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We stayed for one night in November. It cost us a bit over $250 for the room, which in hindsight was overpriced. The place does have a trendy, hip vibe, but that's where it ends. This hotel is no dump, but we also found it...More
Response from BethO722, General Manager at Aloft LexingtonResponded yesterday
Thank you for taking the time to write about our hotel and I am very sorry that the stay was a disappointment for you. We strive to make each guest's experience a great one and hopefully next time to you visit the area you can...More
Wonderful hotel with a great front desk. Evan and Mike helped me with an issue I had with an external booker and I couldn't have been happier with the way they handled it. The hotel itself was very clean, modern, and the gym was excellent.
the desk people were very nice made check in very easy and where also able to give directions to a nearby drug store, which was only about 10 mins away with a Starbucks right next door.
the room was very nice and clean. they made...More
Stayed at Aloft for 2 nights when visiting Boston/Salem. Hotel was very clean, staff very friendly, and most of all very quiet. We stayed on the first floor towards the end and felt like we were the only ones in the hotel which was great....More
I make frequent trips to Burlington MA and have stayed at the Aloft in Lexington many times. The staff is the primary reason for my repeat business. Billy the van driver is a great conversationalist and gets me to my appointments with time to spare...More
Well, they are hotels not resorts. Aloft is more a cutsied-up dorm room feel. You might like to look into Element as having more features and refinements. If you are hoping for the getaway type of experience, perhaps a B&B... More
Well, they are hotels not resorts. Aloft is more a cutsied-up dorm room feel. You might like to look into Element as having more features and refinements. If you are hoping for the getaway type of experience, perhaps a B&B might be more of what you are seeking?