Boston Family Hotel Rooms for 5 or 6
Kid-friendly Boston hotels that sleep 5 or 6 in one family room are listed below. (scroll down)
Boston Hotel Family Rooms for Every Budget
Large hotel rooms, family suites, and a hostel are included, for budgets from affordable to luxury.
The price range of each hotel is indicated by the “$” symbol. Please see the $-symbol key in the sidebar for comparison.
Boston Family Hotel Details
Click on the hotel name for more specific details about each hotel for families. Information includes amenities, contact links, a location map, and tips on how to book. All locations have private bathrooms (ensuite) unless otherwise mentioned.
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Accommodations: The retro styled hotel is near Boston’s Fenway Park. It sleeps a family of 5 in rooms with two double beds. A roll-away or crib is available as needed. These rooms are larger than the others which provide families more area to spread out. It is a good value for a family watching the travel budget.…
Accommodations: Hostel International in Boston has mixed gender (family) dorm style rooms that can accommodate five (5) or six (6) family members. Private bathrooms are en suite in some rooms or accessed from the hallway in others. HI Boston provides linens, pillows and blankets. Do not bring a sleeping bag. When reserving for a family, contact…
Accommodations: The historic Omni Parker House is a special treasure in Boston. The hotel sleeps families of five (5) or six (6) in rooms with two full beds and a sofa bed or two queen beds and a sofa bed. This is a grand old dame-type hotel. The furnishing are old-world traditional throughout. It claims…