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Discover the Copley Square Hotel's luxurious accommodations. Whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, you will receive the personalized service you deserve at Copley Square.
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Fall semester is just around the corner! We're conveniently located within minutes of Boston University, Harvard University, Northeastern University and Berklee College of Music. Learn more about universities near us and book your back to school stay at our Copley Square hotel.
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Looking for some #BostonDining ? Look no further! Our #DowntownBostonHotel is home to one of the most popular #BostonRestaurants , XHALE.
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Baseball Season is finally here! Enjoy a short walk to Fenway Park when you stay with us! Go Red Sox!
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Since 1965, the Head of Charles regatta has brought rowing enthusiasts from around the country to participate in a spectacular two-day competition that draws over 9,000 athletes and 300,000 spectators. Come take part in a celebrated New England tradition, one that packs exceptional food, merchandise, rowing expos and other events onto banks of the Charles River. This year's race will take place October 19 and 20.
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Enjoy the best of performing arts and Boston scenery at The Boston Arts Festival, August 31 - September 1, 2013. This celebration of the Boston art scene takes place at Christopher Columbus Waterfront Park, located just two miles from our Copley Square hotel. Take advantage of our Sunny Side Up breakfast package to make your Boston visit a leisurely stay!
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47 Huntington Ave Boston, MA 02116
47 Huntington AvenueUSMassachusettsBoston02116
(617) 536-9000copleysquarehotel.com
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Located in the downtown Boston, the Copley Square Hotel provides direct access to many of the area's most dynamic attractions. Our hotel offers 24 hour valet parking, In-room dining, In-room spa services, MP3 Players, Twice daily housekeeping service, and more.
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Devyn Mullen
4 months ago
This past Monday night, my boyfriend and I had to drive to Boston to attend a doctor's appointment scheduled for Tuesday morning at 8:00. After driving for 4 hours, all we wanted to do was check in to the hotel and go straight to bed. When we arrived we were greeted by many drunk obnoxious people and loud blaring music playing from their "Night Club"- which we were unaware of. We checked in and went up to our room; conveniently located right above their Night Club. All we wanted to do at 12:30 in the morning (on a Monday) was go to bed, but we couldn't sleep because the music was shaking our room and we could hear the music and everyone yelling crystal clear. I wouldn't advise anyone with children to stay at this hotel, or anyone who is trying to have a relaxing stay. It's just impossible. It was the worst hotel experience of my LIFE and I paid over $200 to stay for 6 hours- 3 hours of which I was able to sleep. 4 stars is NOT accurate.
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Tanya Morrisett
a year ago
My husband and I spent our 20th Anniversary here. The rooms are clean and nice. It is in a great location. It is just WAY too expensive for what you get - I think that we spent around $600 for our room. Maybe we were the crazy ones. If you spend $300, it would be fine. The staff was beyond unresponsive. When we mentioned that it was our anniversary upon check-in, we got a blank stare from the person at the front desk. Yikes! At other hotels in the area, when we've stayed on our anniversary, we were treated beautifully. One hotel even sent up champagne. At this hotel, we never had people greet us when we exited the hotel to take walks or when we came back in. You expect, at least, to be greeted with a hello? So, it's clean. The rooms are not huge but they are nice. The location is great. If you have to spend $600, it isn't worth it even if you have money to burn. Look elsewhere. You'll get a much more friendly staff and rooms that are just as nice.
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Kim Denson
a month ago
Awesome boutique hotel in a fabulous location!
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Gene Berrio
2 years ago
ROBBED IN THE LOBBY! My wife & I were in town to celebrate her 40th Birthday. We had dinner reservations & Sox/Yankees tickets. We stay in Boston often, but had never stayed at the Copley Square Hotel. We decided to give it a try mainly because of it's proximity to Fenway. On the first night in the lobby during the "Wine Down" hour we were approached by a gentleman who walked through the front door talking on his cell phone. He sat down next to us & started some small talk. The usual, the weather, where you from, ever stayed here before. He told us he knew a restaurant in our town & was friends w/ the owners. Said he was from here originally, but moved to Vegas to do color commentary for ESPN. He said he was in town for the Sox/Yanks game. We told him we were too. This went on for some time. He shook our hands and introduced himself as "Brian". He said he & his crew stay at Copley Square Hotel whenever they are in town. He said as a matter of fact he often treats the staff to tickets. He asked how long we were in town and if we'd be interested in seeing a game from the press box. At one point he left to "check on available games". When he came back he said everything was all set, he just needed a few bucks for tax & tip and he'd be right back. Well, long story short, he never came back. I knew as soon as he walked away we'd been conned. I assure you he was very good! We immediately reported it to the front desk staff who said they would call security to meet w/ us & alert the other hotels in the area. We waited awhile and when no one came we told them we had to head out or we'd be late for our dinner reservation. The front desk clerk took our cell number and said she would call us w/ any updates. She never called. In fact we never heard any more about it until check out days later when she recognized us and said "did any one tell you they got him on camera and have his full name?" When I perked up she said "well I don't know if you'll get your money back or anything". Like I said this guy was good and the fact that this occurred in a four diamond hotel lobby gave some validity to his story. If the same man approached us on a park bench near the swan boats, it is doubtful we'd have ever opened our wallet. I realize that it is not the hotel's fault that we got robbed. What I am upset about is how it was handled. We felt totally dismissed by the staff. They never contacted us or the authorities. We never met w/ security or a manager. After returning home my wife tried reaching the manager on several occasions on his direct line only to play phone tag w/ him for several days even after leaving designated times she could be reached per his request. He would call back, but not during times that were offered to him. She then sent him a detailed email to which he said to leave some further times she could be reached by phone. After about 3 weeks of this she became increasingly frustrated. When they finally connected by phone he apologized that this happened on hotel property and admitted it could of been handled better by the staff. He also mentioned he wasn't on that weekend. As a consolation he offered us a discount on a future stay $259 to $209 and said we had 24hrs to get back to him on that. We spent more than this per night and know we can get a room at this hotel most nights on our hotel app for much less. He basically wanted to discount us the approximate amount we got robbed. This was upsetting to both of us and really put a damper on our weekend & my wife's birthday. A little empathy from the staff and a simple gesture such as sending a complementary glass of wine up to the room would have gone a long way. We just don't want to see this happen to any one else. It's too bad, it was a cute old hotel. However, given the way the situation was handled by the staff and the way the manager handled it after the fact, we won't be back.
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Emmanuel Dolin
4 months ago
A night in paradise! These people made the night so romantic. Inside of the Xhale Restaurant. There was nobody else in the who restaurant just me and my friend. so we had three waiters, nice, ready, clean and the food was delicious. This place is the best i have ever been, calm, private luxious. I will be going over there soon
Jeff Glassman
10 months ago
this place was great and the prices was good. i have had to stay in other but this place is the best. the foks were nice. great location.
A. Charles Dell'Ario
11 months ago
Masquerading as a 4-star. Forget this place. No amenities unless weak coffee in the a.m and weak wine with popcorn in the p.m. is your idea of an amenity - no minibar, no glasses, not clean (we had to wipe the bathroom door on arrival) and loud to distraction by the disco on the ground floor that thumps away 7 nights a week. This also translates as no place to have a drink after 8 p.m. Don't worry about oversleeping - the construction across the street will have you awake by 0700. I could go on and on and on... If you're over 30 or under 20, don't stay here and if you're in that age range, have second thoughts.
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Linda Nunnallee
a year ago
For a boutique hotel, the bed skirt and spread were not clean, bathroom toilet ran periodically by itself. It looks like it once was wonderful - but needs work getting back up to par.