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By admin | December 19 2016
By Codelia Mantsebo
Nicknamed ‘the city that never sleeps’, New York’s most luxurious hotels offer everything from a pillow menu to customizable, heat-absorbing mattresses to ensure maximum snugness.
Packed with connotations of style, glamour and grandeur, elite hotels in New York will feature all that the elite traveler desires, from designer décor to floor-to-ceiling windows offering panoramic views of the world’s capital.
Whether you’re looking for Old World opulence, celebrity-studded party scenes, or a private spa, you’ll find it in one of the best suites in New York.
Ty Warner Penthouse, Four Season Hotel New York
Touting a renovation price tag of more than $50 million, this delightful expanse offers nine rooms, a 360-degree panorama of the city below and four French doors revealing a view of Central Park that is almost surreal in its perfection. As impressive as the décor are the personal butler, personal therapist and personal chauffeur for unlimited travel in a Rolls-Royce Phantom or Mercedes Maybach, depending on your preference. Every element of this I.M. Pei and Peter Marino-designed space is breathtaking and constitutes a catalog of the world’s most exceptional materials.
Square footage: 4,300
Nightly rate: $35,000
VIP Contact: Christoph Schmidinger,
General Manager Phone: +1 212 758 5700
57 East 57th Street
The Presidential Suite, Mandarin Oriental New York
While providing astonishing panoramic views of Central Park and the Manhattan skyline, this suite is also the perfect retreat from the city, featuring two bedrooms, a living and dining area, gourmet kitchen and a separate wood-paneled study. The superb marble bath sitting above the city is a decidedly rarefied vantage point from which to take in New York. The master bedroom comes complete with silk-lined walls and luxurious bed linens by Fili D’oro, and you’ll find handcrafted Oriental rugs throughout as well as $100,000 of Bang & Olufsen entertainment technology.
Square footage: 2,640
Nightly rate: $15,000
VIP Contact: Robert Lowe
Hotel Manager Phone: +1 212 805 8803
80 Columbus Circle at 60th Street
Empire Suite, The Caryle, A Rosewood
More an exclusive residential apartment than a hotel suite, this duplex’s hallmark is its private art collection curated by The Metropolitan Museum of Art. The spacious suite features three bedrooms, a living room, an office with an Apple computer and four and a half baths. Floor-to-ceiling views of Central Park, as well as the chic Art Deco design by Thierry Despont, will make you swoon. Complimentary services include a bottle of Dom Perignon, Cristal or Krug champagne.
Square footage: 2,600
Nightly rate: $15,000
VIP Contact: Erich Steinbock
Managing Director Phone: +1 212 744 1600
35 East 76th Street
The Jewel Suite, The New York Palace, New York
Set across three stories, with a private rooftop and elevated hot tub, this suite gives exceptional views of the city. The Art Deco-inspired reception, living and dining room feature jewelry and china designed by master jeweler Martin Katz, creator of the eye-popping 20-foot-long “waterfall of diamonds” chandelier that lights up the staircase. Guests receive a consultation with Katz, or an associate, plus a signature diamond microband ring.
Square footage: 5,000
Nightly rate from $25,000
455 Madison Avenue at 50th Street, New York, NY 10022
Royal Plaza Suite, The Plaza
An archetypal palatial accommodation, this three-bedroom suite is packed with an array of social and private rooms, each teeming with rich furnishings and fabrics that showcase a revolving art exhibition in partnership with Christie’s. The suite is fully equipped for entertaining with its own butler’s pantry, state-of-the-art kitchen and the option to retain the services of a personal chef throughout your stay. For guests’ privacy, the suite has its own elevator and in-suite gym.
Square footage: 4,490
Nightly rate: From $20,000
VIP Contact: Shane Krige
General Manager Phone: +1 212 546 5203
5th Avenue at Central Park South
Tiffany Suite, The St. Regis
From this suite overlooking Central Park, it’s easy to imagine Holly Golightly shopping at Tiffany just around the corner. Starwood Hotels’ designer Caroline Rippeteau teamed up with the iconic store to decorate the rooms in its trademark turquoise blue, with jewel-inspired accessories. The hotel is home to the King Cole Bar, which claims to be where the Bloody Mary was invented.
Square Footage: 1,700
Nightly rate: From $7,676
2 E 55th St, New York, NY 10022, USA
Tata Suite, The Pierre
Murano chandeliers, deep couches, calming neutrals with metallic accents and a bathroom decked out in Turkish marble and Molton Brown goodies – this elegant suite offers comfort on a grand scale – and sanctuary from Manhattan’s relentless pace. There are two en suite bedrooms, living room and a dining room for eight, but the real draw is the view of Central Park.
Square footage: 1,980
Nightly rate: From $20,000
Five-bedroom Terrace Suite, The Mark
America’s largest suite, this vast penthouse occupies the 16th and 17th floors of The Mark and has three elevators, a ballroom with 26ft-high ceilings, a 24-person dining room and a kitchen fit for a Michelin-starred chef. Which is handy, as The Mark’s chef, Jean-Georges Vongerichten, holds three stars and will whip up a private dinner.
Square Footage: 4,788
Nightly rate: From $75,000
25 E 77th St, New York, NY 10075, USA
The Spa Suite, Inn New York City
The entire floor is your own personal spa, featuring Jacuzzi-for-two facing a dramatic fireplace, sauna and glass-block enclosed rain-shower. A king-sized bed on a raised oak platform in your bedroom and a fully equipped galley kitchen with intimate dining area complete this sophisticated, romantic suite.
Square Footage: 850
VIP contact: Elyn Mensch
+1 212 580 1900
266 West 71 Street, NYC, NY 10023
Trump International Hotel & Tower
The impressive 52-story glass tower is located at the juncture of Central Park, Columbus Circle and Broadway. Inside the hotel, guests enjoy a higher level of luxury with unrivaled hospitality and detail oriented amenities.
Guests will enjoy seating in plush, high-contrast upholstered velvets, and silky fabrics will be paired with rich rosewood, mahogany, maple and walnut finishes. The added glamour continues with handcrafted Schonbek crystal chandeliers lending romantic allure to every guest room and suite. Burnished gold leaf, bronze, mirror and glass will add elegant touches, along with sumptuous velvet draperies and opulent silk accent walls making Trump International Hotel & Tower the epitome of luxury in the heart of Manhattan.
The signature hotel concierge services and amenities provide a customized experience for each and every guest.
+1 888 448 7867
One Central Park West, New York, NY 10023