Westin Copley Place
10 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02116
Main Tel: +1 617 262 9600
Upon arrival to Boston Logan International Airport (BOS), choose from the following transportation options to the Sheraton:
Subway (MBTA) Service from Boston Logan International Airport (BOS):
The Blue Line Subway at the airport is your best connection to the Orange Line at State Street Station. This route is the best option for transportation to the Back Bay station. From This station, the Westin Copley place is a 5-minute walk.
Taxi or Uber:
Average travel time from the airport is approximately 20 minutes. Fares range from $20-$35 each way.Taxis and ubers are readily available at the airport and at the Westin 24 hours/day.
Directions from Boston Logan International Airport (BOS):
Take Maverick St. and Bremen St. to MA-1A South. Continue on MA-1AS. Take MA-28S to Huntington Ave. Follow exit signs to Back Bay/Copley Square.
Boston Airport Shuttle Bus (Back Bay Logan Express)
$3.00 by credit card, the bus service runs on a 20-minute frequency (departures occur at :00, :20, :40 past the hour). Bus departs from the airport at terminals A, B, C, and E. Take the shuttle to the Back-Bay Station and walk 2 minutes to the Westin Copley Place.
Expect high temperatures of 64 degrees, and lows near 49 degrees in October. The weather is often humid in the fall in Boston.
Business casual attire is appropriate for the conference. We recommend bringing layers to prepare for cool or warm weather in Boston as well as comfortable and waterproof walking shoes when leaving the hotel.
A red line on the sidewalk leads you on this 2.5 mile walk around the city, visiting the infamous sites of the American Revolution. It begins at the Boston common, America’s oldest public park, and ends at the famed bunker hill monument.
Housed in 3 historic buildings and a promenade in central Boston, Quincy Market is comprised of endless eateries and shops that make Boston famous. Try a lobster roll or some fresh clam chowder!
Boston’s oldest Italian neighborhood is known for it’s amazing restaurants and historic sites. The cobblestone streets are filled with beautiful architecture and fine Italian cooking. While here, you can visit Paul Revere’s house and the historic Old North Church. ($5pp)
This 43-mile-long promenade along Boston’s shoreline connects Boston’s waterfront neighborhoods with sweeping views of the city and marinas.
Boston’s oldest public park houses several landmarks of historical significance. Visit the lake in Boston public garden and take a ride on a swan boat. Tis is the perfect escape from the bustle of the city.
Home to over 100 store & boutiques, 18 restaurants, and the skywalk observatory with the best panoramic views of Boston, the Prudential center is the perfect option for a rainy day in Boston. Shop till you drop! http://www.prudentialcenter.com/
On the National Register of Historic Places, the library opened in 1852 as the first free, publicly-supported municipal library in America. Striking architecture and artwork are what makes this library a popular tourist destination. Copley square itself is known for its upscale restaurants and shopping.
This is Boston’s chicest shopping district. It easily mixes elegant boutiques with funky salons and trendy galleries.
Tour one of America’s most beloved baseball parks, also known as “The Green Monster.” Built in 1912, this cozy and quirky ballpark is a must-see while visiting Boston.
Visit the world-renowned Samuel Adams brewery, along with several notable craft breweries in the Boston area. Learn more about the process of brewing, while sampling up to 16 beers and dining on local snacks. ($70+pp)
From the north end market tour to tasting the highest rated lobster roll in the city, Boston offers a wide variety of top-notch food tours. ($20-$70pp)
Combine a historic narrated sightseeing tour of Boston and a Charles River cruise into one amazing excursion. The duck boat can travel easily on both land and water. This tour is available in 9 languages. ($47pp)
Floating history museum with live reenactments, multimedia exhibits & a tearoom. Meet the colonists, explore the ships and dump tea overboard just as the Sons of Liberty did on that fateful night of December 16, 1773. ($29pp)
Boston’s oldest, largest and best-known art institution, the MFA houses one of the world’s most comprehensive art collections and is renowned for its Impressionist paintings, Asian and Egyptian collections and early American art. ($25pp)
A Venetian palace in the middle of Boston, Gardner’s home is now a museum displaying her impressive, eclectic collection of European, American and Asian art, including sculpture, paintings, furniture, ceramics and textiles.
An extensive aquarium with sharks, rays, tropical fish, and a vast array of marine life. The aquarium houses the Simons IMAX theatre and is also home to the New England Aquarium Whale Watch!
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