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Late night Boston arrival

Late night Boston arrival

  1. Steve from LA

    I have an upcoming trip to Boston. Used some points to book a room at the Hyatt for Friday and Saturday night. Unfortunately, I arrive at Logan at the good awful time of 1 in the morning.

    I asked about an early check in at the Hyatt and even suggested I was willing to pay. The Hyatt I am staying at advertises at DayUse for $99 from 9 am to 4 pm, so I thought they might offer something. No luck. The only option they offered was to book a room for Thursday night and check in a 1 on Friday morning or book through DayUse. I really don’t want to throw $250 or more points their way for a full day and the 9 am start through DayUse is worthless to me.

    Any suggestions on alternative sleeping accommodations from 1 am to at least 9 am on a Friday morning in Boston?

  2. Gaurav

    Hi Steve, did you check with the Hilton attached to the airport?

    Also not sure which Hyatt you are staying at but there is one right next to the airport that might have more flexibility.

  3. Gaurav

    There is also the Our Lady of the Airways chapel which might be a quiet place to hang out/nap at the airport.

  4. Steve from LA

    [QUOTE=”Gaurav, post: 64932, member: 79″]There is also the Our Lady of the Airways chapel which might be a quiet place to hang out/nap at the airport.[/QUOTE]

    Thanks Gaurav,

    The Hilton & Hyatt both are a no go. The front desks were apologetic but could only do a full night. I would try the chapel, but I’m too old for that and don’t want to run the risk of being converted to Catholicism at the price of a nap. Who knows that option may be more appealing a few weeks from now when I find myself at Logan at 1 in the morning with no place to go.

  5. Gaurav

    [QUOTE=”Steve from LA, post: 64936, member: 3327″]Thanks Gaurav,

    The Hilton & Hyatt both are a no go. The front desks were apologetic but could only do a full night. I would try the chapel, but I’m too old for that and don’t want to run the risk of being converted to Catholicism at the price of a nap. Who knows that option may be more appealing a few weeks from now when I find myself at Logan at 1 in the morning with no place to go.[/QUOTE]

    Hah. I think they only have one service during the day so my guess would be that they are pretty deserted at night.

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