2021 LAVER CUP
TD GARDEN, BOSTON SEPTEMBER 24 - 26, 2021
Experience a unique tennis tournament like no other! Read on to find out how the tournament works!
Onsite host who is continuously available to answer questions or help in any way needed
Lower level seats for Five Laver Cup sessions
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Total Cost per Person (all Lower Level seating!)
Single occupancy: $4,459
Double occupancy: $3,559
Triple occupancy: $3,192
Quad occupancy: $2,959
- 4 nights at the Boxer Hotel, central Boston, only two minutes’ walk to the TD Garden Arena! Check in Thursday September 23; check out Monday September 27
- Breakfast daily included at the hotel
- Welcome social with lots of insider tips with your host Thursday afternoon
- Join your host on a fun tour around the city of Boston on Thursday evening, seeing local landmarks and river views while enjoying some of Boston’s best craft beers!
- Group dinner on Thursday evening with your host at Riccardo’s one of Boston’s best Italian restaurants – dinner, wine and beer included!
- Lower Level Seats for five Laver Cup sessions:
- Friday day (2 singles) and night (1 singles, 1 doubles) sessions September 24
- Saturday day (2 singles) and night (1 singles, 1 doubles) sessions September 25
- Sunday day (4 matches, 3 singles 1 doubles) session September 26
- Mac Sports Travel host, tennis fan and city guide
- All taxes and service fees
- Round trip air, dinners, tours, play tennis, evening entertainment, pre or post trip
- SPECIAL ADD-ON to the Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport Rhode Island – including two nights hotel, with tour of the Tennis Hall of Fame and Mansions Tour of Newport – ask for details!
TD GARDEN, BOSTON SEPTEMBER 24 - 26, 2021
Boston, one of the greatest sports cities in the world, will host the Laver Cup at the famous TD Garden from September 24-26, 2021.
Sports fans worldwide keenly follow several major league sports teams from the Massachusetts’ capital including the Boston Bruins (ice hockey), Boston Celtics (basketball), Boston Red Sox (baseball) and the New England Patriots (football).
The structure is like to The Ryder Cup – the most exciting event in golf! Four of the six tennis players will qualify based on their ATP singles ranking as of the Monday following Wimbledon. Two are “captain’s picks” announced on the Monday after the US Open. Every day four matches will be played- three singles and one doubles. If the competition is tied after all twelve matches, a tie-breaking doubles match will determine the winner. Each match win will be worth one point on Friday, two points on Saturday, and three points on Sunday. The team with the highest amount of points will win the Laver Cup.
We are excited to provide the following 4-night Laver Cup package. Contact Carlos McCracken or Michael Jeffs to help customize your Laver Cup trip at 704-814-6801, toll-free 888-862-7668, or firstname.lastname@example.org
Top 5 Reasons to Visit Boston
If Boston locals and tourists can agree on one thing, it’s that Beantown is one of the best cities in the world. Even those who live in the city year-round can admit to enjoying the history, sports culture, and delicious foods of Boston. If you haven’t been to Boston yet, here’s why you need to add it to your itinerary!
1. Historic Sites Galore
Boston is a hub for American historical sites. The American Revolution started right here in Boston at the Boston Tea Party. Taking a tour of the Freedom Trail allows you to visit the site of the Boston Massacre, the Paul Revere House, the USS Constitution & more all in one afternoon. Boston is also home to the Bunker Hill Monument, Washington’s Headquarters, and various historical burial grounds. Whether you’re a US history buff or know very little on the topic, there are plenty of tours available to make sure you see the city’s historical highlights!
2. Delicious Food Options
Boston is home to a diverse selection of dining options. The North End offers authentic Italian cuisine, including the renowned cannoli selection at Mike’s Pastry. Chinatown is within walking distance from the North End or Downtown! The famous Faneuil Hall is the largest food haul you will find throughout New England and beyond. This spot also offers shopping, as well as entertainment & dining specials throughout the seasons.
3. Boston Sports Culture
Did you know Fenway Park is the oldest ballpark in America? Stop by for a game and a Fenway Frank if you’re in the city during baseball season. Grab a seat on the Green Monster and don’t forget the words to Sweet Caroline! The Boston Marathon Finish Line on Boylston Street is another site to see year-round. The marathon began all the way back in 1897, but the yearly event brings the city together with pride more than ever since the 2013 attack that created the unity phrase, “Boston Strong.”
4. Contrasting Architecture
Boston has a striking combination of classic architecture and modern skyrises, and it is truly a sight to see. The cobblestone streets are home to quaint brownstones, and rows of historic buildings in areas including the North End. The top of the Prudential Tower is the spot for views of the modern glass skyscrapers of the city. Boston is the city where you can truly see a timeline of history come to life.
5. The Charles River
The Charles River is a breathtaking sight from the riverbanks, but what’s even more amazing is seeing the city from the water. Cruising along the Charles allows you spectacular skyline views of Cambridge, MIT, Harvard, the Prudential Building, and so much more. Set sail on a boat cruise to sit back, relax and take in the views while sipping a cold refreshing drink!
Although there are so many possible options for what you could do in Boston, those are our top five.
The Boxer Hotel
Built in the 1800s, this boutique hotel is located in Boston’s historic Bulfinch Triangle. This unique property offers contemporary guest rooms, free bike hire, and on-site dining at Finch Restaurant. TD Garden, a sports and entertainment arena, and North Station are both just 2 minutes’ walk.
Decorated in earthy tones and featuring modern industrial furnishings, the rooms at The Boxer Hotel include a work desk, a mini-bar, a flat-screen cable TV, an iHome docking station, and a Keurig coffeemaker. The bathrooms have custom-designed vanities.
Guests have access to free WiFi throughout this restored 19th century flat-iron building. A well-equipped gym and a business center are also available at The Boxer Hotel Boston.
The Finch Restaurant serves modern American cuisine and locally inspired dishes. Breakfast, dinner and cocktails are available throughout the week.
The Boxer Hotel sits in the heart of downtown Boston, one of the nation’s oldest cities. An intellectual hub surrounded by renowned universities as well as a diverse city with a strong immigrant past, Boston has an eclectic blend of history and culture to explore, all within walking distance from the hotel. Follow the Freedom Trail to discover sites such as Paul Revere’s House and Faneuil Hall, with a quick stop at Union Oyster House, Boston’s oldest restaurant, for some classic New England fare. From there, wander toward Beacon Hill and lose yourself within the narrow brick streets and stately Federal row houses of Boston’s most tony neighborhood. Spend the afternoon relaxing in Boston Common, or peruse the high-end boutiques of Newbury Street in Back Bay. Cheer on the Celtics at TD Garden before heading to the North End for some fantastic Italian eats. Whatever your fancy, this big-hearted city delivers it all.