Travel and Housing

Join your colleagues September 9-11 in Boston for the 2021 National Assembly and enjoy its historic charm and modern edgeBoston is a dynamic mix of colonial charm and urban sophistication. Rich in history, it boasts numerous landmarks and historic attractions, but also has an award-winning restaurant scene and dynamic nightlife. 

Boston’s Back Bay is one small section of Boston that is home to many of the city’s most sought-after sights and is an epicenter for shopping, sleeping, dining, and just a 15-minute walk to Fenway Park.  Located in the heart is the Hynes Convention Center, home of the 2021 National Assembly. 

 What could make the Hynes Convention Center a better location for the National Assembly?  What if we surrounded it by three hotels (Sheraton, Marriott, and Hilton) and then encircled them with the high-end stores of the Prudential Center, Copley Place, and Newbury Street, then added a multitude of restaurants that offered menus ranging from fancy to fast food. It truly is the perfect location, there is something for every Assembly attendee. 


Attendees are responsible for making their own hotel reservations. AOPA has reserved a block of rooms at the Sheraton Boston Hotel (Connected to the Convention Center), the Boston Marriott Copley Place (Connected to the Convention Center via the mall), and at the Hilton Boston Back Bay (Adjacent to the Convention Center). The room rates range from $229 to $249, plus taxes and fees.

  • Sheraton Boston Hotel (39 Dalton St, Boston, MA 02199): $229 per night. Book your room online or call 1-800 325 3535 and mention AOPA Assembly to receive the group rate. 
  • Boston Marriott Copley Place (110 Huntington Ave, Boston, MA 02116): $229 per night. Book your room online or call 877-901-2079 and mention AOPA Assembly to receive the group rate. 
  • Hilton Boston Back Bay (40 Dalton St, Boston, MA 02115): $249 per night. Book your room online or call 1- 800-774-1500 and mention AOPA Assembly to receive the group rate.

*Reminder: AOPA has not contracted with any housing bureau or authorized any third party to contact you regarding hotel reservations.  If you are contacted by anyone other than AOPA,  it is a scam.  Companies scout convention websites to locate the names and contact information of exhibitors to develop their own lists for outreach purposes. Unfortunately, this is something we address every year, and we always actively address it, but it seems to get worse each year.


New England’s largest transportation center is Logan International Airport.  Logan Airport is located a convenient two miles from the city center. The City’s subway system provides access via the silver line at South Station to all terminals at the airport and the Logan Express bus offers an inexpensive service from the Back Bay’s Copley Square and the Hynes Convention Center to all terminals.   

 More than 40 airlines fly nonstop to/from more than 100 domestic and international destinations.  For a complete list of airlines flying through Boston, please go to