What are the bathrooms like in the suites at XV Beacon?

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There's actually very little difference between the bathrooms in regular guestrooms at XV Beacon and those in the suites. The main difference is size, but all bathrooms in the suites are highlighted by full-Italian marble, a rainforest shower head and jetted tubs.
All of the bathrooms at this Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel, which is located within one of the liveliest areas of Boston, also have small flat-screen televisions, heated towel racks, lighted vanity mirrors and a slew of complimentary, signature bath products that are replenished during your nightly turndown service. You'll find Frette bathrobes hanging in the closet for you to lounge in after you indulge in one of the whirlpool baths. (We suggest adding a few of the complimentary bath salts to complete the relaxing mood.)

Amy W. Finsilver

XV Beacon’s suite bathrooms are made of white Italian marble and have princess-style sinks. They are clean, fresh and pure. The bathrooms come with signature amenities — shampoo, conditioner, body wash, body lotion, lip balm and hand soap — Frette robes and towels, LCD TVs, heated towel racks, a hairdryer, a magnifying mirror, a sewing kit, a shower cap, a razor, Q-tips and a digital scale. The rainforest showerheads allow for amazing water flow. Jacuzzi tubs are in the studio and traditional rooms. 

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