Massachusetts’ Presidential Lodging Offers Occasion to Splurge

BOSTON – January 15, 2013 – Whether seeking luxury accommodations for Valentine’s Day or President’s Day weekend or just dreaming about spending the night in a posh suite, Massachusetts hotels have you covered with some state-of-the-art presidential suites. From Boston to the Berkshires and back to the Cape, if its privacy and pampering you require, these hotel suites are the perfect place to kick back with the utmost in VIP treatment.

The Four Seasons – Boston
Ideal for entertaining, this 2,590-sq.ft. suite features a dining room for 10, a separate kitchen, a surround-sound entertainment system, and a baby grand piano. A private balcony with views of the Boston Public Garden make this suite a quintessential Boston luxury experience.  fourseasons.com/boston

The Taj – Boston
The walls of the chic, Beacon Hill townhouse-like Presidential Suite at The Taj Boston are adorned in original artwork. Opulent furnishings and upholsteries lend to the grandeur of the space, while top-of-the-line television and stereo appeal to modern sensibilities. An oversized marble bathroom with a soaking tub and bath pillow along with an optional Bath Butler and bath menu round out the Presidential experience, where anything you could possibly want is just a call away. tajhotels.com/Luxury/City-Hotels/Taj-Boston-Boston/Overview.html

The Charles Hotel – Cambridge
Recently renovated and spacious, the Presidential Suite at The Charles Hotel is the home-away-from home for celebrities, businessmen, and heads of state. A custom made four poster grand king-sized bed, two fireplaces, and five flat screen TV’s make it the perfect place to stay in for the night or a long weekend. charleshotel.com

The Chatham Bars Inn – Chatham
Sweeping ocean views from an expansive deck are only the beginning when it comes to the spectacular features of the Chatham Bars Inn’s Presidential Suite. The spacious suite offers two bedrooms, including master quarters complete with a Tempur Pedic mattress, fireplace, and elegant marble bath with soaking tub. A dining table and wet bar, along with the deck, make it the perfect place to entertain friends or to a cozy evening for two. chathambarsinn.com

The Cape Codder Resort – Hyannis
At the Cape Codder Resort, it’s the amenities that make the Presidential Suite extra-special. An in-room sauna, whirlpool, Hydro shower, and private courtyard mean you don’t have to leave your room to enjoy spa-like relaxation. Two stories of living space give guests the freedom to stretch out and make themselves at home. capecodderresort.com

The Red Lion Inn – Stockbridge
The Meadowlark guest house suite, located amongst nature in the fields and hills of the Berkshires, is a true getaway for the more adventurous traveler. While different than the many luxury suites available across the state, there is something special about the suite. It was once the home of sculptor Daniel Chester French, famous for his presidential sculpture, the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. True relaxation is at your fingertips, with an outdoor deck that overlooks the beautiful Berkshires. The suite features two bedrooms, bathroom, and a kitchen as well as all of the modern conveniences guests need, such as cable TV, WiFi, and air-conditioning.  redlioninn.com

Tyngsboro, MA – The Stonehedge Inn and Spa
The King Summerhouse Accommodations at the Stonehedge Inn and Spa in the Merrimack Valley feature a two-person oversize Jacuzzi, spacious marble bathroom, and spacious work area, in addition to an oversized summer porch with private seating area. Oenophiles can take advantage of a personal wine concierge to navigate Stonehedge’s award-winning wine collection while spa enthusiasts can partake in pampering treatments that include wine, like the signature Vino Massage. stonehedgeinnandspa.com

About MOTT: 
The Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism (MOTT) is the state agency dedicated to promoting Massachusetts as a leisure-travel destination. An integral part of the state’s economy, tourism generates close to $1 billion in state and local taxes and $15.5 billion in travel related expenditures and supports 121,700 in-state jobs. The Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism’s “Ask a Local” iPhone application, now available on iTunes is an on-the-move guide provides travel information, “local” tips, and deals from Massachusetts’ hotels, attractions, restaurants, and shopping destinations. www.massvacation.com

Contact: Lisa Simmons, MOTT

Lisa.Simmons@state.ma.us

617-973-8508

Vicki Cimino, Connelly Partners

vcimino@connellypartners.com

617-470-8878