Friendly, attentive staff. Free daily wine reception in lobby.
Rooms are small, but very well appointed. Not much room in bathroom to spread out your "stuff". Nice, large shower.
Could hear the shower and bathroom fan from the next unit. Windows are a bit drafty, and since the bed is close to the window you could feel the breeze. But the hotel is over 100 years old, got to expect that.
Carpet in the lobby is a bit overwhelming.
Traveller from halifax, ns
Boston's fashionable and historic Back Bay is the setting for this fully renovated boutique hotel on Copley Square. Newbury …More
Fab hotel, v expensive but very good and all the frills of a 5 star. charming staff, free gym, apples and water everywhere , bath robe even a rubber duck. Our room was a bit dirty, nothing awful just a few hairs and toenails not what you expect for £200 a night.
Ideal situated for underground, trolley tours, cabs and a very good local grocery store.
Traveller from Cardiff UK
This 285-room Boston hotel is next to Copley Place shopping, 1 block from the Hynes Convention Center, 4 blocks from the …More
Everything was wonderful. We decided to treat ourselves to a Thanksgiving Eve night away since we were having Thanksgiving dinner at the Oak Bar. We loved the ability to text anything that we needed. The only complaint we had was with the coffee station. All four coffee pods were decaf, no regular, and when I turned over one of the coffee cups, it was dirty.
We would absolutely come back. The Fairmont Copley is a historic gem of elegance and class.
Located in Boston's historic Back Bay, Fairmont Copley Plaza lies in the heart of the city's entertainment and shopping …More
The staffs were very nice, which is what I liked the most about this hotel. There is also a nice lounge on the 7th floor where you can drink coffee whenever you like, which was awesome.
I thought that they lacked in amenities, but if you go to the front desk they have practically everything :)
Traveller from Ohio
This smoke-free hotel is within 3 blocks of Boston Common, and upscale shopping at Copley Place Mall and Newbury Street. …More
Boston’s elite hold court in Back Bay’s shops, restaurants, and townhouses. Newbury Street hosts upscale boutiques and cafes, while locals flock to the Prudential Center for shopping and dining. The Central Library in Copley Square nods to the city’s imposing literary tradition and serves as the landmark starting point for the Boston Marathon. The Red Sox and historic Fenway Park are blocks away.