Couples can tie the knot this summer at a luxury Boston hotel for $1,000.
Boston’s historic Fairmont Copley Hotel, which is currently closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, will reopen July 1 ready to marry those who don’t mind a very small ceremony and “appropriate social distancing.”
The hotel’s “We Still Do” wedding package includes an intimate ceremony with up to 10 people and the option to come back in 2021 for a discounted reception.
“Choose from our most sought-after ballrooms to bring your wedding to life now — love does not have to wait,” hotel officials wrote in a press release.
The package includes a ceremony in one of the hotel’s elegant ballrooms, exclusive access to additional ballrooms, the Presidential Suite, Fairmont Gold Lounge, and outdoor roof deck (pending availability) for photo opportunities, a wedding cake, sparkling toast, ceremony chairs, complimentary parking for the couple, and a 10 percent discount on a 2021 reception.
The bride and groom can pay extra to livestream the wedding for family and friends, bar service and passed hors d’oeuvres, and an overnight stay in a Fairmont suite with breakfast in bed as well as discounted rates for family and friends in attendance. Also, the couple who books the “We Still Do” package first will receive a complimentary overnight stay on their anniversary in 2021.
Couples can book the package between July 1 and Sept. 22. Those interested can email [email protected] or call 617-867-8562 for pricing and availability.