Fairmont Copley Plaza, Boston

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Jun - Oct

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5 nights



7 hrs 25 mins


Holiday in Boston

Boston, USA is home to many beautiful parks with pretty open spaces to take an unforgettable solitary stroll through one of the city’s rural pockets. Discover Boston’s compelling history by walking the Freedom Trail which is a 2½-mile route through downtown Boston and Charlestown to see historic sites including museums, churches, burial grounds and parks. You can also easily cross the Charles River to Cambridge to explore Harvard and its hallowed courtyards. This is a country that loves baseball which you can experience by watching their beloved Red Sox play at Fenway Park. The stadium is almost a century old and fills up quickly for roaring cheers during games and is one to experience and soak up the atmosphere.

Scenic walks can continue through Boston Common, which is the country’s oldest park. Set across 50 acres, it was once home to grazing cattle and famous names such as Dr Martin Luther King Jr have delivered speeches here. There are also nearby favourite retail spots like Newbury Street, Copley Place and Filene’s Basement.

One of Boston’s most popular attractions is Cheers bar, where the television series of the same name was set. There are two Cheers bars, the original that inspired the series and a replica but both have a friendly atmosphere whilst serving all-American cuisine. Boston is renowned for other dining options as well. The city’s most famous delicacy is freshly-caught seafood offering the perfect opportunity to indulge in lobster, scallops and flaky cod. Some of the best restaurants in town are Union Oyster House, Legal Sea Foods, Summer Shacks and great local food at Quincy Market.

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Fairmont Copley Plaza

This downtown Boston landmark has been a symbol of the city's refined traditions since its gala opening in 1912. Located in historic Back Bay and constructed on the original site of Boston's Museum of Fine Arts, the exteriors combine French and Venetian Renaissance influences, while 383 lavish guest rooms are on offer, including 17 elegant suites complete with period art and antiques.

The hotel’s 3,000 square-foot rooftop health club overlooks Back Bay and its OAK Long Bar + Kitchen is one of the most desirable drinking and dining destinations in the city, while for the ultimate in Boston high society, Fairmont Gold - an exclusive hotel within the hotel – is located on the entire fourth floor of the building to deliver the highest level of service to the most discerning visitors.

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