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BOSTON, Mass. – March 1, 2008 – With the stock market’s volatility impacting our portfolios daily The Colonnade Hotel, located in the heart of Boston’s fashionable Back Bay, felt it was time to give guests a welcome reprieve upon check-in. Instead of cringing at the closing bell guests will be rewarded whether the market closes up or down.   Now through June 30, guests reserving The Bulls & Bears Package Monday through Friday will receive a percentage off their room rate based on the 4:30 p.m. Dow Jones Industrial Average’s closing bell regardless of which way the market closed.  If the market finishes down, guests receive 20 percent off their stay; if the market is up the hotel will take 10 percent off making it a win-win for Bulls & Bears.   “Everyone waits for the closing bell to hear how severely their wallet was affected that day,” says Director of Sales and Marketing Christopher Lynn. “We thought it was about time our guests received some good news at that hour.”   Designed with the business traveler in mind, The Bulls & Bears Package includes a double occupancy room, in-room breakfast, high speed Internet access, an overnight shoeshine and parking.  This package is subject to applicable taxes and availability.   Business and leisure guests will appreciate The Colonnade’s full range of executive services such as a fully equipped business center offering secretarial, copying, mail and packing services as well as facsimile and multilingual translation service.  Having a problem with your laptop?  The hotel’s dedicated Director of Information Technology will be able to assist.  Need to print a last minute document for your meeting?  Wireless printing from a guest’s room to the business center enables you to print documents effortlessly.  Of course the hotel also offers same-day laundry service, 24-hour pressing and overnight shoe shines.    

Nestled in the heart of Boston’s fashionable Back Bay, the newly renovated Colonnade Boston Hotel is just steps away from many of Boston’s finest cultural venues, upscale shopping, restaurants, colleges and universities, as well as the Hynes Convention Center, making it an ideal location for both the leisure and business traveler.  After undergoing an $20 million redesign, the hotels new look is one of sophistication and comfort placing a high priority on environmental sustainability. The transformation encompasses renovation of all guestrooms, suites and public spaces, and introduces 21st century comforts and high-tech amenities that can be customized to the needs of discerning business and leisure travelers.   The Colonnade Hotel has provided genuine Bostonian hospitality to residents and visitors for more than 36 years. A beloved Back Bay landmark whose opening launched the neighborhood’s renaissance in the early Seventies, The Colonnade is home to the city’s only roof top pool, to the award-winning Brasserie JO, and to a host of recently remodeled function rooms and the hotel’s grand ballroom, providing the setting for many of the city’s memorable business and social events. The Colonnade is within walking distance of Newbury Street and many of Boston’s finest shops, museums, galleries, and landmarks including Hynes Convention Center, Symphony Hall and Fenway Park and is located just minutes from Logan International Airport. It is a member of Summit Hotels & Resorts and Concorde Hotels.  For more information or to make reservations please call 1 (800) 962.3030 or visit or


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