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Address: 40 Berkeley St, Boston, MA 02116, USA
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As you traverse the city of Boston, you'll stumble upon 40 Berkeley. 40 Berkeley is not generally crowded with tourists and visitors.

Abounding of places like Boston Common, The Museum Of Fine Arts, Fenway Park, Freedom Trail and Public Botanical Garden, city name has great things to do that are totally worth your time.

Local travel guides will amplify your fun in the city as they walk you around the major attractions. You can book Boston tours for such assistance.

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  • Clean, comfy room. Very nice staff. Grim looking corridors but not at all unpleasant rooms for a hostel. Decent location, safe area close enough to everything you might want to see. I'd stay again.

  • If you like prison cells w/nasty front desk "guards", then this place is for you. The check in woman just a hateful as could be... acted like she just hated her job (and was taking it out on us). Twin private room has one overhead light and not a single chair. Had to search for a Plug for charging phone... found behind the bed. Have yet to find he men's restroom! Great location is all I can say positively. Also don't park anywhere around there... will get s ticket. Signs are not clear at all. I know it's cheap but not worth the negativity found here.

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  • Lovely bathrooms, and some semi helpful staff. But the biggest issue is the heat/ air con as you are forced to sleep in a furnace. They promise a ceiling fan in every room, but this is not the case. Instead they provide you with a single floor fan with barely enough power to move a curtain let alone cool a room with 4 people. Because of this you're forced to open your window, but then the ongoing construction work in the hotel will wake you up at the crack of dawn. Really disappointing, as the one thing you want from a hotel is the ability to sleep, but due to the heat and the construction work, this is impossible.

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  • What a great hostel! It's a bit like a cheap hotel, but the rooms and bathrooms are cleaner and the staff is way more friendly. I never got her name, but my friend with the purple hair is more helpful and enjoyable to be around than the staff at any hotel I've been to. I'll definitely be back the next time I stay in Boston!

  • Crashing for just a night, red eye flight in, stuff to do early the next day, so I figured I'd try to stay cheaply. In this case, cheaply is $100 for the night. I could have live with the communal bathrooms and dorm room bed with a tiny bed with only a box spring, not a mattress. That's the deal here and that's totally fine. But to tell me, as I'm signing the paper to check in, that on a 90 degree sumner night the air conditioning is broken... that is just unacceptable. There's a ceiling fan, BUT IT'S ON THE SAME SWITCH AT THE ROOM LIGHT! I even removed the fixture only to find that it was a permanently wired LED job... 10 points for going green, but -1,000,000 for asking your guests to choose between air movement and darkness. It doesn't stop there. The noise from the street is unbearable. It seems there's a neighborhood tradition of revving your engine and removing your muffler while you drive around with your stereo blasting. It's 1:30AM and between the light, the heat, and the noise I can't fall asleep, which is the only thing I wanted to do here after an exhausting day of traveling. Save yourself the headache and just take $100, weave it into a blanket, and sleep on the street. You'd be better off - at least there's a breeze and it's dark out.

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