Hilton Boston Logan Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHilton Boston Logan Airport
Comfortable rooms. Clean!
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Really easy to get too from the arrival gate, all the usual stuff you would expect from a Hilton.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hilton Boston Logan Airport
We booked this hotel on hotwire and saved over $100 for our two night stay. Hotel was very convenient (we arrived late on Friday night and it was nice to have a hotel on site at the airport). Shuttle service was excellent--we got to the T without any trouble. You have no idea you're at an airport--it was quieter than our own house. The pillows and bed are super comfy and the food at breakfast was good (albeit a bit pricey). The only reason I gave it four stars instead of five is that on check-out, they gave us a receipt with my name and address info and someone else's visa card on it. I tried to explain that it wasn't my card and the woman at the front desk just didn't understand. I wasn't too worried since we'd pre-paid on our Amex through hotwire and all hotel charges were charged to the amex we used on check-in, but it was still a little disconcerting to see someone else's credit card attached to my name and account on check-out. Overall, though, we were thoroughly pleased with our stay and very pleasantly suprised with this airport hotel.
We stayed at the Hilton our last night in Boston. We had early flights and wanted the convenience of being right next to the airport. However, because of the location there is very little parking and I think there is a parking fee of $20 a night. Luckily we had just returned the rental car. Upon entering the room we find that the conditioner had been half used but was sitting on the counter. I should have requested another room at this point but we were tired and had so much luggage and shopping purchases. My friend later noticed hair in and around the bathtub. We ordered room service and were both pleased with the quality of food and service. The next morning I go to poor a cup of coffee and happened to look first. There was dried sugar sludge at the bottom. Luckily I had some paper to go coffee cups from my previous hotel so I just used those. Anyway I have learned from the experience and will be more apt to inspect a room before settling in for the night.
Beware of false advertisement on Hilton's Website. These rooms are NOT soundproof as advertised. As a matter of fact, you can hear lots of noise from adjacent rooms, rooms above/ below you, as well as noise in the halls quite easily.If you are a light sleeper, I would avoid this place.
My husband and I recently spent a couple of days in Boston. We had originally planned to stay 1 night at the Hilton and ended up staying 3. The ease of getting around Boston from there combined with the great service made it an easy decision to stay put. The rooms can get pricey, but compared to other downtown locations--the Hilton is a bargin. We had no problems coming and going from downtown. The shuttle takes you to the T and from there, your possibilities are endless. As others have mentioned in their reviews, we didn't hear any planes coming or going from our room. Well done, Hilton!!
Fantastic hotel.... Well done Hilton....
Stayed for 1 night on Oct 2nd 03. One of the best airport hotels I have ever stayed at and I have seen quite a few. Really quiet inside, if you didn't look out of the window you couldn't tell you were at the airport. No noise at all. Stayed in an executive room #300. Smoking rooms are on the 3rd floor but right at the end of the hall so very quiet. Nicely furnished and spacious with views across the harbour to downtown Boston. Non-smoking exec rooms are on the 10th floor as is the lounge, be sure to check out the view over Boston at night. Attached to terminals via walkway, but you have to walk through car park also.
Don't bother walking take the free shuttle every 10-15 mins 24hrs. Also takes you to the T stop, you can be Downtown in less than 15 mins.
We had a nightmare at the airport with flight cancellations and were forced to spend an additional night in Boston. The airline put us up at the Hilton Airport. The staff at the registration desk were extremely helpful and friendly. The bar and restaurant provided great atmosphere and good food. We also noticed that many flight attendants and pilots stayed here. This would be the perfect hotel for those that are passing through or have business near the airport.
Great place to stay, especially if you're headed out to Logan the next morning. Although pretty far from Downtown Boston, there's a shuttle service that will take you to the Airport T-stop and from there you can take the T into Boston.
Wouldn't recommend the Logan, however, if you're going to visit the city often. It can be a hassle to take the Blue Line all the way out to the Airport T-Stop...
Just book the Logan Hilton for your last night right before your flight. It's a great, beautilful hotel with great service... It's what you would expect out of a Hilton, even despite its close proximity to the airport (we couldn't hear a single plane take off).
Nice views from top floor
My family stayed at the Hilton last year for (2002) for a few days in August. We were lucky enough to be put on the concierge floor. Views from our room were over the airport but from the lounge room were spectacular over Boston. They also had a large telescope so that you could look at the ships in the bay. Service was good and when the complimentary bus to the station forgot us they called another one which took us straight to the Aquarium
Convenient at the airport
It is a weird and confusing but fairly short walk through the big parking structure at Logan or a quick shuttle ride away. The hotel is very new and everything is very nice but it is all a bit anonymous. The executive floors have a nice lounge. Everything would have been perfect if it wasn't for the "nice but a bit bland" feeling that it left me with.
Attached to the Airport / Quiet
Excellent hotel--connected directly to the Airport by a skywalk so very convenient. Great fitness center just off the lobby. Nice whirlpool and pool, good selection of weights. Sauna and steamroom in locker room. Rooms are nicely furnished. Desk with large work area and office type chair. Very quiet. Bathrooms very clean and modern. I got in late and forget to put out the do not disturb sign on my door..in the morning Housekeeping ended up waking me up twice with in a half hour. I couldn't find any vending machines when I arrived. I ended up having to eat a 3.50 candy bar from the mini bar :(
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