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Copley is kind of the heart of what makes Boston special. History, modern, commercial, art, it's all wrapped around the square. You don't have to make a special trip here. Your touring will at some point bring you right by it. It was wet and...More
In some ways, Copley Square feels like the heart of Boston. It stands on its own and it also provides a central location from which you can head in any direction and see some other part of this interestng city.
Good location although it was christmas and not much open in the area hotel bars would good though and had a nice selection for most tastes although not much of a Christmas Menu just normal fare, no Christmas Day menu
As your walking down Boylston, Copley Square is a lovely mix of new and old. Getting to see the reflexion of the old buildings in the glass/mirror skyscrapper is impressive. A most pleasant square to shoot a few photos and enjoy the views.
Head over to Copley Place which has the best shopping in Boston for mostly upscale, designer fashions. Walk through the Mall over to the Prudential shopping are for more mainstream shopping, bookstores and various restaurants .
Regardless of what the weather outside is like, the Copley Square Mall, and surrounding Copley Square area is worth exploring. The building architecture in this area is stunning, and the shopping mall offers an array of dining and shopping options.
Want to shop? No problem. Want to eat? No problem. Want to stay the night or longer? No problem. This place has it all. Restaurants, shops galore but fancy ones and smaller ones. Tired of shopping? There are 2 hotels on both sides of the...More
Snazzy mall... wide variety of shopping for all budgets. The same applies for eating options. The hotel has a connecting bridge, which is easy access. Thankfully I traveled for business, so I had to limit my shopping :)
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.
Copley Square is an open area that never closes. It is more vibrant before 6pm. Shops in Pru mall close at 6-7pm on Sunday. Restaurants are open late. Library is open noon-5pm. I am not sure about trinity church or... More
Copley Square is an open area that never closes. It is more vibrant before 6pm. Shops in Pru mall close at 6-7pm on Sunday. Restaurants are open late. Library is open noon-5pm. I am not sure about trinity church or observatory at Hancock. You can always go to top of the hub to see the city from above! Enjoy!
Honestly I would try to stay close to the city or close to a T station. Unless you have a car, Chelsea, Woburn & Peabody are hard to get to and you will waste too much time travelling. I think your best bet is to go for... More
Honestly I would try to stay close to the city or close to a T station. Unless you have a car, Chelsea, Woburn & Peabody are hard to get to and you will waste too much time travelling. I think your best bet is to go for airbb and vacationrental and hope you find a good option. Also use kayak and hopper for other hotel options.