Be at the center of it all in one of the most chic areas Boston with a luxurious stay at Mandarin Oriental Boston.
Shopping, cultural venues, entertainment, public transit, business institutions and more are just steps away from the recently renovated Five-Star hotel located in Boston’s Back Bay. The Mandarin is a prime location for visitors wanting to be in the midst of the city’s finest retail. It neighbors the Prudential Center , an enclosed shopping mall within the mixed-use Prudential Center complex in the heart of Boston.
The hotel itself combines classic New England elegance with refined Oriental touches. The property is steeped in the values of the Orient with classic features and practicality throughout.The property recently underwent a $15 million renovation to reflect an opulent residential experience and was recognized as one of TripAdvisor’s Top 10 Hotels in the U.S. for 2021. The hotel features 148 of Boston’s most spacious guestrooms and suites. It provides meeting and event facilities and above all an accommodating staff are warm and welcoming.
The Boston property is part of the Mandarin Oriental Group, an acclaimed collection of luxury hotels, resorts and private homes. Perfectly located in the world’s most prestigious destinations,
The suite experienced by Millennium Magazine offered the comforts of home. Beautifully designed, furnishing were carefully selected, with each being very distinct, yet harmonizing. The suite on the top floor was roomy, with a comfortable king-size bed, a velvet chaise lounge, windows with a new of downtown Boston, and a large walk-in closet. The mini-bar in the hall is cleverly disguised as a credenza, hiding a fridge stocked with an assortment of beverages, and shelves stocked with a variety of snacks like gummy bears and chocolate covered almonds.
A work desk with an office chair and dedicated lighting is near the window for those who need to work. A large widescreen TV and a Bluetooth accessible speaker are provided for entertainment. In the bath, the floors and walls are made with a dark orange marble, while the garden tub, stand alone shower and toilet are separately divided making the bath just as roomy.
Visitors wouldn’t feel confined in the suite and are certain to have a relaxing stay, with room service quick to respond to requests and 24-hour room dining service. However, a glance out the suite window below onto Boylston Street will move visitors to want to experience the buzz that is Boston!
Diners can experience the Chef Gordon Ramsay culinary journey, for the hotel earlier this year, welcomed Ramsay’s Kitchen, the all-new dining concept by multi-Michelin-starred cook.
In his first Boston restaurant, Ramsay’s Kitchen serves up the chef’s classics like Beef Wellington, local fare like Bouillabaisse, and dishes influenced from all over the globe. There is a robust wine list and an exquisite dessert selection. Guests are also welcomed to use the hotel’s in-room dining service 24 hours daily.
After a few rounds of drinks and dining, one may want to mind their health and wellness and for that the hotel has a holistic spa and a state-of-the-art fitness center. The fitness center is very well equipped with a variety of state-of-the-art, quality equipment. One wouldn’t need to worry about breaking their workout routine during a stay with the assortment exercise stations. Towels, drinking water and fruit are provided complimentary.
The hotel offers guests complimentary coffee each morning from 6:30am-10am in the lobby.
The drive to Boston from Manhattan is just under 4 hours. By air, its a 45-minute flight from LaGuardia with the hotel just a short 15-minute drive from Logan International Airport.
Mandarin Oriental Boston is located at 776 Boylston St, Boston, MA, 02199. For reservations click here: Mandarin Oriental Boston.