Centrally located in the North End-- Boston's oldest neighborhood and the center of Italian culture-- we are just steps from the Freedom Trail, and minutes from Quincy Market, the New England Aquarium, and the financial district. Tour Boston on foot, dine in one of the North End's wonderful Italian restaurants and cafes, then relax in our spacious, newly constructed fourth and fifth floor suites. La Cappella "the chapel" is a renovated former chapel, which combines old world charm and modern conveniences. Our tastefully decorated rooms offer king, twin or queen beds,t.v, v.c.r,and private baths. Each floor is independently climate controlled and has its own common dining area, including a refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker,and a dish washer. Each suite features a complimentary washer/dryer, balconies with city skyline views, and Italian marble throughout.
5 on July 27, 2013
This little bed and breakfast suited us perfectly. La Capella is authentic to the North End so the rooms are on the smaller side but updated and tidy as can be. The breakfast options were exactly what I like to eat at home, uncomplicated. I will stay here again.
3.4 on April 01, 2013
We really enjoyed our stay at La Cappella Suites and would stay again and recommend it to our friends. The location was fantastic. Regarding our experience at the Suites, we were satisfied with all of your topics outlined below. I really liked having access to the kitchen and the breakfast choices were good. The only other item that might have been good to have would have been bread (whole wheat or something healthy) as you had nice jams etc. but the cereal choice was excellent and I really appreciated the fresh fruit/bananas. Your coffee is excellent too (the one from the local coffee shop). The room was nice, roomy and had everything that we needed. We really appreciated being able to leave our bags in the lobby too as we arrived earlier in the day and stayed in Boston past check out time. VERY convenient.
4.8 on April 03, 2012
Had a fabulous stay here. Staff was accomodating, rooms were clean, check in was easy, location is amazing, price is right.
4.4 on December 26, 2011
My 12 year old granddaughter and I had a weekend in Boston, where we resided at La Cappella Suites. We each found it exceptionally pleasant. The decor is lovely; everything was impeccably clean. The 5 flights of stairs helped to walk off the fabulous restaurants in the neighborhood (Boston's North End). As in many older buildings, particularly those of stone or brick, the wi-fi connection can be "iffy." And, it was here. But, opening our door &/or also opening the stairwell door quickly enabled a strong signal. Tricia, the owner, provides a very helpful notebook in each room with suggestions for all sorts of activities and dining. She was also very helpful regarding use of Boston's MTA, which is quite easy and convenient to use. The location of La Cappella is excellent for almost anything in central Boston. I highly recommend La Cappella.
4.6 on December 13, 2011
My family and I (3 including one pre-teen) recently stayed at La Cappella in Boston and it was perfect. The location, pricing and cleanliness were unbelievable! We will be going back in the spring and I am sure we will stay with Tricia again.
4.4 on November 07, 2011
LaCapella Suites in the North End was located within walking distance to most historical sites, many wonderful restaurants, fun shopping spots and the T-station. The room was large, lovely and had nice linens. The staff was happy to get us needed items and even dried my coat after we got back to the inn drenched because of a sudden downpour! We really enjoyed having a self-serve breakfast, with a wide-variety of items to choose from, available in the kitchen on our floor at the inn. They also sent a lot of helpful travel info which enabled us to plan many of our activities. We were well taken care of at LaCapella Suites!
3.8 on December 08, 2010
We recently stayed at LaCappella Suites in the North End of Boston..we were greeted by the lovely owner and had the pleasure of meeting her children. The room was very large and comfortably furnished with a beautiful view, both evening and daytime, of the City of Boston. The kitchen, which our room had unlimited use of, was well stocked and kept clean. The owner made daily inquiries as to whether we needed anything and always ready to accommodate you. This Inn is a charming place to stay in an area which offers so much to see and do in Boston...I highly recommend a weekend at LaCappella Suites
4.0 on December 06, 2010
A short walk to great Italian restaurants in the North End, this tidy Inn is nicely furnished alternative to downtown hotels. La Cappella is located in a friendly residential neighborhood, ten minutes from a T station, Hanover Street and the Freedom Trail. The owner is efficient and friendly and runs a professional operation. Not every room comes with breakfast, so if that's important to you, be sure to check the details.
4.2 on December 02, 2010
La Cappella Suites greatly exceeded my expectations: everything was wonderful. The Innkeeper has a system of entry that is very easy and secure, though security was never a worry in the neighborhood. The room on the top floor has a glorious view of the rooftops and skyline, with a small private balcony and private bathroom. The breakfast was certainly adequate, and self serve, which made things easier for early risers. I am plotting a quick return, as the location is perfect, in the Italian neighborhood (great food) and close to the Harbor Walk. Thanks Tricia!
4.0 on December 02, 2010
We visit Boston many times during the year and always check availability at LaCappella first. The rooms are adaquate and always clean. Parking is an issue anywhere in Boston, however, there is a lot quite close to LaCappella where we leave the car for our entire stay since we can walk almost anywhere we choose to go.
Quincy Market, Waterfront, Freedom Trail, Beacon Hill, Financial District, Massachusetts General Hospital, Downtown
Boston, MA (BOS-Logan Intl.) 3 miles
Take the Sumner tunnel. At end of tunnel take a sharp right onto Hanover Street. Go through set of lights. After lights, go to second intersection and turn right onto Fleet Street/Tony DeMarco Way. Go to stop sign and turn right onto North Stret. We are at 290 North Street, the third building on the right. There is a black wrought iron gate in the front.
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Whale Watch, Hospitals, Pleasure Boating, Financial District, Universities, Patriots, Red Sox , Celtics, Bruins, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo
Air conditioning, CD player, Computer, Copier, Fax Machine, Internet Service, Washer/dryer , balconies
Alarm clock, In-room internet, Fridge, Hairdryer, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, VCR
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Fine Dining, Historic Sights, Aquarium, Red Sox, Bruins, Celtics, Boston Symphony Orchestra, Live Performances, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Swimming, Swimming pool, Tennis courts, Water sports
English, French, Spanish
Tricia Muse, a native of metropolitan Boston, has made her home in the North End since 1990 and knows city, especially her neighborhood very well. She is always happy to recommend a restaurant or attraction. As the mother of 4 children she also knows a lot about family activities in the area so please don't hesitate to ask for suggestions.