Want to live like a royal or the president? Go all out and book yourself into one these pricey hotel suites…
The Empire Suite @ The Carlyle
Built in 1930, The Carlyle is a New York City luxury and residential hotel that exudes charm and elegance. It has 190 rooms and suites with stunning views of Central Park. It is a Manhattan landmark.
From President Truman to HRH, The Prince of Wales – The Carlyle has an impressive list of guests and visitors. It offers valet and secretarial services, a 24 hour business center, white gloved elevator operator, 24-hour security, twice daily maid service, and boutiques that sell luxury items from art to linen.
The Empire Suite at The Carlyle is luxury at its best. It is a spacious three-bedroom duplex located on floors 28 and 29, designed by Thierry Despont. It has 2,600 sq. ft. of living space featuring marble bathrooms, a powder room, an office, a full kitchen, a separate sitting room, a dining room with seating for up to six guests, separate service entrance for housekeeping, and an art collection curated by the Met museum. Both the living room and master bedroom feature unobstructed views of Central Park with floor-to-ceiling picture windows.
For more information, please visit The Carlyle.
The Jewel Suite @ Lotte New York Palace
Built in 1882, Lotte New York Palace is a luxury hotel in Midtown Manhattan, housed in the historic landmark Villard Mansion and an adjacent modern 55-story skyscraper. The Villard Mansion consisted of 6 neo-Italian Renaissance townhouses surrounding a courtyard on Madison Avenue. In the spring of 1974, the developer Harry Helmsley proposed a 55-story hotel for the site of the Villard Houses called The Helmsley Palace Hotel.
Today, Lotte New York Palace is a New York icon of style and sophistication, offering 733 guest rooms and suites. The Towers at Lotte New York Palace are a subset of 176 opulent guest rooms and suites located on the top fourteen floors of the hotel, with its own separate check-in and dedicated concierge.
The Jewel Suite at Lotte New York Palace is one of the most imaginative and opulent luxury suites in Manhattan with its 3-storey, 5,000 sq. ft design. Its 2-storey living room looks out at both the Chrysler Building and the Empire State building. The suite was designed by jewelry designer Martin Katz and features a two-storey “cascading crystal” chandelier, formal living room with grand piano, mirrored dining room, landscaped and furnished outdoor terrace with stone spa, private elevator, floating display cases showcasing Katz’s creations valued at more than $1.5 million, and floor-to-ceiling windows. It offers house car service, packing and unpacking services, and 24-hour housekeeping.
For more information, please visit Lotte New York Palace.
The Royal Plaza Suite @ Plaza Hotel
Built in 1907, the Plaza Hotel is a landmark 20-storey luxury hotel and condominium apartment building in the Midtown Manhattan neighborhood. The Plaza Hotel offers its guests and residences many services including a butler on every floor, baby-sitting and concierges, a shopping mall, the Palm Court under the restored stained glass ceiling, the Champagne Bar with views of Grand Army Plaza, the Edwardian Room, the Terrace Room, the Rose Club, the Grand Ball Room, The Plaza Food Hall and The Todd English Food Hall Restaurant and Marketplace, as well as meeting rooms and conference rooms. It is an iconic presence in New York City.
The Royal Plaza Suite at the Plaza Hotel is a magnificent, three-bedroom suite in a private area of the hotel overlooking Fifth Avenue and the Pulitzer Fountain. The sumptuous textiles and exquisite furnishings are inspired by the decorative style of Louis XV’s royal court. The suite features a state-of-the-art kitchen, a living room with a grand piano, a 12 seat dining room, a fitness room with state-of-the-art equipment, a master bedroom overlooking Fifth Avenue, and a library that has been stocked with titles hand-selected by Prosper Assouline.
For more information, please visit the Plaza Hotel.
The Presidential Suite @ St. Regis New York
Opened in 1904, the St. Regis New York is a historic luxury hotel, holding Forbes five-star and AAA five-diamond ratings. It is chic and glamorous, offering 171 guestrooms, 67 suites, butler and Bentley service, the famed Astor Digital Library, exceptional dining at Astor Court, as well as the famed King Cole Bar. The hotel’s eighth, ninth, tenth and eleventh floors were converted to The St. Regis Residences, consisting of 48 condominiums.
The Presidential Suite at St. Regis New York Hotel is a sumptuous 3,000 sq ft, 3 bedroom suite. It features a full kitchen, living room, formal dining room, powder room, four bathrooms, wood-paneled library, large foyer, floor-to-ceiling windows with views of 5th Avenue, 55th Street and Central Park, and a master suite with a dressing room, spa-style bathroom, Jacuzzi tub, and private sitting area.
For more information, please visit St. Regis New York.
The Time Warner Penthouse @ Four Seasons Hotel New York
Opened in 1993, the Four Seasons Hotel New York is a hotel noted for its luxurious, art moderne decor. At 682 feet tall and 52 stories, it is the second tallest hotel in New York City, and the fourth tallest in the U.S.. It offers 368 ultra-spacious suites and guest rooms, use of the Rolls-Royce courtesy car within 12 block radius, twice daily housekeeping services, shoe shining services, 24-hour business services, and unlimited use of Health Club, including steam and sauna.
The Time Warner Penthouse at the Four Seasons Hotel is a 4,300 sq. ft. penthouse that soars 500 ft above Manhattan, offering panoramic views. It features one-of-a-kind furnishings, original works by international artists, four cantilevered glass balconies, a private spa, a living room with mother of pearl inlay hand-lacquered, a 700 sq ft library with a 26 ft cathedral ceiling and a Bosendorfer Baby Grand Piano, 25 ft bronze clad bay windows with views of Central Park & the Manhattan skyline, a chromatherapy infinity soak tub, an oversized Dornbracht steam rain walls, and a chauffeured Rolls-Royce at your disposal.
For more information, please visit Four Seasons Hotel New York.