All year long, Boston beckons visitors from near and far with a careful blend of American history, clam chowder and cartoonish accents. From February 16-23, though, the offer will be even better than usual: As part of the first-ever Hotel Week Boston, the city is throwing in 30% discounts on stays at some of its finest hotels.
In line with past, similar initiatives rolled out across the country, Boston’s best—including icons like The Revere Hotel, Four Seasons Hotel Boston and The Liberty Hotel—will be offering massively discounted packages tailored specifically for Hotel Week guests. The Revere, for example, is offering 25% off room rates, complimentary Wi-Fi and free champagne upon arrival.
If that’s not enough, guests at participating hotels will receive access to exclusive deals at some of the Beanpot’s main attractions—perhaps better qualified as the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) and some other things. But still, what a time to visit Boston!
Here’s all you need to know about Hotel Week Boston:
- Hotel Week Boston website
- Full list of participating hotels (with discounts)
- Full list of discounted attractions (with discounts)
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