The Westin Copley Place, Boston
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Just minutes away from Logan Airport, The Westin Copley Place, Boston hotel is ideal for those who wish to start their American adventure as soon as they arrive in the area. Hop on a train or bus and enjoy some of the city’s best dining, shopping and entertainment venues. Absorb the culture at The Museum of Fine Arts, have a fun night out on North End or see the sights aboard a Boston Duck Tour.
All of the standard guest rooms at The Westin Copley Place, Boston hotel are designed to make you feel comfortable during your stay. Each room features luxury bedding, a private bathroom, a work area and high-speed internet access (chargeable).
The hotel has an impressive five restaurants and three lounges to sit back and relax in after a busy day in the city. Guests can also make full use of the on-site spa, the fitness centre, the Starbucks coffee house and a variety of retail stores.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- 24 hour front desk
- Lift to all Floors
- Concierge Desk
- Internet Access
- Parking at Hotel Cost: $53.00 Per Night
- Treatment Rooms
- Gym Free: No
- Name: Boston Logan International Airport
- Distance: 7 kilometres
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Nearest Airport Name: Boston Logan International Airport Distance: 7 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 3818 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Always a great choice in Boston
Stay Date: 07/2017, roxieontheroad wrote this review.
Copley Place is one of the nicest spots to stay in Boston. It's not only close to a variety of attractions but it's a large cluster of hotels and two malls. That provides a great alternative for walks even if the weather outdoors isn't cooperating. T… See more
Copley Place is one of the nicest spots to stay in Boston. It's not only close to a variety of attractions but it's a large cluster of hotels and two malls. That provides a great alternative for walks even if the weather outdoors isn't cooperating. The hotel's been making some little improvements. They offer outdoor yoga one morning and guided runs another. The mobile app now makes check-in easier. While it's a convention hotel so subject to heavy occupancy, it's comfortable and modern. Collapse
Stay Date: 07/2017, Elfriede M wrote this review.
Stayed here for one night because had an early flight. Certainly adequate but nothing special. A bit pricey for what you get. Paid to be able to go to Westin Club and was not worth it. Food was alright but cut up wraps and a few cold cuts with ba… See more
Stayed here for one night because had an early flight. Certainly adequate but nothing special. A bit pricey for what you get. Paid to be able to go to Westin Club and was not worth it. Food was alright but cut up wraps and a few cold cuts with baba ganash and fruit does not excite me. Not a piece of cheese to be found. An describing to different types of white bread as artisans bread is a bit on the nose. Hopefully the breakfast selection will be better this morning. The staff at check in need to learn to speak up. Collapse
Everything a hotel should be
Stay Date: 07/2017, ktleyed wrote this review.
We recently stayed at the Westin, and I was happy that I was able to convert my Marriott points into Starwood Points and got a free room last night. The location is great in Back Bay, walking distance to the shops and restaurants on Boylston St. and… See more
We recently stayed at the Westin, and I was happy that I was able to convert my Marriott points into Starwood Points and got a free room last night. The location is great in Back Bay, walking distance to the shops and restaurants on Boylston St. and Fenway Park (where we were headed). My only gripe was the set up the hotel is awkward for you have to enter at the street where it's hectic with cars and taxis dropping off and then you have to take the escalator or elevator upstairs to the lobby for check-in. But everyone who worked there were very polite and helpful, so that more than made up for the lay-out. Although I do have a recommendation to the hotel - provide shower caps in the bathrooms! Overall a great stay, room was spotless, comfortable with a great view of the city from our windows. Collapse
Big hotel, well located but some drawbacks
Stay Date: 07/2017, LanSluderBelize wrote this review.
In the context of Boston, which is known for its high hotel prices and modest hotel quality (though there are exceptions), I would say this Westin Copley Place is about what you'd expect. I can understand the challenges of operating a large (800+ roo… See more
In the context of Boston, which is known for its high hotel prices and modest hotel quality (though there are exceptions), I would say this Westin Copley Place is about what you'd expect. I can understand the challenges of operating a large (800+ rooms) high-rise hotel in downtown Boston. In some ways, the hotel meets the challenges, and in our experience in other ways it does not. While we're Gold members, we don't stay at Starwood properties much, as we prefer a competing chain where we're Diamond and where we've had better experiences in Boston and Cambridge over the past 16 years. First, the pluses of this hotel: * Well located property, in the heart of downtown near the Boston Public LIbrary, the Copley Complex, Prudential Center, restaurants, shops, etc. * Attractive, well-maintained rooms. * Easy to get a taxi, Lyft or Uber. * Handy, highly efficient Starbucks in lobby for coffee and a quick breakfast at moderate prices. * Our room, on the 35th floor, had great river views, and we could see the courtyard of the Boston Public Library where we were attending a family wedding and could even see Fenway Park. * Checkout was easy. * Most staff were friendly (some parking valets were an exception) and tried to be helpful. And the negatives: * We had continuing problems with housekeeping -- on returning at midnight after a wedding rehearsal dinner we hosted, and having been out of the room since the early afternoon, we found the room was not made up or touched at all by housekeeping staff. I had to call the front desk to get towels and when they were brought to us they were missing washcloths; the next day we had to go out of our way to ask the staff to PLEASE make up our room. The front desk did apologize and offered us 1,000 points to make up for the mistake, but I said forget it. * The hotel was curiously outdated in some ways -- for example, our room had few electrical outlets and those it had were either already in use or were hidden behind heavy furniture (the hotel must have been built before modern electrical codes), no USB ports, and unlike other hotels hadn't added extra outlets in lamps or desks. * The bathroom had no grab bars even in the shower. * The business center looked modern, but when I logged on to the Macs they were so old they couldn't be upgraded to new versions of the Chrome browser. * Check-in can get jammed up at busy times -- ours went fairly quickly but we heard others really complain. * We know parking is expensive in Boston, and this Westin offers only valet parking with no access to your car except by getting a valet to bring it out -- after paying $40 a day plus valet tips for three days for parking we expected at least a polite valet but didn't get one. * Strangely, this so-called luxury hotel doesn't seem to have a swimming pool. It used to have a tiny pool, but my daughter, who likes to swim, was told there was now no pool, and none is listed on the hotel website, though there is a spa. * Although we got a decent rate due to getting a block of rooms for the wedding (for Boston, which was recently ranked the sixth most-expensive hotel market in the WORLD) by the time you pay the room rate plus taxes and parking the cost was nearly $400 a night -- not worth it for what is essentially a three-star property. Collapse
Stay Date: 05/2017, heidibenn wrote this review.
We loved this hotel!!! It was in a perfect location, making it easy to get wherever we wanted to go! The room was huge, bed was super comfortable, and had nice amenities. The only negative was not having more time to spend in the room to be able to… See more
We loved this hotel!!! It was in a perfect location, making it easy to get wherever we wanted to go! The room was huge, bed was super comfortable, and had nice amenities. The only negative was not having more time to spend in the room to be able to enjoy it more! Also, the staff was very nice! Collapse
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