Hotel Commonwealth Has a New Deal for Ultimate Red Sox Fans
[Photo: Courtesy of Hotel Commonwealth]
Where do the Red Sox players hit the hay after a big game? Well, most likely, on beds made of money inside acre-size master suites at their multimillion-dollar mansions that seem straight out of MTV’s “Cribs.” (Cue: Mid-Aughties rap music, probably 50 Cent.)
The rest of us, meanwhile, may want to consider Hotel Commonwealth in Boston’s Kenmore Square. It was recently named the Official Hotel of the Boston Red Sox, and the property will be able to leverage this four-year partnership toward special guest packages. Those already announced start at $399/night, but you might need an MLB-sized paycheck to take advantage of the “Ultimate Bucket List Baseball Package.”
That one is a $2,495/night experience that includes an overnight stay in the Luxury Baseball Suite, 1940s-inspired accommodations boasting rare sports memorabilia, a DVD library of 40 baseball flicks, and views of America’s oldest ballpark. The package also gets a tour of Fenway, two front-row tickets to a Sox game, VIP on-the-field access to batting practice, and a photo with the 2013 World Championship trophy, among other amenities.
Basically, you get to live like a baller. In your suite dreams, anyways.