“Explorer’s Escape” to Fall Family Fun
Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel Offers Affordable Expedition For Kids in Need of a Back-to-School Break.
Boston, MA.- This fall, the Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel is inviting pint-sized travelers to embark on an “Explorer’s Escape” with the entire family to Boston. Adventure seekers will be able to take a break from the classroom and discover the new “Explore Trees Inside and Out” exhibit at the Boston Children’s Museum before taking a journey along the Freedom Trail for more fall foliage fun. Back at the hotel, voyagers can play in the pool before devouring seasonal cookies and milk at bedtime. Package components include:
• Deluxe overnight accommodations, one king or two double beds
• Four tickets to the new “Explore Trees Inside and Out” exhibit at the Boston Children’s Museum, beginning 10/3:
• Map of the Boston Freedom Trail
• In-room maple, pecan, cranberry cookies and milk for the whole family at turndown
• Complimentary use of the health club and lap pool
Rates start at $299/night and package is available from 10/3/2009 – 11/15/2009.
Reservations can be made at www.RenaissanceBoston.com by entering promotional code ZJL, or by calling 1-800-HOTELS1 and asking for the “Explorer’s Escape” package. Reservations must be made 72 hours in advance. Taxes and gratuities are not included and some restrictions may apply. This offer is not applicable to groups.
The Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel features 471 guestrooms and 21 suites, a sleek, water-inspired interior design, as well as full health club facilities and a sparkling lap pool. The hotel is within walking distance to many major attractions, including the Boston’s Children Museum, New England Aquarium, Institute of Contemporary Art and more and is conveniently located near downtown Boston and Logan International Airport. Executive chef Gregory Griffie, together with the creative direction of acclaimed chef and restaurateur Michael Schlow, helms 606 Congress, which features modern, American food with regional influences.
The Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel has over 30 environmentally friendly initiatives in place, ranging from main-switches controlling power in all guest rooms to a complete hotel recycling program and fifth floor green roof. The hotel’s recycling program alone has resulted in the reuse and composting of over 37 tons of material over the course of eight months, which is equivalent to saving 278 adult trees and preventing the use of 166,746 kilowatts of electricity.
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