The Palace Hotel
  • Hotel Suite of the Week: Jewel and Champagne at The Palace

    The New York Palace completed its $140 million renovations with the unveiling of its two specialty triplex suites, including the Jewel Suite by Martin Katz and the Champagne Suite. The two 5,000 square foot suites sit 53 stories above Manhattan at the top of the hotel's exclusive hotel-within-a-hotel Towers.
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  • Hotel Suite of the Week: Jewel and Champagne at The Palace

    Amenities for both of the specialty suites include private express elevators available only to guests of the Towers, along with expert service, Maybach house car service and ensuite kitchens. Rates for each suite begin at $25,000 per night. Here, the Jewel Suite.
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  • Hotel Suite of the Week: Jewel and Champagne at The Palace

    The Jewel Suite by Martin Katz was designed in collaboration with the renowned jeweler to the stars for which it is named. It features Port Laurent stone floors, diamond-like wall coverings in jewel tones, a 20-foot "diamond waterfall" chandelier and "floating" crystal jewel boxes encasing distinctive jewelry creations by Martin Katz, a permanent installation of the foyer art and design.
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  • Hotel Suite of the Week: Jewel and Champagne at The Palace

    The Grand Parlor has floor-to-ceiling windows and a grand piano sitting center stage. The second floor houses the Master Bedroom while the suite's third floor has one of the few wood-burning fireplaces still available in a New York City hotel. On warmer evenings, guests can opt to take in the city views from the spa installed on their private outdoor terrace.
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  • Hotel Suite of the Week: Jewel and Champagne at The Palace

    Each guest who books the suite at its nightly rate will receive an original Martin Katz Diamond Microband Ring, with a retail value of $2,500. Guests can also arrange for rare access to Katz for private showings, design consultation and custom jewelry creations.
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  • Hotel Suite of the Week: Jewel and Champagne at The Palace

    The Champagne Suite was designed by notable New York-based design firm BBG-BBGM. Upon entering the Champagne Suite, guests are met with a series of floor-to-ceiling windows with views of midtown Manhattan. Right off the Grand Parlor sits a wine cave designed for hosting tastings led by trained sommeliers.
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  • Hotel Suite of the Week: Jewel and Champagne at The Palace

    Opposite the windows is an eye-catching two-story black-and-white wall mural created by French artists A&M (Alex et Marine) Tatoueurs de Murs. Under the mural, the Dining Room, with seating for up to 10.
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  • Hotel Suite of the Week: Jewel and Champagne at The Palace

    The design of the second floor features soft creams and smoky reds inspired by the colors of Champagne varietals. The color scheme continues into the suite's Master Bathroom, which has a walk-in shower or soaking tub.
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  • Hotel Suite of the Week: Jewel and Champagne at The Palace

    A library filled with carefully chosen books and art offers additional space for more intimate entertaining and lounging.
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  • Hotel Suite of the Week: Jewel and Champagne at The Palace

    Guests are encouraged to take advantage of the oversize outdoor terrace complete with a custom-designed Jacuzzi spa, perfect for sipping Champagne while enjoying views of the city below. For celebrations, the top floor can host receptions complete with a private bar, wood- burning fireplace and an outdoor reception area.
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