If there are two things I learned this weekend, it's that: a) I love Boston, and b) if ever in Boston, the Copley Square Hotel is the only place to stay. Located in the Back Bay area of the city, the Copley Square Hotel is one of Boston's oldest hotels (built in 1891), but the interior is nothing short of modern chic. The building's re-opening in January 2009 after a year of renovations shows a hotel with exquisite attention to detail and comfort as a main priority (seriously the most comfortable bed I've ever slept in). Along with all of the fab comforts that the hotel offers was the great selection of tech goodies found in the rooms. For such a historic hotel, I was surprised to find complimentary WiFi available in every room, not to mention a sleek LG flat screen TV. Even the Sunbeam iron was the best I've ever used! However, the coolest thing was the iHome iPod speaker dock on the bedside table. The hotel had thought of everything I might need to feel at home -- music, TV, Internet. If it wasn't for the fabulous city waiting outside its doors, I might have just stayed in the hotel the whole time! For more information and to book reservations at Boston's Copley Square Hotel, please visit their website.