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The Four Seasons' Presidential Suite: If You Have to Ask...

We're wrapping up Hotels Week 2014 here at Curbed Boston, and all week long we've been peeking inside some of the city's most exclusive (read: expensive) hotel suites. The last one here is the Presidential Suite at the Four Seasons. The 2,590-square-foot, sixth-floor spread features a baby grand piano (composer John Williams, he of Star Wars fame, reportedly prefers the suite) and antiques throughout. There's also a sizable private balcony overlooking the Public Garden as well as an entirely separate kitchen.

Officially, the Presidential Suite, which can comfortably sleep three adults, is one of those call-to-reserve-we-don't-list-the-price deals. We have, however, on good authority that nightly rates start at more than $8,000 and can run to over $12,000.
· Website: Presidential Suite [Four Seasons]
· Our Sinfully Awesome Suites archive [Curbed Boston]
· Our Hotels Week 2014 archive [Curbed Boston]