The Fireplace Butler at the Taj Hotel Boston
Birch Wood: After ice-skating on the Frog Pond in the Boston Common, return to your room and thaw in front of the glowing fire. Birch produces a strong heat and burns quickly, creating a warm and cozy interlude before an evening’s entertainment on the town.
Cherry Wood: Here in historic Boston, George Washington certainly couldn’t tell a lie about this firewood. Fragrant and slow burning, the glowing colors from this fire will enhance your In-Room Dining experience.
Oak Wood: In the early evening, retire to your room and enjoy this lightly scented, long-burning wood. It produces a comforting, cozy warmth for a long winter’s night.
Maple Wood: The sweet aroma of maple will fill the room with the ambiance of a country inn. It evokes the essence of a New England winter in the heart of Boston.
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