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Celebrate The Year You Were Born


Celebrate The Year You Were Born as The Boston Park Plaza Hotel & Towers Celebrates Their Birthday.


Who:               The Boston Park Plaza Hotel & Towers is inviting you to help celebrate their 80th year with the “Pay Your Birth Year” Package. Book a one night stay at the elegant Boston Park Plaza Hotel & Towers and stay a second night with a rate that is equal to your birth year!*


What:              This exiting offer is the first of its’ kind. The rate of your second night will be equal to the last two digits of your birth year. If you were born in 1970, you only pay $70. The earlier you were born, the less you pay!


When:             March 16-December 30, 2008


Where:           Boston Park Plaza Hotel & Towers


Other:             First night rates range from  $169- $199 (depending on date of arrival)

To reserve a room, use rate code: BIRTH

For reservations please call 1-800-225-2008


About the Hotel

The Boston Park Plaza Hotel & Towers recently completed a $20 million room renovation that updated the technology and comfort of guestrooms while preserving the hotels historic integrity.  Built in 1927, the Boston Park Plaza Hotel & Towers is a member of Historic Hotels of America, and a recipient of Successful Meetings Pinnacle Award for delivering excellence in meetings. Some of the city’s top restaurants can be found at The Boston Park Plaza Hotel including Todd English’s Bonfire, Swan's Cafe, Whiskey Park, McCormick & Schmick’s and M.J. O’Connor’s – a restaurant to suit virtually every taste. With an unmatched location for business and leisure travel, this historic hotel is adjacent to the Public Garden with its Swan Boats and Boston Common. Boutiques, art galleries, restaurants and cafes along famous Newbury Street, are just one block away. Rich in history, the hotel today offers the same hospitality and service that has attracted United States Presidents, international business leaders and celebrities for the past 78 years.


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