How to make the most of Boston’s $3 billion luxury hotel suite

The city has been rocked by the death of a luxury hotel executive who reportedly died of natural causes.

Mark Boulud, 49, was found dead on Friday in a hotel room in the Westin Boston, a suite owned by Boston Properties.

He had been found unconscious with apparent respiratory distress and an apparent suicide note.

The Westin was built in 2002 and has been the scene of several suicide attempts over the years.

Mark was an investor in the property, which was sold in 2005 to a group of wealthy investors.

Mark had reportedly been involved in the development of the luxury hotel, according to his son, Mark Boulut.

The Bouluts told The Associated Press that their father, who worked for the family-owned Westin, had left the suite a few weeks ago and that he had been suffering from a respiratory problem.

They declined to provide further details on the cause of death.

Mark’s death was the latest in a string of recent deaths linked to the hotel.

In November, a Massachusetts State Police trooper who was driving along Route 95 with his wife was found with a gunshot wound to the head.