Why we like it
- An iconic Boston landmark with over 100 years of history
- Occupies the city's most prestigious location
- Mingle with locals at OAK Long Bar + Kitchen
- Rooftop gym and health club offers sweeping views of the Boston skyline
- Ideally located near to the Public Library, Beacon Hill and the Freedom Trail
About The Fairmont Copley Plaza
Since its gala opening in 1912, the Fairmont Copley Plaza hotel has been part of Boston's rich heritage. To celebrate its centennial anniversary, the Copley Plaza recently completed an exciting $20 million renovation - meaning that even after over 100 years, this Boston landmark is shining brighter than it ever has before. This luxury downtown hotel is located in Boston's historic Back Bay and is just a short stroll away from iconic landmarks such as the Boston Public Library, Beacon Hill and the Freedom Trail, while Copely Place Mall and the charming boutiques of Newbury Street are also just a stone's throw away.
With 383 sophisticated guest rooms including 17 elegant suites, the Fairmont Copley Plaza is the ultimate base from which to explore the vibrant city of Boston. Each recently renovated guest room is decorated in soothing tones of grey and blue with elegant furnishings, and every room benefits from views of either the city or the peaceful interior courtyard. For an added touch of luxury, we love the Presidential Suites modelled on Back Bay's brownstone houses, while the Signature Suites are a work of art in themselves. Themed around Boston's rich culture and history, each room relates to an authentic Boston experience and is decorated with bespoke artwork specific to the organisation it represents.
The Fairmont Copley Plaza is home to one of the hottest drinking and dining destinations in the city, OAK Long Bar + Kitchen. Here guests can enjoy classic American 'farm to table' food before sampling the hand-crafted cocktails. The hotel also offers complimentary on site fitness facilities in a brand new, 280m² rooftop health club with sweeping views across the city from the floor-to-ceiling windows.