Top Presidential Suites: Taj Boston Unveils the Tata Suite

Taj Boston Presidential SuiteTalk about the ultimate suite retreat! Taj Boston--the landmark hotel located at Arlington and Newbury streets--has unveiled its new Presidential Suite. Named in honor of the founder of Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces, the Tata Suite just got a spring makeover with lush new carpets, silk upholstery fabrics, and custom throws with Indian motifs. The refreshed interiors showcase mahogany and inlaid wood furnishings, and the suite’s entryway displays a framed photograph of the original Tata family home in Mumbai.

The 1,540 square foot corner suite is like a Beacon Hill townhouse-- complete with a parlor overlooking the Public Garden, a dining room, kitchen, wet bar, master suite with sumptuous marble bath, and a second Park view bedroom. Special amenities include 24/7 butler service and access to the exclusive Taj Club. Price tag? From $5,000 per night.

 

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