Free hot breakfast, complimentary Wi-Fi, a local shuttle and a convenient location off the interstate near Boston make the non-smoking Best Western the New Englander the savvy traveler's choice. All 99 rooms on five stories feature microwaves, mini-fridges, coffeemakers and free local calls. Grab a fresh cup of joe at the complimentary full American breakfast every day before hitting the exercise room. Free Wi-Fi keeps you in the loop, and you can keep tabs on your work projects in the business center. A cocktail lounge and indoor pool offer a chance to relax and recharge. The hotel also recently opened a new Irish restaurant/bar on site, Waxy O' Connor's, which serves lunch/dinner. Park free on-site, and hop on the complimentary shuttle to the commuter rail station. Located off I-93 near the intersection of I-95, the Best Western is two miles from the Unicorn Golf & Country Club. Drive three miles north to Mishawum station on the Lowell commuter rail and four miles to the Anderson Regional Transportation Center. Cruise 15 minutes to shop until you drop at the Burlington Mall, or tee off at Woburn Country Club. Top attractions in Beantown, including the Freedom Trail, Boston Common, Quincy Market, the Museum of Fine Arts and the Italian restaurants in the North End, are 20 minutes south. Cambridge's Harvard Square and Fenway Park are 25 minutes south, and Logan International Airport is 14 miles away. "A very good breakfast" pleases our guests of the Best Western, where "proximity to the interstate" near Boston offers added convenience.
Dogs up to 80 pounds are allowed. There is a $20 per day pet fee up to $100 for the week. Up to two dogs are allowed per room.
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