Full kitchens, free parking and Wi-Fi make the newly renovated Extended Stay America - Boston - Waltham - 52 4th Ave a practical choice for long-stay guests. This low-rise hotel, which completed a renovation in 2014, has 140 studio suites for long-term guests. You can discover your inner chef in a full kitchen with stovetop, microwave, refrigerator, cookware and tableware. Spread out important papers on a convenient work desk. You can surf the web or update your Facebook status with available Wi-Fi. Busy professionals can use photocopy and fax services for a fee. Freshen up your attire in the guest laundry. See the surrounding area with an available shuttle. Pets are allowed for an additional fee. Parking is free. The hotel is less than a half-mile from I-95 and a 28-minute drive from downtown Boston. While in Boston, you can walk the famous Freedom Trail, seeing everything from Boston Common to Bunker Hill. Check out the impressive art collection at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. History buffs tour Lyman Estate, two miles away, and Gore Place, four miles away. The hotel is 20 miles from Logan International Airport. "Spacious," say our guests, who appreciate that Extended Stay America - Boston - Waltham - 52 4th Ave is "close to the highway" with handy kitchenettes in all rooms.
One dog is allowed per suite. There is a $25 per night additional pet fee up to $150 for an entire stay.
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