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  • Location Fenway Park, home of the World Champion Red Sox, is right across the street from this hotel in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood. Property Amenities The Howard Johnson Inn Fenway Park offers a restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, and a seasonal outdoor pool. Guestrooms Guestrooms have complimentary high-speed Internet access, coffeemakers, and TVs with premium cable channels.

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    • Property amenities

      Bar/lounge
      Business services
      Complimentary newspapers in lobby
      Parking (surcharge)
      Restaurant(s) in hotel
      Room service (limited hours)
      Self parking
      Swimming pool - outdoor seasonal
    • Room amenities

      Premium TV channel(s)
      Cable/satellite TV
      Air conditioning
      Coffee/tea maker
      Hair dryer
      Iron/ironing board
      Television - Cable service
      Internet access - high speed
      Internet access - surcharge
      Internet access - wireless
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    Rating:
    2

    Outdated With Hidden Prices

    Beware of the $20 per night per vehicle surcharge when staying at this hotel. It may be close to Fenway, but when you average in the outdated decore with the pricey parking, I would have opted to pay just a little more for a nicer, newer hotel.
    Rating:
    4

    Great Stay

    Nice hotel to stay in especially if your going to see game at Fenway park.convenience to park was well worth staying there also close to other attractions.
    Rating:
    1

    not impressed

    it was just dirty and priced way to high

    Travelers tip on local attractions

    fenway is close
    Rating:
    4

    HoJo Fenway Park

    Wasn’t expecting much, but it’s very convienient to the House of Blues on Lansdowne St. where I was going to see Extreme, so I booked it in spite of the soso reviews. Not nearly as bad as I expected, fine for a night. The door’s were a little thin, so noise of doors shutting might have been annoying if I had planned on sleeping alot, I didn’t, so not a problem really. Staff were pleasant and generally helpful. Room was clean enough. I’d stay there again if I was going back to the House of Blues for another show.

    Travelers tip on dining

    House of Blues has very good food, and is reasonable. Great Staff, for concerts it’s an excellent venue. Oh yeah, the bannana bread pudding is fabulous!
    Rating:
    5

    Hotel has excellent location to everything

    We went to a red sox game and the hotel was right in Fenways backyard. Nice location and would stay again. Staff was very pleasant. Only downfall I wish they offered coffee in the lobby throughout the evening. Coffee was in rooms but didn’t know if they would charge so I didn’t use it. Continental breakfast would have been Great!

    Travelers tip on getting the most out of your stay

    convenient to everything
    Rating:
    1

    An overpriced bust

    Staff did little to deal with multiple late night disturbances, loud drunks banging on doors for an hour at 3am, fire alarms, etc. Also, when I forgot something in the room and remembered the same night, they were unable to give it to me, but instead will mail it to me and charge me for the mail fee.
    Rating:
    3

    Fine for Basic Hotel

    Stayed there for one night to look at Boston colleges. Fine for that - I wouldn’t like to be there on a Red Sox game night though - the room literally looked at the stadium wall!
    Rating:
    2

    good for overnight for a game thats about it!

    needs repairs! staff ok-rooms not so ok. great for a quick trip to a game.fenway is right around the corner. also cost a bit high for condition
    Rating:
    4

    Helped us immensely

    Our car battery was dead when we went to leave at 6:00 in the morning. The bell captain helped us get a jump. He was wonderful
    Rating:
    3

    fair enough

    this hotel is cheap enough for you to stay in Boston for a short period of time, especially if you a Red Sox fan.
    Rating:
    2

    Acceptable hotel to stay for few days

    Excellent and friendly service from staff. Good and kind hearted employees working at the hotel. Hotel condition is a two star hotel. A parking fee of $20 is charged over night.

    Travelers tip on local attractions

    Stay in room upstair, it is quieter and better condition.
    Rating:
    5

    Perfect for a large group/family reunion

    Fenway Howard Johnson’s was great. We went to Boston for a family event. The staff was great, they were able to give us 5 rooms next to each other. The motel is in a great location, our view was Fenway Park!!! Tons of things to do within walking distance and the resturant down stairs was great. We want to go back!!!
    Rating:
    1

    Should be demolished and rebuilt

    Staff nice but overall the hotel had funny smell,room needed to be completely re-modeled (from ceiling to floor), heating unit was so loud that every time it went on it woke us up.

    Travelers tip

    None
    Rating:
    4

    I’ll be back

    For my needs, this hotel was a good choice. It fully met my expectations, was in a convenient location, clean room and reasonable price. I arrived well before check-in time, and they were able to get me in a room right away. After taking a red-eye the night before, that was greatly appreciated.
    Rating:
    4

    Affordable for Boston

    Howard Johnsons Inn at Fenway is an older hotel which has not been updated as much as it should it should be. The location is awesome if you are a baseball fan because it is literally backed right up against Fenway Park. The price is generally more affordable than most other hotels in Boston but then again there are a limited number of rooms and the hotel is outdated. I wasn’t real pleased with the front desk staff particularly when they made a copy of my credit card and my identification. I had never heard of a hotel making a copy of a customer’s credit card and identification. Any way the room was adequate and clean and they did have free WiFi. Do know that they charge @20.00 per day to park your car in the parking lot.
    Rating:
    2

    Close to Fenway

    Hotel is fine for short stay...right next door to Fenway.
    Rating:
    2

    Close as you can get to Fenway

    Hotel and room were as expected. No frills but great if you want to stay at Fenway. Walk right out the door and into all the fun. Restaurants, bars, souvenir shops and best of all, Fenway. It must have been less than 100 feet from our hotel room!

    Travelers tip on dining

    As a side note, don’t eat at the restaurant in the hotel lobby. It’s not affiliated with the hotel. We had breakfast there. Just awful food and service. Do yourself a favor and go across the street.
    Rating:
    2

    Not impressed...go only cuz it’s cheapest when Red Sox not in town

    I walked into my "cleaned room" and found: broken jewelry on floor: ground floor window was open (no security bars on it) and window lock barely staying on; fortune cookie still in wrapper between desk and chair; and the topper - there was still piss in the toilet.

    Travelers tip on local attractions

    Newbury Street was wicked awesome. Fenway Park tour was great. Paradise Rock Club (near BU) was absolutely awesome.
    Rating:
    5

    Location, Location, Location

    This hotel was close to everything. Definitely would return.
    Rating:
    3

    Very close, clean but no frills

    Around the corner from Fenway. Clean, but nothing exciting. Perfect for a 3-4 stay to watch some baseball. Friendly staff, hot water with good shower pressure. What more could a man ask for ?
    Rating:
    4

    Can’t Beat the View

    Stayed here for the Sox game and was amazed how close we were to Fenway. Opened our window and there was right field right across the street. It’s a 5 min cab ride from the train station, and 15 from Logan AP. If you are a real Soxs fan you have to stay here. You walk out the door and your on Yawkey Way in 1 minute. What a block party!! There’s a new Wing place across the street - Chicken to the Bone! it’s great. This isn’t a 5 star hotel but for the baseball fan it’s almost heaven. We had plenty of AC and hot water, and the front desk was very helpful and friendly. We will be back. For the view of Fenway ask for the even number rooms on the second floor. We stayed in 222 and it was perfect.

    Travelers tip on shopping

    If you go to a Sox game and stay here and your looking for Sox merchandise go to the shop on Yawkey Way. They have everything, and I mean everything a Sox fan could want. Every Jersey every number.Shirts, jackets, hats, for kids women and men.
    Rating:
    1

    no AC

    We stay here for every Redox home game because it’s so close. This was by far our worst stay ever. Temp was in the 80’s and they hadn’t turned on the AC at all. They said it was too early in the spring.......Hopefully in August when we return they’ll have it up and running. Our room was so hot! It must have been in the 90’s in the room and windows are bolted shut.

    Bring a fan and your own pillow.
    Rating:
    4

    perfect for Socks games

    If your coming from out of town to go to Fenway you can not find a more convient location. The Lounge was a nice surprise, lots of friendly people.
    Rating:
    2

    Convenient for baseball fans

    Great location next to Fenway Park, and if you’re going to town just to see a game, can’t beat it. However, the place is very run down, the whole building smells of cigarettes, and you must be prepared to either ride the subway or get a cab if you’re going to or from the airport, as no shuttle.
    Rating:
    3

    location, location, location

    This was our 2nd stay here. The hotel is directly behind Fenway Park so it’s our only choice when going to a Red Sox game and staying overnight. The hotel is dated and needs updating. I hope they don’t tear it down like they are predicting.

    Travelers tip on local attractions

    Go Sox! Make sure and check out Beer Works Brewery just around the corner. Fantastic micro brewery and great food. If you’re attending a game be sure to get there 2 or 3 hours early to enjoy Yawkee way.
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