A nod to our rich architectural history and prime location surrounding the American Revolution’s landmarks, Ames Boston presents the 1893
package. This unique package invites guests to discover Boston's most historic sites and structures throughout the city, including of course the unique history behind our own building, which was Boston's first skyscraper and was constructed in 1893.
The package includes:
Deluxe accommodations with an urban chic vibe, set by floor-to-ceiling windows, oak wood floors, reclaimed granite-topped vanities, decorative fireplaces, and views of the city.
Two Tickets to the Old Town Trolley Tours, a 100 minute fully narrated guide to Boston's history and sights
Two Tickets to the famed Old South Meeting House, known as the culminating point for the Boston Tea Party
Two Tickets to the Old State House, site of the Boston Massacre and adjacent to Ames Boston in the heart of Boston's Financial District.
A Complimentary Boston Visitor Information Kit including a travel planner, guidebook, map, pamphlets, and information about discounts on shopping, dining, attractions, and nightlife around the city.
package is valid from May 1st, 2014 to August 31st, 2014. Black out dates apply. Rates start at $369 per night.
About Ames Boston:
Located in Downtown Boston, Ames Boston Hotel is one of the country’s premiere luxury boutique hotels. Redefining urban chic, it has earned numerous awards and mentions, including a AAA Four Diamond property rating and a Condé Nast Traveler
“Hot List” selection. The hotel offers 114 guest rooms in total – with thirteen different types to chose from in total, including Corner Kings, Suites, Lofts and an Apartment. Rooms give visitors the feeling of being in an ultra chic downtown apartment rather than a hotel room with décor that is marked by sleek, modern furniture and an eclectic, minimalist aesthetic. The property’s nineteenth century history results in rooms with thirteen-foot ceilings, Romanesque arched windows, spanning from floor-to-ceiling, decorative marble fireplaces and oak wood floors. www.amesbostonhotel.com