The Beacon Plaza: "empty hotel" Boston Hotel Tip by Jozzzef

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The people from Anthony's Town House (down the street) proposed this hotel because they had no more vacancies (read my other entry). Our instinct was to bail out but they proposed a room in the Beacon Plaza, referred to as an OK Familyhotel in our guide so we accepted. The people from Anthony's met us at the Beacon Plaza, gave us the key and we paid to them. We stayed there for three nights WITHOUT SEEING ANOTHER SOUL! a pretty strange experience. On the last day an older man (the owner?) emerged from a room, said hello and allowed us to leave our bagage there so we could pick it up on the way to the airport. the Beacon Plaza felt a little run-down. We didn't have any trouble though but it was a strange experinece I would like to avoid in the future.

Unique Qualities: holes in the sheets

Address: Beacon Street 1459, Brookline
Price Comparison: about average
Directions: It takes a while to figure out but can easily be reached by public transport.
Phone: 566 9254
Price: US$80-120
Theme: Hotel

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  • Written Mar 5, 2004
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