|"Great view of Fenway."||(in 28 reviews)|
|""Quiet, clean, comfortable, well appointed, great amenities.""||(in 27 reviews)|
|"Friendly and helpful staff!"||(in 302 reviews)|
|"Lots of Red Sox memorabilia"||(in 9 reviews)|
|"I didn’t like paying a $30 resort fee."||(in 24 reviews)|
|"Parking was not free."||(in 59 reviews)|
|staff was friendly||in 625 reviews|
|room was clean||in 536 reviews|
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The staff went above and beyond to help make my stay special
It was perfect!!
My wife and I have stayed here before and have always enjoyed the experience. Last night was was another example of why we keep coming back. Upon checking in we received a complimentary upgrade to the Baseball Suite. The room was phenomenal. Corey at the front desk helped me get some friends a last minute reservation and could not have been more friendly. Overall a great stay.
Good location with convenience store nearby 10-15 min from shopping and restaurants Just next to subway or metro
no kettle or complimentary tea and coffee in room very slow free wifi
Wifi was terrible. You couldn't even get high speed wireless in the lobby. You had to pay for it and even then it was spotty at best. For the money we paid for the room, reliable internet service is not too much to ask.
Didn't even know it was the Boston Redsox Official Hotel. Lots of sports memorabilia, great creature comforts, staff eager to please. Jonathan at front desk was the standout employee that made our stay even better. He had great tips, suggestions for sights & food and truly made us welcome.
Having to leave
Best beds, pillows, and staff!
The staff at the Hotel Commonwealth was friendly and accommodating. My Mom and I stayed one night in order to attend the Patriot's Victory Parade, and though we opted for a late checkout, we ended up getting stuck on the parade route. We called to let the hotel know, and they were very kind. Instead of charging us for half a day, they went and packed up our room for us, and held our luggage in the bell closet. The hotel was beautiful and the pillows and beds were some of the best I've ever slept in! Will definitely stay again.
The staff was very nice. Service impeccable. Beds were so comfortable!!!! We will be back!!!!
There is not a single thing I did not like about this hotel. It was wonderful!
Shower head needs replacing room 410
Felt like Home...but cooler!
Service was great, Room and amenities were lush. For a BU Alumni attending some University events it was perfectly convenient! Valet was a little pricey...park on the street if you can but the Valet guys offered great service!
Valet parking was pricey for Boston!
Room was great; location superb to Fenway for Billy Joel concert, and staff was fine. Valet was extraordinary! However, had to negotiate with staff at desk to get room reserved.
Booked at Hotel.com and reserved the Fenway Room which is shown on their website as looking over Fenway Park. When we asked for it upon arrival desk clerk told us a lot of people THINK it looks over Fenway but it doesn't. Even if it did there was construction obliterating any view. (Picture on Hotel.com misleading: hotel is on Beacon Street a block from Fenway Park). He gave us a "Kenmore" room which looked into alley-type street. Asked for refund of difference, told not done, but upgraded to suite. Satisfied with new room..
Smelled good, friendly people, the room, the fancieness
Issues with my prepaid credit card apparently they're not accepted. This should be noted somewhere when booking. I didn't have another credit card or enough cash. In the end it was worked out but it was unneeded stress. When checking out (645 am) we needed to wait for a bit. There was no staff at desk
We travel alot and I don't think I have ever stayed in a nicer hotel. The rooms were exceptional from cleanliness of the rooms to the friendliness of the staff. I will never stay in another hotel in Boston but thisone.
Hotel Commonwealth four-star reputation centers on their promise to create an experience that is not scripted and uniquely caters to every client’s needs. From its superior location in Kenmore Square to every little detail, Hotel Commonwealth has duly earned its title as Boston’s most beloved hotel and the official hotel of the Boston Red Socks.
Their large complex houses 245 guest rooms and suites. Guestrooms face either Fenway Park or Kenmore Square, offering scenic views either way. Patrons can choose from two layouts or ADA compliant guest rooms. There are four suite layouts ranging from a 515 square feet to expansive 700 square feet residential style corner suite. The signature suites range from 600 to 1,000 square feet and unique decor.
Regardless of what room guests choose, the service and amenities are world class including free valet parking, full-service concierges, in-room spa services, and complimentary Wi-Fi. Pets are also made to feel welcome with complimentary pet bowls, pet sitting, pet grooming, pet walking, and pet massage services available through the Concierge, and a tasty treat upon arrival from a walk in Kenmore Square. On-site dining includes the Eastern Standard, the Island Oyster Bar, and the Hawthorne Bar.
From the world-class amenities to the little treats, Hotel Commonwealth ensures that guests every need can be met within the campus. The nearby attractions and historic landmarks are added bonuses.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
Mingle with locals at the acclaimed Eastern Standard restaurant and enjoy their all-day service, starting with breakfast and ending with late-night dinner options until 1:30 am. The restaurant serves everything from burgers to bite-sized snacks, but is especially popular for its nationally-renowned and award-winning cocktail menu. Equally acclaimed cocktail-mixing skills await at The Hawthorne bar within a tasteful, modern country-inspired interior.
If business brings you to Boston, you can choose from small boardrooms to extensive ballrooms when hosting at this hotel. Spread over 12,000 sq ft, the hotel is specifically popular for its Fenway ballroom of 3,200 sq ft with a capacity for up to 600 people. Dividable into various subsections and connected to the Fenway Terrace, this space is a great setting for formal events and weddings. The Esplanade rooms are a great choice for corporate get-togethers, with space for about 45 attendants.
With Teddy the Bear on site, children will always be well-entertained throughout their stay. The hotel’s mascot wanders through the hotel and pays regular visits. Teddy the Bear events also take place on a regular basis, so ask for his schedule upon arrival. With the Bedtime in Bean Town package, children can furthermore assemble a tent inside the room for a glamorous camping adventure. The package also includes a welcome toy for each child.
Enhance your stay and immerse yourself in the baseball fever with the hotel’s Signature Baseball Suite. This suite supports your enthusiasm with baseball memorabilia and trading cards, as well as an extensive DVD, baseball-themed movie library. The Reading Suite is another gem, inspired by author Ben Mezrich. Literature-inspired memorabilia and a designated reading nook make this the perfect place to scribble or vanish behind a book.
Everyone can make more of their stay with KAYAK’s varied packages, which can benefit couples and groups with a variety of family deals. Some of them include free breakfast, queen and king size beds, as well as the option of connecting rooms upon availability.
By car, you can be at the Hotel Commonwealth in about 15m when taking the MA-1A. From there, get on the MA-28 South and Storrow Drive to take the exit toward Kenmore Square. Turn onto Beacon Street to Commonwealth Avenue where the hotel lies. With the BackBay line, you can reach the hotel publicly in about 40m. Exit at the Hynes Convention Center.
Family-friendliness is big at this accommodation, so they provide free-of-charge baby cribs upon request. To add extra sleeping space to your room, ask for a rollaway bed, which is charged with a fee of approximately $35 per evening. (Prices checked 26/06/19).
Hotel Commonwealth is located at 500 Commonwealth Avenue in Fenway–Kenmore, 3,3 km from the centre of Boston. Fenway Park is the closest landmark to Hotel Commonwealth.
Check-in time is 16:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at Hotel Commonwealth.
Yes, Hotel Commonwealth offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Hotel Commonwealth does not offer free parking.
No, Hotel Commonwealth does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Hotel Commonwealth is 7,4 km from Boston Logan Intl. Hotel Commonwealth is 18,7 km from Norwood Memorial.
Yes, Hotel Commonwealth is a pet-friendly hotel.
No, Hotel Commonwealth does not have a pool on-site.
Fenway–Kenmore is known for: students, sports, green space