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Boston's Closest Hotel to Fenway Park

The Boston Hotel Buckminster plays home to thousands of Red Sox and baseball fans from the across the globe each season as members of Red Sox Nation flock to Fenway Park from April through October. No trip to Beantown is complete without a visit to Fenway Park and no hotel offers better access to the Green Monster, the Pesky Pole, and the seven-time World Series champion Red Sox than The Boston Hotel Buckminster. The Buckminster Hotel is the closest hotel to Fenway Park in all of Boston. From our Brookline Avenue exit it is only 152 paces to historic Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox. Walk out the lobby of the hotel and you are right in the middle of the excitement and energy that can only be found around the ballpark and in and Kenmore Square before and after any game.

BUCKMINSTER HOTEL, KENMORE SQUARE, NEAR FENWAY PARKMany of our guest rooms have a terrific view of Fenway Park or of Kenmore Square and the iconic CITGO Sign that has become as much of a part of Fenway as the Green Monster. We welcome all Red Sox Nation members and fans of Major League Baseball. We proudly offer any card carrying Red Sox Nation member a 10% discount off our room rates when made in advance (when occupancy is under 70% at time of reservation)

Whether this is your 100th visit to Fenway or your first, the Boston Hotel Buckminster is a convenient, comfortable and economical choice for any fan who wants to be in the middle of the Fenway Experience. Demand for rooms is quite high whenever the Red Sox are playing at Fenway, so make your reservations early by calling our toll free reservations hotline at 1-800-727-2825 or by clicking here.

Boston Hotel Buckminster and MLB History Intertwined

On a September day in 1919, bookie and gambler Joseph "Sport" Sullivan made his way through Kenmore Square and into the Boston Hotel Buckminster after the Chicago White Sox had defeated the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park 3-2 earlier that day. He was there to meet with Chicago White Sox first baseman, Arnold "Chick" Gandil. It was in one of the hotel's guest rooms that the bookie and the ballplayer hatched what would become one of the most infamous crimes in American history: the fixing of the 1919 World Series, now referred to as The Black Sox Scandal, that led to the banishment for life of eight ballplayers, including Shoeless Joe Jackson, the disillusionment of the American public, and the institution of the Commissioner system in Major League Baseball. It also led to the writing of "Eight Men Out", the 1963 book about the fixing scandal that was made into a movie with the same title in 1988.

The Red Sox offer a fantastic tour of historic Fenway Park each day, including game days. This is a unique opportunity to see Fenway Park like never before. A dream come true for any baseball enthusiast.

Adults $12
Seniors $11
Children (3-15) $10

Tours are fully handicap accessible. Please contact the tour office at 617-226-6666 for additional assistance.

9 a.m. - 4 p.m., every hour on the hour, or until 3 hours prior to game time.

50 minute walking tour of the ballpark, guided by an official Fenway Park Tour Guide. All areas are subject to availability.

For more information, visit the Red Sox at

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