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Located in the heart of downtown Boston, The Langham Boston combines its rich history with all the features of a contemporary luxury hotel. Overlooking the gardens of Post Office Square, this four-diamond hotel is steps to Faneuil Hall, Downtown Crossing, New England Aquarium, North End, and the waterfront. It is also close to area's colleges and universities. The Langham Boston's Cafe Fleuri restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, in addition to daily afternoon tea, award-winning Sunday Jazz Brunch, and world-renowned Saturday Chocolate Bar.
The hotel has taken care to house all the needs for a regular guest while at the same time laying emphasis on its sprawling meeting rooms for business purposes. The usual features expected from a high-end InterContinental hotel can be found here. Its proximity to the airport also makes it an ideal stopover for frequent flyers. Drop by for first-class comfort and the 24 hour on-site restaurant too.
Ritz-Carlton Boston Common, like any other Ritz-Carlton, pampers its guests. The amenities and features are conducive to a good leisure stay. A range of luxury essentials await guests at the plush chambers. But business travelers need not fret; 10,000 total square feet (929 square meters) of meeting space catering to functions and conferences is in the offing. Also worth a look are packages for weekends and seasons.
Known worldwide for its opulence and luxury, Mandarin Oriental Boston offers five star accommodation and amenities. Located in the coveted neighborhood of Back Bay, the hotel is just steps away from prime shopping, dining and historic sites. The onsite spa was awarded five stars by Forbes magazine, and spans 16,000 square feet (1486.45 square meters), with five treatment rooms and two couples suites. Guest rooms and suites are just as impressive and feature marble bathrooms with deep soaking tubs, goose down linens, iPod docking station and much more.