Eleven guest rooms offer Back Bay charm, convenience and comfort. Each room's decor is uniquely designed to reflect the school for which it is named.
4.4 on November 24, 2014
I stayed here while attending a wedding in Boston. All the rooms in the hotel block for the wedding were booked, so I had to look for other accommodations. So glad I found The College Club of Boston! It was only a few blocks from the hotel where the wedding and reception were taking place, and the cost of my single occupancy room at CCB was far less than the cost of the hotel where the wedding activities were taking place. The CCB is in a fantastic location in the upscale Back Bay area of Boston. The property is on a beautiful parkway, one block away from the great shops on Newbury St., and also only a block away from the Boston Public Garden and Boston Common. It's also within walking distance of the cool historic Beacon Hill neighborhood, with is worth checking out if you have the time. The room I stayed in showed some signs of wear, but overall I thought it was nice, and I chalked it up to it being a historic building in a historic neighborhood. The room was nice and clean. I'll admit I was a bit hesitant at first about the idea of booking a room with a shared bathroom (some of CCB's rooms have private baths, some have shared baths--the only room available at the time of my booking was one with a shared bath), but I never had to wait for the shared bathroom and it was kept very clean. Although I entered a rating for the dining at CCB (I think a rating in each of the five categories is required?), I did not actually ever eat there. I preferred to eat out and explore the neighborhood. Lastly, the staff at CCB was quite helpful and even allowed me to check in a little early. I would definitely stay at The College Club of Boston on future visits to the Boston area!
3.8 on November 17, 2014
Great location for walking to places. Room was well kept and clean. A great price with wonderful history to the old building. I would stay here again.
3.6 on November 09, 2014
We really enjoyed our stay at the College Club of Boston. Great location and within walking distance to so many different restaurants and sight seeing. The Club was very historic, everyone was so helpful, and the breakfast had a good variety of breakfast items. We would stay there again.
3.8 on November 05, 2014
I stayed in Boston for one week coming from Germany and am very happy, that I found this place. A very charming building and a great location in a central and safe area. If you do not like the anonymous style of the usual hotels, this is a place, where you can feel at home, although you are a visitor.
4.4 on October 30, 2014
Great place to stay in Boston, the only problems I found were the paucity of hot water in the shower and that there was no iron in the room. We will be coming back for sure.
4.2 on October 24, 2014
I stayed here for BU's parents weekend. It was a great alternative to a hotel and very close to campus. Friendly atmosphere, nice room, and good breakfast. I will be staying here again.
5 on October 23, 2014
I would book here again in an instant. The location is very convenient to visit Boston, 5 min walk to Boston Commons and Boston Public Gardens, 5 mins to Copley Plaza. The building is very nicely decorated, with high ceilings and with old furniture and antiques, rooms are spacious, but intimate at the same time, very clean and comfortable. Elevator is definitely a big plus for getting suitcases to the 3rd floor. Bathroom is very clean and soap/shampoo/toiletries are supplied. Loved it!
2.8 on October 16, 2014
My wife and I stayed here for four nights at the start of our two week fall tour of New England. Our room was an en-suite on the third floor facing the road. The room was larger than expected, with high ceiling and a king bed which was very creaky and uncomfortable. The bathroom was also large, for a hotel, with a large glass shower enclosure and mosaic tiled floor, renovated in Jan 2014, but the "low flow" shower head was the worst of the eight hotels we stayed in, so showering was a chore not a pleasure after a long day exploring Boston. It's an old historic building in a very good location with character and creaky main stairs let down by poor bed mattress quality and shower pressure/flow. Breakfast is adequate and staff friendly and Helpful. We were a little disappointed for the price $300.00 per night.
5 on October 15, 2014
I have stayed a the College Club many times since my only daughter left her roots and moved from Austin to Boston. I have been there for school occasions, wedding planning, a huge blizzard and a new grandson! I haven't come close to a complaint yet! Emily
4.0 on October 13, 2014
This is an excellent location, on one of the nicest residential streets in Boston and only one block from the public garden. The rooms for two are really big and comfortably (if somewhat cheaply) furnished. Breakfast is just o.k., but they don't pretend otherwise. The personnel are very nice and genuinely hospitable. My only gripe is that when you go on their website, there is a pretty sitting room front and center and another nice one shown when you "take a tour." They are located on the parlor floor of the townhouse. The doors are closed AND roped off. Evidently. use is restricted to member events. The only place paying guests are allowed is the combination laundry room/pantry next to the back parlor, because that's where the ice machine is located. I'd pictured myself having tea in one of the nice parlors, rather than the merely serviceable breakfast room on the ground floor..
These rooms are designed for multiple occupants, if desired, offering a choice of one king or two twin beds. Please specify your preferred bed type when making a reservation. Each room has a private, ensuite bath and can accommodate up to four guests by adding rollaway twin beds, available at $20 plus tax, per bed, per night.Each room features decor and a color palette unique to the college for which it is named.
Each single occupancy room is furnished with one twin-size bed, desk, bureau and small closet. The bath is shared with one other single occupancy room on the same floor. Each room is unique, having been designed for and named in honor of a specific college. Due to fire regulations, these rooms accommodate one guest only.
Boston, MA (BOS-Logan Intl.) 3 miles
We are located on Commonwealth Avenue between Arlington and Berkeley Streets, one block from the Boston Public Garden. For driving directions, please refer to our website. Amtrak and bus stations also nearby.
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Ocean, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Religious Services, River, Ski area, Zoo
Other, Bed and Breakfast
Conference Rooms, Copier, Fax Machine, Library, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wedding Facilities , Daily Maid Service, Afternoon Snacks, Complimentary Coffee, Tea, etc., Free local and U.S. long distance calls, Bathrobes available upon request, Discount admission to nearby gym
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, CD player, In-room internet, Desk, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Radio, Telephone, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Boating, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Tennis courts