Book a $6 Million Hotel Suite

Posted Sep 20th 2010 12:15 PMUpdated Sep 20th 2010 12:29 PM


The landmark Taj Boston has come up with a cool idea for arts patrons who happen to have a few extra bucks to spend, a $6 million suite.

What do you get for that price? A two-night stay in the hotel's luxurious, 1,540-square foot presidential suite and your name on a new theater complex at The Boston Conservatory.

Plus, there are the niceties of private jet transport for two to Boston, limo service and a new Jaguar XJ, with lifetime privileges to valet park your car at the hotel.

There's swag too in the form of a commemorative engraved Chistofle sterling silver platter, etched Tiffany Champagne flutes and a magnum of Cristal Champagne Rose.

You also receive lifetime tickets to performances at The Boston Conservatory.

In case $6 million is a little out of your league, there's also a $4 million suite option, which lands your name on an auditorium at the prestigious performing arts school.

Or you can just book a fancy suite at the hotel that includes admission to the theater's grand opening events. Compared to the other packages, it may seem like a bargain at $1,295 to $3,995.

All are available the weekend of Oct. 15-17 only.

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Wrong, John.

Soothsayer. You're right those tech jobs and science positions and pretty much everything else out there, came from Washington. Genius. The wealthy created those dollars to tax to give you welfare. If you don't subscribe to Trickle-Down economics, and you think everything comes from the great jobs of political office, keep voting Democrat. Good luck with your foreclosure and better luck with your lottery tickets. Oh wait, our tax dollars will pay for that bailout too... Never mind.

September 21 2010 at 9:38 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Aboona Joe

Oh, sorry: forgive me: I wasn't using the Name of the Lord irreverently. I meant "Chris".

September 21 2010 at 8:49 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Aboona Joe

You mean there are still people like Chris who actually BELIEVE in "trickle-down" economics? Christ, "Alice in Wonderland" was a fantasy, not a true story. Oh, but wait a minute, you're right: it's not a fantasy, it's real. The money trickles down from RepubliCAN'T governments into billionaire pockets. So, it DOES work!

September 21 2010 at 8:46 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
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Yeah, but everybody was working!!!!!!!

September 22 2010 at 1:16 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Aboona Joe

That's the way of the RepubliCAN'Ts: with the economy broken at the end of their terms, they pass it on to their democratic successors who have to take the fall for making it right again: Reagan to Clinton, W to Obama. The only exception [MAYBE] was Carter to Reagan.

September 22 2010 at 1:30 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

I wish these people to spend one month living on the streets with no job, no food, and nobody that gives a damm about them!

September 21 2010 at 8:27 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Lee Stevens

We have plenty of buildings what we dont have are the budgets to keep the ones we have open. The Startford in Connecticut was supposed to be the USA Shakespearean Center its shuttered , Broadway Theaters are closed. regional symphonies are being closed. Theres little original Broadway production , few new American symphonies. The budgets for the NEA have been slashed. We import productions and talent from Britain while American cant find work its just plain stupidity. Part and parcel of every boom in every American economy has been a booming arts scene across the board.

In the 20s silent film, Cole Porter,EE Cummings, Art Noveau, Art Deco.,
The Fifties Oscar Hammerstiren, Bernstein The Birth of Rock and Roll The End of Frank Loyd Wright.
60s The Beatles, Peter Max, Warhol ,Mailer,, Chafesky Fellini, Kubrick.
Whats going on today Cirque and some piss poor 3d films and thats about it.Pushing for a new Arts wave and era will do more to stimulate the economy than anything else. That comes from people with an operating budget,a good vision, and exposure, not more buildings.!

September 21 2010 at 8:23 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

do i get a price break if i rent it for a week? Maybe 10% off.

September 21 2010 at 8:19 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

Forget about reservations for a couple or three weeks. Pincess Chels and her new spouse booked in for their honeymoon.

September 21 2010 at 8:09 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

It didn't say if bedbugs are included or not. For $6 million, you would think they give at least 10 pages of details.

September 21 2010 at 7:56 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

Warren Buffet would definitely NOT be suckered into this!

September 21 2010 at 7:33 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

WHEW! I'm certainly glad the cost is for a TWO night stay. Whilst not a bargain, at least it is not as outrageous as $1295 - $3995 per NIGHT, which is what I first thought when I saw this article!

Then again -- I feel I have luxury in my own home EVERY night. When I was little, you see, we had relatives over for a week -- and so many of them, we had to DOUBLE-UP in our beds! Sleeping with 2 people in a twin bed is no fun...even if you do sleep with your feet near the other person's head for more room.
Now -- I have my very OWN bed....and cable TV besides!
A salmon sandwhich, (canned salmon), some Pepsi, creamed spinach and sugarless cookies, (3), my favourite (free) cable-TV movie....with the air conditioning on, and I feel GREAT! The money I'm saving makes a "tasty" dessert! { : )

September 21 2010 at 7:29 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply