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I stayed in a studio unit on first floor of a row house owned by Copley House. Except for having to walk with suitcase from the main office (about a block and a half) to my building, everything was just as I expected. But, manage...More
Hi! I spent two nights at Copley as I had a training in the area. The room was totally cute, quaint, and cozy. Great location. Great price. Cute kitchenette and bathroom. I would highly recommend. Great!
The ideal location, just two blocks from the T and Pru Center. I stayed in a Studio apartment and had a great night. Ample parking out back and Edwin even rode with me to help me find the right alley to access it. Then, he...More
The Copley house is a bunch of single rooms in various old apartment building that were once one room efficiencies. Our room was two blocks away from checkin. It was clean, very Boston brownstonish, and right at the Prudential Center adjacent to Newberry and Boylston....More
A real keeper. Stayed in one of their studio apartments. Two blocks from the Hynes convention center and very convenient to Newbury St. Very clean and well kept property with helpful staff and good restaurants around the corner.
US$118 - US$244 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#40 Family Hotel in Boston
#56 Business Hotel in Boston
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Wander around this quintessential neighborhood in the heart of Boston for high-end shops, restaurants, and the feeling of city bustle. Its most identifiable skyscrapers, the Prudential Center and John Hancock Tower, are highlights of the city skyline. Visit Newbury street to explore unique and trendy boutiques – as well as every other kind of store imaginable – all housed in beautiful brownstone buildings. In nice
weather, restaurant patio seating is packed with Bostonians and tourists alike soaking up the sunshine and enjoying the food. Commonwealth Ave offers a beautiful stroll down residential tree-lined streets. Keep walking towards the Charles River and enjoy a beautiful view by the water. In warmer months, people run and bike on paths running along the esplanade, and sail and kayak on the Charles River. Boylston street, also full of shops, bars, and restaurants, is the finish line of the Boston Marathon. Head towards Copley Square and check out the Boston Public Library, which is particularly beautiful from the Dartmouth street entrance.
The Copley is a cheap, in relative terms, to the nearby high end major chain hotels a couple of blocks away. Apart from what you would expect in any major city, safety was a minimal concern. We rented a car for travel... More
The Copley is a cheap, in relative terms, to the nearby high end major chain hotels a couple of blocks away. Apart from what you would expect in any major city, safety was a minimal concern. We rented a car for travel outside of the metro area but purchased a three-day subway (Tube) pass for inner city exploring. Look for a Go Boston or similar city attractions pass. There's a great hop-on, hop-off city tour bus - recommend this if you have at least 3 days in the city - that will get you to every Boston sightseeing spot worth seeing. Get the one with the most stops. We enjoyed the Charles River tour (not the 'duck' boats), the Museum of Science, the brand new shopping mall (can't recall the name) but ask for or Google the 'Eatalia' - you'll think you're shopping in a genuine Italian supermarket, the walking area/plaza where the Cheers bar is located, the Boston Common, and the U.S.S. Constitution to name a few. The Union House (oldest continuously operating eatery in Boston) is worth a visit - make sure to wander around all three floors - ask to dine at President JFK's favorite booth upstairs. Lots to do in Beantown!