Boston’s Mandarin Oriental sinks $15m into four-month renovation project


The Mandarin Oriental in Boston has kicked off a four-month, $15m renovation project to further cement the buoyancy of the state’s hospitality market.

The hotel in 776 Boylston Street is refurbishing all its bedrooms and suites, as well as 10,000 sq ft of events space, with the business remaining open during the project.

The spa is also being enhanced with the addition of three new treatment rooms and refreshed wellness amenities.

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The redesign is being overseen by New York-based Champalimaud Design and is expected to finish in April.

“Over the last ten years, Mandarin Oriental, Boston has become an important part of the Boston community and this renovation will further enhance the accommodation and facilities, reinforcing the hotel’s reputation as the best luxury hotel in the city,” said Philipp Knuepfer, general manager of the hotel.

Boston’s hospitality market is continuing to boom, with high bedroom and occupancy rates according to the latest data from CBRE Hotels.

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