Courtyard by Marriott Boston Copley Square

88 Exeter Street, Boston, 02116, MA

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Overview

Courtyard by Marriott Boston Copley Square is a wonderful spot for families with kids to stay. The hotel is within 10 miles of the Boston Harbor Islands National Park and Old North Church. Other points of interest include the Boston Public Library and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The 3-star hotel has 81 rooms; it also a fitness center. Delfino Restaurant, Flour Bakery & Cafe and Cantina Italiana are all family-friendly eateries that are also worth looking at and are near the hotel.

Courtyard by Marriott hotels are located in more than 35 countries and provide all the comfort of a Marriott brand. Rooms are spacious and some hotels provide kitchens or kitchenettes, and most locations feature one on-site restaurant, swimming pools and Wi-Fi. Learn more about Courtyard by Marriott hotels.

Our Editor Loves

  • Nice location
  • Great price
  • Great service

Family Interests

  • Museum/Cultural

Family Amenities

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Onsite Dining

Reviews

Great place to stay in the heart of Boston

by Robert F

The Copley Place Courtyard is ideally located, and not too big. Although all Boston hotels are pricey, this one is more reasonable.
The best thing I found was the superb staff, including Front Desk, Valet/Bellman, and Housekeeping. Every one of them went out of their way to make me feel welcomed and they kept doing it the whole three days I stayed.

Good location, beautiful building, standard rooms

by frombaritomiami

I spent one week in Boston with my wife and stayed at this Courtyard hotel. The hotel is in a good location in Back Bay, close to the subway station and many local attractions. Staff is very kind, always ready to help and give a free bottle of water if needed. The hotel rooms, however, are just standard. Bed is nothing special, pillows too soft, furniture shows wear and tear, lighting is quite dim. Bathroom just as well was dimly lit, with toiletries that were plenty but basic. Towels were plenty as well but a little rough. We did not try their breakfast. TV in room was with poor picture quality and exorbitant prices for movie rental, without any option for Netflix or other on demand apps.
It would all make it for a good experience, if it wasn't for the fact that the room cost, on average, $500.00 a night, which is pretty standard in Boston but still quite high by any other standard.

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