Welcome to Boston Back Bay Hotels. We offer hotel and lodging services at over 30 hotels in Boston's Historic Back Bay. All of our hotels have been approved by AAA and Mobil Travel Guide for quality and your safety. Many of our partner hotels offer 45% off regular hotel rack rates. Our website offers last minute availability and our rates are often available up to the day of arrival.

Whether you are catching a Red Sox game at Fenway, shopping in Newbury Street, or people-watching in Copley Square, let Boston Back Bay Hotels be your guide to Boston Back Bay. Welcome to the City of Boston, we hope you enjoy your visit.

Boston Back Bay Hotel Map

Featured Hotel:

Courtyard Copley Square
Courtyard Boston Copley Square
Premier among hotels in Copley Square Boston, Courtyard Boston Copley Square stands apart…more

Additional Hotels:

Hilton Boston Back Bay
40 Dalton Street
Boston, MA 02115 US

Sheraton Boston Hotel
39 Dalton Street
Boston, MA 02199 US

Hotel Commonwealth
500 Commonwealth Ave.
Boston, MA 02215 US

The Verb Hotel
1271 Boylston Street
Boston, MA 02215 US

Lenox Hotel
61 Exeter Street at Boylston
Boston, MA 02116 US

Boston Hotel Buckminster
645 Beacon Street
Boston, MA 02215 US

Midtown Hotel
220 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115 US

Marriott Boston Copley Place
110 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02116 US

Courtyard by Marriott Boston Copley Square
88 Exeter Street
Boston, MA 02116 US

The Westin Copley Place, Boston
10 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02116 US

The Fairmont Copley Plaza Boston
138 St. James Avenue
Boston, MA 02116 US

Hotel 140
140 Clarendon St
Boston, MA 02116 US

About Boston

Boston, Massachusetts is a city that attracts tourists with its waterfront location, arts scene, restaurants, gardens, museums and entertainment. It is known as America's Best Walking City because not only does it offer all of these options within walking distance of each other, but because one can walk the entire city in a single day and find something to do the whole way. The day and night life Boston has to offer appeals to many different tastes and can target the wildest singles and the tamest families.

One of the most appealing and ever-present aspects of the city of Boston is its rich history. Everywhere one turns, there is a plaque commemorating an event, a statue memorializing a historical figure, a home that once belonged to a patriot, a restaurant where George Washington once sat or a street still lined with cobblestones. Visitors who are interested in this aspect of Boston should visit the Museum of Fine Arts and the Freedom Trail. The latter can be done on foot or via bus tour.

When it comes to dining, travelers can find fine dining in some of the magnificent buildings in Boston. However, to experience Boston, one should forget the definition of fine dining and search for delicious cuisine in Boston's North End. While not cheap, these restaurants tend toward less extravagance and more intimacy. Therefore, they are less pricey than restaurants that offer similar food in more swanky atmospheres. In addition, the proximity to the best dessert bakery in Massachusetts -- Mike's Pastry -- makes North End dining that much more appealing.

All of the above can be enjoyed on foot. One can tour, one can dine and one can stop to smell the flowers all without ever having sat in a vehicle. However, Boston is not only for the sprightly. There are plenty of taxis, buses and trains to get tourists who are not up to walking around the city on a budget.