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Stay at These Presidential Suites For Presidents' Day

By Abby Dupes | February 4, 2021 | Home & Real Estate

The presidental suite at Mandarin Oriental Boston

Although most of us don’t live like the head of state, we can get the presidential treatment on Presidents’ Day. Take a look at these luxury hotel suites that are commander-in-chief-worthy.

Presidential Suite at Madarin Oriental Boston

There’s a lot to love about the Presidential Suite at Mandarin Oriental Boston, but it’s interior design is what shines the most. The warm and inviting tones of orange, blue and beige makes the spacious 1711 square-foot accomodation feel cozy while still remaining opulent—all part of a recent $15 million renovation of suites and rooms at the property. Perfect for entertaining, the living room boasts plush sofas and a circular dining table overlooking the skyline. Guests will be enamored with the modern art and contemporary finishings that decorate the suite. At bedtime, rest in the luxurious four-poster bed highlighted with an ornate floral wallpaper accent wall behind the headboard.

Presidential Suite at Four Seasons Hotel One Dalton Street

Located in the heart of Back Bay, this 61-story skyscraper brims with sophisticated furnishings and modern details—but the Presidential Suite is the star of this hotel. From the 21st floor, soak in the sights of the city and Fenway Park as you unwind by the fireplace. Continue your relaxing evening by retreating to the spacious marble-embellished bathroom, where you’ill find an inviting free-standing oval tub. After you take a dip, catch a flick on the 65-inch flat-screen television from the comfort of the king-sized bed. With the warm, dark wood finishings and soothing grey and blue paints, you will feel at home the minute you set down your bags.

Presidential Suite at The Westin Copley Place, Boston

Keep the momentum of the new year going with a friends trip to The Westin Copley Place, Boston for Presidents’ Day weekend. With their "New Year, new you (same crew)" package, guests can enjoy special perks like a dinner for four at Fogo De Chao and a VIP shopping experience at Jimmy Choo, Burberry and Neiman Marcus. For accomodations, you’ll be staying in the Presidential Suite which includes a large living room, a dining room for eight, and a separate office space. For an IG worthy shot, take a pic with your pals in front of the suites windows that provide a panoramic view of the city.

Presidential Suite at The Ritz-Carlton, Boston

This spring, be the first to stay in the newly renovated Presidential Suite at The Ritz-Carlton, Boston. Inspired by Benjamin Franklin—who was born only a couple blocks away from where the hotel sits—the suite features the patriot’s innovation and pays homage to his affinity for reading with a private library and custom wallpaper showcasing bookend motifs. Alongside the historical references, you’ll find modern comforts like a gas fireplace, floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the Boston Common and Public Garden and a large soaking tub with a 39-inch television.

Executive Suite at The Kimpton Marlowe Hotel

From start to finish, your stay at The Kimpton Marlowe Hotel in the heart of Cambridge will be nothing short of spectacular. As you walk through the hotel’s private courtyard to check into the Executive Suite, you’ll be greeted by Celeste—an intricate 25-foot-tall armillary Steampunk sculpture that represents Cambridge’s history with modern innovation. The Executive Suite’s redesign takes cues from the literary history of the city, as well as the Charles River with wave-pattern blue carpeting throughout and a custom ottoman featuring paragraphs from the works of local writers. Relax in the Fuji spa soaking tub filled with foaming bath salts while you admire the tranquility of the gray and blue color scheme.

Photography by: Courtesy of Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group