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Boston — By Maria Olia on April 24, 2010 at 10:41 pm
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Best Bet: Boston Hotel and Red Sox Ticket Packages

Don’t strike-out and miss the opportunity to see the Red Sox play at Fenway Park  during your visit to Boston.It is extremely difficult to score tickets to a Red Sox game,  local fans buy up their seats in the winter, and ticketless die-hards are known to wait for hours at Gate E for the chance to buy a standing room only or obstructed view game-day ticket. Of course, these are all deep-pocket hotel and baseball packages . But we are talking about seeing the Red Sox play at historic Fenway Park!

The Millennium Bostonian Hotel (26 North St., Boston,  617-523-3600)(Map)offers a “Red Sox Game Day Package” from $459 that includes “superior plus”accommodations, two right field box tix, a Red Sox welcome bag with souvenir, and two $25 breakfast vouchers to the hotel’s highly-regarded North 26 Restaurant and Bar.

The posh Langham (250 Franklin St.,Boston 617-451-1900)(Map) has a  “Take Me Out To The Ballgame” package that features overnight accommodations and two right field box seats from $395. If you don’t mind the view from the cheap seats, the “Cheer from the Bleachers ” package includes overnight accommodations and two bleacher seats from $325.

Located in the heart of Back Bay and a nice walk to Fenway Park, The Boston Marriott Copley Hotel (110 Huntington Ave., Boston, 617-236-5800)(Map) does a “Summer Short Stop ” package from $249-$399 that includes 1 night accommodations and two tickets to a Red Sox game.

Image Credit: Boston Convention and Visitor’s Bureau

3 places are mentioned in this post!
  1. The Langham Boston overlooks the Post Office Square Park in downtown
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