Weddings at MIT
The windowless, cylindrical MIT Chapel has been called one of the most extraordinary religious
buildings of our time. Dedicated at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology on May 8, 1955,
the structure was designed by Eero Saarinen to meet the needs of all faiths. It is one of the few
chapels in the country to be used for religious services by Catholics, Protestants, and Jews alike.
Structurally, there is complete separation of the interior from the exterior of the building. The
external design of the chapel consists of a solid brick cylinder standing in a seasonally filled
moat, while the inner space consists of a platform in the center of the moat; the congregation and
altar sit on top of the platform. Cut into the bottom of the exterior are irregularly shaped and
spaced arches, through which light from the moat is reflected into the chapel.
A gray, stained glass entryway leads in to the chapel, the centerpiece of which is a solid marble
altar placed in the center of a circular marble platform. A light-reflecting altar piece provides a
magnificent background to the altar, which receives natural light during the day and artificial
light at night through a circular glass port in the ceiling. Smaller pinhole lights interspersed
across the ceiling provide additional soft light. The altar is flanked on either side by fixed
wooden lecterns complete with reading lights.
Facing the altar are 115 austere ladder-back chairs with kneeling pads stowed beneath them for
the congregation. Gray metal folding chairs may be added to accommodate additional guests up
to a maximum of 160. However, seating count may vary depending upon the size of the bridal
party, the type of musical accompaniment, and any floral arrangements.
The chapel is home to an upright piano, and directly above the entrance to the chapel, a large
organ designed especially for religious services. It consists of 768 pipes, which are divided into
PEDAL, GREAT, and POSTIV. No part of the organ is enclosed. Two manuals and a pedal
board operate the organ; 12 stops and three couplers control its tonal color.
Bridal party preparations may take place in the hour and a half before the ceremony and can
occur in the basement of the chapel. Although there are no real dressing rooms in the space, the
lower level serves as a holding area for service principles and has a full-length mirror at one end.
Restrooms are located in the basement as well. The chapel is not equipped with an elevator, so if
anyone attending the event is disabled, it is important to note that accessible restrooms are
located in the Stratton Student Center at 84 Massachusetts Avenue, located directly across the
lawn from the chapel, and in the Religious Activities Center, located next to the chapel on the
corner of Massachusetts Avenue and Amherst Street. Wheelchair ramps are located on either
side of the gray stained glass narthex that leads into the chapel.
Institute policy dictates that the MIT Chapel can be used for weddings, memorial services,
bar/bat mitzvahs, and baptisms. To use the chapel, the applicant must be a member of the MIT
community (faculty, staff, current student, alumni, or MIT affiliate) or the child of a community
member. The chapel is non-denominational and serves all faiths; all ceremonies must be of a
religious nature and may not be officiated by a Justice of Peace.
Scheduling the Chapel
Events in the chapel must be scheduled and approved by the Campus Activities Complex (617-
253-3913). The office is located on the 5th floor (Room W20-500) of the Stratton Student Center
at 84 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge.
Interested parties must first call to check the availability of the chapel for the date and time that
he or she is interested in reserving for the ceremony. If it is available, the Campus Activities
Complex will place a tentative hold on the preferred date for 15 days and provide the couple with
an application. If after 15 days the requestor does not return a completed application with a
deposit for half of the fee, the reservation will automatically be canceled. A reservation is not
final until a completed application is returned and the appropriate fee is paid in full. Final
payment for the remaining half of the fee must be made in full at least one month prior to the
Three and a half hours are reserved for each service: an hour and a half before the start of the
ceremony for setup, one hour for the ceremony, and one hour after the ceremony for traditions
such as a receiving line or photographs and for any clean up.
Due to the busy schedule of the Chapel, it is imperative that time schedules are strictly observed
to avoid conflicts. The late appointment of one party could delay the events of others. Be sure to
discuss any additional time required beyond the three and a half hours that will be scheduled by
the Campus Activities Complex. CAC must approve any change in the date and/or time of the
$200.00 – Current MIT students
$425.00 – Current faculty/staff members, alumni, and retirees
Receptions (see room descriptions below):
Major event spaces $152/hour
Midlevel and outdoor spaces $37/hr
A deposit of half of the fee is due 15 days after the reservation is made. This deposit is non-
refundable. The remaining half is due one month before the event. Checks should be made
payable to “MIT” and mailed to:
Campus Activities Complex
MIT, Building W20-500
84 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02139
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Cancellations must be sent in writing at least 1 month prior to the scheduled date or the
remainder of the Chapel fee is forfeited.
The Chapel is available for a two-hour rehearsal at no additional charge. Please speak with the
Campus Activities Complex about reserving time in the Chapel.
Chapel Support Services Provided by the Campus Activities Complex (CAC)
The Campus Activities Complex will discuss logistical arrangements with the clients prior to the
ceremony. Discussion may include the need for extra folding chairs; whether there will be an
organist, soloist, or other musicians present; the number of individuals in the bridal party; and
the placement of any floral arrangements.
A CAC representative will meet with the couple on the rehearsal date (if applicable) and again
on the actual day of the service. These individuals can answer any last minute questions, assist
with setup preparations, and in general be a resource to make the event go off without a hitch.
It is the responsibility of the client to engage a member of the clergy for the service. This clergy
needs to be licensed by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to perform legal weddings. If your
clergy is not a MIT Chaplain, we will need a copy of the license.
Out-of-state clergy who are performing weddings must register with the Office of the Secretary
of State at the State House in Boston, Commissions Section, (617) 727-2836. If the clergy
member does not register, the wedding will not be a legally-binding ceremony. The Campus
Activities Complex must receive a copy of this registration prior to the wedding ceremony.
If requested, the MIT chaplains are pleased to be of service. Please be aware that reserving the
chapel, however, does not automatically enlist the services of one of the Institute chaplains nor
does it authorize the use of their prayer books or religious items. If the client desires the services
of one of the MIT denominational chaplains, he or she will need to consult with that particular
chaplain to verify availability.
The various denominations may have unique concerns or restrictions regarding services. The
chaplain of each denomination will be able to advise couples concerning these requirements and
any formal preparations for the ceremony. The following MIT chaplains are available for further
information. If the services of a religious tradition other than those listed are required, one of the
chaplains below will be glad to be of assistance in contacting an appropriate religious clergy
American Baptist: Rev. John Wuestneck 617-253-1780
Assemblies of God: Rev. Michael Olejarz 617-253-2327
Baptist: Rev. Michael Dean 617-253-2328
Buddhist: Ven. Tenzin LS Priyadarshi 617-324-6030
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Campus Crusade for Christ; Rev. Michael Bost
Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints: Thomas Chapman 617-547-6188
Episcopal: Rev. Amy McCreath 617-253-2983
Intervarsity Christian Fellowship: Kevin Ford 617-252-1782
Jewish: Rabbi Ben Lanckton 617-253-2982
Rabbi Gershon Segal 617-253-2982
Miriam Rosenblum 617-253-2982
Lutheran (ELCA): Rev. Johanna Kiefner 617-253-2325
Muslim: Suheil Laher 617-663-3473
Orthodox Christian: Father Antony Hughes 617-547-1234
Presbyterian: Rev. John Wuestneck 617-252-1780
Roman Catholic: Father Richard Clancy 617-252-1779
United Christian Fellowship: Kevin Ford 617-252-1782
United Church of Christ: Rev. John Wuestneck 617-252-1780
United Methodist: Rev. John Wuestneck 617-252-1780
Vedanta Society: Swami Tyagananda 617-253-2327
Cyrus Mehta 617-253-2327
The offices of the chaplains are located in the lower level of the Religious Activities Center
(Building W11), which is located at 40 Massachusetts Avenue.
It is the responsibility of the client to make arrangements for any flowers that he or she wishes to
have in the chapel. The following florists are all located in close proximity to the Chapel:
Central Square Florist 617-354-7553 www.csflorist.com
Coady Galgay Florist 617-547-9096
Flowers by Sal 617-354-7992
Plant Works Florist 617-661-6363
University Florist 617-492-5700
Winston Flowers 800-457-4901 www.winstonflowers.com
When speaking to the florist, be certain to confirm what time they will be arriving to set up and
inform the Campus Activities Complex. Also, if renting a white runner from the florist, please
note that it should be 60 feet in length. The width of the aisle depends upon the number of guests
attending. Two three-foot brown flower pedestals can be provided by the CAC for floral
arrangements. Please note on the application if you would like to use the Chapel flower
Music (Organists, Soloists, etc.)
Some couples elect to hire a musician for their wedding. It is the applicant's responsibility to
make all arrangements directly with the musician(s). When speaking with the person performing
the musical accompaniment, remember to mention any times his or her services will be needed
for a rehearsal. Also be sure to let CAC know the names of the musicians.
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The Chapel contains an organ and an upright piano which may be used for the service; a
harpsichord is also available with written permission from the MIT Music Department, which
can be reached 617-253-3210. A copy of this permission must be given to CAC.
When choosing organ music, CAC suggests leaving the decision to the discretion of the organist,
unless there is a specific song request. Renaissance, Baroque, or Classical period music is best
suited to the Chapel organ because of its “neo-baroque” design. Romantic and Contemporary
pieces are also possible; however, “popular” music (i.e. show tunes, rock, or movie themes) is
not effective and, therefore, is not recommended.
If a vocalist or a string quarter performs at the ceremony, please be sure to inform the Campus
Activities Complex of any needs the musicians may have, including music stands or a specific
arrangement of chairs. If a soloist is present, it is important to inform the organist and check to
see if additional rehearsal time needs to be arranged.
The following musicians may be available to perform at the ceremony:
Drew Halberstadt firstname.lastname@example.org
Joshua Lawton email@example.com 617-926-1042
Lee Ridgeway firstname.lastname@example.org 617-253-7727
Cynthia Whitney email@example.com 617-829-5434
Saffron Zomer firstname.lastname@example.org 617-309-8823
Joya Abbott-Graves email@example.com 617-253-3913
For no extra fee, couples may choose to reserve the Chapel Turnaround, a small loop of
driveway on Amherst Street between the Chapel and Kresge; it accommodates approximately 20
cars double-parked. It is often used only for attendants and immediate family. The Chapel
Turnaround must be reserved by special arrangement with the Campus Activities Complex when
the Chapel reservation is made.
Other parking options include the West Annex Lot on Vassar Street (which is available for free
parking on the weekends), metered parking along Massachusetts Avenue, or the public lot
located at the corner of Massachusetts Avenue and Vassar Street next to the Bank of America
ATM machine. Couples may also wish to contact the MIT Parking Office at 617-258-6510 for
other options; this office rents the Kresge Lot on Amherst Street behind Kresge Auditorium.
Picture-taking during the ceremony is at the discretion of the applicant. A professional
photographer, friend, or relative may be enlisted to take pictures of your ceremony and capture
the special moments. Couples are welcome to use the Chapel before or after the ceremony for
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picture taking. Please be sure that adequate time is reserved through the Campus Activities
Complex for this purpose. Below is a list of MIT photographers who may be able to assist on the
day of the wedding.
Clay Ward firstname.lastname@example.org
Antonio Pulsone email@example.com (617)930-1019 www.antoniopulsone.com
The Campus Activities Complex can provide wedding parties with the following items: two 18”
white candles, two 12” silver candleholders, a selection of three crosses, and white or brown
kneeling pads. To request the use of any additional items, please contact the appropriate MIT
Chaplain. Otherwise couples are welcome to bring their own.
Use of the portable wedding canopy, ark, and torah requires written permission from Miriam
Rosenblum (Jewish Chaplain/Hillel Director). She can be reached at 617-253-2982. A copy of
her written permission must be forwarded to the Campus Activities Complex prior to the date of
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Receptions with MIT’s Campus Activities Complex
The Campus Activities Complex offers several seasonally-available facilities on campus for
rehearsal dinners and receptions. Below is a list of spaces available to rent.
Major event spaces
These spaces are only available during college breaks, i.e., spring break, January break,
summer break. They cost $152 per reservation hour.
La Sala de Puerto Rico
(84 Massachusetts Avenue, W20-202)
La Sala de Puerto Rico is located on the second floor of the Student Center; it is 5948 square feet
with dimensions of 48’ by 124’. The room was dedicated in 1984 to Luis Alberto Ferré, a
member of the class of 1924 and the former governor of Puerto Rico. Today, La Sala is a
multipurpose room with hardwood floors; it is walled in on three sides by tall, stately windows
lined with evergreen curtains. The room comes equipped with a movie screen and dimmable
ceiling lights, as well as a portable stage which may be set up if you choose. A small pantry is
located next to the side entrance to the room; it may be used for storage for catering. Located
near the other entrance is the West Lounge, a small room which is sometimes used in
conjunction with La Sala; it is described below in the mid-level space section. The West Lounge
may be used as a coat room or dressing area for the bridal party. Set up with round banquet
tables, the Sala can hold approximately 400 individuals. CAC chairs will seat 320; for 321-400
guests, CAC will manage rentals at an additional cost.
Lobdell Dining Hall
(84 Massachusetts Avenue, W20-208)
Located on the second floor of the Stratton Student Center, across from La Sala de Puerto Rico,
this 5746 square foot dining hall with dimensions of 48’ by 124’ is an excellent reception space.
It is walled in on three sides by tall windows lined with heavy green curtains and light ivory
curtains, creating a bright, airy ambiance. Lining the edges of the room is a raised seating area
with green carpeting, which hems in the tiled terrazzo pit area. The tables and chairs in the center
of the pit may be pushed to the sides to create a dance floor. The raised seating area also
accommodates a small, built-in stage perfect for a DJ or the head table; it sits at the foot of the
stairways leading up to the north and south balconies, located on either side of the room. Each
balcony is 1121 sq ft. with dimensions of 45’9” by 24’6”. Lobdell is also equipped with a movie
screen and dimmable lights. In its normal dining configuration, the space can seat a maximum of
Morss Hall in Walker Memorial
(50 Memorial Drive, 50-140)
Steps from the Charles River and the picturesque Boston skyline is Walker Memorial, home of
Morss Hall, which is considered one of MIT’s most grand event spaces. The hall is 774 square
feet with dimensions of 82’ by 95’; its interior is framed with murals by Edwin Howard
Blashfield, MIT Class of 1869, and lined with twelve large columns which support balconies on
either side of the room. (The balconies are not for event use.) Screened porches flank both sides
of the room to overlook tennis courts on one side and one of MIT’s prestigious libraries on the
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other; the porches may be utilized between late April and late October. Behind the main mural is
a small servery available for catering use for an additional $50. Please note that there is no
kitchen equipment available; the servery is a preparation space only. When planning your
reception, it is important to realize that Morss Hall is not air conditioned during the summer and
is chilly during the winter months. Morss Hall has a maximum banquet style seating capacity of
These spaces may be reserved at any time during the year. They cost $37 per reservation hour.
Main Dining Room
(40 Massachusetts Avenue, W11-190)
This 980 square-foot dining room located in the Religious Activities Center (next to the Chapel)
is available on a limited basis after the needs of religious activities have been met. With its high,
modern ceilings and wall of blue and cream curtained windows, this bright room is often used
for rehearsal dinners. It has a permanent banquet-style setup and can accommodate groups of up
to 48 people. Its dimensions are 28’9” by 34’.
(84 Massachusetts Avenue, W20-307)
The Mezzanine Lounge is located on the third floor of the Stratton Student Center and has a
square footage of 1743, with dimensions of 42’ by 41’6”. Its walls are light blue and the
carpeting is dark gray. Because this room is carpeted, no dancing is permitted unless a dance
floor is rented to cover the carpet. Twenty Chimneys is equipped with a movie screen and a
balcony that overlooks Kresge Oval. With a banquet style set up, the space accommodates a
maximum of 120 guests.
Private Dining Rooms (PDRs) 1&2
(84 Massachusetts Avenue, W20-301 and 302)
Also located on the third floor of the Student Center, this space is actually two rooms with a
collapsible wall between them to accommodate larger events. When combined, they have a
square footage of 784 and dimensions of 30’10” by 50’10” and may serve as a reception room.
PDRs 1 and 2 are lined along one side with windows that look out on to the pathway behind the
Student Center; the rug is dark gray. Individually, each room may be used as a support space for
larger events taking place in Twenty Chimneys, the Mezzanine Lounge, and Lobdell. Because
the rooms are carpeted, no dancing is permitted unless a dance floor is rented to cover the carpet.
With a banquet table set up, the combined rooms hold 48 guests. Maximum capacity for a
standing reception is 50.
(84 Massachusetts Avenue, W20-306)
Twenty Chimneys is across the hall from the Mezzanine Lounge and is virtually identical to the
layout and appearance of that space. Because the room is adjacent to the South Lobdell Balcony,
it is sometimes used in conjunction with large events in Lobdell Dining Hall. Twenty Chimneys
is carpeted, and, therefore, no dancing is permitted unless a dance floor is rented to cover the
carpet. As with the Mezzanine, it is equipped with a movie screen and has a balcony that
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overlooks Kresge Oval. Twenty Chimneys is 1743 square feet, with dimensions of 42’ by
41’6”.With a banquet style set up, it can accommodate a maximum of 120.
(84 Massachusetts Avenue, W20-201)
The West Lounge is a 1014 square foot room with dimensions of 27’5” by 37’. The room is
adjacent to La Sala de Puerto Rico and is often used to support larger functions in that space. It
most often serves as a coat room, dressing room, or overflow room if there is not enough seating
in La Sala. West Lounge is carpeted, so dancing is not permitted unless the client rents a dance
floor. As with most of the other rooms in the Student Center, West Lounge is equipped with a
movie screen. West Lounge can accommodate a banquet-style set up of 48 guests.
CAC also reserves several outdoor spaces for receptions and ceremonies between April 1 and
November 1. These spaces all run at $35 per hour. When renting an outdoor venue for your
ceremony or reception, it is necessary to either place a tent rental or reserve a rain location. Any
equipment/furniture needed for outdoor events must be rented for an additional fee. Our outdoor
• McDermott Court (also known as the Dot) is the grassy area between Morss Hall and
the East Campus Dormitories; this may be used in conjunction with events in Morss Hall.
• Walker Lawn is located between Walker Memorial and the Libraries; this area may also
be used in conjunction with events taking place in Morss Hall.
• Kresge Oval is the grassy area situated between Kresge Auditorium, the Student Center,
and the Chapel.
• BBQ pits are located between Kresge Auditorium (W16) and Amherst Street near the
Kresge Parking Lot. There are four pits, each of which service approximately 50 people.
CAC will provide two tables per pit for food preparation.
• Fassett Garden is located at the corner of Amherst and Danforth Streets. The garden is
perfect for small, intimate weddings under 40 people.
Furniture, Equipment, and Rentals
CAC owns an inventory of furniture and equipment that can be set up for no additional fee.
Equipment and availability vary, so you will need to check with CAC to make definite set-up
plans at least one month prior to your event. In the instance where we cannot provide furniture
for you, we can help you arrange rentals. All tents and outdoor furniture must be rented. The
client will need to use his or her credit card to place the order.
According to Institute policy, certain functions must be registered. An event falls in this category
• alcohol will be served AND/OR
• attendance will exceed 100 (this does not apply to ceremonies in the Chapel)
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The Institute requires that the event host complete the registration form; this person must be an
MIT affiliate and hold a valid MIT ID card. When alcohol will be served, the event host must be
at least 21 years of age and have a valid Massachusetts Driver’s License, Passport, or
Massachusetts State Liquor ID. In signing the event registration form, the event host agrees to
not consume alcohol during the event and is responsible for following alcohol laws and
guidelines to ensure that the event is safe. 1
In addition to a signature from the event host, the registration form must also be signed by the
Campus Activities Complex, the Information Center, and the Campus Police. The event host will
be informed if additional offices, such as the City of Cambridge License Commission, must also
review the form. After all appropriate parties have signed the registration form, copies must be
returned to each MIT office that reviewed the form. The registration process must be completed
at least one month before the event. It usually takes less than half an hour to walk the form
around to the various offices. Please note that the MIT Police Detail Office closes at 3:00pm
each day and the Cambridge License Commission Office closes at noon on Fridays.
Some events that need to be registered require a police detail; this is determined by the Campus
Police when they review the event registration form. Fees are $48.09 per hour for one police
detail for a minimum of 4 hours. This fee is subject to change.
When alcohol will be served at an event, a professional bartending service must be hired and
must provide MIT with a copy of its liquor liability insurance policy. The number of bartenders
required is determined based on the number of guests. Please note that some caterers provide
bartending services and carry liquor liability insurance as well. Contact the MIT Information
Center, Building 7-121, at 617-253-4795 for more information.
In addition, a liquor license from the City of Cambridge is required if the event will have a cash
bar. For events with an expected attendance of 100 people or fewer, the license fee is $55 for
wine/malt and $100 for all alcohol. For events with an expected attendance greater than 100, the
fee is $75 for wine/malt and $120 for all alcohol. If a City of Cambridge one day liquor license is
required, the event host must go to the Cambridge License Commission offices at 831
Massachusetts Avenue after completing the MIT forms to gain the one day license.
Cancellations of reception spaces must be received at least a month before the event or the
deposit is lost. The deposit is due 15 days from the time the reservation is made.
Please note that under Massachusetts law, a party may be held liable for the injuries suffered by others if the host
knew or should have known that the guest was drunk and nevertheless gave/permitted the guest to take an alcoholic
drink and thereafter, because of the guest’s intoxication, the guest negligently caused injury to other. If the guest
who causes an injury is a minor, the host who served the alcohol or permitted alcohol to be served to the minor
might be held liable to others, even if the minor was already intoxicated when he or she was served alcohol.
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MIT offers catering services that may be utilized at wedding receptions. Clients need to contact
them directly to find out more information. Please be sure to inform the Campus Activities
Complex of who was chosen to cater the reception at least one month in advance. The
recommended MIT vendors include:
MIT Catering/Faculty Club (617) 253-4896
Tech Catering (617) 253-2735
Bon Appetite (617) 253-4952
Catering from non-MIT restaurants is permitted, although there is a $200 fee associated with
using a non-MIT caterer. If a non-MIT caterer will be present at the event, a copy of the caterer’s
one million dollar liability insurance policy must be sent to CAC.
Considerations for Guests
Clients need to remember that their event is one event taking place on a larger campus. There
may be several other events taking place at the same time; therefore, it is important for guests to
keep to the areas reserved for the wedding ceremony and reception.
Please also keep in mind that due to the busy nature of venues such as the Student Center, it is
important to carefully supervise any children in attendance. It may be wise to advise guests to
bring activities/entertainment for their children in order to keep them occupied during the event.
If guests will be arriving from out of town they will most likely need overnight accommodations.
These hotels/bed & breakfasts are all located a short distance from MIT; when housing guests,
keep in mind that hotels sometimes offer discounted group rates.
Boston Back Bay Hilton 617-236-1100 www.hilton.com
Boston Park Plaza Hotel 617-426-2000 www.bostonparkplaza.com
The Charles Hotel 617-864-1200 www.charleshotel.com
Colonnade Hotel 617-424-7000 www.colonnadehotel.com
Days Hotel 617-254-1234 www.dayshotelboston.com
Days Inn 617-254-0200 www.daysinn.com
Doubletree Guest Suites Boston 617-783-0090 http://doubletree.hilton.com
Eliot Hotel 617-267-1607 www.eliothotel.com
Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel 617-267-5300 www.fairmont.com/copleyplaza
Harvard Square Hotel 617-864-5200
Holiday Inn 888-890-0242 www.holiday-inn.com
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Government Center 617-742-7630
Logan Airport 617-569-5250
Holiday Inn Express – Cambridge 617-577-7600 www.hiexpress.com
Howard Johnson 800-695-8284 www.hojo.com
Fenway Motor Lodge 617-267-8300
Kenmore Motor Lodge 617-267-3100
Hyatt Regency Cambridge 617-492-1234 http://cambridge.hyatt.com
Inn at Harvard 617-491-2222 www.theinnatharvard.com
Kendall Hotel 617-577-1300 http://kendallhotel.com
The Lenox Hotel 617-536-5300 www.thelenoxhotel.com
Marriott Hotel 800-228-9290 www.marriott.com
Copley Place 617-234-5800
Residence Inn 617-349-0700
The Mary Prentiss Inn 617-661-2929 www.maryprentissinn.com
Radisson Hotel 617-492-7777 www.radisson.com
Royal Sonesta Hotel 617-491-3600 www.sonesta.com/boston
Boston Hotel 617-236-2000 www.sheraton.com/boston
Commander Hotel 617-547-4800 www.sheraton.com/commander
University Park Hotel at MIT 617-577-0200 www.hotelatmit.com
Westin Hotel Copley Place Boston 617-262-9600 www.westin.com/copleyplace
Congratulations! We look forward to helping you plan your special day!
The Campus Activities Complex
Phone: (617) 253-3913
Fax: (617) 253-8585
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