The Boston Park Plaza Hotel & Towers

50 Park Plaza at Arlington Street, Boston, 02116, MA

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The Boston Park Plaza is an elegant, upscale hotel near the Boston Commons in Boston’s Back Bay district. The hotel is a renowned landmark that has been around since the 1920s. More than 940 rooms are available at the huge hotel. Rooms feature contemporary styling and amenities like 24-hour room service and personal climate control. Coffeemakers come in handy to start the family vacation morning off right. Suites come in five different layouts with up to two bedrooms and kitchens. Select suites offer outdoor terraces. Also, in-room safes are big enough to hold laptops and Pairings Restaurant offers free Wi-Fi. With nine restaurants and lounges in and around the hotel, guests never need to leave the hotel. Some of the dishes focus on fresh Atlantic seafood found at Boston’s renowned Legal Seafood. There are also many family-friendly attractions to see nearby, such as the Boston Children’s Museum, Newbury Street and Frog Pond in the Boston Commons.

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  • Landmark hotel with elegant rooms
  • Nine restaurants
  • Near the Boston Commons

Family Interests

  • Bicycling
  • Golf
  • Hiking
  • Sailing

Family Amenities

  • Cribs
  • Laundry


This hotel might kill you

by Kerry1959GU7

Dangerously exposed electrical wiring in bathroom. Alerted hotel to concern. Did nothing during our stay. Had to have hobo washes. Not nice when we spent almost £300 per night. Avoid this hotel. Refund of 'Facility Fee' then no communicatiom from hotel at all. Extremely poor customer care. Take my advice - book elsewhere in Boston. The hotel does not care about the welfare of their guests. They juat want your money then ignore you.

Great Location, Good Service, Pleasant Stay

by Mary R

Overall the Boston Park Plaza was a lovely hotel. The room was comfortable and quiet, the staff was friendly, and it's nicely situated in a quiet, upscale neighborhood just a short walk from all the downtown Boston attractions. The only thing that irked me was the $25 a day resort fee on top of the already pricey room and hotel fees. Now, they are upfront about this charge, so I'm not saying I wasn't aware of it, but I fail to see what it's for? A fitness center I did not use, and WIFI? Seems like that could easily be covered within the cost of the room. Beyond that, it was a pleasant stay and a very nice hotel.