Mandarin Oriental ranks high in posh hotel survey
Mandarin Oriental, Boston was named the third overall hotel in the United States and the 20th worldwide in the 2010 “Readers’ Choice Awards” in the November issue of Conde Nast Traveler magazine.
The local Mandarin Oriental, a 148-room luxury hotel in the city's Back Bay neighborhood, said it racked up a 96.1 score out of a possible 100 in the survey.
In describing the Mandarin Oriental, Boston, a Conde Nast reader gushed, "Teal- and taupe-shaded rooms are spacious, with fabulous bathrooms." (Such a soothing color scheme is no doubt keenly appreciated by the aficionado of the spiffy loo.)
In a statement, Mandarin Oriental, Boston general manager Susanne Hatje said: "It’s a tremendous honor to have our hotel which just celebrated our second year anniversary recognized by the discerning readership of Conde Nast Traveler. I’m especially proud that our dedicated team has achieved this accolade, kept our ranking from last year and jumping to 20th place in the world."
To see the survey results, please click here.
(The photo that tops this post was provided by the Mandarin Oriental, Boston.)