Illegal Aliens Enjoy Free Hotel Stays and Luxury Meals in Boston, Funded by Taxpayers

The Democrat-led city of Boston, Massachusetts has been rolling out the red carpet for foreign nationals who entered the country illegally.

New documents show the rising public cost of sheltering migrants in Massachusetts.

As the state grapples with a strain on its emergency shelter system, taxpayers have been paying for illegal border crossers to stay in hotels and dine on luxury meals.

The state has 17 contracts totaling $116 million to house the mostly military-aged male migrants through June.

This includes a no-bid $10 million contract for a company providing meals, CBS News Boston reported, citing documents obtained by the outlet.

In some cases, the state is paying hotels $64 per person each day for meals.

Those meals include $16 for breakfast, $17 for lunch, and $31 for dinner.

Last August, Massachusetts Governor Maura T. Healey declared a state of emergency.

Healey said the state had more than 20,000 migrants in its shelter system.

In July last year, Healey resorted to calling on residents to house illegal aliens in their homes.

Capacity overruns have led the state to use hotels for emergency shelters.

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However, earlier this month, the state opened a new taxpayer-funded facility with 400 beds in Boston’s Melnea Cass Recreational Center.

It followed reports that migrants were sleeping at Logan Airport, underscoring the strain on the state’s resources caused by Democrat President Joe Biden’s border crisis.

Similar to New York, Massachusetts has a longstanding Right to Shelter law.

This law mandates that the state must provide emergency shelter to families in desperate need, citizens or not.

The law requires emergency shelters to include basic cooking facilities.

If the shelter doesn’t provide facilities, as in the case of some hotels, the state has to step in and contract for food to be delivered to the non-contributing illegals.

CBS affiliate WBZ found that one catering vendor, Spinelli Ravioli Manufacturing Company in East Boston, was awarded a $10 million six-month no-bid contract to provide and deliver meals.

“As an approved state vendor, Spinelli’s was contacted at the onset of the crisis,” the company told WBZ.

“We are not the exclusive meal vendor and do not have a guaranteed contract, or financial agreement, beyond this initial emergency period,” the statement added.

“We are currently in the bid process for an enduring contract and are looking forward to continuing to aid the State and the Executive Office of Housing and Livable Communities to reach their goals.”


The situation has become so dire that some families are even opening their homes to illegal aliens.

Meanwhile, Massachusetts’ newest emergency shelter at the Cass Recreational Center in Roxbury reached its capacity of 400 people in just a week.

The establishment of the shelter displaced, among other groups, the Boston United Track and Cross Country Club, which caters to children from some of Boston’s poorest neighborhoods.

City officials are keeping their eyes peeled for the next building they can seize and transform into a shelter for migrants.

Some are eyeing an office in Boston’s Seaport, but others say the facility is inadequate.

Boston City Councilor Ed Flynn said: “Having a site with no running water, no showers, to me, would be a non-starter.”

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