Back Bay Boston is the city's most fashionable neighborhood - near designer shopping along Newbury Street, Prudential Center, the Boston Marathon finish line, Museum of Fine Arts, Fenway Park, and Copley Square. FROM HOTELS PAGE - edit
You'll see beautiful Trinity Church reflected in the shimmering glass sides of I.M. Pei's John Hancock Tower, the magnificent Italian Renaissance Boston Public Library in Copley Square, and more statues that you can count among the huge trees shading Commonwealth Avenue Mall.
Plus, if you indulge in fabulous shopping at the tres chic boutiques, art galleries, and international designer salons along Newbury Street, Copley Place, and Prudential Center, you'll appreciate the convenience of returning to your nearby Boston Back Bay hotel with your full shopping bags at the end of the day.
Back Bay restaurants are among the best in the city.
And of course so many of the city's other delights are just a short walk away from Boston Back Bay hotels.
Just to the west is Fenway, with cultural giants like the Museum of Fine Arts and Symphony Hall - and of course Boston's most-loved spot and home of the Boston Red Sox, Fenway Park.
Beacon Hill and Boston's Theatre District are next door.
And just a short stroll across the beautiful Public Garden and Boston Common will bring you to historic Downtown Boston, with the Freedom Trail, waterfront, Rose Kennedy Greenway, and so many other interesting places.
Because Back Bay is such a convenient location for both business and leisure travelers, you'll discover that almost half of Boston's hotels located here.
A number of the Back Bay Boston hotels cater to business travelers in town for conferences or meetings at the Hynes Convention Center.
In the following overview of Back Bay Boston hotels, you'll see the range of options, hotel rate ranges, and where you'll find swimming pools and pet-friendly policies. To get detailed information including what's nearby, click the links for each hotel.