Courtyard Boston Downtown Tremont Hotel, U S A
The city hotel lies at the heart of Boston's lively theatre district, close to Faneuil Hall, Boston Common and Chinatown. A selection of restaurants, bars, shops and links to the public transport network are to be found in the near vicinity. This award-winning air-conditioned hotel was built in 1925. A total of 322 rooms are available over 15 floors, of which 1 is a suite. There are conference facilities, public Internet access and car parking. The rooms and suites all feature an en suite bathroom with a hairdryer, bathrobes, a direct dial telephone, satellite/cable TV, a radio and Internet access. Furthermore, a small fridge, a coffee maker, ironing equipment and centrally controlled air conditioning also come as standard. Guests are able to work out in the in-house gym.
YES Disability-friendly bathroom, YES Wheelchair-accessible, NO Smoking rooms, Room size (sqm), Number of bedrooms, Living room, Bathroom, Hairdryer, Wi-fi, Internet access, Direct dial telephone, TV, Cable TV, Radio, Hi-fi, Alarm clock, Fridge, Ironing set, Carpeted floors, Centrally regulated air conditioning, Central heating, Safe, Desk, Extra beds on demand, Cot on demand, Cot on demand .Hotel Type
NO Small pets allowed (under 5 kg)*, NO Large pets allowed (over 5 kg)*, NO Wheelchair-accessible, NO Car park*, NO Garage*, 24-hour reception, Wired Internet, Wi-fi, Room service, Laundry service, Babysitting service, Air conditioning in public areas, Hotel safe, Cloakroom, Lift access, Bar, Restaurant, Non-smoking area, Conference room . (*)indicates this is Locally ChargeableBuilding Facilities
NO Connecting rooms ., Year of construction (1925), Year of most recent renovation (2006), Total number of rooms (321), Number of floors (main building) (15), Suites (1)
Boston holidays offer a historic city on the rugged East Coast, home to a host of colonial sights, the grand University town Cambridge, and excellent shopping in the city centre. Easy to explore on foot, holidays to Boston are made for uncovering America's colonial past along the Freedom Trail, tucking in to some New England Clam Chowder or Boston baked beans (nothing like the British version!) and kicking back in the Cheers Bar watching a Red Sox game. Bostonians are fiercely proud of their New England city, and after a Boston holiday, you'll understand why.