Published on : Tuesday, April 29, 2014
It’s time to make a fast break for Boston! Explore the city in grand style with Porsche on the Park offer atFour Seasons Hotel Boston as the Boston Public Garden is at the peak of spring colour.
Available from May 10 through June 7, 2014, the exclusive Porsche on the Park package offers guests the following amenities:
Luxury Senator Suite accommodations;
A welcome amenity of German beer served from Four Seasons beer cart into traditional
glasses, right in one’s luxury suite;
The chance to cruise Boston in style with a two-hour, unescorted test drive in a choice of four Porsche vehicles – including the new Panamera S E-Hybrid luxury sedan, the 911 Carrera S Cabriolet sports car or the Cayenne GTS sport utility vehicle – courtesy of
Porsche Cars North America;
And an exquisite basket filled with an elegant Bavarian picnic and a specialty Porsche blanket for a picnic in the Park and a Boston road trip adventure.
Restrictions apply – no test drives on Tuesday; car reservation times based on availability.
Picnic on the Park Founded in 1634, The Boston Common is the oldest public park in America, and its groomed, formal cousin, the Boston Public Garden, is the first public botanical garden in America. Celebrated for their extraordinary history and beauty, both famed public spaces are centrepieces of the City and draw visitors from all over the world to see their glorious springtime splendour. Replete with leafy trees, exquisite flower beds, sculptures and memorials, myriad fountains and Swan Boats tracing their tranquil course around a serpentine pond, the Common and Public Garden are definitive New England picnic destinations, and have hosted famous visitors from Generals Washington and Lafayette to Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. and Pope John Paul II.
Take a Spin in a New Porsche Along Favourite Boston Day Trips
Four Seasons Hotel Boston Concierges have teamed up with Forbes Travel Guide to offer guests suggested local drives, highlighting the best of Boston. Guests can cruise the city in style, whether combining the history of the American Revolution and American literature with a trip to Lexington and Concord; driving to Cape Anne along scenic route 127, replete with nautical towns and great ocean views; or taking jaunt to Cambridge, offering lovely views of the Charles River and a host of notable stops around Harvard University.
In addition to its proximity to the Boston Common and Public Garden, Four Seasons Hotel Boston is just steps away from the city’s best attractions: the historic Freedom Trail, chic Newbury Street, the buzzing Theater District and notable Beacon Hill. There’s so much to do and see right outside the Hotel’s front door.
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