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Mandarin Hotel Boston Spreads Holiday Cheer with New Seasonal Offerings

Boston, Massachusetts—Reported by Elite Traveler, the private jet lifestyle magazine

Five-star Mandarin Oriental, Boston invites local residents and visitors alike to celebrate the season’s traditions with an array of festive experiences created especially for the holidays. Restore balance with a soothing experience at The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Boston; indulge in delicious cuisine at Asana Restaurant; cozy up by the fireplace with hot cider and afternoon treats; or retreat to sumptuous guestroom accommodations with a special overnight package.

The Extra Day Away package, available November 16 through March 8, gives guests the opportunity to enjoy one night of complimentary accommodations in a guestroom or suite in conjunction with two or more consecutive paid nights of stay. While taking advantage of the best the festive season has to offer in some of the most luxurious surroundings north of the Big Apple, make sure to try one the seasonal Frankincense Massage Ritual at Massachusetts’ only five-star spa. Incorporating a warming Frankincense elixir to soothe and calm the body and soul, guests will also enjoy a holiday gift of pure Frankincense Essential Oil.

Guests are also encouraged to give thanks amongst family and friends this holiday season at signature four-star Asana Restaurant. Executive Chef Rachel Klein has created an indulgent Thanksgiving Dinner Tasting Menu with calvados apple cider to welcome guests, which is complemented by a carving station and a dessert buffet. The culinary celebration doesn’t stop there, however, so make sure to experience the hotel’s Christmas Tasting Menu on Christmas eve.

Finally, unwrap the season in style at M Bar & Lounge with specially crafted cocktails and an assortment of comforting warm beverages. A Pop-Up Afternoon Tea Lounge will be hosted in the Lobby Lounge, next to the roaring fireplace. Beginning November 10, from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. daily, guests in the Lobby Lounge will be visited by the Holiday Treat Trolley, adorned with gingerbread man decoration kits for children, a hot chocolate bar, an assortment of hot ciders and savory and sweet treats.

If your own fireside isn’t an option this season, or if you are just looking to spice up your family’s usual holiday habits, stop by Mandarin Hotel Boston for a true home away from home.

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