Located in Boston’s historic Back Bay, The Fairmont Copley Plaza sits steps away from the Boston Public Library, historic Beacon Hill, and the Freedom Trail. This historic landmark is located only a few blocks from the Hynes Convention Center, Copley Place Mall and the boutiques of Newbury Street. Traditional guest rooms are elegantly decorated and inspired by the classic townhouses in Boston’s Back Bay, featuring rich fabrics, custom made furnishings and full marble bathrooms. All guest accommodations have been designed to reflect the grace of a glorious past, updated with contemporary conveniences. As a homage to Boston’s local heritage, The Fairmont Copley Plaza have developed eight signature suites that celebrate the history and culture of Boston. These themed suites feature unique artwork specially designed for each suite. It is a spectacle to witness!
Some of the finest Boston dining happens inside the doors of this hotel. Dining in Boston at The Fairmont Copley Plaza is as elegant and steeped in tradition as the distinguished hotel itself. The Oak Room, named ‘Best Steakhouse’ by Boston Magazine, has been described as ‘a brilliant gemstone in a magnificently restored antique setting.’ The Boston restaurant serves award-winning cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner in elegant surroundings. The adjacent Oak Bar offers a wide selection of specialty martinis, the full Oak Room menu and one of Boston’s best raw bars. The Oak Room serves an Express Lunch for anyone on the go. Enjoy a Boston fine dining experience unlike any other at The Fairmont Copley Plaza.
Address138 Saint James Ave Boston Massachusetts United States 2116
Boston offers a variety of activities, sites and attractions that will make your stay unforgettable. Even though it’s one of the biggest cities on the East Coast it has a small town feel. Sophisticated and cosmopolitan, a visible and energetic gay population have made Boston their home. It is full of American History and contains many colleges and universities. Areas of interest are the downtown historical district, the South End, which in recent years has become Boston’s “gay” section; and Cambridge – across the Charles River and home to Harvard University.
OUT & ABOUT
Out and About Gay Travel Guides are available at each and every World Rainbow Hotel. They are prepared by the concierge and staff at the hotel and aim to provide you with up to date information about the local gay and lesbian scene.DOWNLOAD THE OUT & ABOUT PDF