When you walk through the doors of the elegant Mandarin Oriental Boston, you'll step into a serene oasis of 5-star luxury and exemplary service.
What defines luxury?
At Boston's Mandarin Oriental, you'll experience sophisticated simplicity: highest quality linens and furnishings, luxurious marble bathrooms, and stellar design with subtle Asian influences.
Let the onsite spa soothe away your stress. Work out in the gym. Dine on the tantalizing cuisine at the onsite restaurants, where East meets West.
Revel in the hotel's personalized service where your every need is anticipated and met.
You'll quickly see why the Mandarin Oriental has become the luxury hotel of choice in this part of Boston's Back Bay.
"Fantastic amenities...plus homemade cookies and milk!"
With a bed so soft and comfortable that you'll think you're sleeping in a cloud, maybe nothing else really matters.
But comfort is just the beginning. The spacious guest rooms and suites are designed to let you relax and enjoy your visit.
Luxurious fabrics surround you, from the Frette linens on the beds to the silk curtains at the windows framing lovely views of Back Bay shopping and residential areas.
Deep soaking tubs, rainfall showers, and high-end toiletries await you in the creamy white Italian marble bathrooms. Enjoy the fluffy towels and robes!
From the moment you arrive, impeccable but unobtrusive service ensures you'll have the best possible visit.
Let the complimentary house Mercedes and driver take you wherever you need to go in Boston.
And when your departure time comes, the hotel staff will print your boarding pass for your next flight and deliver it to you.
"Excellent location...the best place to stay in Boston"
The Mandarin Oriental is located steps from Copley Square, home to Trinity Church (shown in photo), gorgeous gardens and sculpture, and a seasonal market.
Boston's charming Back Bay neighborhood, filled with Victorian mansions, plenty of terrific restaurants, and the best shopping in Boston surrounds the hotel.
The finish line for the Boston Marathon is near the hotel's doors, and Boston's famous July 4th fireworks display can be seen from the hotel's upper floors.
The hotel directly adjoins shop-filled Prudential Center. A spectacular skyway lets you walk from Pru Center to Copley Place, another luxury shopping plaza anchored by Neiman Marcus and filled with a mix of international designers. Or, walk over to Newbury Street, just a block from Boylston.
You'll find plenty more attractions to explore in Back Bay. Tour Trinity Church, check out the incredible collection of art in Boston Public Library (go up to the third floor to see the John Singer Sargent murals), and head to the observation deck near the top of Prudential Center for panoramic views of the city.
Take in a Red Sox game at Fenway Park - or stroll down Boylston Street to the Victorian-era Public Garden and go for a Swan Boat ride. Duck Tours depart next to Prudential Center, for the most fun way of all to see Boston.
You can also easily get to the Freedom Trail and Waterfront - 10 minutes by car (or a 15-20 minute walk).