(514) 733-7555 - Montréal
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Facing the Public Garden and adjacent to Newbury Street boutiques, this historic hotel was built in 1927, and is 1 block from Boston Common and 2 blocks from the theater district.
The Taj Boston hotel’s 273 guestrooms are decorated in French Provincial furnishings, with premium bedding and high-speed Internet access (surcharge). Marble baths include designer toiletries and complimentary use of plush bathrobes and slippers.
This Boston hotel upholds the Taj trademark commitment to attentive personal service in elegant surroundings. A 3,000-square-foot fitness center offers a range of cardiovascular and weight-training equipment, and massage therapy. The Taj Boston hotel offers a special functions area, including private dining salons, ballrooms, and a wine cellar; available in summer, the Roof on the hotel’s 17th floor has views of the Public Garden, Boston Common, and Financial District. Complimentary car service to the Financial District is available. A Chanel boutique can be accessed from the hotel lobby. All public areas of the hotel are smoke-free.
The Café - A wall of windows with panoramic views of Newbury Street creates a lively backdrop for power breakfasts, animated lunches, and pre- or post-theater dining on such traditional American favorites as chicken pot pie, lobster salad, and clam chowder. Open daily for breakfast and lunch; dinner Sunday through Thursday. Collared shirts and slacks required for men during the day; jackets suggested for evenings. The Bar - This well-known spot for cocktails opened in the 1930s to celebrate the repeal of Prohibition. Thie bar features club-like décor, fireplace, and Floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the Public Garden. Open for light dining service Monday through Saturday. The Lounge - The hotel’s spacious drawing room, with windows overlooking Newbury Street, is an ideal setting for afternoon tea, glass of port, and champagne. Tea offered Saturday and Sunday during two seatings, with music by a violinist. Special teas for children are offered during the holidays, including a Nutcracker Tea and a Teddy Bear Tea. Reservations are required.
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