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.
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
- Exclusive M Club lounge available for Marriott Bonvoy® Platinum, Titanium, and Ambassador Elite Members
110 Huntington Avenue
Boston, Massachusetts 02116
Boston's Best Shopping
Two of the city's largest shopping and dining destinations are directly connected to the hotel: Copley Place Mall and Prudential Center.
Copley Place is Boston's premier luxury shopping destination, with over 50 iconic brands including Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue Men's, Tiffany & Co., Gucci, Jimmy Choo, Christian Louboutin, Yves Saint Laurent, Salvatore Ferragamo, David Yurman, Louis Vuitton, Dior, Burberry, Versace and more.
Prudential Center (also known as The Pru), is home to 60 stores and restaurants. Major retailers include Barnes & Noble, Eataly Boston, Polo Ralph Lauren, Sephora and Tesla. Prudential Center was ranked among the top 5 shopping centers in the nation by Women's Wear Daily.
Get the most out of your Boston getaway when you book our Shopping Package. This exclusive package deal includes:
- Deluxe overnight accommodations
- $50 USD VISA gift card
- PRUferred shopping card for Prudential Center discounts
- Self-parking for one vehicle
- Late check-out (based on availability)
Boston's Best Shopping
Venture out on a short walk to discover designer boutiques, art galleries and patio cafés set in elegant brick townhouses on beautiful, nearby Newbury Street, or stroll in the other direction to explore Boston's quaint South End neighborhood two blocks away, featuring trendy eateries and truly unique independent shops on Tremont street and beyond.
Stop by Beacon Hill for historic charm and an eclectic mix of antique shops, galleries, jewelry stores and home accessory shops. For a personalized shopping experience, don't miss the flagship Converse store at Lovejoy Wharf. Founded in nearby Malden in 1917, today you can design your own sneakers with in-store customization right here in Boston.
If handcrafted and one-of-a-kind items are what you seek, don't miss SoWa Open Market in Boston's eclectic art and design district. This seasonal celebration of local makers features an arts market, farmers market, beer garden, food trucks, live music and more.
Among America's Most Exciting Food Cities
Boston's culinary scene is continually evolving, and the diversity and quality never fails to impress. There are more than 30 top-rated restaurants in Back Bay alone, including some of the best steakhouses and seafood in the city, and Boston shines a light on diverse cuisine representative of nearly all global cultures. From farm-to-table restaurants, to award-winning celebrity chefs, funky diners, oyster bars, food halls and international cafes, you'll find something to please everyone. Zagat named Boston "one of the most exciting food cities in America," with eight of their favorite restaurants situated in the Back Bay.
Favorite Local Restaurants
For great seafood, be sure to check out Barcelona-inspired seafood bar Saltie Girl, James Beard award-winning chef Barbara Lynch's B&G Oysters in the South End, or Mediterranean fare at Porto. Other local favorites include South End Spanish tapas at Toro, Southern cuisine at celebrity chef Jason Santos' Buttermilk & Bourbon right here in Back Bay, upscale New American at Asta, Parish Café & Bar, French fare with Public Garden views at Bistro Du Midi, sophisticated modern Italian at Sorellina, and refined Mexican fare at Casa Romero, all easily accessible from the Marriott.
Boston Food Halls & Food Tours
Several of Boston's food halls have been in operation since the 1700s, with amazing variety and high quality. In the North End, visit Boston Public Market and Quincy Market, each featuring local artisanal vendors and growers with a mix of fast-casual meals, fresh produce, prepared foods and specialty items. Time Out Market Boston in Fenway features handpicked restaurants, from plant-based meals and fiery barbeque to lobster rolls and fresh donuts. Eataly, located in the Prudential Center (connected to the Marriott), is a one-stop-shop for Italian imports and local delicacies, and also features four unique restaurants including greenhouse-inspired Terra. In the spirit of constant innovation, Hub Hall Boston opens soon in the West End near TD Garden, and will feature 18 restaurant concepts.
Boston Food Tours
If you're looking to explore food on a deeper level, or perhaps get to know a specific neighborhood, why not take a food tour? Boston's walkability makes it the perfect place for brewery tours, chocolate tours, North End pizza tours and Little Italy tours, donut tours and more. Chinatown's Culture & Cuisine tour is among our favorites, offering immersion into local culture and stops at up to six delicious tasting spots.
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.
MUSIC & THE ARTS
Discover the Arts
Our well-located hotel is close to numerous arts destinations including the Museum of Fine Arts, Harvard Square and the Harvard Art Museums including the Fogg, Busch-Reisinger, and Sackler Museums, the Institute of Contemporary Art, and the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.
Theater & Comedy
Boston's thriving theater district is a few blocks away, bringing Broadway to Boston at the Boston Opera House, Boch Center and the historic Charles Playhouse. Many of the world's top comedians got their start in Boston including Jay Leno, Dane Cook, Conan O'Brien, Paula Poundstone, Janeane Garofalo and many more. Laugh the night away and catch local and touring acts at a stand-up or improv club such as Nick's Comedy Stop, ImprovBoston or The Wilbur.
MUSIC & THE ARTS
There truly is something for every type of music lover in Boston. Our hotel is close to Symphony Hall, home to the Boston Symphony Orchestra and Boston Pops. House of Blues, Berklee Performance Center, and the soon-to-open MGM Music Hall at Fenway are steps from the hotel, while smaller venues like Brighton Music Hall, Royale, The Wilbur, Orpheum Theatre, Paradise Rock Club, Scullers Jazz Club, and Roadrunner (opening in 2022 in Allston-Brighton) are a short drive or T ride away. Authentic Irish pubs offer live music several nights a week, including The Black Rose, The Druid in Cambridge, and The Burren in nearby Somerville.
Our city plays host to larger performances at TD Garden, Fenway Park, the Wang Theatre, and Leader Bank Pavilion, all easily accessible from Boston Marriott Copley Place.
FAMILY FRIENDLY ACTIVITIES & TOURS
Fun for the Whole Family
Boston is a very walkable and family-friendly city, with attractions and tours for all ages. Take the kids to experience the New England Aquarium, Franklin Park Zoo, the three-story stained-glass globe at The Mapparium, or the Museum of Science. Boston Public Library offers thoughtful children's programming for kids of all ages. Be sure to plan a visit to Boston Children's Museum, the second oldest and one of the most influential children's museums in the world. Just outside the museum, Martin's Park offers a unique outdoor play space filled with inventive structures.
Explore the great outdoors year-round at America's oldest park, Boston Common, including winter ice skating on the Frog Pond. Adults and children alike love discovering Boston Public Garden, including a visit to the Make Way for Ducklings statue and a ride on the famous Swan Boats. Adventure awaits along The Greenway, a 1.5-mile scenic park curving through the heart of Boston, featuring a carousel, fountains, food trucks and more. For more fresh air, explore the Esplanade, public green space that stretches three miles along Charles River with historical monuments, pathways, perfect picnic spots and the iconic Hatch Shell, home to events of all kinds.
FAMILY FRIENDLY ACTIVITIES & TOURS
Tours for Everyone
The best way to see Boston is to take a tour! There are tours tailored to every interest and level of activity, from kid-friendly walks to expert-led sightseeing on a wide variety of topics. Choose from the Hop On-Hop Off Trolley Tour, a Boston Duck Tour (departing right outside the hotel), Boston Whale Watching Cruises and Boston Harbor Cruises or try a combination of tours to see even more.
Self-guided cultural tours offer an important view into our shared past, including the 1.6 mile walk along Boston's Black Heritage Trail in Beacon Hill, showcasing buildings associated with the Black community that thrived on the north slope of Beacon Hill around the time of the American Civil War. The Irish Heritage Trail connects 20 landmarks of Irish-American significance throughout downtown Boston and Back Bay.
For a child's eye view of Boston history and architecture, sign up for Boston by Little Feet, a tour designed specifically for kids ages 6-12. Boston Public Library offers a fascinating and free Art & Architecture tour, and Harvard University's student-led historical tours are some of the best in the city. Discovery one of America's richest collections of art and architecture on a Back Bay tour with Boston by Foot. If you prefer to pedal, contact Urban AdvenTours to join an all-inclusive Boston bike tour. They offer a variety of distances and locations, and e-bike upgrades are available. For a spookier side of the city, sign up for a ghost tour to learn all about Boston's ancient burial grounds and paranormal history.