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Hotel 140

2,369 reviews
+1 617-585-5600

Top Amenities

Free Wifi
Fitness Center

European Style Meets Back Bay Elegance at Hotel 140

What Do the Rooms Include?

These modern guest rooms come with either one or two beds. Each room has a flat-screen television with cable channels, beds with crisp white linens, an in-room coffee maker, individual climate controls, and a tiled bathroom with luxury toiletries. Wireless Internet access is complimentary.

What Amenities Does Hotel 140 Offer?

Dine on fresh and affordable Italian at the lobby-level Viga Italian Eatery. Catch a show at the Lyric Stage Theatre, which is also part of the hotel. Guests receive discounts at a nearby fitness center, and discounted tickets to many Boston museums are available from the front desk.

How Much Will a Stay at Hotel 140 Cost?

Standard rooms with one full bed are available from $109 per night, making Hotel 140 one of the more affordable downtown Boston hotels. Rooms with queen and king beds start from $119 per night and $129 per night, respectively. Rooms with two beds cost at least $129 per night, while the hotel’s luxurious Kennedy Suite starts at $269 per night.

What’s There to Do Nearby?

Hotel 140 sits on historic Clarendon Street, close to Copley Place Mall and dozens of shops on Newbury Street. Boston Common and Boston Public Garden are a few blocks away on foot, while the Back Bay Train Station is just a block away. Hotel 140 is also within walking distance of John Hancock Tower, Hancock Conference Center, the Hynes Convention Center, and Emerson College.

What’s the Bottom Line?

Guest note that the rooms at Hotel 140 are small but comfortable. A short stroll from shopping malls, restaurants, and convention centers, it’s a great option if you’re planning a short stay in Boston.

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Back Bay
140 Clarendon St
Boston, MA 02116
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User Highlights
Overall Guest Score
"Close to beautiful shops and restaurants" "Location is amazing"
Parking was ok, according to 59%.
97% liked the proximity to shopping.
"Staff was wonderful, totally professional" "Front desk staff was amazing, very helpful"
57% said the reception staff was ok.
64% thought the management was tolerable.
Value for money
"Great inexpensive cafe" "Excellent value for money"
96% thought it was a great value.
52% said the breakfast was too expensive.
"Access to wifi Clean" "Free wi-fi password"
57% said the wifi quality was bad.
96% thought it was a great value.
"Sumptuous Fairmont" "Overall courteous"
53% criticized the unstylish hotel.
51% thought the atmosphere was somewhat friendly.
"Modern decor" "Cheap vending machines"
52% thought the building was acceptable.
80% thought the facilities needed updating.
"Carpet was rather dirty" "Towels dirty"
87% said rooms were small.
Beds were acceptable for 63%.
"No hotel breakfast" "No brekfast"
52% said the breakfast was too expensive.
"Sheet dirty" "Limited bed covers"
87% said rooms were small.
Beds were acceptable for 63%.
Wellness Area
"Workout room was not available" "No workout facility"
90% didn't like the fitness area.
Bar and Beverages
"Hotel bar would have been nice" "Lack of bar"

Good to know...

Rooms could be larger
Could be quieter
Clean rooms
Expert Reviews
DK Eyewitness
Literally around the corner from the Back Bay Amtrak rail station, Hotel 140 is a stylish budget-priced renovation of America’s first YWCA building.
Rough Guide
A self-proclaimed “boutique hotel”, the amenities won’t blow your mind, but the hotel does have a sense of style, and it’s tough to beat the price for its location.
This modern small hotel is located in the 140 Clarendon Building (on the National Register of Historic Places), which was built in 1929 and served as the home for the country's first YWCA.