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The suites at the Boston Harbor Hotel are much like a two-room apartment. Each suite (harbor view or city view) has a bedroom separated by glass French doors that open to a sitting/parlor room, where you’ll find a desk and sofa (some with pull-out beds). Most of the suites are a minimum of 570 square feet. Each suite includes a TV with DVD player, Bose Wave sound system, Wi-Fi access and a bathroom with full amenities including a vanity with lit makeup mirror, robes and slippers. The Rotunda Suite is a two-room suite situated in the hotel’s rotunda, so you have views of both the harbor and city. Each suite is 580 square feet and comes with all the same amenities as regular suites. Only the Rotunda Suites have built-in bookcases, giving them more of a ‘feel-like-home’ quality. The other suites at the hotel are the Greenway Suite, the Admiral’s Suite, the Governor’s Suite and the Presidential Suite. The only difference between these suites and the standard suites is the amount of space in each room. The Presidential Suite is the only suite with two bedrooms.