Boston’s only Forbes five-star waterfront property recently finished working on their new Presidential Suite. Boston Harbor Hotel has unveiled Boston’s most expensive and luxurious Presidential Suite… This stunning two-bedroom private suite brings a new level of luxury to Boston with 4,800 square feet of pure extravagance, impressive accommodations and personalized service and amenities. Since its unveiling, the brand-new John Adams Presidential Suite became the most expensive hotel room in the city of Boston.

Overlooking Boston’s waterfront, the new four-bedroom, Carrera marble bath suite will offer some of the best living space the city has to offer, along with a 1,000 square foot open-air terrace overlooking Boston’s harbor, equipped with ample outdoor seating, custom sound system, and outdoor heating. A custom stone-inlaid foyer leads guests into the open floor plan, where 20-foot floor-to-ceiling windows provide unparalleled water views.

A four-bedroom suite…

With the option to add one or two additional adjoining guestrooms, the suite can accommodate up to eight people.

The luxurious master bedroom spares no expense on its features : Hermès décor and lush Frette Doppio Adjour linens without forgetting the breathtaking en-suite bath adorned with Carrara marble, double vanity, a free-standing soaking tub overlooking Boston Harbor, exclusive BVLGARI amenities, and a private dressing room complete with his and her closets.

The suite has been entirely designed by award-winning luxury design firm Smith Firestone Associates. Design highlights include a brilliant glass-domed ceiling in the main living area, offering exclusive views of the hotel’s rotunda unique architectural design, impeccably finished with a custom handcrafted chandelier boasting over 1,200 crystals while a private media room features wall controls for the theater-quality surround sound system and 93-inch flat-screen television, spacious open-air living area, and a private elevator to ensure guests’ privacy.

Private butler and dining…

The one-of-a-kind suite is also equipped with a modern kitchen and butler’s pantry complete Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances, a private bar stocked with top-shelf liquors and fine wines, and a serene dining area with seating for eight.

Upon booking, John Adams Presidential Suite guests will have a dedicated personal concierge available from pre-arrival through the duration of the stay. The suite includes private transportation to and from Boston’s Logan airport, with service directly to the private entrance at 30 Rowes Wharf. Amenities also include butler service, complimentary breakfast, personalized liquor and wine selection, private internet connection, complimentary pressing, fresh floral arrangements, and a personalized welcome amenity.

While you are there…

There is a lot going on in Boston these days! Indeed, Boston was named one of the most exciting food cities in America last year, surpassing New York City. 2017 was an important year for Boston food scene. According to Zagat, previous Hell’s Kitchen runner-up Jason Santos opened two new Boston restaurants this year, Buttermilk & Bourbon and Citrus & Salt. Other standout openings like SVR (Serene Republic of Venice), Boston’s first Venetian-style Bacaro and Wine Bar and North Square Oyster, one of the newest New England-style seafood restaurant in the city, kept up with bigger towns—but Boston, as always, excelled by embracing its own delicious identity: diverse, with a strong Italian influence due to its bustling North End district and a lot, and we mean, a lot of oysters bars. If you are craving other food styles, you won’t be disappointed as you will also find various cuisines in booming Boston alongside long-time classics. Sonsie, for example, recently celebrated twenty-four years on Boston’s famous Newbury Street. This classic European bistro known for its French doors is open all day, every day. Because you can always eat (very well) in Boston, your not-so-typical New England food town.