Charlesmark Hotel LLC 655 Boylston St, Boston, MA02116 Originally a Back Bay Residence, The Charlesmark was converted in 2002 into a hip, upscale hotel with 40 rooms.…More Hosting private parties and mixing fabulous cocktails in the martini bar are just a couple of the draws to this prime location. All guests receive special rates at the BSC, and a complimentary continental breakfast and coffee bar will put extra pep in your step. Due to the small size of the hotel, personal service is always number one, and The Charlesmark excels in offering a great customer experience.
The Stanhope Grille 350 Stuart St, Boston, MA02116 The Stanhope Grille is an upscale restaurant located on Stuart Street in The Back Bay Hotel. The location offers a…More wide range of specialties for breakfast and dinner, including seafood, chicken, pork, salads and steaks. Some menu options include tuna tartar, jumbo shrimp, goat cheese salad, duck breast, sirloin steak, surf and turf, bay cod, Atlantic salmon, Salmon Benedict and much more. The location also has an extensive wine and drink list.
Whether its a corporate meeting, trade show, or city-wide event the Hynes Convention Center contains 360,000 square…More feet toaccommodate your event. With flexible exhibit halls and auditorium space, 41 meeting rooms, a large ballroom and wireless Internet throughout, it's used annually for the Anime Boston convention, Harvard Model Congress, Harvard Model United Nations, First Night celebrations, CollegeFest and Berklee College of Music's high school jazz festival and competition.
Attached to the Prudential Center and Copley Place Mall, the Hynes Convention Center is located in the heart of the Back Bay with indoor access to two of the city's major shopping centers. In addition to easy access to upscale shops and restaurants, pedestrian walkways also connect to many of Boston's upscale hotels, including Copley Square Hotel, Sheraton Boston, and Westin Copley Place.
The convention center is also accessible via the Hynes Convention Center T stop on the green line and the Back Bay T stop the orange line.
The public plaza in the heart of Back Bay is a popular meeting place located right off of the T. People are often…More seen enjoying a sunny day sitting on the grass or walking to the many upscale shops, restaurants and city landmarks nearby, including Newbury Street, the Prudential Center, John Hancock Tower and Copley Place Mall.
Copley Square is a central location for a variety of events, like a farmers market every Tuesday and Friday from mid-May to the Tuesday before Thanksgiving. It's also adjacent to the Boston Marathon finish line.
Copley is a green line stop on the T, with a bus stop on the southern side of the square, facing the Copley Square Hotel, for the 9, 39, 55, 503 and 502 buses.