Aventura La limpieza deja mucho que desear;
Me he quedado sorprendida de algunas personas( mujeres la mayoria mayores), que merecen todos mis respetos, i que parecian resisdentes fihas, però que no encajaban con lo que normalmente encuentras en residencias como estas.
El precio y la ubicación Sólo un ascensor y tuvimos una fuerte sacudida. La habitación estaba caliente como el infierno y hacía frío fuera.
La ubicacion es excelente, y la distribucion de las instalaciones y comodidades el personal a veces esta de muy mal humos
Hotel muy bien situado, apropiado para quien busque un lugar para descansar de las caminatas urbanas. Buen desayuno, gente joven. Mejorable la limpieza de la habitación, que se hace al final de la estancia.
Ubicacion y economia Baños compartidos por mucha gente
Ambiente agradable, amable y atento personal, cama cómoda, ajustables temperatura ambiente, limpio, atmósfera agradable. Yo recomiendo sumamente este lugar, y planifique quedarse allí en cualquier momento que vaya a Boston. Nada desagradable. Me he alojado en albergues por todo el mundo y yo lo clasificaría esta justo en la parte superior.
Muy bien ubicado, tiene todos los servicios prometidos, muy completo el desayuno. no corresponde
Su relación calildad/precio Dificultad de aparcamiento cercano
Nada. es absolutamente rechazable. No nos han gustado ni el olor a sucio de la habitación, ni los aseos (y no porque fuesen comunitarios), ni el comedor (que mas parecía de auxilio social), ni tan siquiera el salon de entrada. todo ello hace 57 años (cuando se inauguró) tuvo que ser fantástico pero hoy día hay que reformarlo).
Es uno de los mas economicos en Boston. En general esta bien.
Trato recepción y desayuno completo
I was un aware that there was no private room and this place is a youth hostel. I canceled on the spot and then was stuck with a $400 hotel room because Boston is over priced for no logical reason.
There was no a/c and no fans. It was hot hot hot in our room on this summer day. The kitchen was almost a joke. We could not find a single spoon or fork! They do not recycle - shame on them!
Location, modernness, cleanliness, convenience all excellent. Code for doors simplifies the process. Kitchen well stocked and generally available. Bathrooms were large, clean, efficient. Enough so that access was not a problem. We'd use STRBoston again. We visited in November. Our room temperature was around 62-63 degrees -- controlled by locked thermostat in hall. Window would not lock, but fixed the next morning. Hair driers did not work -- took two days to fix -- used others on floor above.
It was clean, had the basic necessities, easy to access, good kitchen and laundry facilities, safe, convenient location close to buses and downtown, affordable price. It was across the street from a bar and at night the bar patrons were quite noisy until 2:00 am, making it difficult for me to sleep well. Also, there is no parking close by, so people with vehicles need to know that they will have to park far away and walk for about 20 min. to reach a parking garage from the hotel. There is no dining area, so patrons need to eat in their rooms.
It was definitely cheap, that's for sure. We liked that it has a full kitchen every other floor and also many bathrooms. Since it's a hostel, you do share those with others but that was never a problem for us. Even though there were other people staying in the building, I was never in the kitchen with any one or found myself waiting for a bathroom. Also the bathrooms were decently clean and always well stocked. We also liked that since there is a full kitchen there's are dishes and silverware to use (which of course you should place in the dishwasher when done) which came in handy when we bought a bottle of wine but forgot about the bottle opener and glasses. Even though it appeared generally clean and well kept, the fact that there were two cockroach traps in our bedroom and then I saw another in the kitchen, kind of really skeeved me out. Luckily never saw any roaches in them though. Also, we thought we would be getting a queen bed but it was definitely just a full and also not as fluffy and comfy as the other hostel from this same company that we had previously stayed at. The worst thing about the place was the location though. The closest T station is a little under 20 minute walk, which was very awful when carrying luggage when it's snowing/sleeting out. Not fun at all. You can easily grab a taxi but the extra $6 each way adds up. There is also a bar right across the street, so with the loud drunken men chatting it up outside all night combined with the constant trucks and other loud vehicles, we found our room was never silent and it was very hard to fall asleep or to sleep in. Wouldnt stay here unless you're really desperate to save a couple bucks. There's another hostel owned by the same company located at 30 West Broadway across from the T station that is the 20 minute walk away from this one. We stayed there last year and loved it, the $30 or so less a night for this one wasn't worth it.