Boston Red Sox Suites

Boston Red Sox Suites

Fenway Park

Fenway Park, one of the last remaining classic structures in Major League Baseball, still boasts attendance numbers that are not only impressive, but consistently among the top of the league, despite a smaller capacity. In fact, The Red Sox hold the record for the longest streak of sold out home games with 820. This streak lasted from May 15th, 2003 to April 10th, 2013. There is no better location from which to view a game than a Red Sox suite. Renovations and upgrades have improved the stadium over the years, giving the ballpark a feel that connects this historic landmark of a baseball mecca with the modern day game. A Red Sox luxury box infuses the intensity of the game on the field with the comfort and style of a lavish environment.

There are over 40 luxury suites at Fenway Park and each one is a prized possession in the eyes of those watching a game from this vantage point. The comfortable seating is complimented with an elite catering department that manufactures some of the best food in baseball. This combination is sure to keep your guests impressed throughout the game. Call us today at 610-828-7407 to arrange for a luxury suite for your private or professional group.

Current owners of luxury suites at Fenway Park should contact today to inquire about partnering with us to market your suite for the events that would otherwise go unused. We would love the opportunity to offer your suite to our corporate clients in need of a space to host their next event at a Boston Red Sox game. For more information about what can do for you, please email us direct at

Book a Boston Red Sox luxury suite for the next home game!

There is, perhaps, no fan base in all of Major League Baseball that is more dedicated to their hometown team than those of the Boston Red Sox. Boston Red Sox suites are in high demand as the team has put together a great product on the field. And, though last season’s record of 84-78 landed them in third place in the AL East, the fans at Fenway expect this team to regroup and take back the title on their way to another deep postseason run.

Taking the field each night with the iconic “B” logo on their hats, Boston’s beloved baseball team has a rich history dating back to 1901. Adopting the name “Red Sox” after the 1907 season to make for more easily fitting newspaper headlines, this franchise won their first American League pennant back in 1903.

Winners of four World Series titles between 1912 and 1918, the Red Sox curse kept their next championship out of reach until 2004. Everyone in Boston can tell you about that fall playoff run as the Red Sox were down to their final out against their bitter rivals, the New York Yankees, before coming back to win in extra innings and then going on to take the next three games and the series. A sweep of the St. Louis Cardinals in the World Series sent Boston into elation. Two more titles would follow in 2007 and 2013, cementing this team as a modern day baseball dynasty. However, even more glory was to come for the Red Sox in the 2018 season as they racked up the most wins in a season in team history before breezing past the Yankees, Astros, and Los Angeles Dodgers to win another World Series.

Winning their fourth World Series since 2004, this incredible team gave their city another occasion to celebrate. Mookie Betts won the MLB’s Most Valuable Player while Steve Pearce won the World Series MVP after an incredible performance.

Part of the reason for their recent success has been their pitching rotation, which has been centered around David Price and Chris Sale. They set the tone for the rest of the ball club from the mound. However, a blockbuster offseason trade sent Price to the Los Angeles Dodgers along with former MVP Mookie Betts. These two players will be missed this year as Boston tried to reload with prospects. The rest of the lineup is stacked with players such as Jackie Bradley Jr. and Xander Bogaerts. Rafael Devers, Michael Chavis, and JD Martinez also make significant contributions for the club. There are no weak spots in this lineup.

The organization will choose a new manager for the 2020 season as the Red Sox and Alex Cora mutually agreed to part ways following news of Cora’s involvement in the 2017 Houston Astros sign stealing scandal.

Notable players to don the Red Sox uniform include Pedro Martinez, David Ortiz, Carl Yastrzemski, and two of the greatest players ever to grace the field in Babe Ruth and Ted Williams. For more information about the Boston Red Sox click here.

If you own a Boston Red Sox suite, we can market your luxury suite for the dates you choose not to use or are unable to attend.

This is a great opportunity to offset much of your suite expense which you incur each year. You have thousands of dollars just sitting there – no Boston Red Sox game should go unused.

Benefit from extra revenue with LuxuryVIPSuites while helping out a corporate group that needs to entertain clients at a game or concert in your Boston Red Sox suite.

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