I often having meetings at the Logan Hilton as well as the Embassy Suites at Logan Airport. For me, the Hilton Logan wins for location, having better food, and being nicer/upscale . If price is a concern, look at the Embassy Suites at Logan. It's often considerably less expensive and they've got a friendlier staff too! Here's what I like about the Hilton Boston Logan Airport: It's on the airport property and connects to Terminals A & E via elevated walkways. From the lobby, it takes about 10 minutes to get to these terminals. If you're a fast walker, you can get to Terminals B and C in 15-20 minutes from your hotel room. While you don't need to wait for the shuttle, there is also a hotel shuttle that goes to each terminal. The lounge has good food, nice views, and rarely has more than 5-10 people in it. I've never been in the lounge in the morning, but in the afternoon and evening it has never been crowded. In the evening, there are usually two or three hot items, veggies, cookies, petit four-type pastries, etc. It has fast wireless. There are three available wireless speeds. The fastest is fast enough to stream Netflix without any problems, and it's free if you're a Gold or Diamond. Nice views: On the high floors, the arm chairs by the elevators are a great place to watch the sunset as well as planes taking off and landing over the harbor. The gym is very well equipped and laid out. There's a good amount of equipment, and the layout is better than most hotel gyms. I always tell myself I'm going to exercise a few times a week when traveling, and this is a hotel where I'm more likely to do it because it's well laid out. The neutral-to-bad: The Embassy Suites is often considerably less expensive. Especially with the MVP rate (which seems to remain available longer at the ES), the Embassy Suites is often less expensive--sometimes by more than $100. This carries over to food as well, with the Hilton's restaurants and room service being pretty expensive (though fairly in-line with prices at other airport hotels in big cities). None of the food options are available before 5:30am. The coffee shops in the lobby opens earliest (5:30am), with the restaurants and lounge I believe at 6. If you've got flight before 6:30, you're probably going to have to get food at the airport. The earliest Logan flight is usually 5:30. No status recognition by front desk. Every time I've stayed here I've either been a Gold or Diamond member, and the desk folks have never acknowledged it with anything more than "We've got your Hilton Honors information on file." On the plus side, the Executive Floor has always been available with on-line check-in. If you're a gold, this is a big deal since it will get your lounge access. The staff generally strikes me as aloof. With the exception of some of the housekeeping employees, I've often gotten the impression that the hotel's staff is "tolerating" my presence. They seem to say the bare minimum at check-in. The folks at the desk in the lounge don't acknowledge you when you come in (except sometimes they look up). Service is slow and inattentive at the restaurant.