Four Points Boston Logan International Airport

407 Squire Road, Revere, Massachusetts, 02151, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 407 Squire Road, Revere, is near Super Duck Excursions, Revere Beach, Charlestown Navy Yard, and Gondola di Venezia.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Four Points Boston Logan International Airport Revere

    Not perfect, but just fine


    We have stayed here 4 or 5 times using their Park and Ride for the airport. Despite getting trapped in the elevator once at 1AM after returning from St. Croix (now that is a story, but the hotel was very nice about it), we have returned because it is easy to get to, reasonably priced, and there is a Pizzeria Uno next door. Their airport shuttle is fine. Certainly not worth going out of your way for, but adequate for a quick overnight on the way to the airport. Clean and safe.

    Great value park&fly


    This hotel is convenient and reasonably priced for a park&fly. We've found it to be clean, quiet and comfortable. Our AAA rate is around $130. Not bad when it includes free transfer to/from the airport and free parking for 2weeks. Plus we love the Japanese steak house on site! One caution: when reserving a room ask to be in the newer part...much nicer rooms. Suspect the poor reviews seen here are from people who got stuck in the older part



    We stayed at the hotel because they advertised a Park and Fly package at a reasonable rate. When we returned from our weeks vacation in Mexico our new car was in the parking lot in back of the hotel with 2 wheels, tires and lug nuts missing !!!! The manager was helpful in that he let us stay there for the next 3 days free of charge and paid for all meals.. We had a very difficult time getting replacement wheels as the car could not be towed due to the fact that the theives took both wheels from the drivers side of the car. The police were ok but basicly said this is Revere! Never will we stay in a Park N Fly situation with out security 24 hours. The bill for the wheels etc was almost $800.00 3days of lost work !! The hotel never offered to pay for the damages !!!!! The Firestone Tire Co. in the adjoining mall was extremely helpful and helped us out of a horrible mess! Be sure that your vehicle is secure !!!!!

    Non-smokers in a smoking room...


    Booked one night at the Four Points to take advantage of their park and fly package. Rate for one night and 10 days of parking was $160.00.

    Arrived to find that the non smoking room requested was not available. The desk clerk was friendly but said that there was nothing else available. As we were only going to be in the room for 8 hours we thought it would not matter. Room was located in the basement, was very small and smelled TERRIBLE. There was a very strong stale smoke odor. Bathroom was miniscule. Window - or 1/2 window as we were in the basement - did not have actual curtains, only a sheer panel. Not a good room.

    On the positive side, the free shuttle was convenient and our car was still there when we returned from our vacation.

    We will not be staying at this hotel again.

    Won't be going back to this hotel


    Lots of complaints about this place, first, they run your credit card thru for the deposit without telling you nor telling you how much.. found out from my bank upon our return. Second, it's only got two restuarants, one of which is good, but closes at 2pm.. threfore, you are subjected to the Japanese SUshi Bar.. this is the room service menu for dinner as well.. NO THANKS.. The Chicago UNO next door has great food... it saved us. But this meant no room service for dinner. Third, we had a terrible experience with them, we had booked a smoking room, but were moved the second day due to a malfunction in our heat/AC unit.. they gave us a key to this room in the basement, dark, small, worse than the origianl.. we complained, and were sent to a room they made smoking... the fire alarm went off within an hour, the maintanence man came up and said he "adjusted" it... right... the next morning, it went off again, this time it was too early for MR Maintanence Man, so the Revere Fire Department responded, woke up the entire floor, embarrased us. I complained and was comped for one night.... day three, it happened at 930 at night, again, here comes the fire department.....we just wanted to get out of there... it was the worst experience we have ever had with a hotel... very uncaring... did I mention NOT ONCE did the manager respond to these alarms???????Nope. won't be going back to any of their hotels. DH

    Great airport hotel


    Was dismayed to read earlier reviews after having made a non-refundable booking on the web. (Was kicking myself for not checking TripAdvisor first this time). Am now glad it worked out this way beacuse I had a good experience.

    The hotel is above average for an airport hotel and I found it to be clean, well lit and well decorated in my room and all the corridors and other public areas. It has a choice of two restaurants and there are further restaurants and shops within walking distance. I felt like eating in and used the nearby 'On Fire' pizzeria's delivery service (picked up a menu whilst checking in) which was prompt, tasty and very reasonably priced!

    The only legitimate gripe anyone might have would be the location, but I found the shuttle bus prompt and efficient. It even picks up from the nearby 'Wonderland' subway station so you could use this hotel when visiting the city itself for a more reasonably-priced option.

    If anyone has any queries please feel free to e-mail me.

    Comfortable, nice, and convenient


    We recently stayed at the Four Points Sheraton in Revere to be near the airport for an early morning flight out of Boston. The rooms were clean, in contrast to other hotels we stayed in during our trip, and it was easy to get to Logan from there. The staff was kind, and the hotel was not at all scary or filthy, as some other reviews have implied. It was a nice stay, and I'd recommend it to anyone!



    I agree with the review below. It was about a 20 minute drive to this dirty, scary hotel that used to be a Howard Johnson. The lobby and conference rooms look very nice. Don't be fooled. Once getting to your room, via a dark hallway and stairwell, you will feel very unsafe. Dirty, yes. Express Check out, no. Good customer service, no. I used bonus points to stay here and feel completely jipped. This hotel is not a good representation of a Sheraton.



    First, you should be aware that this "airport" hotel is about 6 miles from Logan. In my book, that's not an airport hotel. They're accustomed enough to this objection that they have a stock reponse which is that "any hotel within 10 miles of the airport can call itself an airport hotel." Oh, really? Says who? Let's put it this way: you're closer to Logan if you stay at the Ritz on Boston Common.

    OK, so secondly, the hotel is not nice. At all. It's not literally dirty or crawling with rats, but it is definitely on the lower end of one night business hotels. I hated it. Why bother to go to Revere? Next time I'll stay in some decent place right in Beantown.

    Nice Comfortable Hotel


    I arrived at the Four Points and was very dislead by the view. It was badly located however the room was clean, the service was good and they knew how to accomodate large groups. The moment we walked into the hotel we were able to get to our rooms because we had already received the keys from the hotel in advance. The breakfast was unusually good (in our own private room due to our large group) with a large variety of foods.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Four Points Boston Logan International Airport Revere

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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