Boston Marriott Quincy

Address: 1000 Marriott Drive, Quincy, Massachusetts, 02169, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on 1000 Marriott Drive, Quincy, is near Adams National Historical Park, Hancock Cemetery, Boston Irish Famine Memorial, and Winthrop Park.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Boston Marriott Quincy

    Consistently pleasant place to stay

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    I have stayed at this hotel numerous times for business and pleasure as well as utilized the hotel for several meetings. The staff was friendly and helpful, the food service was great and the rooms have always been spotless. The beds in the hotel are extremely comfortable. I am looking forward to future stays at the hotel.

    The rooms were spotless and the staff was ready to serve!

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    I stayed here in november this year, the room was spottless and the staff was ready to serve your every need. I really appreciated the warm hospitality displayed by all of your employees even your gift shop staff was friendly, this was especially pleasing to me since I had just come out of work and was filthy... but was treated with respect and a level of proffesionalism that I have not seen in a while... THANK YOU!

    Very nice stay

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    stayed at the marriott quincy for 3 nights from 22/10/04. hotel is excellent, no problems at all, staff friendly and service very good.

    I would however mention that its a good 25min 't' ride into Boston add on a 15min walk to the station, however taxis to the station are only a couple of dollars.

    I think this would be an ideal base for touring s.e mass.

    shop around and you can get a good deal, paid $300 for 3 nights and this was world series week !

    Nice!

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    I stayed there a few times with my mother for holidays and such. It was great. The lobby is very open and spacious. Don't know who said it was claustrophobic, maybe they are the joly green giant.

    It is not in Boston, it's in Quincy. The "T" is not close, but you have free parking if you have a car and the highway is right there. If you stay in Boston, parking is tres expensive.

    Restaurants are okay, one is a plain pub and the other is more fancy. We never ate their as it is expensive. Those we were compted to a concierge level room and that daily cont'l breakfast is great as well as free appetizers/dessert at night.

    Pool is nice too.

    Uhm, I must disagree

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    Ive stayed here a number of times, and have several issues.

    First, the lobby is claustrophobic, with low ceiling and awkward pseudo-lounge in the corner.

    Seldom is there bell help and guests must shlep their bags.

    The front desk staff is poorly informed, often terse, and seldom warm.

    Internet access is always a problem, and rooms sometimes have such exposure that they heat up and the AC never is able to adapt and cool the room.

    The Concierge lounge is average, and not worth the additional cost for the room.

    Beds are comfortable, and rooms seem clean and neat.

    Room service is adequate and the menu is limited.

    Long walk to public transportation.

    Exceptional value if you get a discounted rate.

    This place is not in BOSTON. It is a stretch to say it is.

    An Excellent Night's Rest

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    Stayed for 10 days on a long vacation to the Boston area where I grew up. This visit was an outstanding experience. Wife and I got the best night's sleep in years on their Marriott Supreme beds. We later inquired as to their origin and bought a bed as a result. The staff was excellent, the fitness center was small but OK, Pub restaurant was reasonable, and there were good areas nearby to walk/jog. The parking in their garage was free and plentiful. We are going back to the area for a wedding this summer and I have already made a reservation with them for the week we are there. Just a great faciility. Close to Boston but in the burbs. You will not be disappointed.

    Superior Customer Service

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    I stayed at this Marriott twice in January for business. By my second stay I was asking for the name of the GM so I could compliment him/her on the outstanding customer service. Literally every employee--from the front desk to the housekeepers--are smiling, helpful, friendly. The rooms are very nice. Good work space, comfortable beds. I am an extremely picky traveller and this hotel beat my expectations. I will definitely stay there again.

    Wonderful Room, Great Ammenities, Pleasant Staff

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    We had a wonderful stay at this hotel. Our room was huge and had a great view. Our niece enjoyed splashing in the pool in the evening and the breakfast buffet in the morning was very tasty. Would definitely recommend and stay here again.

    Sisters weekend

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    Although I'm a local, I used the Quincy, Marrott for a sisters reunion. Beautiful, comfortable,rooms. spa,pool and lounge. Very, helpful staff. Will use again for getaway!

    Excellent Views!!! 1/2 the Cost!!!

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    I stayed w/ my mom a few times and even though we are local, this hotel seems like words away. The lobby is magnificient, Rooms super (w/ that marriott charm) and they even have a concierge floor where they give you free dessert, appetizers, and breakfast. they upgraded us to that floor. so that means there staff is obviously very very nice. however, housekeeping can be better. Also the views of Boston or interior Massachusetts are great! There restaurants look good, but we didn't eat in them. Enjoy your Stay!!!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Boston Marriott Quincy

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

    Travel Blogs from Quincy

    Quincy - Land of the Adams Presidents

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jul 21, 2014

    23 photos

    ... second president of the United States. He was an early advocate of American independence from Britain, worked with Thomas Jefferson to draft the Declaration of Independence, and served as diplomat and statesman to negotiate the peace treaty with Britain at the end of the Revolutionary War and secure loans to the new country from European bankers.

    Adams was a Federalist and a strong believer in a ...

    Cheers Bar, Boston Pops & Fireworks

    A travel blog entry by gbaillie on Jul 03, 2014

    30 photos

    ... back across a bridge towards the city and somewhere to have lunch. This time we were on the right side of the bridge as The Beach Boys were rehearsing their set with the Boston Pops Orchestra and from the bridge we got a good view. I took a video of them doing California Girls. Tried to upload it for you guys but it kept timing out - sorry. With the sun shining, temperature at 32 degrees and high humidity we were hot and sticky so after a late lunch we headed back to ...

    Another one of those mixed feeling days

    A travel blog entry by cuartotres on Apr 11, 2014

    About 5 weeks ago I lost my job, semi due to bureaucratics. I have made peace with it because at the end of the day I was done at that job, honestly, about 4 months ago. But I knew I was leaving and that was enough to push me through until the time came to leave the state. Today I ran into yet another set of bureaucratics while trying to apply for a massage therapist license. I was unexpectedly given my job back that I was ...

    Bwoston.

    A travel blog entry by halloween1 on Oct 22, 2013

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... we did). We visited Lexington, where the first shots were fired although no one knows who fired that all important shot, and Concord, where the first shots were actually ordered. It was great to walk the hallowed ground of American Independence. It was interesting to note that it occurred around the same time that CAPT James Cook discovered Australia (1770) yet it took another 131 years (1901) for Australia to seek and be given independence by the ...

    Adams National Historic Park Massachusetts

    A travel blog entry by awos1244 on Sep 19, 2013

    5 photos

    ... dedication to service was passed from generation to generation of their descendants. I'm so impressed with the women in this family...they were unbelievably intelligent, capable, strong and it seems most of their contemporaries genuinely liked and respected them.

    We took a National Parks tour of their birthplaces as well as four of their homes. The birthplaces are ...