Luxury At The Taj Boston For A L'il Traditional Decadence

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Taj Boston is a luxury hotel that joins The Pierre in New York and Campton Place in San Francisco as the U.S. members of Taj Hotels’ luxury division. Conveniently located, the hotel features 273 guestrooms, including 44 suites offering wood-burning fireplaces.

As a preferred social and business center, Taj Boston is noted for its fine dining in the AAA 4-Diamond rated restaurant The Cafe, Afternoon Tea in The French Room and cocktails in The Bar with live music playing, Chanel boutique in the lobby as well as state-of-the-art Cisco TelePresence Room, business and guest services. The latter is ideal for business travelers, particularly those who need to get connected with fellow executives in other parts of the world.

What is oh so Boston is that the Taj Boston has a traditional Fireplace Butler to light the wood-burning fireplaces.  The style of the place is traditional, elegant and decadent.

The rooms are equally conservative and traditional, so if you’re into a modern design, then this isn’t your pick.

The service is impeccable and the location ideal. It’s perfectly situated in the Arlington and Newbury Street area, so if you’re up for shopping and culture, then it’s the best spot. Renowned for its classic style and award-winning service, this 1927 landmark hotel overlooks the picturesque Public Garden with swan boat rides and the Boston Common’s ice-skating at Frog Pond. The hotel is surrounded by art galleries, boutiques and restaurants and the hotel is near the Theatre District, historic sites, shopping at Copley Place and the Hynes Convention Center.

It is also known for its prized collection of art and antiques which are scattered throughout the hotel.   If you’re a foodie, then definitely explore their local cuisine which is led by Chef Dumont, who is known for his inspired mastery of American regional cuisine.

Taj Boston

15 Arlington Street Boston

MA 02116, U.S.A

Telephone: +1 617 536 5700
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