• Ames Boston Hotel Offers 5 Unique Experiences with "Find Your Boston" Program

     
    POSTED April 5, 2019
     
  • Ames Boston Hotel Offers 5 Unique Experiences with "Find Your Boston" Program

     
    POSTED April 5, 2019
     
  • Ames Boston Hotel Offers 5 Unique Experiences with "Find Your Boston" Program

     
    POSTED April 5, 2019
     

Ames Boston Hotel is giving visitors a custom experience of Beantown with "Find Your Boston" initiative. The program, which started last year, offers different curated experiences for each season. These seasonal experiences fall into five categories for every type of temporary Bostonian: adventurers, artists, foodies, historians and sports fans.

"It's important to us that our guests maximize their time in Boston and feel like they were able to experience the city in the best way possible," says Efron Aponte, director of sales and marketing for Ames Boston Hotel.

The experiences include premium or suite accommodations, a welcome amenity and pre-booked activities to ensure hotel guests get the most out of their time in Boston.

"Visiting a new city should be fun and relaxing, not stressful," Aponte says. "With each Find Your Boston experience, we take care of the planning so our guests don't have to stress over it. The experiences also come with a certain level of personalization that you don't get with most hotel packages."

Whether you're a foodie, sports fan, history buff, adventurer or someone who loves the arts, Ames Boston Hotel has a perfectly curated experience waiting for you, he adds.

"[Our guests] have taken to social media to share their experiences, and they have told our staff how much fun they have had. WE have really enjoyed hearing their stories, and we certainly hope that we can help curate more personalized Boston adventures as we expand the initiative," Aponte says.

Between the hotel accommodations, organized activity packages and stress-free, personalized experiences, Find Your Boston is a luxurious experience unlike any other tour experience in the area.

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