Discover Boston From Our Back Bay Hotel


Step out on our doorstep and Boston is yours to be experienced. You can take in iconic historical sights or seek out hidden architectural gems. Or indulge yourself in an exciting day enjoying some of the city’s best year-round shopping and dining. There are also summertime strolls along the river to experience, and the roar of the crowd at America’s oldest ballpark to add your voice to. You’ll find that being in the heart of the Back Bay means there’s so much to do, and it’s all within easy reach.

Take In the Sights of Boston’s Back Bay

The City’s Greatest Starting Point

The Back Bay is home to some of the largest and best-preserved examples of Victorian and Edwardian architecture in the country—all Back Bay brownstones are in the National Register of Historic Places. Copley Square is flanked by 1800's landmarks including Trinity Church and Boston Public Library, and the John Hancock Tower, the tallest skyscraper in New England.

Copley Square - Trinity Church & John Hancock Building
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Boston Fitness Center

Hotel Fitness Center (Open 24/7)

Our fitness center and swimming pool are located on the fifth floor.

Indoor Pool


Indoor Pool

Mon-Sun: 6:00 AM-11:00 PM


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Discover America's Garden

Boston Public Garden

America’s first public botanical garden is just a few blocks from Boston Marriott Copley Place. Since 1837, Bostonians and visitors alike have enjoyed a stroll through the Victorian inspired gardens, then taking a ride on the famous Swan Boats.

Destination – Heart of Boston

Walk Where History Was Made

Boston Common

The birth of the nation began in its first public park. Colonial militia mustered here. The British Redcoats camped here. And since then it's been a gathering place to rally, to protest, to celebrate freedoms, and to enjoy a good walk.

Boston Commons

Find Recreation Along Boston’s River

Charles River Esplanade

This 17-mile stretch of greenspace runs along the Charles River. There are paths the entire length, making it great for jogging, cycling, and walking. And the Hatch Shell, the center of the 4th of July celebration every summer, is here as well.

Destination – Charles River
Things To Do in Boston’s Back Bay
Local Attractions


If you’re a sports fan, Boston Marriott Copley Place puts you in play for all the city has to offer. You’re within walking distance of iconic Fenway Park and numerous college sports. Plus, unique, “only here” events like the Boston Marathon and Head of the Charles are practically at your doorstep. And the TD Bank Garden is an easy T ride away.

City View

Live Music

From large venues that attract the biggest names in music, to smaller, intimate clubs that showcase up and coming acts, the Boston live music scene is one of the best in the nation. Classical, rock, blues, jazz, traditional Irish—there’s something here for every music lover.

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum


Whether you’re interested in museums or the performing arts, you’ll find plenty that interests you. You’re close to Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts and the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum as well as many other world-renowned institutions. Boston’s Theater district is just a few blocks away as well, as are famous concert venues and comedy clubs.

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