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Taj Boston
Often referred by locals as the Old Ritz, this Boston landmark was constructed in the 1920s, a time when the 18-story building rose high above the brownstones of Newbury Street. But while the hotel was renamed the Taj Boston shortly after it unveiled head-to-toe renovations in its early years, not a whole lot has changed at this iconic property that’s played host to Elizabeth Taylor, Winston Churchill, and other stars and dignitaries. Except for the addition of modern gadgets like HDTVs, its interiors are an ode to classic European style, filled with rich fabrics, antique furnishings, and gilded accents. The Old World opulence extends to the 271 guest rooms, some of which have wood-burning fireplaces facing pretty sitting rooms. Fun fact: since local laws forbid ... more...
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