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HOTEL, CITY, AND TRAVEL
Nestled in one of downtown Boston's most celebrated neighborhoods, The Westin Copley Place, Boston, welcomes guests with modern accommodations and signature touches. The AAA Four-Diamond hotel is located in the Back Bay area, near Copley Square - steps away from fine dining destinations and upscale clothing stores in the popular Copley Place shopping mall. Boston Symphony Hall, Fenway Park, and other top attractions are within easy reach.
Join us at the Westin Copley Place for the 2021 ASCLD Symposium! Rooms are available for $264 per night plus taxes and fees. Rooms will sell out quickly, so book early! As of May 24th, our room block is sold out on online on August 27th and 28th. To secure a room night for this night, please call the hotel directly at 617-262-9600 to make your reservation. Be sure to mention ASCLD to get the group discount code!
Marriott hotels are taking active measures to ensure their properties (including the Westin Copley Place) are clean and safe in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Read their Commitment to Clean here.
There's so much to do, you might just have to stay a little longer!
Boston dining is increasingly a destination all its own. The restaurant scene is delicious and dynamic.
You can root for the hometown or the opponent - just don't miss the opportunity to catch a sporting event in Boston.
Each of the city's neighborhoods has a remarkably different style and tone. From the Back Bay's cosmopolitan street and ornate Victorian town houses to the aromas spilling into the narrow and jumbled 17th-century streets of Boston's North End to the spirited and funky neighborhood square of Cambridge - all within easy distance from one another.
Boston, MA, is following all local and national guidelines surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. Read current traveler information here.
New England's largest transportation center, Logan International Airport, has nonstop services from 133 domestic and international locations.
You can also travel to Boston via Amtrak Passenger Rail with accessible lines from many destinations along the east coast of the United States.
Getting around Boston
It may be "America's Walking City" but Boston also features an extensive transportation system, known simply as the "T" with subway, bus, trolley cars, and boat service to just about everywhere in the greater Boston area and beyond.