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Hotel location and convenience
Room had a strange layout, was very dark. Only had 1 window to an inner courtyard, very dark.
Beautiful room with an awesome mattress! Fancy hotel right in the heart of downtown. Definitely recommend.
Great Place to Stay
Chic hotel with very comfortable rooms and excellent customer service.
It's hard to think of anything we didn't like
Great location, central to most attractions. Very polite and helpful staff
Ice machine was broken, but these things happen.
Standard rooms are very small, opt for a larger ro
Great ,location, layout, quality, and service. Our second stay here and we remain fans of this newer downtown hotel. Comfortable beds, quality fixture, terrific, huge Tv, fast wifi. Haven't tried the food. The bar was nice.
Jeez, the standard rooms are tiny with hard to access closet and no side table on one side of the bed. We were offered a larger room for another $40 and should have taken it!
Convenient, clean, very nice, sleek, efficient
Tight rooms for two travelers with large bags
Great new additon to Boston
Tasteful and modern décor, beautiful details, friendly staff, comfortable beds, location, complimentary bottles of water
TV program transmission quality was spotty. Glass shower screen led to wet bathroom floor and soaking bath mats after every shower. Ice machine hard to locate and not on every floor.
The Godfrey is very Modern, ideally located and the staff is super friendly. ( Except for the manager on duty when I checked in.)
Booked a two bedroom with a third party site,didn't have that option so I called up the hotel to see if there was an option. Was told to just mark in underspecial request and they would have it for me. When I checked in was given a small King size room and says that's what we booked. Told the manager who talked to us what happened and she says we never made the request. I pulled up the reservation on myphone and showed her the request, then she says its first come first serve basis. Only room left for the night was a $80 upgrade was a four class upgrade to a suite which was much bigger and had two TVs, so I took it, had no other option. Walked into the room and if that was a four class upgrade I would hate to see a regular room. Room was very small, only one TV. Don't get me wrong, hotel was very nice. Big screen TV,nice showers and towels, but felt very very very cheated. Along with the $52 for parking it was like spending $600 a night for a small room.......Really??
Great Location No Parking
Location, Location, Location 2 min from Boston Common, in the center of the theater district
Offsite Valet Parking was $52 per day, raising the effective room rate cost by that amount. Bed was too soft to be comfortable for my taste. No onsite restaurant
First room far to loud (trucks unloading / loading 5 am); second room not so loud, but still noisy. Strange inventory: No hooks to hang coats etc. Only one shelf for shirts in the wardrobe, no other furniture witgh drawers (underware etc.) half of the wardrobe full of ironong board. No hooks to hang bathrobe and bigger towels in the bathroom. small selection at breakfast, every day the same. Loud music allready at breakfast. No bowls for yoghurt and esreal to mix, except small plastic cups. All breakfast cups, spoons etc. plastic (lots of vaste) hardly any tables to eat breakfast (sofas. lounge chairs etc.) Over all feeling like a grown up youth hostel
Location was outstanding. The interior of the hotel was impeccable - obviously new. The bed was probably the most luxurious of any hotel bed I have slept in. Bose Bluetooth speaker provided ambiance to the room. Continental breakfast was a pleasant surprise.
Room was a fairly small. Dresser in the hall made for tight passage between the bedroom and the bathroom.
This hotel sits in Downtown Crossing, Boston, its location since 2012. The Godfrey prides itself in having the perfect balance between sophistication and a laid back setup. This display of vibrant color and design brings about a getaway spot that lets you kick back for the ideal experience courtesy of an ultra-modern setting with a tranquil, friendly environment.
There are a total of 242 rooms, equipped with efficient, silent air conditioning systems. This fantastic spot is at the city center, yet provides a tranquil destination to relax and unwind. The hotel is strategically positioned to give you easy access to some of the city's best boutiques, restaurants, coffee houses, and the RUKA Restobar.
The Godfrey Hotel brings you true comfort in the form of King, Double Queen, Executive King, Executive Corner King, Studio King, and the Godfrey Corner King Loft suites. Guests enjoy an array of items on these packages, including 55” HD TVs with over a hundred channels and free, ultra-fast Wi-Fi within the premises. There are high-end cotton linens (Frette) and an in-room safe. Rooms are fitted with Bose Bluetooth speakers. There are valet laundry as well as dry cleaning services as well. Each room has a smart fridge.
Concierge services and a 24-hour fitness center allows the guests to stay active and enjoy their stay at the Godfrey Hotel. The hotel provides designer toiletries during visits, with this urban destination giving you all you need in a quiet, personalized setting. Set near the Boston Public Garden and the Boston Common, this is the ideal place to stay for peace and relaxation in the heart of the city.
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Renovated in 2016 to become what it is today, the building has existed since 1904 and was one of the Boston’s premier commercial properties throughout the 20th century. A well-known corner dwelling in the heart of the city, the gothic details and iconic edges earned recognition in the National Register of Historic Places. It is impossible not to feel the charming aura as you walk through the entrance.
The Peruvian-Japanese restaurant RUKA offers delicious food, with the ability to enjoy the signature dishes delivered to your room between 11:00 am and 11:00 pm. The George Howell Coffee bar provides that all-important caffeine hit, with pastries and sandwiches to snack on.
The Blake Room offers a sophisticated business setting with a board table surrounded by HD TVs. Event planners can organize catering and accommodation for between 10 and 200 guests. The business center is equipped with printing and faxing facilities.
Interconnecting rooms can be reserved for families, while complimentary cribs can be supplied to ensure everyone gets a sound night’s sleep. Yoga mats can be borrowed so that you can exercise within the comfort of your own room. Stay looking sharp while away from home thanks to complimentary overnight shoe shining. Two free bottles of water are provided to every guest each day.
George Howell Coffee runs monthly workshops, which include palate training, bean tasting and barista training. Explore the city with free bike rental, helmets and locks. Guided running tours offer the chance to see the sights while keeping fit.
Located only a 25min drive from Boston Logan International Airport, taking a taxi is a quick and easy option. The fare will cost approximately $23. You can also catch the Silver Line 1 bus to South Station and then board a Red Line service to Downtown Crossing. You will arrive 1 block from the hotel in about 30min. The ticket fare will be approximately $2.90.
Make the most of your stay in the city by purchasing an early check-in time of 11:00 am for a fee of approximately $79. You can also receive valet parking for the duration of your visit for approximately $55 per night. Accessible rooms feature roll-in showers with grab rails, lowered amenities, wider doorways and portable shower seats.
A combination of complimentary mini bar, $20 dining credit, late check-out and valet parking is available from approximately $339 per night. There is also the option to indulge in food and drinks during your stay, with discounts on items at both RUKA restaurant and George Howell Coffee. (Prices checked 09/07/19).
The Godfrey Hotel Boston is located at 505 Washington Street in Downtown, 0.5 miles from the center of Boston. Freedom Trail is the closest landmark to The Godfrey Hotel Boston.
Check-in time is 3:00 PM and check-out time is 12:00 PM at The Godfrey Hotel Boston.
No, The Godfrey Hotel Boston does not offer free Wi-Fi.
No, The Godfrey Hotel Boston does not offer free parking.
No, The Godfrey Hotel Boston does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Godfrey Hotel Boston is 2.8 miles from Boston Logan Intl. The Godfrey Hotel Boston is 12.6 miles from Norwood Memorial.
No, pets are not allowed at The Godfrey Hotel Boston.
No, The Godfrey Hotel Boston does not have a pool onsite.