Omni Parker House

Historic Luxury in Downtown Boston

The Omni Parker House is a historic architectural masterpiece in the heart of downtown Boston. Located on the Freedom Trail, the hotel is only steps away from Boston Common, Government Center, and historic Beacon Hill. The hotel was founded in 1855 and offers the perfect blend of historic charm and modern conveniences, and has been awarded status as a Historic Hotel of America. With excellent food and drink options, a convenient fitness centre and luxurious rooms, this is the ideal choice for your Boston stay.
 

Hayes & Jarvis Rating

Guide Price

 €1,479  per person
Hotel Category
Trusted
TripAdvisor Review
Tripadvisor rating 9422 Reviews
a bridge over a body of water with a city in the background

Hotel highlights

  • Historic building
  • On the Freedom Trail
  • Steps from the Common
  • Work out at the fitness centre
  • Enjoy excellent dining on-site

Hotel Features

General Information

  • Check-in Time:
    03:00
  • 551 rooms
  • Minimum age: 21
  • Floors have lift access: Yes

Main Facilities

  • Wifi

Board Basis Options

  • Room Only

For Families

  • Family Rooms
  • Kid's Club

Hotel Location

Location Highlights

Omni Parker House

9422 Reviews 79% of travellers recommended this hotel

Traveller ratings

  • Excellent 4321
  • Very Good 2879
  • Average 1304
  • Poor 589
  • Terrible 329

What to Expect

  • Location
  • Sleep Quality
  • Rooms
  • Service
  • Value
  • Cleanliness

Reviews

Nov 16, 2019

Not impressed

McDonough, Georgia

We stayed there for 2 nights. I picked this hotel because of the history and it was also the home of the Boston Cream Pie, which is my husband’s favorite dessert. I made a huge mistake and we will never stay there again. We got a King Deluxe room that was tiny. I’ve stayed in rooms in NYC that were bigger than this one. When we asked for a bigger room we were told that no upgrades were available but they had a different room that was a little bigger. Well, we got one that was no bigger and didn’t have a chair which the first one did. It was too late to cancel and find a different hotel. We were tired and fell into bed. The mattress was comfortable but the next morning I realized that the sheets hadn’t been changed from the previous guest. There was a dried blood stain on the sheets. I know that it wasn’t an unremovable stain because I was able to remove the majority of it with a wet rag. That means the sheets were not changed. The walls are also paper thin. You could hear every conversation from the rooms on either side of you. In some cases you could hear a lot more than conversation, if you get my drift. We definitely will not be staying there again. For the amount of money you spend per night I’m sure that you can find much better accommodations.
Nov 14, 2019

2-Night Stay

Old and tired. Who cares if it's "historic"?? People say that as of that's supposed to mean something. I care about comfort and amenities, and it doesn't score high in either. Fan in the bathroom kept making loud noises. Scarce AC outlets. Walls are paper thin. Windows aren't sound-proof - I could clearly hear all the street noise, even though I was 10 stories up. If it cost $150 a night, that would be one thing. But $260 and up? C'mon!
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