Shop Till You Drop, Then Get Pampered at Boston's Newest Luxury Hotel

October 9, 2008 | By | Reply More
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Renaissance StaircaseShoppers on your mark…. it’s getting dangerously close to holiday shopping frenzy season.  Boston’s newest luxury hotel, the Renaissance Waterfront,  has just the enticement to make a shopping weekend in Boston an event to remember.  Dubbed the ‘Shopaholic Soothe and Savings’ package, guests receive top shopping tools at check-in; a Boston Entertainment Book ($30 value) containing discounts at shops, restaurants and attractions all across the city, a Faneuil Hall Passport of Savings booklet (with over $200 in saving coupons) and a Wrentham Village Outlet Savings Guide.  After spending the day shopping furiously around the city, it’s time for the ‘soothe’.  Guests are treated to a 50 minute massage for two.  ‘Oh yes…. get those throbbing toes!’  After spending a peaceful evening in a deluxe room, you’ll find breakfast included at the trendy 606 Congress restaurant the next morning.  The package prices at $499 per night and is available from now until December 30th (subject to availability and taxes of course).

Renaissance HotelFor those not yet familiar with the Renaissance Waterfront Hotel, let me fill in the frame for you.  The Renaissance is located in the Seaport District, just across the street from the World Trade Center and the Fish Pier, enjoying impressive views of the harbor.  The hotel has a contemporary design with a nod to all things aquatic.  And if you bring the kids along, you’ll be glad to know the hotel is within walking distance of both the Children’s Museum and Boston Aquarium.  For those without kids along, walk on over to the Harpoon Brewery, Contemporary Museum of Art and Boston Design Center.  A great location for fun in the city!

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