A symbol of the city's rich history and elegance since its opening in 1912. It offers 383 lavish guest rooms, including 17 elegant suites.
Originally opened as the Boston Museum of Arts in 1912, this hotel is bustling with artistic atmosphere within its foundations. "Copley Plaza" is derived from the famous American painter John Singleton Copley dating back to the 18th century.
Fairmont Copley Plaza hotel has completed an exciting $20 million plus renovation and restoration project. All rooms have been renovated to a modern look keeping at the same time the hotel’s rich history.
The first written mention of the property, then known as Gull Hill, dates back to 1871. Most of the changes that made the hotel what it is today took place during the 1970s, while its current owners purchased it in 2012.
Perched upon a steep hill, Lands End Inn cannot accommodate any children younger than 10 years of age, mostly due to safety reasons. Children over the age of 10 will be charged the adult rates.
Heated Pool Outdoor Pool