In a neighborhood packed with chain business hotels, the MidTown feels almost like a suburban motel: It’s just two stories, with a seasonal outdoor pool. Many guests are part of tour groups or here for conventions; others are families who can book adjoining rooms and enjoy easy access to the Prudential Center, across the street. The well-maintained guest rooms are large and utilitarian, decorated in standard contemporary hotel style; bathrooms are small. Huntington Avenue can be busy, especially if there’s an event at Symphony Hall; request a room at the back of the building if traffic noise bothers you. And if you’re driving, note that the parking here is among the cheapest in central Boston.
The MidTown Hotel
220 Huntington Ave (at Cumberland St., 1 long block from Mass. Ave.).
Our Rating Neighborhood Copley Square:Hynes Convention Center Transportation T: Green Line E to Prudential or Orange Line to Massachusetts Ave Phone 800/343-1177 or 617/262-1000 Prices $119–$309 double; from $139 suite. Extra person $15. Parking $25. Dogs accepted ($30 fee). Children 17 and under stay free in parent’s room. Amenities Concierge; access to nearby health club ($5–$10); outdoor pool; Wi-Fi ($10/day) Units 159 units Web site The MidTown HotelBook a Room Now
Map220 Huntington Ave Boston
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