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Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel
First opened in 2008, this hotel features stylish rooms, an indoor pool and fitness center and a great restaurant. It's also close to the convention center and convenient to the airport. View Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel's review
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The Westin Copley Place
Located in the Hynes Convention Center complex, this huge hotel still manages to make travelers feel at home. The rooms are clean and comfortable, and the hotel has great dining options. View the Westin Copley Place's review
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Courtyard by Marriott Boston Copley Square
Located just steps from Copley Square, this Courtyard by Marriott has plenty to offer business travelers. Free hard-wired internet, free access to computers and printers in the business center, and a great $15 breakfast make this hotel a great value. View Courtyard by Marriot Copley Square's review
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Marriott Boston Cambridge
This huge hotel features large rooms, an indoor pool and fitness center and a convenient Cambridge location, all at a reasonable price. View Marriott Boston Cambridge's review
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Residence Inn Boston Cambridge
With some of the largest rooms in Boston, the Residence Inn is a great pick for extended-stay business travelers. The rooms feature kitchenettes, and there is an indoor pool and laundry room. View Residence Inn Boston Cambridge's review
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Seaport Hotel and World Trade Center
Located on Boston's waterfront, the Seaport Hotel offers travelers a great full-service gym, free Wi-Fi and a floor of hypoallergenic 'PURE' rooms. The Seaport has also been named one of Boston's greenest hotels with the city's first in-room recycling program and energy-saving roofing and windows.View the Seaport Hotel's review
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Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel
First opened in 2008, this hotel features stylish rooms, an indoor pool and fitness center and a great restaurant. It's also close to the convention center and convenient to the airport. View Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel's review
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The Westin Copley Place
Located in the Hynes Convention Center complex, this huge hotel still manages to make travelers feel at home. The rooms are clean and comfortable, and the hotel has great dining options. View the Westin Copley Place's review
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Courtyard by Marriott Boston Copley Square
Located just steps from Copley Square, this Courtyard by Marriott has plenty to offer business travelers. Free hard-wired internet, free access to computers and printers in the business center, and a great $15 breakfast make this hotel a great value. View Courtyard by Marriot Copley Square's review
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Marriott Boston Cambridge
This huge hotel features large rooms, an indoor pool and fitness center and a convenient Cambridge location, all at a reasonable price. View Marriott Boston Cambridge's review
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Residence Inn Boston Cambridge
With some of the largest rooms in Boston, the Residence Inn is a great pick for extended-stay business travelers. The rooms feature kitchenettes, and there is an indoor pool and laundry room. View Residence Inn Boston Cambridge's review
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Seaport Hotel and World Trade Center
Located on Boston's waterfront, the Seaport Hotel offers travelers a great full-service gym, free Wi-Fi and a floor of hypoallergenic 'PURE' rooms. The Seaport has also been named one of Boston's greenest hotels with the city's first in-room recycling program and energy-saving roofing and windows.View the Seaport Hotel's review
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Cathay Pacific's new Business Class offers a large living space, ample storage and just the right balance between privacy and openness. Every aspect has been thoughtfully designed to make your journey truly memorable. Book a flight today 960 1280

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Cathay Pacific's new Business Class flat bed is 82 inches long and features a bed extension that increases its width by 6.5 inches to give you extra room for total comfort. 960 1280

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Enjoy Cathay Pacific's new selection of Business Class meals designed by our award-winning chefs. A list of special meals is also included for passengers with special dietary needs. 960 1280

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The 15-inch wide-screen personal TV can be deployed at the touch of a button, and a noise-cancelling headset ensures great listening quality. 960 1280

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Passengers can use the iPhone/iPod* connector to stream audio and video content to their personal TV. They can also charge their mobile phones with the USB port or power-supply socket.
*iPhone and iPod are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
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