News on Release of “Bulls & Bears” Package.

Book your reservation today!

Book your reservation today!

BOSTON, Mass. – October 8, 2008 – With the restructuring of Wall Street weighing on everyone’s mind, The Colonnade Hotel, located in the heart of Boston’s fashionable Back Bay, wants to give its guests the opportunity to engage in one market wager with a virtually nonexistent downside. Regardless of the market’s performance at the end of the day, guests will still see a monetary gain in savings off their regular room rate.

Now through March 31, 2009 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. 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 and overnight parking. This package is subject to applicable taxes and availability.

For more information or to make reservations please call 1 (800) 962.3030 or visit


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