Link: The Inn at St. Botolph
It was our first time visiting Boston. We were taking an Uber from the airport and as we approached our hotel, The Inn at St. Botolph, we were just delighted at what we were in for for the next couple days. Nestled in a residential area boasting those oh-so-iconic Boston brownstones, we instantly fell in love with The Inn.
Though The Inn is considered centrally-located, we honestly didn’t leave our room much during our two-night stay. That’s because the room was perfect for what we really needed: some rest and relaxation. After all, we had just completed an exhausting, albeit phenomenal 8-day adventure in Iceland!
Aside from The Inn at St. Botolph’s amazing location, we were most impressed with its very speedy check-in process: entering codes on the doors to the hotel and our room without needing to visit a receptionist AT ALL for keys. (They send the codes to you via email prior to your stay.) How cool is that?! I seriously wish every hotel operated that way.
We also appreciated the spaciousness of the room (especially after 8 days of living in a camper van!), the ability to cook, and getting away with wearing a robe two days in a row. 🙂
Kyle and I are so happy that we had the opportunity to stay at The Inn at St. Botolph. If we hadn’t, I don’t think we would have been able to authentically experience one of the oldest cities in America.
Many thanks to The Inn at St. Botolph for sponsoring our stay in exchange for exposure to our online audience.
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