Accommodations

     

    Boston Park Plaza Hotel
    50 Park Plaza
    Boston, MA 02116
    Tel: 617-426-2000
    Main Website

     

     

    Meeting Hotel Information

     

    E.M. Statler opened the Boston Park Plaza hotel in 1927 as “The Statler Hotel.” Throughout its history it has served as one of the nation’s most iconic hotels hosting dignitaries, US presidents and Hollywood royalty. Following a landmark renovation in 2016, the hotel now offers guests all the charisma and deeply individual charm of a historic hotel with the effortless comforts of a new one. The location also provides incomparable proximity to everything that makes Boston a treasured destination: the Boston Common, Public Garden, Theater District and many of the city’s most popular historical sites. Guests also receive access to Lynx Fitness, an expansive and contemporary health club offering 20,000 square feet of space and the latest in cardio and strength training equipment.

     

    CGS is offering attendees a special meeting rate of $239 per night single or double occupancy. Please make your reservation by June 18.

     

    To reserve your room at the Boston Park Plaza hotel, please visit the group reservations page here or contact the hotel reservation line by telephone at 617-379-7129. To receive the special rate, please refer to the room block name: “Council of Graduate Schools Summer Workshop” when making your reservation.

     

     

    A 14.45% tax will apply to the rate. Note, the listed facilities fee of $25.00 ($28.74 inclusive of tax per room, per night) will be waived exclusively for all group reservations. The room rate will be available for three days prior to and after the meeting based on availability. Please make your room reservations as early as possible, reservation requests received after June 18 will be accepted by the Boston Park Plaza on a space-available basis.

     

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