Not for Those Vacationing
Posted 25-Mar-2016 on Hotels
In my opinion, the William F. Bolger Center should not be advertised as a "hotel". This is simply a conference center with (very small) rooms to sleep in. We were shocked at the outside appearance of the entire center as we pulled up. It was not at all what we had expected. The complex looked eerie from the outside, with just plain tan brick buildings. The room was tiny (comparable to the size of a room you might expect to find on a cruise ship). Right off the bat, we were notified that the shuttle was out of service. When we arrived in our room, a note not had been left, stating that this facility was not set up with any individualized temperature control features. The facility chooses either heat or air conditioning, depending on the season.
On a positive note, I can say that everything was relatively clean. This "hotel" would be fine for business travel of you were attending a conference specifically at that center. In fact, whenever interacting with staff, they always ask, "What group are you with?"
This was not an appropriate "hotel" for those "vacationing". The whole vibe was depressing. The description of amenities and services (while possibly true) was misleading.