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Bed, breakfast, and dinner at Clio

Posted by Hilary Nangle  December 8, 2009 10:44 AM

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Here's a nice package at The Eliot Hotel. The Touch of Paris package includes one night lodging for two in a deluxe suite, dinner for two at Clio (presided over by James Beard award-winning chef Ken Oringer), and a bake-shop breakfast for two for $395.

The Eliot, situated on the corner of Massachusetts and Commonwealth avenues, is ideally located for shopping Newbury Street and the Prudential/Copley malls, strolling along Comm. Ave, or just poking around the city, thanks to a T stop one block away.

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