September 6, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
Fairmont Copley Plaza in Boston, Massachusetts
Imagine the invigorating salt-tinged mist of the bay, swirling through cool east coast mornings, as the sun shines over downtown Boston and Back Bay's fabulous Fairmont Copley Plaza. In the heart of this historic neighborhood, discover a stylish modern hotel that maintains the classic old east charm. Palettes of blue and plum create a relaxed ambiance in each spacious room, with stylish dark wood furniture as a perfect accent. Sunlight streams through large picture windows, presenting a sweeping view of the bay just outside. Complete with an elegant bathroom, deeply plush beds, and all the modern entertainment options, enjoy all Back Bay has to offer with complete comfort and care.
In the morning, venture out to discover the amazing history of the city and stroll down Freedom Trail. Along two and a half miles you'll discover 16 fascinating sites, from Paul Revere's house to the Old North Church, each of which played a key part in colonial history and the start of the Revolutionary War. Continue on for a tour of Bunker Hill and the gorgeous USS Constitution, then take part in Boston's other historic side with a Red Sox game at legendary Fenway Park. Enjoy a leisurely afternoon round of golf at Putterham Meadows Golf Club, or stroll down Newbury Street for some luxury shopping before entering the amazing and historic Quincy Market/Fanueil Hall Marketplace. In the evening take to the bay on a fabulous sunset champagne tour and cruise, or take in a magical performance by the Boston Symphony Orchestra or Boston Pops. After a wonderful day in the city, return to the hotel for a classic American dinner at the brasserie OAK Long Bar + Kitchen, and relax into the beautiful New England night at Fairmont Copley Plaza.
Location of Fairmont Copley Plaza
Nearest Airport: BOS
Amenities for Fairmont Copley Plaza
- General Information
- 383 Guest Rooms and Suites
- Non-Smoking Property
- Pet Friendly
- Connecting/Adjoining Rooms
- Handicap Accessible Rooms
- 24-Hour Room Service
- Bar & Restaurant
- On-Site Amenities
- Laundry Service
- Gift Shop
- Walking Trails
- High-Speed Internet Access
- Valet Parking
- Car Rental
- 24-Hour Fitness Center
- In-Room Amenities
- Turndown Service
- Direct Dial Telephones
- Hair Dryers
- In-Room Safes
- iPod Docks
- Iron/Ironing Boards
- Flat-Screen Televisions
- Luxury Linens
- Coffee & Tea Facilities
- Work Desks
- Meeting Rooms
- Conference Facilities
- Business Services
- Rollaway Beds
- Public Transportation
Reviews for Fairmont Copley Plaza
Would stay here again for its prime location. Central to most neighborhoods. The lobby is regal colonial and the bar/ restaurant is nicely decorated. It's consistently crowded with locals and tourists. Great place to grab a cocktail. The rooms are not stellar that's why I rated them a star down. They are not updated to the quality of the common areas and the bathrooms are small. They are updated with white and grey tiles and marble. But only one person can fit barely inside. The hotel room is not small. Beds are ok. There is a coffee shop and Starbucks nearby if you wanna grab and go.
ewagner26 - Los Angeles, California
Love Fairmont hotels and Boston did not disappoint! One of the best Fairmont properties. Staff make you feel so welcome! The concierge Jason is amazing, goes above and beyond for his guests! Love the canine touch with the labs that greet guests in the lobby. A real class act place! Among luxury hotels, this one is your best choice!
michelle h - Grosse Pointe Woods, Michigan
Being an older hotel, the rooms are rather small, especially the bathrooms. However, the staff makes up for it in every attention to detail. And the "hotel dogs" that greet each and every visitor for a pat are delightful. The Oak bar is a great gathering place with a wide selection of craft beers, wines, and cocktails.
sherryel2017 - Ridgeland, United States
We stayed at this hotel for 5 nights before travelling to Cape Cod. Apart from location,we chose this hotel because we'd stayed at the Fairmont San Francisco a couple of years ago and I left all my jewelry in the room and it was handed in and sent back to me so I have a bit of a soft spot for this group of hotels! Anyway the hotel is in an ideal location for exploring Boston and we walked practically everywhere. We upgraded to the Gold Access package and it was definitely worth it as it included breakfast every day for the three of us, unlimited soft drinks/tea/coffee from morning till night and canapes in the evening. We had a room overlooking Copley Square which was big enough to accommodate the pull down bed for our son but really limited for space to hang clothes up so we practically lived out of our cases for 5 nights. From the moment you walk into this hotel it oozes luxury and charm and the staff are really helpful and attentive. The hotel bar is on the main street and seems to be the place where people go when they finish work. Its a lively and busy place and has a great atmosphere. We particularly enjoyed sitting on the high chairs at the bar and again the staff were great even when they had to deal with some drunk business people late in the evening! Overall we thoroughly enjoyed this hotel and if we went back to Boston we would stay here. We are going to New York early December and as much as I love Fairmont Hotels, sadly our budget wont extend to the Fairmont Plaza!!!
Agnes C - Glasgow, United Kingdom
Fairmont is known for buying up historic hotels and renovating them to their former glory. This is an excellent example. We stayed two nights, in order to attend a wedding dinner/dance in the ballroom and adjacent reception rooms. It's a beautiful, old fashioned ballroom, nicely but quietly decorated, quite unlike the hangar-like spaces with rolling partition walls that most modern hotels offer as "ballrooms." Our room was not large, but was well appointed with comfortable beds, adequate outlets, and well equipped bathroom and walk-in closet. We had a view of the Boston Public Library across the street. Nothing here not to like, except perhaps the clock radio. (It functioned well as a clock, but received only static as a radio.) Breakfast (not included in the room rate) was served in a lovely room on the street level, with large windows. The food was excellent, although the menu was much less extensive than those at most diners. The most pleasant surprise was the quantity of good art works that line the main floor corridors, especially signed graphics by Picasso, Chagall, Matisse, and other late 19th to early 20th century masters. Front desk staff were helpful and pleasant.
HarveyL759 - Bethesda, Maryland