in-room coffee makers, bathrooms with shower/tub combinations and bath products, and air conditioning. Although the property does not have its own restaurant, you’ll find various dining options like Legal Sea Foods, Sorellina and South Street Diner nearby. Complimentary WiFi access is available in all public areas.
The hotel is only 1 block from Copley Square and 3 blocks from the fashionable shops on Newbury Street. And only 6 blocks from both the Boston Common Hotel and Conference Center are the verdant Public Garden and Boston Common, both wonderful spots for a leisurely stroll.