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By webadmin | February 17 2011
New York, New York – Reported by Elite Traveler, the Private Jet Lifestyle Magazine
At a time when New York City is experiencing its strongest tourism boom since 2009, Trump SoHo is giving guests another reason to visit: top of the line penthouses, second to none and unlike anything else you have seen in Manhattan. The sleek 46-story New York City hotel, which opened in April, has introduced 11 penthouse suites with views as expansive as their square footage. Ten of them feature two bedrooms, giving Trump SoHo more two-bedroom penthouse suites than any other hotel in Manhattan.
While each suite will dazzle travelers with its own distinct characteristics, the collection as a whole offers a new level of luxurious services and amenities.
Rooms with a View
From two penthouse suites on the 43rd floor guests have a choice of coveted city views. If you prefer a Hudson River sunset, the southwest facing suite delivers one nightly. Prefer a Manhattan cityscape? Guests of the New York hotel can literally soak in the view of the Empire State Building from the north facing suite’s freestanding bathtub.
From special celebrations to intimate dinner parties, hosting a private event in a chic penthouse suite is now an option. The most spectacular New York City hotel suite for such an occasion is the 2,300-square-foot duplex terrace penthouse that rises from the 43rd to the 44th floor. Double-height, floor-to-ceiling windows, and an outdoor terrace of nearly 400 square feet, offer unrivalled panoramic views of Manhattan. The convenience of a wine cooler, Subzero refrigerator, and the option of in-room dining, make party planning effortless. For smaller gatherings, the 44th floor has a 1,797-square-foot penthouse suite that features a spacious Hudson River-facing living room, and an in-room “wine cellar” stocked with premium vintages. Suites on the 42nd floor also offer spacious living areas and dining for either four or eight respectively.
Whatever your game may be – date night or bragging rights – the hotel’s 33rd floor has a hidden gem that suits all occasions. This two-bedroom penthouse suite, unique to the hotel, boasts a pool table, high-end audio and video set up and a California king bed. Ideal for a private dinner for two followed by a movie and Parmesan truffle butter popcorn or having the crew catch a sports match that starts with cold beers and finishes with a game of pool, it’s easy to score points with this suite.
Two-bedroom penthouses suites start at $2,800 per night.