Pros - The hotel was clean enough ( it's new), and walking distance to the North End, Faneuil Hall, and many downtown attractions.
Cons - The rooms are tiny, the hotel offers absolutely no amenities ( we had to purchase morning coffee), and our bed sagged in the middle. We also had noise issues on and off throughout the night. The hotel provides a tablet in the room that controls the television, the climate control, the lighting, and the window shades. We were never quite able to get the lighting just right for sleeping. Also, the bed is pushed directly up against the window, with no space at the foot or the head. So, if the person on the inside has to use the bathroom, they need to climb over the person on the outside. Luckily, my wife slept through. Even though I was exhausted, I wasn't so lucky. The noise and lighting issues kept me awake for some time. The hotel also features an odd blend of themes. The hallway carpets had a sports team, which makes sense considering the hotel is part of the arena. The room also had a sexy/romantic theme. The " do not disturb door hanger had a picture of a woman in a towel saying "Don't come in, there's someone naked in here." The tablet's screensaver had "tap to open button," and an animation of a woman's legs spreading apart. Too bad that they didn't put more thought into making guests comfortable.