Priceline Hotel: 3* Boston (Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) - Chelsea - Revere) Four Points By Sheraton Boston Logan Airport

By casperslc,

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Hello my friends!  I am looking at staying in Boston on October 22 for one night.  I have been looking at your forum and at reveal hotels.  I need a 24 hour airport shuttle or a rate so great that I don't worry about transportation.  (I m thinking the shuttle is safer) 


On Hotwire... it looks like the Hampton Inn BOS Logan Airport, at 149 a night, is the best.


On Priceline, I am not positive.  The express deal of 167 for a 4 star could be great if it is the airport Hilton or Hyatt.  

                                                   The three star for 150 in Logan Chelsea may be ok.

                                                    Some of the pricebreakers may be good too!

I am pretty torn because I will only be at the property for a quick sleep and then be gone.  So, it has to be clean, clean, shuttle, safe area, clean, and a great price! 


I am leaning towards the Hampton Inn... what do you think?


Thanks!  I hope you are having a great day!


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Are you arriving very late/extremely early that you mention a 24 hour shuttle?  I have taken the T from Boston Logan to Downtown which was fairly easy and inexpensive (it's a bus that rides in an underground tunnel vs. an actual train) but the T stops running somewhat early... somewhere around midnight, maybe later on weekends, not sure if the schedule has changed or not with ridership being down.


Some thoughts:
On HOTWIRE i'm also seeing the Doubletree Boston Logan Airport Chelsea, although i have no idea about the hours of their shuttle service (again, keeping in mind your comment above regarding needing a 24 hour shuttle)



On Priceline, I am not positive.

Are you using BiddingHelper.com?

The 4 star for $167 is indicated to be the Hyatt and the 3 star for $150 the Four Points.



Some of the pricebreakers may be good too!

.... we have also added a new tab ('1 of 3 Guarantee') at BiddingHelper which assists with PriceBreaker hotels.


Let us know what you decide or how we can be of further help.

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