The best part was the location, since it was within walking distance of TD Garden. But I expect a lot more if I’m paying over $550 a night. The room walls had scuff marks all over them. The room was small and poorly set up so that there was only about a foot of walking space between the desk and the bed frame, which caused both of us to hit our shins on the corner of the bed frame. The room lacked amenities like a towel hook near the sink, refrigerator or microwave, etc. There is no pool or hot tub at the hotel. All things I would be completely fine with if I was paying $100-$200 a night but not at this price point. The parking situation is rough because you have to walk about 4 or 5 city blocks with all your stuff and navigate a parking garage that is not at all pedestrian friendly. And safety was a concern at the hotel coming back late at night from a concert. When we got back the lobby was unlocked, no one was at the desk, the lights in the lobby were mostly turned off, and the hotel is in a neighborhood that has multiple people out begging for money late at night. So anyone could just walk in off the street and hang out on the couches in the lobby and it would be hard to see them with it being so dark in there.