Fairmont Copley Plaza
Since its opening in 1912, the luxury “Grande Dame of Boston” has charmed guests for over a century. Fairmont Copley Plaza has played host to countless foreign dignitaries, royalty and celebrities and remains a timeless haven in which the cares of the world retreat.
- Beautiful heritage building
- Close to Boston’s attractions
- Elegant air-conditioned rooms
- Hi-tech fitness centre
- Award-winning restaurant and bar
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A luxury downtown Boston hotel, Fairmont Copley Plaza has been a symbol of the city’s rich history and elegance since its gala opening in 1912. Centrally located in Boston’s historic Back Bay, the landmark hotel sits steps away from the Boston Public Library, Beacon Hill, Freedom Trail, shops on Newbury Street, Copley Place Mall, and Hynes Convention Center. The hotel offers 383 lavish guest rooms, including 17 elegant suites. Every room has a modern look while keeping the downtown hotel’s rich history and Back Bay location in mind.
The 3000 square ft. rooftop fitness centre is definitely worth a visit – the open, loft-like space has floor-to-ceiling windows, offering sweeping views of Boston’s Back Bay and features state of the art Techno-Gym equipment. If exercise is not your thing, head to the hotel’s on-site restaurant for a speciality martini or a luxurious dinner in elegant surroundings.
Copley Square, Boston.
Rooms are air-conditioned with cable TV, in-room movies, internet access, hairdryer, ironing equipment, coffee machine and mini-bar.
Restaurant, cocktail lounge, live entertainment, 24-hour rooftop fitness centre and laundry service.
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All prices are per person, based on 2 sharing a twin or double room. Seasonal variations may apply, please call Freedom America for more information and availability.Item Added Enquire Now
- The Freedom Trail
- Harvard University
- Beacon Hill’s cobblestone streets
- New England Aquarium
- USS Constitution and Museum
- Boston Common and Public Garden