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Boston Park Plaza Hotel Welcome Runners And Spectators To The Boston Marathon
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The Boston Marathon is the oldest marathon in the country, and it draws some of the best long distance runners from all over the world. Boston Hotels prepare to welcome both runners and spectators. The Boston Park Plaza Hotel has impressive special offers to entice guests. View offer details > http://www.bostonparkplaza.com/specials
When: April 21, 2014
Where: Starts in Hopkinton, MA finish line at Copley Square near Boston Public Library
The very first Boston Marathon took place in 1897, and there were just 18 runners at the starting line. Now more than 20,000 people run this race each year. Even many who do not run make a special trip to enjoy this Event in Boston. The route is lined with 500,000 spectators who cheer the runners toward the finish line.
Those wishing to run must meet a minimum qualifying time and register during the enrollment period. The race always fills up soon after registration opens, so anyone planning to run needs to register early. One way to participate in the Boston Marathon without meeting minimum qualifying times is to join a group running for a charitable cause.
Being a spectator is almost as exciting as running the race. Even the Boston Red Sox join the fun by playing an early game on the day of this Event in Boston. The game ends just in time for fans to spill out of the ballpark and to cheer the runners on as they run the final mile.
Book your Guest Room at The Boston Park Plaza Hotel - A Boston Hotel, and make plans to attend the Boston Marathon - an historic Event in Boston.
About The Boston Park Plaza Hotel - A Boston Hotel:
Boston Park Plaza Hotel & Towers is part of the rich history that defines Boston as one of the most beautiful cities in America and a top travel destination. This Boston Hotel is located in Back Bay, one of the most beautiful areas of the City - just yards from Boston Common, America’s oldest Public Park.
This luxury Boston Hotel conveys class and elegance throughout its exceptional Concierge and Guest Services, 1,053 finely-appointed Guest Rooms and Guest Suites, premier Dining with 8 on-site Boston Restaurants including Melting Pot and the Statler's Lounge. Other Guest Services include a 24-hour Fitness Center, 24-hour Business Center, and 65,000 square-feet of exceptional Boston Meeting Space.
When you visit Boston, choose Boston Park Plaza Hotel & Towers - A Boston Hotel located close to Boston Back Bay and Boston Common Park.
Visiting Boston? Choose The Boston Park Plaza Hotel & Towers - view Guest Rooms & Suites here > or call toll free: 800.225.2008
Boston Park Plaza Hotel Tower is located close to many Boston Attractions like Freedom Trail and Boston Activities like Boston Shopping. A Boston Hotel with personal Guest Service. Reservations: 888-225-2008. For more information please visit: -http://www.bostonparkplaza.com
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