DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Boston Downtown

821 Washington Street, Boston, 02111, MA

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Overview

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Boston Downtown is a great location for families with children to stay. This hotel is just around the corner from the Arnold Arboretum, Granary Burying Ground and Samuel Adams Brewery. Additional points of interest include the Boston Public Library and Adams National Historical Park. The 3-star hotel has 267 rooms, it also has a swimming pool. DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Boston Downtown dining options include on-site restaurant and room service. Flour Bakery & Cafe, Cantina Italiana and Border Cafe are all family-friendly restaurants that are good and are within 5 miles of hotel.

DoubleTree hotels are found in more than 200 destinations worldwide, many of which offer onsite dining. Select properties feature suites with living and dining areas, and many hotels are pet-friendly. Read more about DoubleTree.

Our Editor Loves

  • Our usual Boston hotel
  • Nice hotel
  • Good location

Family Interests

  • Museum/Cultural

Family Amenities

  • Onsite Dining
  • Pool

Reviews

Staff are the best

by Puttyj_9

For medical reasons, I had to swap my arrival date four times before finally landing in Rockland.
I must have driven the front desk crazy with my 'modifications', but Sean, Emily, Kathy and Shayanne couldn't have been nicer. They are wonderful representatives of the hotel, and I'm very grateful for their kindness.
The facility was fine, we had a room on the same floor as the restaurant which was very convenient. Highly recommend the steak tips and the fish and chips.
The bartender Tony Vo, was very friendly and made sure we were well taken care of.
All in all, a great experience. Thanks

Great hotel but less desirable location

by bridgetbearden

The only drawback to the hotel is the location in a less than prime part of downtown. Traveling with young children around areas of addicts will always pose some challenges but also provides an opportunity to have these discussions early on and teach empathy.

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