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 3727 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Great Location, Very Nice Rooms, Modest Lobby/Entrance
Stay Date: 05/2017, LucBjorn wrote this review.
Pros: Excellent rooms that are a good size with modern decor. Good exercise facility, Great location Cons: Smallish lobby, underwhelming bar and restaurant This is a very good Westin, with modern, spacious and clean rooms, and a good exercise facil… See more
Pros: Excellent rooms that are a good size with modern decor. Good exercise facility, Great location Cons: Smallish lobby, underwhelming bar and restaurant This is a very good Westin, with modern, spacious and clean rooms, and a good exercise facility (lots of cardio machines, some free weights). The location is great, in Back Bay which is a lively area of Boston with lots of shopping and restaurants. The hotel is attached to Copley Plaza, and walking distance to plenty of attractions including Fenway Park and Boston Common. The only downside is the main floor. Both the lobby and restaurant are modest in size; which makes the hotel feel a little less grand. Still. It's a very good Westin, and I would return Collapse
Relaxing, appealing and great quality!
Stay Date: 05/2017, Tiffany C wrote this review.
I stated in Boston for a weekend at the Westin. The rooms were spacious, clean and comfortable! The view from my room was great! The hotel offered a bar, restaurant, and spa! All worth it. The location is ideal and close to everything. Worth every pe… See more
I stated in Boston for a weekend at the Westin. The rooms were spacious, clean and comfortable! The view from my room was great! The hotel offered a bar, restaurant, and spa! All worth it. The location is ideal and close to everything. Worth every penny! Collapse
One Day Itinerary for in Boston with Great Food and a Simple, Relaxed Itinerary. With wine.
Stay Date: 05/2017, Ellen B wrote this review.
I had a chance for a quick one day and one night in Boston recently and it was just about perfect, so I thought I would share some highlights for folks who are looking for a great one-day, full (but relaxed) trip. I booked a room at the Westin at Cop… See more
I had a chance for a quick one day and one night in Boston recently and it was just about perfect, so I thought I would share some highlights for folks who are looking for a great one-day, full (but relaxed) trip. I booked a room at the Westin at Copley Square which I love because it's right in the middle of things. The rooms are always really clean and they have great sheets. Plus their concierges are always recommending great spots to eat and fun things to do. Great people watching, too - while I was there I saw about 100 graduates in their robes still holding their diplomas. So exciting! First stop: a visit to Toast. It's just a couple of blocks aways and it's such a cool little breakfast spot with gorgeous sticky buns, pastries and yummy egg sandwiches (with a dash of mustard and melted cheese on a big fat bun). Divine. You'll need lots of napkins. Don't get stressed out about having to wait a minute. It's worth it. They have some seating but not a lot. Still, the vibe there is cool. If you're traveling alone you can just mix right in and enjoy the hubbub of things. Next up: a walk back to the hotel to change into jeans and a sweater. The weather in Boston can be a little tricky. I recommend packing clothes for different types of weather -- you'll then it's going to be hot, but it's actually chilly or sunny but it's actually going to rain. Just be like the boy scouts and be prepared. Back on track: I like to walk to the Boston Museum of Fine Arts from the Westin. It's about one mile and it's a great walk. Just head up Huntington Avenue. Right now there's a Matisse in the Studio exhibit which was fabulous and an exhibit with the hand drawn art from the artist who created the book "Make Way for Ducklings." Both were wonderful. You can stop for a cup of tea in the Museum if you're tired from walking. Afterwards, head back home and enjoy the scenery. Have a fizzy drink and some nuts at Au Bon Pain along the way back if you want just the lightest lunch. Next up: a nap. Boston is a great town at night, so I recommend a rest. The Westin has wonderful black out shades which are perfect for those who are coming in from different time zones or folks like me who had to get up early to catch a plane. Dinner before the ballet. I took an Uber to an early dinner at Artisan at the Ritz-Carlton. It's a lively restaurant and the wait staff is nice. Try the flat bread margarita - it's delicious. Mainly I chose it because it's literally right around the corner from the Opera House. That means you're not stressed out about getting to your show on time and you could have another 1/2 glass of wine if you want to. I was traveling with my daughter and there are definitely things on the menu for kids/teens. Plus, they're flexible - if you don't want sausage crumbles on the mac and cheese they'll just leave them off. It's the Ritz after all. At the Opera House. I was lucky enough to be invited to the Boston Ballet's performance of The Sleeping Beauty. If you're in town and it's still showing - go. It was fabulous! Beautiful dancing, incredible costumes and gorgeous sets. Long though - but perfect for folks who really love ballet. I took Uber home and I always like to treat myself to one of their black cars at night. The drivers are so professional and there's something about being in a nice, clean, safe car at night. Great 24 hours in a great city. Collapse
Nice view and location, but DIRTY!
Stay Date: 04/2017, AndieStil wrote this review.
Stayed here for a conference and you can definitely tell that this is a conference hotel where they churn guests/rooms very quickly. This hotel is NOT up to Westin standards. The room was dirty and it just felt a little gross. No attention to detail … See more
Stayed here for a conference and you can definitely tell that this is a conference hotel where they churn guests/rooms very quickly. This hotel is NOT up to Westin standards. The room was dirty and it just felt a little gross. No attention to detail and did not feel like a luxury hotel brand. See photos, found hair in multiple locations and layers of dust. I've stayed at Westin properties all over the world and at other luxury hotel brands and this is not a high-end hotel, it's a basic convention accommodation. Only positives were the gorgeous view and it was in a great location for some sightseeing. Mostly friendly staff, with a few issues around a shipment, but they eventually helped me after I spoke with several different people. The bed was also pretty comfortable. If I had a choice, I would not stay here again. Collapse
Stay Date: 09/2016, dcarr772017 wrote this review.
I stayed at the Copley a few months back while medical treatments and the experience I had was incredibly memorable. I stayed for three months. I was welcomed by Dean Henry, the Desk Supervisor and he assured me that anything I needed I would receive… See more
I stayed at the Copley a few months back while medical treatments and the experience I had was incredibly memorable. I stayed for three months. I was welcomed by Dean Henry, the Desk Supervisor and he assured me that anything I needed I would received. Additionally, I met with the Director of Guest Services, Sarim Son, who also made sure I had whatever I needed. Because I was there for medical treatment, I was not in the happiest state of mind, but your hotel made the best of a bad situation. One particular employee I wanted to point out was Freddie Martinez who works with room service. Not only did Freddie bring me my food quickly, but he also sat with me while I ate. I was feeling a bit down that day and Freddie could tell so he sat with me while I ate and we talked. Freddie really made this experience memorable and I will never forget his kindness. Collapse
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