Guests Are Invited to Enjoy Food, Music and More as the Brookline Hotel Celebrates Its Grand Reopening and Supports an Important Cause
BROOKLINE, MA -- (Marketwired) -- May 11, 2016 -- While most people need one good reason to host a party, the Courtyard Boston Brookline has two. In addition to observing its grand reopening on May 17, 2016, this Coolidge Corner hotel has committed itself to raising awareness for one of the most important health issues today: autism. The result is a night that will showcase the best of local restaurants, artists and musicians while benefitting a cause that affects people across the world.
The fun begins before the party does. Guests are encouraged to wear blue as a sign of their support, and as they arrive at the Brookline hotel that evening, they will give literal meaning to what's been dubbed the Light It Up Blue Campaign.
Scheduled for 5 to 7 pm, the free event will feature a number of attractions. Live bluegrass music by The Broken Honey Jars will keep toes tapping, while art exhibits by local artists provide plenty of conversation topics. And the Brookline police motorcycle parked in the lobby, which guests can "ride" and use to "light it up blue" (via the flashers), promises to be another talking point.
In addition, guests will enjoy complimentary hors d'oeuvres provided by local eateries, a cash bar with special blue drinks on offer and tours of the beautifully designed new guest rooms. Attendees will be sure to see the ribbon-cutting ceremony as well, officiated by the hotel's year-round and beloved guest, Betty.
Attendees can try their luck with the raffle, or they can make their own luck at the silent auction. Honoring the hotel's location near Kenmore Square in Boston, many of the items up for bids reflect local hotspots. They include:
- Red Sox tickets
- College football tickets
- Dinner for two at local restaurants
- Gifts from local boutiques
- Deluxe car detailing by Uva's Auto Detailing
- Movie tickets
- A two-night stay at the Courtyard Boston Brookline with complimentary breakfast and parking
- A book of five passes for free day parking at the Courtyard garage
- Dinner or breakfast for two at The Bistro, located at the Courtyard Boston Brookline
Learn more about the event here or, better yet, join the fun and attend on May 17!
About the Courtyard Boston Brookline
Stretching eight stories into the Boston skyline, the Courtyard Boston Brookline welcomes visitors with renovated guest rooms and an ideal location for business and leisure. The handsome brick building houses 987 square feet of meeting space, a fitness center and an indoor pool. Guests can refuel at The Bistro where healthy breakfasts and Starbucks coffee start the day off right, and where savory dinners, cocktails, wines and beers let visitors unwind at the end of the day. The property's 188 guest rooms and suites feature high-speed Internet access, mini-refrigerators, large work desks and beautiful contemporary decor. The hotel's comfortable accommodations make it easy for guests to make the most of their stay, whether it's by catching a game at Fenway Park, touring Boston College or visiting the many nearby historic destinations.
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CONTACT: Courtyard Boston Brookline 40 Webster Street, Coolidge Corner Brookline, Massachusetts 02446 1-617-734-1393 http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/bosbl-courtyard-boston-brookline/
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