Time Out says
If you seek a taste of city living, you can’t do better than the Charlesmark. The narrow hotel sits on a busy stretch of commercial Boylston Street in the Back Bay and almost feels like a small condo complex. Rooms are small and a tad dated (those are some old TV units), but you’ll be spending most of your time out on the town given your proximity to, well, everything. The hotel sits across the street from the historic Boston Public Library and a block away from the famed shopping and dining of Newbury Street; the Copley MBTA stop is also less than 50 yards away, which means you can easily travel to anywhere in the city without fear of parking or cab fees.