Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Boston-Peabody
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Hotel & Suites Boston-Peabody
The room was clean and updated. There was no complimentary breakfast though which is a drawback with a large family. The location is a bit tricky we missed it the first time and had to make quite a traverse on the freeways to get back. Carrabba's on the property was also great.
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... for modern/contemporary art. I suppose it all justifies the rather
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