Quarters on Broadway

Thatch’s Quarters on Broadway™ is a budget-friendly hotel option located on bustling West Broadway Street in South Boston. This hostel-hotel hybrid is perfect for travelers on a budget who want their own private room but are comfortable sharing bathrooms and common areas with other guests. It is truly the most-affordable accommodations in Boston. Located near great restaurants, bars, public transportation, and the BCEC, it's an excellent choice for those seeking a cost-effective stay in the city.

Thatch’s Quarters on Broadway™ is our most budget-friendly hotel option in the city, offering basic amenities in a central location. A stay includes a private queen bedroom with linens, towels for 2 and access to shared bathrooms. Located in the heart of South Boston, you will be steps from Southie’s best restaurants and bars, the “T” and a short walk to the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center (BCEC). Quarters™ is ideal for up to 2 travelers who are comfortable with sharing bathrooms and common spaces with other guests. We recently added a bunk suite suitable for up to 4 people (room #406), for larger groups looking for an event better value stay. The experience is similar to a hostel experience except you have a private bedroom and there are no services or on-site staff. If you are traveling on a tight budget or just need a place to drop bags and lay your head while in Boston, Quarters on Broadway™ is a great option.

  • On-site laundry
  • Keyless Entry
  • Shared individual bathrooms
  • Shared common kitchen
  • Central location

The building that houses Quarters on Broadway™ is most famous for being a former hang-out of the infamous Whitey Bulger. Fortunately, those days are behind us, but Whitey hung out in what is now the Fox & Knife restaurant on the ground floor. Upstairs, there isn’t much history to speak of, but this building is where the Thatch Quarters concept was born. In collaboration with a local developer, Thatch re-designed the upper floors specifically for the Quarters concept, which has been a great success in Boston since it opened in 2015.