Hyatt Regency Boston is a nice place for families with children to stay. The hotel is just around the corner from the Arnold Arboretum, Harvard Museum of Natural History and Adams National Historical Park. A few other attractions include the Granary Burying Ground and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).This 4-star hotel has 498 suites, it also has a swimming pool, babysitting and fitness center. Hyatt Regency Boston dining options include room service and onsite restaurant. Flour Bakery & Cafe, Cantina Italiana and Border Cafe are all family-friendly restaurants that are also worth looking at and are near the hotel.
Hyatt Hotels are located in more than 330 locations across the U.S. cities and caters to families with its Camp Hyatt programs at its destination resorts. Each Hyatt contains at least one onsite restaurant, and kids receive a welcome amenity upon checkin. To learn more about the hotels, read Hyatt Hotels and Resorts.
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by Peter B
Pretty much what you’d expect from a Hyatt Regency, although I was a little surprised that there was no desk (but I was told I could connect up to 50 devices). Not a super fan of the initial layout — you go down a sloping entrance to a semi-deserted lobby and then take the elevator to the the third floor to the actual lobby. Check in was fine. The room was comfortable. It’s conveniently located to the nearby theaters and the Boston Common and the MBTA.
If you want a no fuss visit, this is not the place. The location was great. The rooms were pretty good the room service and restaurant were at best not good. I was trying to unplug and relax. However room service was ineffective and the restaurant staff was poor. The location and the checkin staff were great