Last booked 2 days 22 hours ago
- 4.1 miles to BOS
- 5 - 10 min average shuttle wait
Open 24 hours.
Free shuttle service with luggage assistance. Shuttles are on demand. Safe, secure parking with 5 star customer service. Outdoor Valet.
Shuttle transportation and luggage assistance provided 24 Hours on demand
24/7 - Shuttle runs hourly from 4:00 AM until midnight.
Airport shuttle: 4:00 AM - 12:00 AM (every hour) Cruiseport shuttle: On Request
Open 24 hours.
Buses operate continuously every 5-10 minutes, 24 hours per day.
Open 24 hours a day.
Conveniently located just 2 miles South of the Airport Proper. 24-7 Operation, fully fenced and secured by an on-duty security person. Continuous shuttle service to your airline terminal access. Friendly and efficient luggage assistance. Your car will be available upon your return, free of ice and snow in the winter and cooled in the summer.
Free shuttle, continuous operation 24-7.
24/7 with our Free on-demand shuttle service. We are one of the closest off-site parking lots to Logan International Airport. Due to the Convince and High Demand We now offer Full Automotive Service's while your Vehicle stays with us
Free Transportation is included from our location to/from all airport terminals is provided 24 hours per day on-demand, Complimentary Luggage Assistance.
24 hours a day / 7 days a week
Free shuttle available 24hrs a day, 7 days a week. Little to no wait time, Directly to Your Airline Terminal with Luggage Assistance
The Ramada Boston is currently not accepting reservations through AirportParkingReservations.com.
The shuttle runs 24 hours a day on the top of every hour.
NO SHUTTLE, this is an airport valet service. Driver will pick-up your vehicle from you at your departing terminal, and return it to you at your arriving terminal. You MUST call lot in advance to make arrangements.
Boston-Logan International Airport - Central Parking Garage is not currently accepting reservations on AirportParkingReservations.com
Less than a mile from all terminals. Indoor - Valet parking - Safe and Secure - no ice or snow on your car upon your return. Open 24 hours - best parking value at Logan - Reserve now and get a GUARANTEED PARKING RESERVATION. We can not accommodate vehicles that are over 66 tall.
Example: Open 24 Hours * Shuttles every 3-5 minutes * Luggage Assistance * Free USA Today Newspaper * Frequent Parker Bonus Program * Every 7th day of parking is FREE!
Example: Satisfied Customer:This service was a huge help to us in planning our trip. Thank you!.
Shuttle is available on demand - 24 hours everyday.
Shuttle service direct to the terminal 24 hours per day.
Secure parking in an open-air lot.
You board the shuttle at the front of the hotel for transportation directly to your airline's door. Please arrive 20 minutes prior to the time you want to be at your airport terminal.
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Logan International Airport (BOS) in Boston doesn't have a lot of flair, but it has enough things to keep you occupied during layovers. The information below will give you a quick synopsis of what you can expect at Boston Airport.
Logan Airport can be summed up by the words: convenient and easy. For a big city airport, it certainly has a small town feel to it. The airport has an easily navigable floor plan with helpful signage. While you're here, you'll notice that the surroundings are not very elegant, but the overall atmosphere is fairly relaxing. You'll also have free access to the airport's Wi-Fi throughout the airport.
Logan Airport is also very family friendly because there are play areas for kids and rocking chairs (located throughout the terminals) to help child travelers relax.
Like many other airports, electronic outlets are readily available here. The problem is that they are quite quirky and a good portion of them is not functional at all. Due to this, you will have to hunt down one of the charging stations, which have really high counters resembling Fenway Park's Green Monster. If you're tall then it won't be a problem, however, most travelers will end up having to try their luck with the outlets built into the seating at certain gates.
The quality of service you are likely to receive from the staff at BOS is mediocre at best. The staff isn't rude, but is not very helpful either. The good news is that you don’t need much help because it's easy to figure things out for yourself at BOS.
Boston Airport is also still undergoing some remodeling. You can expect to encounter areas that are not accessible due to construction, and the usual dust and noise associated with men at work. This can hamper the otherwise relaxing nature of BOS. Nonetheless, this facelift is expected to improve the traveler experience at Logan.
There is a USO lounge in Terminal C for military members and veterans. It offers ample seating and a few different options for entertainment. You can kick back in the lounge area and watch TV, or pop in a DVD. They also have an Xbox for those that wish to partake in a little gaming. The kitchen portion of the lounge contains microwaves and a refrigerator for cooking or reheating food. You can also use the lounge’s computer to surf the Internet for fun.
As previously mentioned, kids can be entertained at one of the three “kidports” found in the terminals. Terminal A’s kidport is located next to Gate 16. Terminal B has one at Gate B29. Terminal C’s is in the area of Gate 25. Those found in Terminals A and C were actually created by the well-known toy maker Playtime. Each area features mini airplanes that kids can climb on, and specially designed carpet and walls that make the area appear to be a runway. Parents will also be able to relax carefree in the kidport seating area, which has its own TV.
Since you’re in the port city of Boston, you might as well check out some New England seafood at Legal Sea Food. Legal’s version of clam chowder is absolutely amazing. You can even get a cup to go if you want to take it on the plane. Try pairing up the chowder with something fried (like calamari) to round out the taste. The fresh crab salad is also a great mixture of crisp seafood and fresh veggies. Those in the know often go for the secret menu item: the fried clam sandwich.
Bonfire is a Boston favorite and provides plenty of options for meat eaters. Here, you'll be able to treat yourself to a juicy steak plate with all the fixings. If you don't have the appetite for a full steak, try the Kobe Beef Hotdog for a change. Latino inspired foods, such as Bonfire's own adaptation of tacos, is also great selections from the menu. If this all sounds good to you, head to Terminal B around Gate 36 to find Bonfire.
Travelers who enjoy a good beer while spending time at the airport should visit Harpoon Tap Room. This airport pub has several local brews on tap. It also serves some decent bar food if you end up getting hungry. You'll find this spot in Terminal A near Gate 22.
If you're at the international terminal looking to take advantage of the duty free shop, be prepared to encounter a rather slim selection of goods. You might want to skip it altogether because the small selection doesn't really make it worth the visit.
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