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Boston presidential suites the nation’s new president can stay in

How about a library next to the eight-seat dining room?

The nation by the end of today (hopefully) will have picked a new president. And, when he or she visits Boston, there are several suitably swanky options for staying the night: namely, the presidential suites at the city’s top-of-the-line hotels (they’re open, of course, to the average citizen, too).

Let’s take a look.

Four Seasons Boston Presidential Suite

The 2,590-square-foot spread is the hotel’s most spacious suite and includes a dining room that seats 10 comfortably. There’s also a private balcony overlooking the Public Garden and a separate kitchen—and, of course, a baby grand piano.


Ritz Carlton Presidential Suite in Boston

The dining room in this 1,680-square-foot suite seats eight and there are at last three flat-screen TVs—including one in the separate library. Said library, and other rooms, have views of Boston Common.


Taj Boston Presidential Suite

This 1,540-square-foot suite has only one flat-screen, but it does over 24-hour personalized butler service. There are also Common views, and softer beds and hard boards on request (naturally).