The Fairmont Copley Plaza’s Centennial Renovation
This year The Fairmont Copley Plaza will celebrate its centennial with 100 days of celebration leading up to its anniversary on August 19, 2012. Together with Trinity Church and the Boston Public Library, this landmark hotel is one of the architectural jewels of Copley Square. From community events and historic tours to weekend packages to a search for hotel memorabilia, the hotel will celebrate this milestone in grand style. In addition to centennial celebrations, the hotel will also debut a complete restoration totaling in excess of $20 million.
This project includes renovation of all 383 guestrooms and suites, and the addition of a new 3,000 square foot rooftop health club. Additionally, enhancements will be made to the Lower Lobby meeting space and the hotel’s grand lobby and ballrooms. A new restaurant, in the space that formerly housed the legendary Merry-Go-Round, Oak Room and Oak Bar, will also debut in June. The reimagining of the restaurant includes a thoughtful renovation to the space which will take into account the architectural details and historic significance. Scheduled for completion in Spring 2012, this renovation will ensure that The Fairmont Copley Plaza begins its next century of service shining more brightly than ever before.
For guests who want to become part of the celebration, The Fairmont Copley Plaza offers two exclusive centennial celebration packages. Guests who book the Centennial Bed & Breakfast Package receive a room upgrade, while the Spring Centennial Offer Package includes a $100 Food & Beverage credit with any three-night stay.