Laver Cup FAQ
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Where will my seats be located?
Where do we get our tennis tickets?
How do we get from the hotel to TD Garden?
How does the Laver Cup work?
What's the difference between the hospitality options?
Do we have the same seats every day?
Is breakfast included in my package?
Can you get me tickets to a museum?
How do we get to Boston?
Is airfare included?
Who will I meet at the Welcome Dinner?
Is travel insurance available?
What is the weather like in Boston?
Depending on the package you purchase, you will sit in some of the best seats in each section. Our ticketing will take you as close to the TD Garden’s main court as you want. We have seating in row 1 (yes, the first row), rows 2–10, and rows 13–18 on both the baseline and sideline.
You’ll receive your tickets upon arrival in Boston at your Welcome Dinner. If you’re unable to meet us or do not have a dinner included in your package, let us know and we’ll make other arrangements with you.
If you’re staying at the Wyndham Beacon Hill or Kimpton Onyx, you’ll only be a short, 5–15 minute walk from the TD Garden. The Four Seasons is a bit farther away, but not to worry: transfers to and from the Garden will be available on tournament transport buses.
See the Laver Cup Official Hospitality page for more information on hospitality options.
You will be seated in different locations throughout your time at the Laver Cup Boston. Don’t worry, though—they’ll be a variety of the best possible locations in the level of seating you’ve chosen.
Breakfast is included in our travel packages staying at the Wyndham Boston Beacon Hill or at the Kimpton Onyx Boston. Breakfast is not included at the Four Seasons Hotel Boston, but coffee, tea, and breakfast pastries is served in the lobby from 5am – 9am daily.
Yes, we’re happy to build other tickets and activities into your package. Simply ask your Topnotch Tennis Tours agent for details and prices. If you purchase an add-on, you’ll put down a refundable deposit for tickets; our team will follow up with pricing and availability.
Topnotch Tennis Tours is based in Vermont, so we’ll be driving. But if you’re located farther away, simply fly into Boston Logan International Airport. It’s just over the channel from downtown and approximately 10–20 minutes from your hotel.
Airfare is not included in the package pricing. We wrote a blog post on how to book your own flights, since it’s the easiest and cheapest way to get your airfare. But if you’d like us to help you with your flights, we’d be glad to do so.
You’ll meet lots of people. The welcome dinner is a great opportunity to get to know your fellow travelers; we’ve had many friendships (and even a few marriages) sparked on our tours. You may also meet a special tennis guest. Some of our past guests include top players Caroline Garcia, Reilly Opelka, and the Bryan Brothers, as well as Hall of Famers Tracy Austin, Fred Stolle, and many others. This is also a great time to connect with your tour hosts.
It sure is. After booking, just take your invoice from us, present it to a travel insurance company, and protect your trip. We recommend working closely with the travel insurance provider you choose to ensure you have complete understanding of what they do and do not cover. You can also check out our GSTT Trip Protection option. With this option, you may cancel your trip with us for any reason for a full refund up to 14 days before the start of the event. Learn more in our Booking Policy and ask us about it!
You can expect weather from 60º–70º in September. Just be aware that Boston is on the water—it might get windy!