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Evans, Linda - Rodgers Powers & Schwartz

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18 Tremont Street, Suite 500 Boston MA 02108
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(617) 927-8244
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(800) 594-7991
Fax
(617) 536-6785

Business Hours

Status: Closed

Sunday
Closed
Monday
9:00am-5:00pm
Tuesday
9:00am-5:00pm
Wednesday
9:00am-5:00pm
Thursday
9:00am-5:00pm
Friday
9:00am-5:00pm
Saturday
Closed

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Evans, Linda - Rodgers Powers & Schwartz
Reviewer Name
Boston Guy
Review Date
April 07, 2014
Reviewer Location
Boston
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prom

Called for Prom... didn't have prom vehicles at good prices, couldn't speak great English, and rude.

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The DoubleTree is pretty standard as far as hotels go. YOu have the option of a suite or a king bed, but the rooms aren't so spacious so don't try to fit too many. There's the chance to have a great view if you're on the upper floors - either facing the harbor or the city. Although it's kind of awkwardly placed (in terms of MBTA access) at a crux between downtown, Chinatown, and the South End,...

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Number one reason to stay at a DoubleTree hotel? The warm chocolate chip cookie they give you when you check in! Such delicious chocolate chip cookie. Now, on to the hotel. Most of the rooms are actually suites and you get a spacious living room, fridge and microwave. I like the open air (sort of) area by the elevator that makes it breezy and not like you're in the middle of the city of Boston....

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Maybe it's because I went at the end of the day. Maybe it's because he said there was only two left. Or maybe they're just bad....My crepe was burnt. I got...

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My first night in Boston!

HOTEL ROOM was clean and cozy with fast room service. The room isn't as outdated as I thought. We got a one bedroom with a small window view of the streets. Not much of a view but I can't complain for staying one night.

LOCATION makes a big difference when you don't have transportation. The hotel is close to the Train station, chinatown and a walkable distance to...

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Associated Industries of Massachusetts is a statewide employers' association. The business was established and incorporated in Massachusetts in 1915. They employ forty-five people. Mr. John Gould is the President and C.E.O. of the business. Mr. John Simmons is the Executive Vice-President and COO. Any questions or problems should be directed to the attention of Mr. Gould.

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