Fairmont Copley Plaza
  • Boston's Fairmont Copley Plaza hotel is a Back Bay landmark. More than 100 years old, the hotel recently completed a $20 million renovation. The Fairmont Copley Plaza sits steps away from the Boston Public Library, historic Beacon Hill, and the Freedom Trail.
    Fairmont Copley Plaza
  • The hotel is a quick walk from Boston's Public garden, pictured here.
    Fairmont Copley Plaza
  • Of its 388 rooms, the most luxurious is the Presidential Suite. Modeled after the incredible brownstone homes of Back Bay, guests enter the suite through a marble entry foyer leads into an expansive living room with a decorative fireplace.
    Fairmont Copley Plaza
  • Pictured here, the living room.
    Fairmont Copley Plaza
  • The suite's large bedroom features a hand carved four-poster bed and a chaise lounge for enjoying the view of Copley Square. The suite also includes large closets, separate dressing area, and a full marble bathroom with soaking tub.
    Fairmont Copley Plaza
  • This fall, the hotel is offering a "Suite Soiree Package" where guest can enjoy an evening in the hotel's Presidential Suite with a cocktail reception, and an indulgent five-course dinner for 10 created by Executive Chef Laurent Poulain, paired with wine. Pictured here, the hotel restaurant, OAK Long Bar + Kitchen.
    Fairmont Copley Plaza
  • Pictured here, the suite dining room. There's an antique table with seating for 10, as well as a service kitchen and a half bath.
    Fairmont Copley Plaza
  • The hotel has a brand - new rooftop fitness center with city views.
    Fairmont Copley Plaza
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