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Millennium Bostonian Hotel vs Mandarin Oriental Boston

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Millennium Bostonian Hotel vs Mandarin Oriental Boston



Millennium Bostonian Hotel
Mandarin Oriental Boston

 

Millennium Bostonian Hotel

Mandarin Oriental Boston

Address 26 North Street
Boston
776 Boylston Street
Boston
Phone 617-523-3600 1-617-5358888
Class 4 star 5 star
Price From $171.00 to $315.00 From $395.02 to $1,295.06
Floors 8 floors 8 floors
Rooms 201 rooms 136 rooms
Amenities Fitness center
Wheelchair accessible
Business center
Restaurant
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking rooms
Data port
Dry cleaning/laundry
First Class Hotel
Smoke Free
Pets accepted
Family Rooms
Fitness center
Wheelchair accessible
Business center
Restaurant
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking rooms
Data port
Dry cleaning/laundry
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  1. Millennium Bostonian Hotel
  2. Mandarin Oriental Boston
Millennium Bostonian Hotel

This European-style hotel is approximately 2 miles from Logan International Airport and is across the street from Faneuil Hall marketplace.Based on classic continental hotels of Europe, the Millennium Bostonian Hotel is in Blackstone Block, a maze of alleyways and streets that are some of Boston's oldest. Hotel amenities include a 24-hour front desk, multi-lingual concierge, 24-hour room service, safe deposit boxes, business center including high-speed Internet access, babysitting, turndown and wake-up services available upon request, laundry valet and shoeshine service, express checkout, ATM in the lobby, as well as a currency exchange, newsstand, gift shop, and 24-hour security. On weekdays, a complimentary morning towncar takes guests to downtown businesses. Restaurants include the Seasons Restaurant serving New American cuisine and the Atrium Lounge with views of marketplaces and Faneuil Hall. Guest rooms feature with live plants, direct-dial telephone with voicemail and dataports, cable television with in-room movies and HBO, an iron and ironing board, cribs (on request), refrigerator (on request), hairdryer, terrycloth robe, mini-bar, coffeemaker, CD/radio alarm clock, and a complimentary newspaper. The Millennium Bostonian Hotel is a smoke free hotel.



Mandarin Oriental Boston

Situated in the heart of the Back Bay overlooking Boylston Street, the Mandarin Oriental is ideally located for business and leisure travelers. The hotel offers direct access to Prudential Center, and the Shops at Copley Place, the hotel is steps away from the boutiques of Newbury Street, near the Financial District, and is just four miles from Logan International Airport.The hotel offers several distinctive culinary options in a spectacular setting. Expect only the freshest of local ingredients and the finest wines to be presented in Asana, our signature restaurant. The M Bar & Lounge features unique exotic drinks, and Asian-style Tapas, crafted by the outstanding culinary team. Both the restaurant and bar have superb views of Boylston Street. The menu covers a spectrum of refined American cuisine and authentic Asian dishes. The unique Chef's table, seating up to eight guests, provides a firsthand view into our world-class kitchen. The lounge displays the select vintages of our wine wall, which are paired with local and international artisan cheeses from our cheese room. The hotel offers of versatile function and meeting space, all well equipped with up-to-date audiovisual equipment and technology. The well-appointed meeting rooms all offer floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the Back Bay, ample pre-function space, and a dedicated kitchen, perfect for intimate meetings or lavish social events.The 136 luxurious guestrooms and 12 elegantly appointed suites are the largest in Boston. Throughout the room, up-to-date technology and inspired details will enhance the personal comfort of the guests. With a soaking tub and separate shower, every bathroom is designed for ultimate relaxation.



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