A Look Inside the Top 5 Presidential Suites in Boston

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Boston’s top hotels are also home to some of the best rooms and views in the city. Here’s a look inside the top 5 presidential suites.



1 Ritz-Carlton, Boston Common

Located on the 12th floor of the Ritz-Carlton Boston Common, the 1,680 square foot presidential suite here comes complete with a luxe king bed, gas fireplace living room with floor to ceiling city views of the Boston Common and Beacon Hill, dining room table for eight and a separate library. Step one foot into the marble foyer and you know you have arrived. Every modern amenity has been accounted for here from the lit makeup mirror in the bathroom, separate powder room, Frette linens, Asprey bath amenities, a bath butler on hand to draw a bubble bath for you, three flat screen TVs, high speed Internet access and complimentary weekday morning car service.
10 Avery Street Boston, MA 02111

2 Mandarin Oriental

At the Mandarin Oriental located on Boylston Street, the top suite here is known as the Dynasty Suite. The one-bedroom Asian inspired suite is one of the city’s largest at 2,600 square feet. Amenities here include silk wall coverings, a Ploh duvet and pillows, a spa tub with separate shower, massive living room with fireplace, dining room with seating for eight, a pantry, wood-paneled study and even a private powder room. The Diptyque brand is the signature line of bathroom amenities. This suite stands out for its collection of contemporary artwork that lines the walls and high quality audio system. Also included in a stay at the Dynasty Suite is complimentary local car service.
776 Boylston Street Boston, MA 02199

3 Taj Boston

Located at the corner of Arlington and Newbury Streets, the Taj might have the toniest address in the city. The 1,540 square foot top corner presidential suite comes complete with an opulent living room, spacious dining room with floor to ceiling windows overlooking the Public Garden. The suite includes a smaller dining room table with seating for six, but also features a separate bar area next to the dining room as well as a service kitchen. As for amenities, think Frette bed linens, a plush feather bed sitting atop a four-poster king bed, marble bathroom with separate soaking Jacuzzi tub, a bath menu with services provided by a bath butler, upon request, and a Bang & Olufsen plasma TV with loudspeakers for an amazing entertainment system.
15 Arlington Street Boston, MA 02116

4 The Four Seasons

The Four Seasons knows the beauty of its location lies in its beautiful view of the Boston Common and adjacent Public Garden. The sixth floor Presidential Suite is the best place to show it all off. The 2,590 square foot suite has the largest dining room around with seating for 10 guests. There is a separate kitchen and a private balcony that offers sweeping views of the city. Come inside and relax in one of the sumptuous living room chairs listening to the surround sound entertainment system, play a few notes on the baby grand piano or prepare a light snack in the separate kitchen. When it’s time to retire at night, you will be sure to get a great night’s sleep in the luxe bed with down pillows. The hotel also provides complimentary access to more than 3,000 digital newspapers and magazines.
200 Boylston Street Boston, MA 02116

5 Boston Harbor Hotel

If you want to be on the water, there is nothing quite like the waterfront view from the Boston Harbor Hotel’s Presidential Suite. Located on the 16th floor at Rowes Wharf, this beautiful suite has a front row view to the Boston Harbor. Attention to detail is the focus here. Sure, you will find all of the modern amenities like a flat screen TV, dining room table for 10 and separate powder room, but the hotel offers some nice touches here such as fresh flower arrangements, personalized stationery and fruit and water refreshed daily.
70 Rowes Wharf Boston, MA 02110
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