We're a city with a story. Our location in the Theatre District puts you seconds from world-class Broadway performances at Boston Opera House and Wang Theatre. W Boston is ideally located near brownstone boutiques and the first garden in the country at Boston Public Garden. Cross Boylston Street to explore the nation's oldest city park at Boston Common and stroll past the Granary Burying Ground to Faneuil Hall. Our trendy hotel near Copley Place is also conveniently near The T, offering easy access to Fenway Park, New England Aquarium and other iconic downtown attractions.

On-Site Outlets


Energize your body during your visit to Boston in our modern gym, featuring cutting-edge equipment


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Fuel Your Workout

W Boston provides guests with footwear and apparel during their stay. Conveniently delivered to your room, shoes come with new socks which are yours to keep.

Various workout equipment such as rope, balls and gloves laid on floor.
Local Area & Activity Highlights
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Experience unparalleled shopping on this mile-long street, which is lined with brownstones. Shop at stores ranging from local boutiques to your favorite brand names.

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Enticing Restaurants

Amplify your taste buds with colorful and signature food during your next visit to Boston. Our W Insider suggests the following restaurants that will be sure to leave you speechless: Myers & Chang, Porto, Tiger Mama Citrus & Salt, Toro and Ostra.

Hotel exterior at night.

Theater District

Our hotel is located in the heart of the city's stage performance scene. The area's theaters are home to popular long-standing shows as well as limited-run performances from Broadway tours, local theater companies, and university productions.

Boston Common

Established in 1632, Boston Common is the oldest city park in the country. During the warmer months, check out festivals, food vendors, theater performances and more. In the winter, grab your friends and a pair of ice skates for gliding on the Frog Pond ice rink.

Boston Public Garden

Known as the first botanical garden in the United States, the Boston Public Garden is home to a large variety of carefully tended trees and flowers.

Art Gallery

In partnership with local Boston based artist Stephanie Saunders, the entire Mezzanine floor is an art gallery where you and your guests can enjoy exciting, colorful, and unique contemporary art pieces.

Mezzanine - Reception Setup
More Local Area & Activities
Freedom Trail

Immerse yourself in the history of Boston with a tour of 16 iconic sites along a two-and-a-half mile path through the city. Join a tour led by a costumed expert or grab a map and guide yourself from Boston Common all the way to the Bunker Hill Monument.

Newbury Street

Experience unparalleled shopping on this mile-long street, which is lined with brownstones. Shop at stores ranging from local boutiques to your favorite brand names.

Faneuil Hall Marketplace

During the daytime, stroll through the marketplace, which features brand-name shops and unique souvenirs, and learn about its history at the original Faneuil Hall building. Then, watch the area come alive at night with popular restaurants, bars and clubs.

Fenway Park

If you're a baseball fan, a visit to this legendary park should be at the top of your list of things to do. Revel with the team's fans and join in longtime traditions as they cheer on the eight-time world champion Boston Red Sox.

Prudential Center

The Prudential Center, or "The Pru," is an icon in the Boston skyline. Stop by the Shops at Prudential Center at the base of the building, and check out some of the best views of the city from the observatory deck on the 50th floor.