In anticipation of tonight’s MLB All-Star Game (and, of course, after last night’s homerun derby), we’ve got America’s national pastime on the brain. Even though Boston is still mourning the loss of Kevin Youkilis to the White Sox, the city is in the process of celebrating the 100th anniversary year of Fenway Park – the nation’s oldest ballpark – and you can take advantage of it.
For the duration of the Red Sox’s 2012 season, Boston’s Hotel Commonwealth is offering guests Fenway Park 100th Anniversary Packages. They include overnight accommodations with direct views of Fenway, 2 tickets to the Official Fenway Park Tour and a welcome basket filled with plenty of game day snacks – you won’t have to talk anyone into buying you peanuts and cracker jack (and, we assure you, you WILL care if you never get back). The package runs from $339-479 per night, or if you’re really in the mood for some luxury, upgrade to the tricked-out Baseball Suite for $599-769 per night — Red Sox legend Johnny Pesky was the suite’s very first guest!
For more on some of America’s most beloved ballparks, check out our gallery of Baseball’s Greatest Stadiums.