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Loews Boston Hotel

Boston, MA

Transportation & Tours

Boston Transportation and Tourism Options

Among hotels in Back Bay near Copley Square, no destination brings the best of America’s most historic city to your doorstep quite like Loews Boston Hotel. Our enviable location gives you easy access to Newbury Street shopping and restaurants, downtown Boston—and a clutch of other attractions. We are just a 20-minute drive from Logan Airport and a short walk from the nearest Amtrak and subway stations.

For exact driving directions to our Back Bay hotel, please visit the Maps & Directions page

Boston Public Transportation

The Back Bay Station is one block away and a very easy walk to the hotel. Simply exit the station and take a right onto Dartmouth Street and then the first right onto Stuart Street. Proceed two blocks to Berkeley Street. The hotel is located right on the corner at 154 Berkeley Street. This station is serviced by Amtrak, Acela, the MBTA Orange Line (subway), the MBTA Commuter Rail Lines (trains) of Framingham/Worcester, Needham, Franklin, and the Providence Stoughton Line. Additionally there are MBTA-operated bus lines servicing points throughout the city. The cost per ride is $2 with a Charlie Card and $2.50 with a Charlie Ticket or if you pay on board.

South Station is serviced by all major bus lines and is 1.5 miles from the hotel. Once at South Station, take the Red Line to Park Street Station. At the Park Street Station, take the Green Line outbound to the Arlington Street Station. Once you have exited the Arlington Street Station onto Arlington Street, continue south for two blocks until you reach Stuart Street. Take a right on Stuart Street and continue for one block to Berkeley Street. Loews Boston is located on the corners of Stuart and Berkeley Streets, at 154 Berkeley Street.

Boston Land & Sea Tours

Witness the best of Boston on this 100-minute, fully narrated trolley tour. As the official tour of the Boston Red Sox, guests will enjoy 17 stops, including Fenway Park, where you may shop and dine. Each ticket comes with free admission to the Old State House Museum, a guidebook, and coupons worth over $50 in savings.Learn more

Take one of the most popular tours in and around Boston and see the best of the city in a combined land and sea tour. World War II vehicles take you on a drive through the most famous sites and attractions before setting you out onto the Charles River for a scenic harbor cruise. Learn more

Boston Walking Tours

Put yourself in the footsteps of the Founding Fathers. Making its way from the south end of the Boston Common to the Bunker Hill Monument on the north side of the Charles River, this 2.5 mile trail features some of America’s most famous historic sites. Learn more

Immerse yourself in the refined architecture of this residential neighborhood, stopping here and there to pop into the numerous cafes and shops along the way. Before heading home, make your way to the North End—just a short distance away—to pick up some sweet delicacies at Mike’s Pastry. Learn more

Explore the city's oldest residential district where people have lived since its settlement in the 1660s. It is the birthplace of the American Revolution and the center of Italian culture and cuisine. Take a stroll and stop for a cappuccino at one of many area cafes. Learn more

For more walking tours of the city, click here.


Loews Hotels guests can receive up to 20% off Economy through Full Size cars with Hertz in the U.S. and Canada. Click here to learn more about these great offers.

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