By Suzanne Scharff
Boston, a culturally rich and vibrant city is also commonly known as the “walking city.” The Fairmont Copley Plaza, a historical beauty over 100 years old and a member of the Historic Hotels of America, proves to be a dazzling venue to take another promenade – your momentous walk-down the aisle. The Grande Dame of Copley Square in Boston’s Back Bay holds courts over the landmark center with its palatial limestone structure blending French and Venetian architectural elements while its equally striking interior offers a decidedly luxurious setting for celebrating nuptials and honeymoons.
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Get the Dish
On-site OAK Long Bar + Kitchen is an expansive and festive American brasserie (2017 “Best Hotel Bar” Boston Magazine) with richly detailed decor from the soaring coffered ceiling to the 83-foot copper-top bar. An enticing fireplace and oversized tufted leather bar chairs beckon guests to linger and sip artisanal cocktails and savor the locally sourced farm-to-table menu.
Big Day Details
From the beginning of its high society gala opening in the early 1900’s, the
Fairmont Copley Plaza has hosted the elite from the social registry to a lengthy list of presidential stays to the Hollywood screen and has been featured in seven major motion pictures – including the relevant comedy Bride Wars starring Kate Hudson and Anne Hathaway. Furthermore, The Fairmont boasts a “legacy of families” or multi-generations from both sides of the aisle who have celebrated their nuptials there, too. Six stunning venues provide glamorous settings from the elegant Venetian Room to the opulent Grand Ballroom.
Here’s the Scoop
The Fairmont Copley Plaza, a Forbes four-star and AAA four-diamond hotel, evokes timeless charm and opulent splendor. There’s a reason this hotel has been so popular for generations. Its gracious service extends from walking Peacock Alley to walking down-the- aisle. With their expert wedding and honeymoon guidance – planning and execution is as seamless and effortless as putting one foot in front of the other.