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Things to Do in Boston

Local Attractions

Situated in the heart of Back Bay in downtown Boston, our hotel provides easy access to a variety of things to do in Boston. Explore our historic city with family or friends, or enjoy local attractions with colleagues after a day of meetings. Many local attractions are just steps away from our doors. We are also located near several stops of the local subway system, The T. We invite you to learn more below.

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Prudential Center

Connected on our second floor

The Prudential Center, or "The Pru," is one of the most iconic buildings in Boston. Enjoy a day of retail therapy at the Shops at Prudential Center at the base of the building. Check out the spectacular views from the observatory deck on the 50th floor.


Copley Place

Connected to the Shops at Prudential Center

Enjoy the upscale shopping options at Copley Place, including Neiman Marcus, Barneys New York, Tiffany & Co., Ralph Lauren and much more.


Boston Duck Tours

Prudential Center departure location is outside the Huntington Avenue entrance for the Shops at Prudential Center

Board an amphibious vehicle for a driving tour of the city's historical spots before splashing into the Charles River.


Christian Science Plaza

Adjacent to the hotel

The Christian Science Center Plaza is home to the Mother Church of the First Church of Christ Scientist and is a beautiful scenic location near our hotel. The plaza features a reflecting pool and fountain during the summer. 



Newbury Street

Five-minute walk / 0.2mi

Lined with 19th-century brownstones housing boutiques and restaurants, Newbury Street is one of the most popular shopping destinations in Boston.



Boston Public Library

10-minute walk / 0.6 mi

The Boston Public Library is the second-oldest public library system in the United States. The original building was built in 1895 and features several types of architectural influences. The library also hosts rotating exhibits throughout the year.


Fenway Park

12-minute walk / 0.9 mi

Opened in 1912, Fenway Park is the oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball. Catch a home game of the Boston Red Sox, eight-time world champions, and see the famous Green Monster for yourself.



Museum of
Fine Arts

17-minute walk / 0.9 mi

The Museum of Fine Arts (MFA) contains more than 450,000 works of art from all over the world. The permanent collection features works by Monet, John Singleton Copley, Manet and more. Rotating exhibits are also held throughout the year.


Images courtesy of the Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau.