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The Boston Harbor Hotel has recently partnered with Lorenzo Villoressi – well known Florentine perfumer – to create a signature scent for the hotel’s bath amenities and signature candle. Joining an elite collection of hotels to offer bespoke Lorenzo Villoressi products, the Boston Harbor Hotel is in the company of Four Seasons Maui (the only other hotel in North America to use Lorenzo Villoressi bespoke), Four Seasons Milan, Four Seasons Florence, Four Seasons Rome, Four Seasons Hong Kong and Sanya, and The Hotel De Russie Rome.

The 230 enriched guest rooms and suites at the Boston Harbor Hotel reveal a fresh look with a color palette of soothing oceanic blues and neutral tone accents to complement the property’s distinct waterfront setting. Partnering with the acclaimed Florentine perfumer, Lorenzo Villoressi, the Boston Harbor Hotel has also introduced signature Lorenzo Villoressi bath amenities in all of its guest rooms and suites, which are available only in the top hotels of the world. The new décor combines clean lines and timeless pieces to create a classically current design that is warm and luxurious, without compromising practicality and sophistication. The transformed furnishings, coupled with the Boston Harbor Hotel’s notable high-touch service, will further enhance the Forbes Five Star guest experience, and offer a stay that is distinctly Boston and truly Beyond Compare. 

Christopher Muther from The Boston Globe recently penned a piece discussing the intrigue behind hotel toiletries and his passion for collecting them.

“The Boston Harbor hotel developed its own signature fragrance with Florentine perfumer Lorenzo Villoresi. I flooded Boston Harbor Hotel general manager Stephen Johnston with questions such as, “Are you hoping that guests will take toiletries home with them to remember the hotel through the smell?,” “Is it seen as stealing when guests take extra toiletries from the room?,” and the revealing, “At what point does it become too much?”

After likely placing me on a hotel watch list, he responded with a polite e-mail.

“Scents trigger memories and can transport you back to that special place in time. It is our hope that our guests do take home this small part of the Boston Harbor Hotel after their stay to remind them of their time with us.”

Read Christopher Muther’s full Boston Globe article here.

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