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Copley House Uncommonly Perfect
My girlfriend and I stayed at the Copley House for four days in August, and it was absolutely perfect. Our room was great--we had the studio, with a private bathroom, DSL, air conditioning, and a kitchenette stocked with dishes, appliances, and even filled ice trays in the freezer. It was in a very convenient location in Boston's South End, from finding our way there after exiting the Mass Pike to hopping on a T to walking down to Charlie's Sandwich Shoppe for french toast for breakfast.
If you need it, I'd ask them first about parking; we drove to Boston but secured a parking spot behind the building (very safe) for the duration of our stay. The value is practically unheard of--we were able to have small meals in the room, which saved us $$, and we were close to restaurants, a park, corner grocer's, great shopping on Newbury Street, and even a laundromat. If you're planning a trip to Boston for a few days, and especially if you're going with someone you'll sleep in the same bed with, I can't see how you'd get any better than Copley House.
Avoid this place - the prices float.
I had a written confirmation for 5 days rent of a studio apartment at The Copley House in Boston MA (239 W Newton St., Boston, MA) at $110 per night. I checked the website and saw that the advertised price is $80 to $90 per night.
I called The Copley House and said that I was happy with the fee but he should be aware that the internet rate was advertised at a lesser fee. I said that I was calling so that he might avoid trouble in the future. He said he could rent out the apartment at $120 per night and then cancelled my reservation!!!
About a half hour after this incident I rechecked the price and saw that he had adjusted the price!
Avoid this place, he does not stick to his price quote.
We stayed at the Copley House for a week in Mid April
and it was just wonderful.
We really felt like a part of the neighborhood staying in this cute apartment
and there was a great park for the kids less than a block away.
Plus the Hynes Convention Center is just 5 minutes walk.
This place is just wonderful. I stayed here while I was searching for an apartment. I never felt more at home. I loved the in room kitchens and
helpful staff. The neighborhood is so great that I actually moved here!
When we walked into the room there was an immediate odor which I reported to the management. They came and sprayed Lysol around the room. By 11p.m. we packed up our bags and walked to a different hotel. It turns out that the stove was leaking gas. Yes, they refunded our money and moved us to a better apartment for the rest of our stay, but I think that they should have check the room out for such things before renting it! I would rather pay more money than take such a chance again.
Great First Stop
I found this place to be great while I looked for an apartment in Boston. Clean and neat and the price is right.
Cheap Boston Hotel Alternative
Hotels are fairly expensive here and can put a damper on a vacation if you don't have the money. Copley House isn't as nice as the more ritzy hotels, but is more like your own apt. with a kitchenette, etc. If you're on a budget, less than 100/night check it out.
Extremely Poor Service
Beware. I had to call the BBB for this place because they overcharged me and wouldn't resolve my account despite multiple attempts.
run down - good if you are a college student. No change of towels or linens. mildew smell to the room. pass on this accomidation.
Cheap prices great places
I had my parents stay at the Copley House as my Boston apartment is too small for them to visit. The place was a furnished apartment and I believe they paid $85 per night which is much more affordable than local hotels. Their apartment was a 5 minute walk to the prudential center and the kitchenette was handy when they wanted to cook.I think the website is ...
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... rather handy for that!). So yes, I was part way down Massachusetts Avenue and I saw the MIT museum and thought why not. Even better it was only $5 for students. I did spend ages in there, but had a good little gander about and of course had to pick up a few bits from the shop! Anyway, time to clock off. It's been a long walking day. Back to NYC tomorrow and to the Archives on Monday. If I've missed anything I am sure I can update when I am on the train back ...
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... the dock no later than 9:30. Actually our tour was not until 11 but because of the tendering I wanted to make sure we would get to the dock in plenty of time. He assured me that there would be no problem. The day of the tendering I knew we were in trouble. You were called in groups to pick up your tendering ticket and have your room card checked to see if you had done the re entry process into the US. Ken and I had tickets 375, 376, The Spoo's tickets were ...
... suburb of New York that was quite urban by American standards other than
New York’s. I loved getting away from the crowds and to what seemed like the wide
open spaces in the South or Upstate New York on family trips in high school and
even more so the West when I finally got there in my college years. Open spaces
represented freedom while cities represented the confinement of my youth which
I wanted to escape. So I didn’t think too highly of ...