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Marriott Copley  |  110 Huntington Avenue

Perfectly located in Back Bay, Boston Marriott Copley Place offers stylish comfort downtown near attractions, theater, universities, convention centers, and just four miles from the airport. After a memorable day exploring, refresh in the sparkling waters of our indoor pool or take in inspiring views from our fitness center.

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The Sheraton Boston Hotel is just a 15-minute drive from Boston Logan International Airport. Car rentals, as well as shuttle services are available through the airport and online travel planning services. See additional information.


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Boston, Massachusetts, the most walk-able city in the U.S., is a jewel of New England. The city features countless historical sites, amazing food and exciting nightlife.

Among the vibrant history of Boston is a little known fact...The “Father of Probation,” John Augustus called it home. Augustus made a name for himself campaigning for more lenient sentences for convicted criminals based on their backgrounds. His work led to an 18-year career as America’s first probation officer. He helped approximately 2,000 individuals in that time span.

APPA is proud to visit the home of John Augustus and numerous other outstanding patriots. To enhance your visit, below is a collection of links to Boston information, attractions, restaurants and more.

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