After a $140 million renovation, The New York Palace recently revealed its two new luxury suites with state-of-the-art everything in the Towers section. New suites feature 5,000 sq ft of expansive space over three floors. The Jewel suite is designed by Los Angles-based jeweler Martin Katz, while the Champagne suite is designed by principal designer of design firm BBG-BBGM Amy Jakubowski. We’ll take a quick brief look at the Champagne Suite here.
Luxury Champagne inspired Champagne Suite, opulently decorated with modern and classical features, offer greats views of mid-town Manhattan, and great space for partying and relaxation. Suites entrance foyer features Nouveau Nero polished marble and rustic Italian stone textured walls. Its parlor is adorned by a 29-foot-wide black and white mural by French artist Alex et Marine. Befitting suite’s Champagne theme, its crystal chandelier resembling a bubble rush from a Champagne flute streams from the vaulted ceiling. The suite also features a fully stocked wine cave that pairs well with suites theme. Also located on first floor is the 10-seat dining room.
The second floor features living quarters of the suite. The master bedroom suite in Chardonnay colors, a guest room bathed in shades of Pinot Noir and a library doing double duty as tasting room. The well-appointed bathrooms are stocked with Molton Brown bath products and, plush microfiber robes and slippers. Other amenities include linen and pillow menu, hair dryer, bidets, walk-in closets and a custom designed terrace spa. A winding marble staircase leads from first to second floor.
An in-suite elevator takes guests to the third floor. Features includes a comfortable sitting area with a wood fireplace. Its spacious rooftop terrace is an open invitation to have impromptu get-togethers with the nearby pantry providing all the gastronomical needs. For tired bodies and minds the custom-designed waterfall spa is a perfect place to relax after partying all night.
Rates for each suite begin at $25,000 per night and includes services of expert maitre d’etage service, Maybach house car service, complimentary champagne, and Michel Richard white chocolate diamond truffles in the grand parlor.