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Tea-time discount at Hub hotel

Posted by Paul Kandarian  July 24, 2012 09:58 AM

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The Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel is running the "A Tale of Tea" package to mark the recent opening of the Boston Tea Party Museum, with rates from $259-$399 a night through Sept. 3. Included is the option at check-in of an upgrade to water-view room, in-room movie or free Internet. There are also Discovery Journals for kids, with local maps and suggestions for best sites around the city, two free Sam Adams night caps for adults and two herbal iced teas for kids in the Capiz Lounge; and free use of the health club and lap pool.

Book by visiting www.renaissanceboston.com or calling 800-228-9290 and using promo code ES7.

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