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Travel deal of the week: Love & Lagers package at Renaissance Boston

Posted by Melanie Nayer  October 21, 2011 08:45 AM

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RENBoston.jpgThe Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel is putting the brew back into the, well, bedroom, with their new Love & Lagers package. The waterfront hotel in Boston's Seaport district already gives couples a reason to stay the night in the city, thanks to its creative concepts at 606 Congress restaurant and the cocktails at Capiz Lounge. Now, beer-loving romantics can enjoy the fall brews and some discounted room rates at the hotel.

The hotel, which will celebrate its 5-year anniversary next year, is located within walking distance from seaport favorites like the new Legal Harborside, Boston's Institute of Contemporary Art, and the legendary Harpoon Brewery. To celebrate the city's artistic types, the Renaissance Boston Waterfront also hosts weekly RLife events, which brings a bit of Boston-based entertainment to the hotel. The November RLife events includes Silhouette Rising on Nov. 4, Coffee Blue on Nov. 11 and Bad Rabbits on Nov. 19. Combined with the Love & Lagers package, RLife will quench your thirst for evening activities.

The “Love & Lagers” Package includes:

  • Tour of Harpoon Brewery for two
  • Take-home recipe from Chef Richard Garcia for Cheesy Oktoberfest Soup made with Harpoon’s seasonal Oktoberfest brew
  • Deluxe overnight accommodations and complimentary use of the health club and lap pool

For those unfamiliar with the burgeoning Seaport district, or those who only know the Seaport area because it's where the office is based, this package is a great opportunity to see what else lies on the other side of the bridge. The “Love & Lagers” Boston hotel package is available until Nov. 30, 2011, and rates start at $169 per night.

Reservations can be made online using promotional code ARN.

This blog is not written or edited by Boston.com or the Boston Globe.
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Melanie Nayer is a travel writer who spent many years in the newsroom before jetting off to see the world. Her goal is to bring readers the best insider information More »

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