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Boston

Boston

This vibrant and colorful city blends colonial style and history seamlessly with modern, cutting edge innovation and style. Boston is rich with history, from the American Revolution to the site of the very first public school, it’s a city with stories to share. As the capital of Massachusetts and one of the oldest cities in America, Boston is filled with things to do and has something for everyone like museums, galleries, shopping, dining, theatre, and sports. For more things to do in Boston, see here>>>

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Hotel

The Westin Copley Place, Boston
10 Huntington Ave
Boston, MA 02116
Tel: 617 262 9600

We are excited to be welcoming our delegates in 2019 to the Westin - Copley Place, Boston. Experience one of Boston's most celebrated neighborhoods from The Westin Copley Place, Boston. Recently renovated, our AAA Four-Diamond hotel, situated in the heart of historic Back Bay, places you near Faneuil Hall, Fenway Park and more, all just minutes away.


We are happy to offer a special group rate of $262 + 14.45% taxes. This rate will be available until 21 October 2019 and rates will be available 3 days prior and 3 days after the Americas Cash Cycle Seminar (Nov 10th – 16th) however this is subject to the hotel’s availability of guest rooms at the time of reservations. Delegates have 24 hours prior to arrival to cancel their reservations without penalty. If an individual reservation is cancelled after this period, delegates will be charged one night room and tax.

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Within this welcoming hotel, you'll enjoy beautifully appointed guest rooms and suites, with signature touches including the Westin Heavenly® Bath and sumptuous Westin Heavenly® Bed. Dine in sumptuous restaurants, from breakfast at The Huntington, to classic Brazilian steakhouse fare next door at Fogo de Chão. Find your balance in the 24-hour WestinWORKOUT® Fitness Studio, or take advantage of the RunWESTIN™ program, with guided group runs and running maps.

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Things to do in Boston:

Looking for something to do? Take a free walking tour of Boston. There are many different trails and walks to choose from. For more information, please visit Boston’s website.  

There is a mall attached to the conference hotel. For a list of stores, please visit the mall’s website.

Museums within a 15 minute walk from the hotel:

Museum of Fine Arts
Adults - $25 | Seniors (65+) - $23
www.mfa.org/

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
Adults - $15 | Seniors (65+) - $12
www.gardnermuseum.org/

Museum of Fine Arts - Boston

Isabelle Stewart Gardner Museum

 

 

 

 
 
Fun Facts About Boston:

Boston is the set for American hit TV shows like Cheers, Fringe, and A Million Little Pieces.

Boston Common

Boston Common is a stretch of green sanctuary within the city of Boston which dates back to 1634. It’s the oldest public park in the United States and continues to welcome residents and tourists alike.

Revere Beach was the country’s first public beach.

The beach is located 7.5 miles north from the Westin Copley Place and is home to the New England Sand Sculpting Festival.

With over 1.3 million visitors a year, the New England Aquarium is one of Boston’s premier attractions.

The aquarium is located 20 minutes away from the conference hotel.

You can drive 90 feet below the earth’s surface in Boston.

Boston’s Ted Williams Tunnel is the deepest in North America, running nearly 90 feet underneath the earth’s surface.Boston University Bridge

Boston University Bridge is one of the only places in the world that a boat can sail under a train passing under a car driving under an airplane.

Transportation

Taxis, Ubers, and Lyft are all available in Boston. In addition, Boston has a strong public transportation system consisting of: subway (usually called the “T”), bus, commuter rails, water taxis, and ferries.

Guests flying in to Boston Logan International Airport can estimate the cost of a one way transfer will be around:

  • Private car service – Contact the Hotel’s concierge to schedule and for exact pricing
  • Taxi fare: USD$35
  • Bus Service (on Back Bay Bus): USD $7.50
  • Subway Service: USD $2.75

For guests who are coming in by train, there is an Amtrak station within 5 minute (walking distance.) The train station is called: Back Bay Station