What public transportation can I take near Mandarin Oriental, Boston?

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Melanie Nayer

Boston’s MBTA subway system is user-friendly and easy to navigate for those staying Mandarin Oriental, Boston. For $2 per ride, you can get around the city and outskirts, including visits to the colleges, Harvard Square and museums near Northeastern University. The subway system is organized by color, and the Green Line will take you closest to the Mandarin Oriental, Boston. You can catch the subway from the Copley Square, Hynes Convention Center or Prudential Center stops — all within walking distance of the hotel. Subway maps are available from the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel concierge — the handy pamphlets are a recommended accessory for those who want to make use of the system.

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