Old World Charm in Boston's Historic Back Bay from ONLY $70/nt – SAVE OVER 30%!

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  • Boston Park Plaza Boston, MA - Old World Charm in Boston's Historic Back Bay from ONLY $70/nt – SAVE OVER 30%!
  • Boston Park Plaza Boston, MA - Old World Charm in Boston's Historic Back Bay from ONLY $70/nt – SAVE OVER 30%!
  • Boston Park Plaza Boston, MA - Old World Charm in Boston's Historic Back Bay from ONLY $70/nt – SAVE OVER 30%!
  • Boston Park Plaza Boston, MA - Old World Charm in Boston's Historic Back Bay from ONLY $70/nt – SAVE OVER 30%!
  • Boston Park Plaza Boston, MA - Old World Charm in Boston's Historic Back Bay from ONLY $70/nt – SAVE OVER 30%!
  • Boston Park Plaza Boston, MA - Old World Charm in Boston's Historic Back Bay from ONLY $70/nt – SAVE OVER 30%!
  • Boston Park Plaza Boston, MA - Old World Charm in Boston's Historic Back Bay from ONLY $70/nt – SAVE OVER 30%!
  • Boston Park Plaza Boston, MA - Old World Charm in Boston's Historic Back Bay from ONLY $70/nt – SAVE OVER 30%!
  • Boston Park Plaza Boston, MA - Old World Charm in Boston's Historic Back Bay from ONLY $70/nt – SAVE OVER 30%!
 
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In conjunction with Preferred Hotel Group, TripAlertz brings you to historical and thriving Boston! Starting at just $70 per night for 2 guests (2-night minimum stay required), enjoy your stay at the antique Boston Park Plaza, a luxurious and historic property in the heart of Boston's Back Bay. The hotel's prime location gives you easy access to Boston Commons, shopping on Newbury Street, and access to the Theatre District. Book now and save over 30% on this grand Boston getaway!

WHAT’S INCLUDED IN YOUR TRIPALERTZ DEAL

Luxurious Boston hotel stay from $70 per night for 2 guests!
(2-night minimum stay required)

  • Accommodations in a Plaza Petite or Standard Queen
  • Hotel taxes

ABOUT BOSTON PARK PLAZA

This Boston hotel features 1,054 luxurious Guest Rooms and Guest Suites as well as the best of amenities and Guest Services to ensure your stay is a memorable one. The hotel provides a variety of dining options with 8 on-site restaurants, a state of the art fitness center, business center, and concierge services to help you with any request you may have. Rich in history, Boston Park Plaza has distinguished itself with classic elegance and personal service that continues to attract travelers from all over the world who visit Boston for business, leisure or special Boston Events. The unsurpassed Boston address is located only 3 miles from Logan International Airport and only 200 yards from the nation's first public parks, Boston Common & the Public Garden. The property is also easily accessible to Boston shopping along world renowned Newbury Street, Faneuil Hall Marketplace, the Theatre & Financial Districts, and all of Boston's most historic landmarks.

ACCOMMODATIONS

1,054 rooms & suites offer sophisticated elegance and a blissful retreat from the bustling city.

Standard Queen amenities feature:

  • One queen bed
  • Availble high-speed Internet access (fee charged)
  • Flat panel television (HDTV)
  • Work desk
  • Coffeemaker
  • Iron
  • Hairdryer
  • In-room safe

Plaza Petite amenities feature:

  • One full-size bed
  • Availble high-speed Internet access (fee charged)
  • Flat panel television (HDTV)
  • Coffeemaker
  • Iron
  • Hairdryer
  • In-room safe

FOOD & DRINK

Boston Park Plaza Hotel's reputation as Boston's premier Dining destination continues to grow with its 8 Boston Restaurants & Lounges on site:

  • McCormick and Schmick's (best Happy Hour in Boston, great dinners, and one of the city's best raw bars)
  • Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar (finest aged prime beef plus an award-winning wine list, featuring 100 wines by the glass and a world-class reserve list)
  • Smith & Wollensky (the only national steakhouse to dry-age and butcher on site, fly in lobster daily and make sides and pastries by hand)
  • Au Bon Pain (fresh salads & sandwiches for dining in or taking on the go)
  • The Melting Pot (a 4 course dining experience including cheese fondue, salad, entree and dessert)
  • Statler's Lounge (take a step back in time and enjoy this classic piano bar setting, featuring vintage cocktails & casual fare)
  • Finale (sensational dessert experiences)
  • MJ O'Connor's (eclectic Irish food & spirits...one of Boston's best pubs)
  • In-room dining (available 6:00am - 2:00pm & 3:00pm - 11:00pm daily)

ADDITIONAL HOTEL INFORMATION

  • Check-In: 3:00pm
  • Check-Out: 12:00 noon
  • Valet parking ($48/nt)
  • Pets accepted ($50 cleaning fee per stay)
  • 24-hour business center & fitness center
  • 100% smoke-free property

THINGS TO SEE & DO

Boston Common
Originally owned by William Blackstone, who came to Boston in 1622, this Boston historic area is America's oldest public park. Situated on 44 acres of open land, it was used as a common pasture for grazing cattle owned by the townspeople of Boston. This Boston historic site later became a training field for the militia and was used as a British Army camp during the occupation of Boston. Over many generations, the Common has been the site of hangings, duels, public celebrations and spirited oratory. Now it hosts squirrels, pigeons, and plenty of neighborhood dogs from the fashionable addresses of Beacon Hill.

Bunker Hill Monument
The Bunker Hill Monument stands 221 feet tall at Breed's Hill, the site of the first major battle of the American Revolution fought on June 17, 1775. Control of this high ground near the harbor was important to the British occupation of Boston. When colonial forces chose to fortify Charlestown, they bypassed the more dominant "Bunker Hill" and dug in on Breed's Hill which was lower and closer to the water.

Faneuil Hall/Quincy Marketplace
It's the seat of American history and the site of one of America's most famous shopping and dining experiences. Located in the heart of downtown Boston, Faneuil Hall Marketplace combines the glories of the past and vitality of the present, with 49 shops, 44 pushcarts, 18 full service restaurants, and 35 food stalls. First built in 1742, Faneuil Hall sits at the site of the old town dock. Town meetings were held here between 1764 and 1774, and patriots such as, Samuel Adams and many others lead their cries of protest against the imposition of taxes on the colonies. In the heart of Boston, Faneuil Hall Marketplace is adjacent to historic Faneuil Hall and is bordered by the financial district, the waterfront, the North End, Government Center and Haymarket. It is a well-traveled part of Boston's "Freedom Trail." There are more than 100 places to eat, shop and drink at Faneuil Hall Marketplace also known as Quincy Market. French merchant Peter Faneuil gave the hall that precedes the marketplace to his adopted home of Boston in 1742. It has been called the "Cradle of Liberty" because of the number of revolutionaries and abolitionists who delivered important speeches here. The hall is now a tourist center, but public meeting facilities are still available.

Freedom Trail
The Freedom Trail is a red (mostly brick) path through downtown Boston, Massachusetts that leads to 16 significant historic sites. It is a 2.5-mile walk from Boston Common to Bunker Hill Monument in Charlestown. Simple ground markers explaining events, graveyards, notable churches and other buildings, and a historic naval frigate are stops along the way. Most sites are free; Old South Meeting House, Old State House, and Paul Revere House have small admission fees; while others suggest donations. The Freedom Trail is a unit of Boston National Historical Park and is overseen by The Freedom Trail Foundation.

Paul Revere's House
This wooden structure, dating back to 1680, is downtown Boston's oldest building still in existence. Paul Revere purchased it in 1770 when he was 35 years old. He paid 53 pounds, 6 shillings and 8 pence with a mortgage of 160 pounds. Revere was living at this house the night he set forth on April 18, 1775 to make his momentous ride to Lexington that would be immortalized by Longfellow's famous poem Paul Revere's Ride. At any given time during his residence Revere would have shared this house with his mother, and between five and nine of his children (he had 16 in all) and one of his wives. The first, Sarah, died following the birth of her eighth child and Rachel, the second, bore him another eight. For most of the 19th Century the home served as a rooming house and tenement for Irish, Jewish, and Italian immigrants who lived in the North End.

GETTING HERE

Logan Internation Airport (airport code: BOS) is located 3 miles from the property. There are 3 options for travel to the hotel:

  • Airport Cab Service
  • Boston's Subway: The "T" – Boston Park Plaza is located at the Arlington Stop (Green Line) and Back Bay Stop (Orange Line).
  • Ultimate Shuttle - $17.00 per person, one-way. Reservations are recommended by calling: (888-437-4379). Shuttles pick up automatically every 30 minutes from 6:30am to 5:30pm at each airport terminal outside of Baggage Claim, under the "Shared Van Pick-up" sign.

Need-to-know

  • This offer is sponsored by Preferred Hotel Group and not the hotel. Please contact TripAlertz with any questions regarding this offer. Do not contact the property directly.
  • Prices are hotel only for two guests
  • A 2-night minimum stay is required
  • Hotel tax is included in your TripAlertz rate
  • Airfare / transportation to the resort is not included
  • Travel is valid through December 23, 2014
  • Availability is limited and blackout dates apply
  • Reservations are non-transferable, non-refundable, and cancellations are not permitted
  • Date changes MAY be available at least 72 hours prior to arrival for a $25 fee and are subject to availability plus any rate differential by calling TripAlertz at (888) 4-ALERTZ (888-425-3789)

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