The College Club of Boston
44 Commonwealth Avenue Boston, MA
About The College Club of Boston
The College Club of Boston is an elegant venue available for hosting an array of events. The Club is conveniently located at 44 Commonwealth Avenue in Boston’s historic Back Bay, just one block from the Public Garden. The Club has an accomplished staff that can assist planning any special event. We are experienced in hosting business meetings, coorporate events, weddings, receptions, dinners, and concerts. The Club offers many amenities, including our full catering menu, waitstaff, 11 guestrooms, wireless internet access, projector and screen, and more. We are waiting to assist you with your next in-town event!
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Percy Dauber Drawing Room
Wheaton College Dining Room

Boston College Club, An Eventective User from Manchester NH

I recommend the Boston College Club as an excellent place for meetings in the Boston Metro area. The facility is in the heart of downtown Boston in the Financial District. The hospitality team is very professional and welcoming. Additionally, the meeting spaces were very elegant with wonderful views of Downtown and all the spaces were tastefully decorated. The decor and furniture conveyed a comfortable, "old-school" feel to my clients but also offered WiFi and preparation rooms. Overall, however, the service and friendliness of the hospitality team are the most important factor in my recommendation. They are used to catering to discerning customers and offer a true concierge experience. They seemed like they were all very experienced and made sure everything I needed was prepared and ready to go (seating, presentation materials, and equipment). If you need to really impress people at your meeting and convey a sense of stability and confidence membership at this club (or one like it) is well worth the investment. However it is an investment and maybe best for when you really need to impress. Even the coffee was excellent, and nothing is worse than giving guests at your meeting generic conference-room coffee.