Oriental has officially opened its new hotel in Boston, the Mandarin
Oriental, Boston. A celebratory ribbon cutting and feng shui ceremony marked the hotel’s grand opening
last week, officiated by the Mayor of Boston, the Honorable Thomas M. Menino, and attended by
150 distinguished guests, development partners and Mandarin Oriental executives from around the world.
“We are delighted to open this incomparable new hotel in the celebrated city of Boston,” said General Manager, Susanne Hatje. “With the
commitment of our dedicated colleagues, we look forward to bringing Mandarin Oriental’s renowned levels of hospitality to this historic
Located in the prestigious Back Bay, the new Mandarin Oriental combines classic New England elegance with refined Oriental touches to
create a distinctive hospitality experience. With 136 elegantly appointed guestrooms and 12 suites, the property provides
some of the city’s most spacious accommodation. The 16,000-square-foot Spa and Fitness Center, along with 10,000 square feet
of stylish function space, the signature restaurant Asana, and the chic M-Bar & Lounge complete the luxurious setting.
To celebrate the arrival of this exclusive hotel, Mandarin Oriental has introduced a special opening promotion available until 31 March 2009.
Guests can enjoy one complimentary night accommodation in conjunction with two or more consecutive paid nights of stay with the “We ‘Fan’
Boston” offer. The package also features daily American breakfast for two at signature restaurant, Asana, and special benefits to showcase the
city’s finest cultural attractions. This offer is subject to space availability, and advance reservations are required.
Rates for the “We ‘Fan’ Boston”
offer start at US$1,560 for a Deluxe Room for a minimum of two nights, and are
exclusive of taxes and gratuities. All room categories are available for the inaugural offer.
Regular Deluxe Room rates begin at US$665.
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