Courtyard by Marriott Foxborough

AAA Inspector Rating
72 Guest Ratings
35 Foxborough Blvd
Foxboro, MA 02035- Map It
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AAA Inspector Notes
Some rooms have balconies overlooking the central courtyard. Guest rooms are comfortable and well designed with a modern gray color scheme. The lobby features an interactive Go Board with local information, a 24-hour market with sundries and a café-style restaurant. Smoke free premises. 149 units. 3 stories, interior corridors. Accessibility (Call).

Amenities & Services

Swimming Pool
Pets Allowed
Fitness Center
ECO Friendly
Electric Charging
Business Center
I-95 exit 7A, 0.5 mi s; I-495 exit 12, 1.3 mi n, just off SR 140. Located in Foxborough Business Center. 35 Foxborough Blvd 02035.
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Eco Certification
Energy Star is a government-backed program helping businesses protect the environment through superior energy efficiency.
heated indoor.
Dining & Entertainment
restaurant, full bar.
Business Services
Available on premises
Room Amenities
refrigerators, microwaves, coffeemakers, pay movies, wireless Internet.
Sports & Recreation
hot tub, exercise room.
Guest Services
valet and coin laundry, boarding pass kiosk.

Guest Ratings

Based on Ratings from 72 guests
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young couple
Pros: Everyone was friendly. Even other guests. Everything was so easy as well.
Cons: Tub faucet dripped, dirty water came out of the faucet first, just a little but still. There was a stain on the sofa in our room. The TV was in an awkward position. Yes aware they are petty concerns but for the money felt and wished the accommodations could have been better.
family with young children
Pros: So clean and updated. Bed was super comfy.
Cons: Not a thing
young couple
Cons: Good basic stay
young couple
Pros: The staff was friendly and helpful
Cons: The room smelled like dirty socks upon arrival. Blankets on bed werebasically no heavier than 2 sheets! And we stayed in December. Blowdryer was falling apart and on/off switch was loose and you had tohold down for it to stay on, and if you set it down and knocked it, itwould turn on. This was dangerous! Air conditioner in room (because myboyfriend has to test everything) sounded like a helicopter was landingin our room. I can't imagine staying in the summer and having to tryand sleep with that racquet!
review category group of friends
Pros: • Once we were finally let in, the room was clean and spacious. Plentyof outlets. Big tv. Comfy sheets. And convenient side door exit (fromthe building) • Price was less than desired. But extremely competitivefor the Gameday environment. Dollar for dollar...this was the best dealin town. And helped me find it • Check-in was a nightmare(see below)! But your "1-800 helpline" answered in seconds andresolved the problem in minutes. After failing to resolve with Marriott,this was a huge (and unnecessary) relief. Thumbs up
Cons: Where to begin...I booked online through, and had confirmation credentials in hand. I hosted two other friends, and arrived at ~ 2:30am (following the Patriots/Seahawks game on November 13th). I booked and paid (nearly $400/night), and used "my" name on primary record.I was denied access and embarrassed in front of my friends. I was embarrassed in front of the lobby. I embarrassed myself for escalating. But I had to. We booked the room to avoid driving drunk (though we weren't) after tailgating and watching the game. Go figures...I escalated (politely). But, after repeated efforts to discuss/resolve with the manager, I was met by rude hostility. Like I was lying. Like I didn't pay for my room! Like I was victim to an online scam. And he didn't even feel bad for me. He acted like I was last-second-lying in order to steal a booked room...When I asked him to call (since -- as he conceded -- Marriott and Booking do work together)...he shoved the phone in my face and barked "YOU CALL THEM". I immediately declined and reiterated. He immediately responded the same. This went back and forth until I grew too tired/embarrassed to fight back.So I asked him to find us a room...any room. He said the hotel was full. I said, "I'm from CT, what do you expect me to do?" He said, "I don't know...", but proceeded to make a few calls.From there, I called A woman picked up, confirmed my credentials, and agreed to call the Front Desk. The phone rang, and 2 minutes later, the whole situation resolved.Turns out...the room was booked with my guest's name. Like, what?! How did you know he was coming? And why was the manager so unwilling/incompetent to cross-reference my VISA as suggested?This whole situation was nonsense. I looked like a fool to my friends. I looked like an ass in the lobby. I was ultimately right. And my otherwise great night was ruined.
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