Located in Boston's Back Bay neighborhood, this luxury historic hotel is across the street from Copley Square. The hotel was built in 1912 and features majestic architecture and elegant décor.A flat-screen TV and a minibar are included in all rooms at the Fairmont Copley Plaza.The OAK Long Bar + Kitchen, the hotel's on-site restaurant, serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner in an elegant environment. The restaurant also offers specialty martinis.A gift shop is located at the Copley Plaza Fairmont. There is also a modern fitness center and a tour desk. Room service and a concierge service are available as well.The hotel is adjacent to historic landmarks like the Boston Public Library and Trinity Church, as is only steps from public transportation, Hynes Convention Center, and prestigious shopping spots such as Newbury Street and Copley Place mall.
Just steps away from historic attractions and numerous activities, this distinguished 1912 hotel echos the rich culture and traditions of this city. They have a Canine Ambassador in residence named Catie Copley who may be present to greet guests or also go for a walk. Dogs are allowed for an additional pet fee of $25 per stay. Dogs must be well behaved, leashed and cleaned up after. Dogs may be left alone in the room for a short time only if they will be quiet and a contact number is left with the front desk. Guests with pets also like to take the nice walking path from the property that leads to the south end of town.
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