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239 West Newton Street, Boston, MA 02116, United States of America – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9/10! (score from 808 reviews)
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Private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed) and costs USD 15 per day.
Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Heating, Air Conditioning
Italian, French, Spanish, English, Arabic
3:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Until 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Up to two children under 18 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Pets are allowed. Charges may apply.
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Location No hotel atmosphere, but like a home Clean Efficient Very helpful staff
Sofabed could be more comfortable
The room was great and was quite spacious despite not being huge. There was a separate dining area and a chair, plus a kitchenette. The location was great, close to the Prudential Centre and the T subway. The price was a lot cheaper than the main hotels so I would definitely recommend Copley House!
the location is very practical for all that we wanted to do. Very near Newburystreet. The neighborhood is mostly brownstones/townhouses, very nice. The kitchenette was tiny AND perfect.
It was warm weather, the air conditioning was not too efficient.
I did like the setup of the studio. I liked the room and would consider staying there again. It was very satisfactory.
The parking was a bit confusing...they need to stress that the parking garage is unmarked as public parking, but in fact is public parking
The studio was clean, bathroom was spacious
The pipes made such big noise during the night that we did not sleep
Location was perfect. Staff were very pleasant and helpful. Apartment was clean and efficient.
Noise was very loud in the facilities. This must be expected from an old, poorly insulated building. But sleep was interrupted several times.
sofa bed is not comfortable. tv is not quite clear.
A short walk to the Prudential Center and Copley Square is the ideal location, then come home to the charm of a street of Boston brownstones.
I did not like having to leave!
Location and building were gorgeous!
Tub wasn't clean enough. Stood on towel. Shower head was old.
The location was the best since I wanted to be in the city and not paying those high hotel costs. Staff were very efficient and friendly and the room was extremely comfortable.
Being a holiday weekend prices in Boston were sky high. Copley House offered a place to spend the night at a lower price point. Location was great, and we got lucky that we found street parking and didn't have to spend on a garage.
You get what you pay for. The television wasn't clear. The A.c. Unit was difficult to control with a remote that wasn't 100% operational. It also blew some dirt out of it on to me. Also being put in the 3rd floor of a walk up was a bit of a drag with my pregnant wife but we didn't know to request a lower floor. In the future I'll lay out a few more bucks and get a place with an elevator and basics like a working tv and a c
Room and decor etc.
Interference from noisy students at nighttime.
Location fantastic,room cleaned and serviced daily,comfy bed,good towels.small problem with TVaddressed promptly and cheerfully,friendly welcome.price good,roomy and pleasant
Sofa a little on the weary side..comfortable but looked tired and a bit grubby, floor of bath worn and kitchen cupboards a bit the same. Minor grizzles really .
Location was phenomenal, liked the atmosphere, staff were great
Location Ease of check in. Excellent service Reasonable price
Can't think of one thing!
The fact that our room was cleaned daily with fresh towels, coffee filters, kitchen rolls and tissues - in short, we had everything we needed. The location was perfect and the staff were polite and helpful.
We had a basement flat at first which we didn't really like (purely because I don't like basements and not the fault of the hotel) but after one night there we were removed to a room on the 2nd floor which suited us better. The road was a little noisy at night but the hotel in general was quiet and it was such great value for money that any complaints feel like nit picking really.
The location of Copley House was wonderful. Close to the train station and in a nice suburban area.
Were allocated a room below the ground floor. We were sleeping with the bins and pipes!
Location is amazing.
Nice, central neighbourhood. Very friendly, helpfull reception.
Wi-fi worked well. Good location
Our car was parked behind some brownstones in an unsecured back alley with a 6 block walk (15 minutes brisk walk, both ways, 1/2 hour of lost time). The room was large but floors were not clean, bed was hard and bowed, top sheet had a 1" hole in it. Bathroom was tiny, no counter space and it all needed to be replaced. To ask "the front desk for assistance" you can only call them and they are 7 blocks away too, just like the car. I honestly do not know where all the "good" reviews came from.
We stayed at one of four townhouses they owed and are pleasantly surprised since everything in our apartment looked new. The bed was very comfortable, good quality sheets, kitchen had everything we needed to prepare some meals. The location is perfect, just 2 minutes walk from the Prudential metro stop on the green line. Copley square is about 10 min walk.
The only thing to complain is that the room was very cold. It's not possible to turn on the heat. While inside we had to stay in the bed using extra blankets.
clean, beds are comfortable, very central location.
The basement studios are not smilar to the photos. they have very small windows and they are small. However they are clean. Room doors are very old and simple. Can be broken very easily.
Just steps outside and we were in a nice spot for breakfast called Thornton's. Also, we were in close proximity to the Prudential Tower and shopping area. We walked quite a bit while there and enjoyed many of the local restaurants. Enjoyed a drink at the "Top of the Hub" at the Prudential. There was a lovely sunset and music and wine!
There was a strongish smell of Clorox in the kitchen, but all was clean and nice within our rooms.
Pleasant "heritage" neighbourhood. Very helpful desk clerk.
The room would be worth maybe $50 dollars in a motel on the edge of town. Was it worth the extra $150 a night? With hindsight? No. Save your money. Also, parking is very pricey. These are City of Boston characteristics. I would have been better off staying in a suburban motel and commuting into town on the transit system.
We loved being so close to public transportation and Copley Place, plus a couple of great neighborhood restaurants within a couple of blocks. The free parking was a real bonus. Accommodations were very good and we were offered a main floor unit if stairs weren't good for us.
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