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Fairmont Copley Plaza offers holiday deals

Posted by Paul Kandarian  December 7, 2011 07:43 AM

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Want to stick close to Boston over the Christmas holiday? The Fairmont Copley Plaza has a few seasonal deals it is offering to keep folks, and their spending dollars, in the Hub.

The Fairmont's "Twelve Days of Christmas Package," which runs Dec. 14-30, includes a night's stay at the hotel, a "Sleigh Ride: A Traditional Holiday" CD from the Boston Pops, and late check-out of 4 p.m., with rates starting at $239 a night.

New Year's Eve revelers can do the Fairmont First Night package, which includes two nights, Dec, 30 and 31, and two First Night Boston buttons that provide access to all activities in the city, with rates starting at $279.

You can ramp it up with the Fairmont's New Year's Eve gala package, with rates starting at $779 that includes a room for the night and a five-course dinner for two in the hotel's famous Oak Room, with live entertainment and dancing later in the Oak Bar.To book or for more information, visit www.fairmont.com/copleyplaza or call 617-267-5300.

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