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... where I got the Mauna Kea Delight which was an ice cream pie with coconut haupia, fudge, chocolate and macadamia nuts on a chocolate crust. The nice thing about the dessert was it was actually a manageable size and not huge! I enjoyed my meal here and while the food was good, it was not outstanding for the price paid. You are paying for the view and service. Since Waikiki is full of ocean view dining you can do better price wise elsewhere, but it all ...
... and holy smackers, so very very tasty. I had the banana almond french toast. After breakfast we walked around main street for a bit before hopping back in the ol' ford to make boston in time for dinner.
We ended up booking our hotel online again through hotwire. Seems that booking a last minute hotel room in boston costs an assload ...
... to catch the E train and Phil told me to get on one so we did. Suddenly we realized we were arriving at Boston Univ! We were on the wrong train (the B train) and at least a mile from our destination of our car at the Y! Catch a train back or walk?? That was the question. We opted to walk and took off on the winding and twisting streets finally arriving at Fenway Park (Boston Red Socks) where we talked with a policeman--and learned that his father, also a cop, was well ...
... s oldest ball park, turning 100 years old next April. As you walk up to field it looks like just another warehouse on a block of warehouses. It is not till you look up and see the lights do you have any inclination you are near some kind of sports field. You certainly have no idea this is a professional sport arena. That is, until you turn the corner onto Yawkey Way.
Yawkey Way is a Boston street that runs next to Fenway Park ...
... 8217;s mate not a ranger in a cool hat. The ship is still a commissioned United States Naval vessel capable of sailing into harm’s way. This probably would not be the most intelligent military move in history but none the less the ship is still considered a warship.
When Pat and I were here in 1993 the Constitution was in dry dock being prepared for its 200th anniversary in 1997. Now it is a beautiful living symbol of ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Fairfield Inn & Suites Boston North Revere
Clean, New and Comfy Beds
My wife and I wanted a hotel close to the Boston Logan Airport the night we were leaving Boston. We found the Courtyard in Sagus on Priceline. Although there are other hotels closer to the Boston Logan Airport, the Courtyard was the best priced. It is about 7 miles away, and there's a free shuttle from the hotel to the airport.
I thought it would be difficult to stay here (being far away from the airport and having to take a shuttle) but I was mistaken.
The hotel was very complimentary. We checked in at 11 PM without any problems, got a beautiful king bedroom - that was very clean and new - and slept like babies in the soft bed. We got the AAA price and felt it was worth it.
I had my first poor experience with this hotel when I called it from Logan airport, asking them to send the shuttle bus to pick me up. The rude, young girl asked me to call back when I had my bags. 4 mins after, I redialed and got the same rude gal who told me the shuttle was on its way back so it would be 20-25 mins.
This hotel was below par. I had expected a minimally decent hotel from the poor reviews on this website, and it met my expectations. I called the front desk three nights in a row to ask about the weather for the next morning, and they were rude to me all three nights. In fact, the third night that I called, they hung up on me!
When we arrived at this hotel, we were told that we did not have a room because we were the "last people to arrive." They had assumed that we would not show up (even though we had reservations and had PREPAID for three nights), and gave the room to someone else. The clerk was very rude and unapologetic, and sent us to another hotel for the night (which was much nicer). Unfortuanately, since we had prepaid, we were forced to return to the Courtyard the next morning. The manager said that this happens all of the time to all the hotel chains, however I have NEVER heard of this before and I worked in the hotel industry for several years (a prepaid RESERVATION is guarnateed). He promised us free breakfast for the next two mornings, but was out of "passes" so he would just inform the staff (and if you guessed he forgot to tell anyone, you are correct)!
Spent four nights here over Easter weekend while attending my daughters graduation from Great Lakes Naval Training. The staff bent over backwards to help us with directions, ect. Clean and neat. Nice pool and spa. Excellent breakfast buffet.
If we ever have to travel through Illinois again we will be back.
The hotel itself is very nice. Clean, refurbished rooms. However, the location is NOT near the airport and is not convenient for travelers hoping to visit downtown sites. We booked a park, stay, fly package, whereby you can park for up to two weeks at no charge. The hotel has an airport shuttle that will take you the 8 miles (approximately) to Logan airport.
Not bad, not the best
This is no way an airport hotel. It takes up to half an hour to get there. It was nice that the hotel provided shuttle service, but the shuttle broke down on the last day of our visit. The brakes were pretty much shot. Not the safest thing.
The drivers were very nice. They told us stories and places that we should visit. The staff was also very helpful.
I wouldn't suggest this hotel if you want to be close to the airport or the city, but if you don't mind waiting for the shuttle, this would be a nice place for you.
Stayed here while taking my son back to college. It's the standard "Courtyard" hotel, which is very pleasant.
Liked the Courtyard Marriott, but not the location
I thought the hotel was nice, clean and comfortable, but the location is right on a busy highway. It is near the airport, which would be the prime reason for picking this hotel. They have a free shuttle to and from the airport. The man who picked us up was very nice and told us a lot about Boston, which we appreciated very much. The staff was nice and we had a good, but pricey, breakfast. The coffee was the only thing that was complimentary. If you want to be near the airport, this is a nice place to stay.
We stayed at the hotel 2 weeks back and found it to be quite an acceptable place to stay. It is everything you can expect of a Courtyard by Marriot - tidy with decent sized room, clean, well-organised with free wireless internet. It also offers free coffee, tea and hot chocolate throughout the day in the lobby.