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The Constitution Inn Boston

The Constitution Inn Boston

2 Stars

150 Third Avenue Charlestown Navy Yard Boston MA 02129


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Rating criteria
Rating
Cleanliness 4
Facilities 4
Service 4
Location 5
Pricing 4
Overall 4.2
The Constitution Inn Boston offers comfortable accommodation and an exceptional location close to many area attractions. This hotel is a great place for business and leisure travellers. The Boston Museum of Science, which is a science museum, is a nice place to visit while in this city. Fenway Park is the oldest Major League baseball park in the United States and hence is a must-see attraction for Boston visitors. A historic site and and urban park, Castle Island, is a great place to walk, jog or just unwind and enjoy the view.

Location
The Constitution Inn is centrally located in the Third Avenue Charlestown Navy Yard and is close to Boston's great restaurants and lively pubs. The USS Constitution, The North End, Faneuil Hall, and many of Boston's historic, cultural and entertainment attractions are at walking distance.

Rooms
The Constitution Inn consists of 147 well-appointed, comfortable, and spacious rooms. All the room have amenities such as air conditioning, refrigerator and telephone.

Restaurant
Several restaurants are available in the surroundings that offer a wide variety cuisines.

General
The Constitution Inn Boston features conference room and banquet facilities. A gymnasium and swimming pool are available for refreshment. Leisure can be spent by exploring the cityand its attractiosn that include Museum of Fine Arts, Boston's oldest, largest and best-known art institution.

Hotel Facilities

  • Banquet Facilities
  • Gym / Fitness Facilities
  • Sauna
  • Conference Facilities
  • Internet Access - High Speed
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Disabled Facilities
  • Laundry Facilities

Room Facilities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Hairdryer
  • Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
  • Cable / Satellite TV
  • Iron / Ironing Board
  • Telephone
  • Ensuite / Private Bathroom
  • Refrigerator

The Constitution Inn Boston Guest Reviews (8)


The Constitution Inn Boston
4 out of 5

Close to fast ferry to Boston city. In lovely area. Very safe to walk around at night.

Tencents wrote on September 18, 2012


The Constitution Inn Boston
4 out of 5

Very good. Super value, I shopped around on websites until I found this deal. We went swimming in the Y pool-attached to the hotel. Free shuttle takes you to the T-stop or you can walk to it. Take the T from airport to T-stop, get free shuttlle. Hotel is on the Freedom Trail so we walked it right into the city. Room was cleaned every day. Ask for kitchenette, you get a big frig, a stove, microwave. Take your own pot, paper plates, plastic utensils. No supplies come with the kitchen. Saves big to eat breakfast in room, pack lunch each day. Room was large for being in a city.

I like a deal wrote on December 3, 2011


The Constitution Inn Boston
3 out of 5

Clean and with all the amenities you'd expect for the price. The bathroom hair dryer kept shorting out, but I was provided with a working portable one without too much delay. The room's walls were a bit thin--I was woken up by neighbors at 8am on a Saturday--but otherwise we were quite happy with our room (and its blackout curtains!) and would return next time we're in Boston. Location was perfect, and parking was plentiful!

Kat S. wrote on November 1, 2011


The Constitution Inn Boston
1 out of 5

You did not say this was a YMCA. The room was not very clean. Old candy and peanut shells on the ground and the walls look like they have not been cleaned in years.

Vise President wrote on October 21, 2011


The Constitution Inn Boston
2 out of 5

We came to Boston for both the 4th of July celebration and for a medical purpose. The good thing about staying at the Constitution Inn in Charlestown, MA is that the area seems to alway be safe. It is pleasant to walk around in on a nice evening. It is conveniently located near the Ferry boat that take you to Long Wharf in Boston. This makes it nice for getting to many attractions in the City. The Bad part of stay at the Constitution is that it is difficult to get bad and forth into the city once the MGH Shuttle stops running on the weekends. It would be good it there was a regular breakfast shop in the hotel but for the most part I could live without having a restaurant in the hotel. The Noisy part of my "last" stay was a group of people who checked into the room next to ours. The first thing they did was try to get into the room by way of the connecting door between the two rooms. Then the people in that room continued to wake us up several times during the night. We did complain several times and the front desk finally ejected them from the hotel by 7:00 AM in the morning. I suppose this was something. Overall, this hotel is good for the price. The rooms are comfortable. The only thing that could be improved about the room would be the bathroom. The sink in the bathroom is too small and there is no place to even set a toothbrush.

Lonely Gay Guy wrote on July 12, 2011


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Overall Guest Rating

Overall4.2 out of 5
Cleanliness4 out of 5
Facilities4 out of 5
Service4 out of 5
Location5 out of 5
Pricing4 out of 5

The Constitution Inn Boston Guest Reviews

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4 out of 5

Close to fast ferry to Boston city. In lovely area. Very safe to walk around at night.

Review by: Tencents
Date stayed September 18, 2012

4 out of 5

Very good. Super value, I shopped around on websites until I found this deal. We went swimming in the Y pool-attached to the hotel. Free shuttle takes you to the T-stop or you can walk to it. Take the T from airport to T-stop, get free shuttlle. Hotel is on the Freedom Trail so we walked it right into the city. Room was cleaned every day. Ask for kitchenette, you get a big frig, a stove, microwave. Take your own pot, paper plates, plastic utensils. No supplies come with the kitchen. Saves big to eat breakfast in room, pack lunch each day. Room was large for being in a city.

Review by: I like a deal
Date stayed December 3, 2011

3 out of 5

Clean and with all the amenities you'd expect for the price. The bathroom hair dryer kept shorting out, but I was provided with a working portable one without too much delay. The room's walls were a bit thin--I was woken up by neighbors at 8am on a Saturday--but otherwise we were quite happy with our room (and its blackout curtains!) and would return next time we're in Boston. Location was perfect, and parking was plentiful!

Review by: Kat S.
Date stayed November 1, 2011

1 out of 5

You did not say this was a YMCA. The room was not very clean. Old candy and peanut shells on the ground and the walls look like they have not been cleaned in years.

Review by: Vise President
Date stayed October 21, 2011

2 out of 5

We came to Boston for both the 4th of July celebration and for a medical purpose. The good thing about staying at the Constitution Inn in Charlestown, MA is that the area seems to alway be safe. It is pleasant to walk around in on a nice evening. It is conveniently located near the Ferry boat that take you to Long Wharf in Boston. This makes it nice for getting to many attractions in the City. The Bad part of stay at the Constitution is that it is difficult to get bad and forth into the city once the MGH Shuttle stops running on the weekends. It would be good it there was a regular breakfast shop in the hotel but for the most part I could live without having a restaurant in the hotel. The Noisy part of my "last" stay was a group of people who checked into the room next to ours. The first thing they did was try to get into the room by way of the connecting door between the two rooms. Then the people in that room continued to wake us up several times during the night. We did complain several times and the front desk finally ejected them from the hotel by 7:00 AM in the morning. I suppose this was something. Overall, this hotel is good for the price. The rooms are comfortable. The only thing that could be improved about the room would be the bathroom. The sink in the bathroom is too small and there is no place to even set a toothbrush.

Review by: Lonely Gay Guy
Date stayed July 12, 2011

3 out of 5

This Inn is colocated with the Boston Navy Yard YMCA, so it's very convienent if you want to work out. There is also great nearby tourist spots, as well as a local dining opportunities. The Inn is similar to an aging roadside motel, but adequate. My room on the 6th floor had a kitchenette with full size fridge, sink and oven.

Review by: stanpukes
Date stayed June 24, 2011

3 out of 5

The room was very basic--clean with very comfortable beds. The staff went above and beyond with all kinds of information and directions for us. We were worried we were too far away but that was not a problem at all. It was a short walk to a ferry ($1.70 fare) to Long Wharf. A free shuttle to North Station was a block away and we bought trolley tickets for a trolley that stopped 3 blocks away. We could be any where we wanted to be in less than 30 minutes. My daughter and I walked all over and always felt safe even after dark--lots of other people around. The convenience store nearby was handy for snacks and breakfast. Over all it was a great vacation. If you want fancy this isn't for you but if you just want a clean, convenient place to lay your head at the end of the day stay here!

Review by: Snick
Date stayed June 18, 2011

4.2 out of 5

Excellent value compared with other hotels in Boston. Very cheap parking (unlike other Boston hotels). Very clean and well presented hotel with helpful staff. We were pleasantly surprised with the standard of this hotel. It was far better than I anticipated and is close to the Freedom Trail for those who wish to walk to the City Centre.

Review by: Brian Norris
Date stayed October 16, 2004

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The Constitution Inn Boston Hotel exterior
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The Constitution Inn Boston Hotel exterior
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The Constitution Inn Boston Room
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The Constitution Inn Boston Function room
Function Room
The Constitution Inn Boston Fitness room
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