Friday, March 26, 2010

Boston Boutique Hotel Welcomes a Top Chef Restaurant to the neighborhood.

Clarendon Square Bed and Breakfast has been in Boston for about 15 years and we have seen our share of top chefs. These days the South End in Boston is especially familiar with the likes of top chefs like Barbara Lynch & Ken Oringer, but it is the new addition at Rocca Kitchen and Bar that is at the top of its game. This week, Rocca welcomed season one, Top Chef finalist Tiffani Faison. We would be lying if we said we were not pulling for her to win, because Faison had the style & sophistication that really satisfied our tastes. Judging from her impressive showing on the Bravo hit, we are sure she will fit in beautifully at Rocca, which has much of its own success to bring to the table. Faison's CV is not bad either having headlined at notable Boston establishments like O Ya Craigie Street Bistro & Olives. So what do you get when you combine a Top Chef with a Top Boston restaurant, certainly something fabulous and mouth watering.

Just the other day a guest was asking do you have any restaurants by famous chefs in Boston, and as I began to respond she said, "you know, like Bobby Flay or Emril." I guess our definition of famous was different or at least what was associated with these chefs' fame. Obviously, the names, English, Lynch, Oringer  & Jean-Georges Vongerichten did not impress her quest for fame. Living in the South End of Boston we take for granted all of these Top Chefs & celebrity Chefs. many of which are housed in restaurants within the best boutique hotels in Boston. Clarendon Square B&B may not feature a restaurant, but why would this boutique hotel need to with all of these award winning chefs competing for our attention? And for someone who is use to competition, Faison has certainly won our attention. Some of her new additions are on the menu already with more arriving by the beginning of May

Boston's dining scene just keeps getting better, which is totally helping out tourism. Boston hotels are staying full bed and breakfasts in downtown Boston are overflowing. Why would you want to stay in a Back Bay hotel in Boston? Back Bay hotels lack the style & sophistication you need when traveling to an cultural enclave like Boston. Tip, keep it in the South End. Back Bay hotels are especially jealous of the style & personality at one Boston boutique hotel in the South End, Clarendon Square Inn. The South End is just as close to all the tourist attractions and has an awesome advantage, the close location to the best restaurants in Boston. Skip the Back Bay Hotel for Clarendon Square luxury suite. We saw last minute booking trends for many Boston bed and breakfast over the winter, but now just like the boutique hotels,Clarendon Square is requiring more advanced reservations, so plan accordingly. Travelers are hunger, not just for Top Chef quality food, but also stylish & centrally located boutique hotel suites in Boston.
Clarendon Square Inn - a B&B in Boston MA

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