Travel Deal: “Bee” Sustainable in Copley Square

Check into the Fairmont Copley Plaza and help support the city's pollinators.

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Bee Hotel / Photo provided by the Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel

The “Bee” Sustainable with Fairmont Package
Where: The Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel, 138 St. James Avenue, Boston, and other Fairmont locations across the globe
When: Through December 31, 2017
How much: 10 percent off the daily rate

You might not notice them on a stroll through Copley Square, but there are thousands of bees hovering overhead. They live in a “bee hotel” atop the Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel, helping to pollinate city plants and produce honey for the hotel’s Oak Long Bar + Kitchen.

Across the world, Fairmont Hotels & Resorts has opened more than 40 honeybee apiaries and wild mason bee hotels at its properties. To celebrate, the hotel group is offering a “Bee” Sustainable with Fairmont package at dozens of its locations. The package gives guests 10 percent off the daily rate, a $50 dining credit, plus a $10 donation to Pollinator Partnership, a nonprofit dedicated to protecting pollinators and their ecosystems.

A minimum two-night stay is required for the special. It’s available through the end of the year.

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Photo courtesy of the Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel