A boutique hotel located in the heart of Back Bay's posh neighborhood, Lenox Hotel offers an exceptional guest…More experience. The Saunders family, owners of The Lenox, are never too far, as they have an office in Back Bay and involve themselves in the community.
The hotel boasts many green awards and was recognized in 2003 for historic preservation. The helpful concierge is both knowledgeable and friendly—and can recommend the best restaurants and sites for out-of-towners, communicate well with excited internationals and handle phone calls with poise and diligence.
Back Bay Hotel 350 Stuart St, Boston, MA02116 The Back Bay Hotel is a five-star luxury hotel based on Stuart Street in Boston. The location offers a wide range of…More amenities and facilities, including luxury suites, a fitness center, bar and restaurant. Some features include LCD televisions, valet parking, wireless internet service, meeting rooms as well as around the clock room service. Check the main website for details on various room packages or for photos of the hotel.
The Colonnade Hotel 120 Huntington Ave, Boston, MA02116 The Colonnade Hotel is located in Boston's Back Bay area. It features 285 guest rooms and nine luxury suites. Guests…More enjoy a rooftop pool, a 1,000-square-foot fitness center, 24-hour room service, a business center and an indoor parking garage. Brasserie JO French Bistro operates out of the hotel and there's 13,000-square-feet of event space available for meetings, weddings and other private affairs. The Colonade Hotel is pet-friendly.
The Boston Christopher 476 Columbus Ave, Boston, MA02118 The Boston Christopher provides extended hotel stays in contemporary suites in Back Bay. Reservations can made…More online and by telephone.
Back Bay Association 229 Berkeley St Ste 410, Boston, MA02116 Operating much like a chamber of commerce, the Back Bay Association represents more than 300 merchants, restaurants,…More hotels, property owners, corporations, schools and churches in the neighborhood. An advocate for the businesses community, the organization meets quarterly and works to connect its many members through information about city decisions and legislation, newsletters and neighborhood events.
Courtyard by Marriott 88 Exeter St, Boston, MA02116 The Courtyard by Marriott in Back Bay offers affordable accommodations in the heart of the city. The hotel is within…More walking distance to numerous shops, restaurants, nightlife and attractions. Additionally, the hotel is also a block away from the MBTA for easy travel farther outside the center of the city. Rooms are spacious, clean and comfortable, and the hotel staff offers 24-hour assistance for guest needs. Special rates and deals can often be found online.
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.
John Hancock Hotel and Conference Center 40 Trinity Pl, Boston, MA02116 First opened in 1926, the John Hancock Hotel today exists as an affordable alternative to the expensive high-end hotels…More one commonly finds in Back Bay. The historic hotel became a conference center in 1971 and thrives today as an international meeting point for conventions, training programs, exhibitions and other special events. There are 64 non-smoking rooms with complimentary Wi-Fi service, continental breakfast, cable TV and a coffeemaker in each room. Situated near Copley Square and the Prudential Center, there is no shortage of places to eat or shop. The center is also convenient to several modes of public transportation, making it easy to get around town as needed.
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.
Vendome Condominiums 160 Commonwealth Ave, Boston, MA02116 Vendome (160 Commonwealth Avenue) is one of Boston's most famous landmarks. This palatial former hotel is now home…More to both luxury living-units (on the upper floors) and commercial offices (on and below the ground floor). Built in 1872, it was Back Bay's very first large commercial structure. By 1882, it was one of just three U.S. hotels to employ electric light. Its concierges are smiling and diligent, its walls are decorated with photographs and sketches of the Vendome from throughout its history. Vendome owes its current, modern structure to the infamous "Hotel Vendome fire" in 1972 fire (the most tragic in Boston's history) which caused the death of nine firefighters. At the height of its popularity as a hotel, Vendome accommodated such personages as P.T. Barnum, Thomas Edison, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Grover Cleveland and Ulysses S. Grant.
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.
Mizu Boston 776 Boylston St, Boston, MA02199 Mizu Boston has made quite a stir in a short amount of time. Since opening in 2008, it has been voted the world's best…More salon by Estectica Milano magazine. This Back Bay location is only the second Mizu to open after its flagship Park Avenue location in New York. Accessible from the luxurious Mandarin Oriental hotel or from the Prudential Center, Mizu's large, modern, bright white interior is hard to miss. Drawing on minimalist Asian influence, the overall design is intended to evoke harmony and simplicity to create a relaxing atmosphere. Services include styling, blow dry, corrective coloring, and bio ionic Japanese retexturizing treatment.
Cuffs is an Irish Pub located inside the Back Bay Hotel. The interior is designed to look like a modern, ultra-chic…More bar and lounge. The slim, sleek tables look like crosses and are big enough for an arm and a glass of whatever you'd like. Everything about it is made for socializing and mingling.
Cuffs even has a menu for some tasty treats to silence your growling stomach as to not interrupt the conversation you would be having with a significant other or mysterious stranger. Along with a very tasteful seating area outside, Cuffs will not embarrass you. The kitchen is under new management so the food selection is not the same for long time fans of Cuffs.
Located in the heart of Back Bay's hotel and business district, this Catholic church is a popular place of worship…More for people visiting the city and staying nearby. The 125-member congregation soars during religious holidays and celebrations, and the church is usually packed the Sunday before the Boston Marathon during a special mass dedicated to all the runners participating in the race. It can hold up to 750 people.
Our Lady of Victories was founded as a French church, although services are now conducted in English. It hosts about 40 weddings a year, offers meeting space for community groups and provides about 25 rooms for visiting priests and other religious travelers.
Permanent residents include nine fathers and one brother from the Marist Fathers and Brothers of the Boston Province, a religious order of men who strive to live the Gospel in the spirit of Mary, and also serve as pastors.
The social service agency Cardinal Medeiros Center for Change is located at Our Lady of Victories as well, and all three organizations work together to provide meals to homeless people every morning and evening.