a traveler from Travelocity.com
on January 8, 2008
It was our first time in Boston, and even afer reading the reviews for this hotel on the Internet, I wasn't sure how close we would be from the main streets and shops. It was just the perfect location, with an overpass from the hotel to the Copley Place Mall and the Prudential Center where you will find restaurants and plenty of upscale stores. There is also a big supermarket, Shaws, across the street from the hotel. The hotel is very nice. We didn't have a chance to explore the hotel in details, but overall it was very clean, and the heavenly bed was the best thing at night after walking so much all around town. They gave us a room on the 21 floor, and the view of the city was worth the stay. Food is very expensive in Boston, especially in the hotel. If you don't want to pay a high price for breakfast, there is an Au Bon Pain in the Copley Place Mall downstairs. I think we payed a fair price for this hotel through the travel agent. I woud definitely stay at this hotel again. If you don't want to spend money on taxi, the subway is pretty good. The closest stations to the Westin Copley Place hotel are Copley and Back Bay.
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