Rooms & Suites:
- Rest & Study rooms are located throughout the BA’s historic, Original Building.
- Guests may choose from a single or double room or suite.
- Each room is unique and includes large windows with woodland views, a seating area, a desk, and full bath, half bath, or walk-in shower.
- Some include kitchenettes.
Amenities and Dining:
- Complimentary breakfast is included and is available in the lovely wood-paneled dining room. Reservations are required for lunch and dinner.
- Guests are welcome to make use of community kitchens located throughout the building, equipped with refrigerators and microwaves.
- When seating is available, transportation to services at The Mother Church.
- Several branch churches and Christian Science Reading Rooms are nearby.
- Public transportation and shopping centers are also nearby (search Chestnut Hill Shopping).
Regular Nightly Room Rates:
March 15 – November 14:
Single Occupancy: $140.00 – $215.00
Double Occupancy: $160.00 – $250.00
Please click here to contact us for availability. The nightly rate includes breakfast, Wi-Fi, parking, local phone calls, and as seating is available, transportation to services at The Mother Church (The Residences at 910 have priority seating). We also offer a discount for guests listed in The Christian Science Journal.
Check-in is 3:00 p.m. and check-out is 11:00 a.m.
While no deposit is required we request a credit card to secure the reservation. Full payment is requested at check-out with the Visa, MasterCard, AMEX or Discover Card used to secure your reservation, a personal check, or cash (U.S. funds).
Cancellations must be made by 6:00 p.m. the day before your arrival to avoid a charge of one night’s room.
To make a reservation, please click here to email your request, or call 617-734-5600. If you are new to the BA or it’s been awhile since your last visit, you will be asked to complete a Rest & Study application before your reservation is confirmed. Individuals who wish to stay at the Benevolent Association are expected to be supportive of the BA’s mission, healing atmosphere, and living in accord with the standards of Christian Science during their stay with us.