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Mandarin Oriental named Fodor's choice gold award winner

Posted by guest  June 23, 2010 12:13 PM

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Mandarin Oriental, Boston said it has been recognized by Fodor’s Travel as one of the "best urban escape" hotels and has been named a Fodor’s Choice Gold 2010 Award winner.

A Mandarin Oriental press release included a passage from Fodor's take on the hotel: "From the welcome pot of green tea to the guest basket that includes rubber duckies for the tub, the new Mandarin Oriental offers a level of service that many guests are calling out of this world.”

Fodor’s Travel is a division of Random House Inc. Fodor’s guidebooks and website aims to provided up-to-date and accurate information for travelers.

(The lobby of the hotel is shown at right in a Globe file photo.)

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