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Boston Marriott Copley Place

Boston Marriott Copley Place

Discover the Best of Boston

Explore family-friendly amenities and some of America's most treasured attractions when you stay at Boston Marriott Copley Place. Our premium hotel offers deluxe amenities, a new lobby experience, exclusive M Club lounge, and comfortable rooms for a great night's sleep, all in the heart of Boston's vibrant Back Bay neighborhood. Beyond Back Bay, experience the many unique neighborhoods that make up this historic city, from cozy Italian restaurants in the North End to the entertainment and vibrant nightlife of the Theater District.

Our Neighborhood
The opportunities for excitement and exploration are truly endless in our evolving Back Bay neighborhood. Within a few blocks of the hotel, discover artisan markets, great restaurants, craft beer, food trucks, family attractions, museums, live music, and historic sites. Back Bay, considered the city's most desirable residential neighborhood, is home of one 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, as well as modern marvels like the award-winning John Hancock Tower, the tallest skyscraper in New England. Boston Marriott Copley Place offers the perfect home base for your Boston adventure!

Boston Marriott Copley Place

• Located in the heart of Back Bay
• Perfect home base for your Boston adventure
• Recently renovated lobby & common areas
• All-new M Club opening this summer

Contact Us

110 Huntington Avenue
Boston, Massachusetts 02116
617-236-5800
CopleyMarriott.com

ADVENTURES & ATTRACTIONS

History Comes Alive

There is so much to see and do in Boston, you may want to extend your stay! Many of America's most historic attractions are located here. Walk The Freedom Trail, a unique collection of notable sites that tell the story of the American Revolution and beyond. Boston National Historic Park and the visitor center at Faneuil Hall are both great places to start. Don't miss visiting Boston's North End, including Old North Church, Bunker Hill Monument & Museum (marking the site of the Revolution's first major battle), and the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum.

Outdoor & Sports Enthusiasts
Whether you're a runner or a spectator, don't miss an opportunity to cross the Boston Marathon finish line and pay respects at the Marathon memorials along Boylston Street. Catch a game at Fenway Park or TD Garden while you're in town, or go behind the scenes with a tour of Fenway Park, affectionately known as "America's Most Beloved Ballpark," with a rich history dating back to 1912. Boston Harborwalk offers near-continuous park for 43 linear miles, with museums, beaches, parks, shops and dining along the shoreline. For a change of pace, get out on the water and try kayaking or sailing on the Charles River. Or leave the city behind and board a public ferry to explore some of the 34-island Boston Harbor Islands National and State Park.

Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum