Photo Courtesy of The New York Palace
As if The New York Palace could get any more glamorous, they decided to undergo a $140 million renovation and completed the project this November with the addition of two new specialty triplex suites. The full transformation resulted in a hotel that topped itself with its updates to the lobby, the Towers suites and guestrooms and the addition of new restaurant bars and a 50th street entrance.
Both new suites, The Jewel and The Champagne, offer 5,000 square feet of space and overlook Manhattan from 53 stories above. Designed by jeweler Martin Katz, The Jewel Suite features lavish furnishings such as rich Port Laurent stone floors and a 20-foot ‘diamond waterfall’ chandelier. The master bedroom sits on the second floor and comes with plush Art Deco-inspired chairs upholstered in lavish silver and pearl velvet. If that’s not enough, guests will receive an original Martin Katz Diamond Microband Ring upon booking.
Modern yet classic, the juxtaposition of design elements of The Champagne Suite creates an accommodation that is both strikingly picturesque and smartly functional. Floor-to-ceiling windows flood the Grand Parlor with natural light and offer views of Midtown Manhattan. Using smoky reds and soft creams, the bedrooms is dressed in a Champagne varietals color scheme contrasted by light colors in the master bathroom. Further amenities include a wine cave, library, art collection, and an outdoor terrace with Jacuzzi spa. Both suites start at $25,000 per night.