Preparing for surgery is hard enough! Let us help with some of the other details. Click on the below details for recommendations on hotels, transportation, things to do in Boston, and more. Have a question or need help booking your arrangements? Contact us (001-617-566-3223 or firstname.lastname@example.org) for our expert assistance.
Recommended Hotel Accommodations
Our office works with a number of hotels to suit anybody’s taste and budget. Each of these frequently house our patients and are quite familiar with our work. We have an excellent relationship with these hotels and they frequently tell us how much they enjoy having our patients stay with them. Click on the link below to learn about these hotels and their patient medical rates.
Near The Office
Courtyard Marriott— Brookline
40 Webster Street, Coolidge Corner
Brookline, MA 02446
Located a short distance to our Chestnut Hill office and minutes from downtown Boston in bustling neighborhood with everything in walking distance and comes with free Wi-Fi.
Near The Hospital
50 Park Plaza Boston MA 02116
Located in the heart of Boston, near everything! Short distance to hospital, Room service available 24/7, fridge available on request
Residence Inn Marriott
34 Charles River Avenue Boston MA 02129
Beautiful Waterfront Location on Tudor Wharf, Free hot breakfast buffet each morning, rooms include a kitchenette, grocery service & laundry, 10 minute taxi to BMC.
Courtyard Marriott—South Bay
63 R Boston Street South Boston 02127
617-436-8200 used code: VKMX (for BMC)
High-speed Internet access in rooms, shuttle service to airport, BMC, and Boston attractions, located near shopping center (grocery, Target) and BMC, offers a fridge and microwave upon request/availability.
Our Chestnut Hill office features street parking immediately in front of our office as well as a lot located next to our building, found by the Met Bar entrance.
Rent a Limo or Car Service
Want a ride from the airport or to surgery in style? Arrange a limo or car service to ensure you get to your desired location on time. http://www.bostoncar.com/
Arrange Recovery Accommodations
About half of our patients travel to Boston without an escort. Recovery can be a handful but is manageable on your own. However, you don’t have to go it alone. Private duty nurses (PDN) are available for hire to escort you from hospital bed to hotel bed and can even run errands like filling prescriptions, getting ice, or getting popsicles, whatever you need! Contact Katie (email@example.com) to arrange a PDN during your stay.
Things to Do in Boston
We may be biased but we think Boston is a heck of a town. With its rich history, amazing shopping, beautiful land and seascapes, and delicious food Boston offers something for everyone. We’re certain you’ll enjoy your time here and will get a chance to enjoy some of what Boston has to offer (even if convalescing from surgery).
Charles Street, Newbury Street, Copley Plaza, South End
Check out www.opentable.com to find your ideal restaurant and make reservations! You can sort by neighborhood, cuisine, price, or reservation time. Make sure you feast at one of Boston’s delicious restaurants while in town!
About Boston’s Transportation
Boston is a compact city and any hotel within Greater Boston is generally only 5-15 minutes from the hospital depending on traffic. Boston’s subway system, the “T”, is also an effective way to get from one place to another. Check out the link below for a handy T map.
Advanced Facial Aesthestics is located at 1200 Boylston Street in Chestnut Hill – just a short walk from the T’s Green D line, Chestnut Hill stop.
Need to get someplace quick? Call for a cab with Metro Taxi at 617-782-5500.