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Saying "I do" at Boston's best hotels

Posted by Melanie Nayer  March 17, 2013 07:39 PM

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wedding-roses.jpgIf you're planning to read your nuptials in New England, Forbes Travel Guide has some suggestions for you. While the Boston Commons and Boston Public Gardens are often the most popular spots for wedding photos in the spring and summer, the four- and five-star hotels in the city are where weddings typically hold court.

Forbes rates The Four Seasons, Boston, as one of the top wedding venues in Boston. The hotel offers panoramic views of Boston Common and the Boston Garden, and has private bridal and bridesmaid suites for day-of preparations. The hotel also has a wedding package that includes a honeymoon suite, as well as transportation to the airport on the day of your departure.

The Mandarin Oriental, Boston, gives wedding guests great views of Back Bay and Boylston Street. For the wedding party, the hotel offers spa packages as part of the wedding event.

Forbes suggests the The Taj Boston and XV Beacon for weddings happening during warmer months. These hotels have rooftop terraces with stunning views of the city, which make for a great backdrop in wedding photos.

See more Boston wedding venue suggestions from Forbes Travel Guide.

Readers: Did you get married in Boston? Tell us where and what you loved most about your venue.

Photo credit: The Four Seasons Hotel, Boston

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Melanie Nayer is a travel writer who spent many years in the newsroom before jetting off to see the world. Her goal is to bring readers the best insider information More »

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