New York Palace’s Champagne Suite puts the sparkle in sparkling

Thursday, July 10, 2014

The New York Palace is excited to toast the newest addition to the Towers of the hotel, the 5,000-square-foot triplex Champagne Suite. This marvelous abode sells at $25,000 per night and usually attracts celebrities, international royalty and tastemakers as guests.

The décor is a mix between modern and glamorous elements with carefully chosen beautifully contrasting features like stone tiles and crystal pendant lighting. It was inspired by the distinct colors of the champagne variety, particularly Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, and the vintage champagne Dom Pérignon.

The suite is decked out in all of the top-of-the-line amenities. It features a fully furnished outdoor terrace with a jacuzzi, an en-suite kitchen, floor-to-ceiling windows that provide a breathtaking view of the Manhattan skyline, a private elevator, a 10-seat dining room and a wood burning fireplace; this is only one of two hotels in New York City who offer this luxury to its guests.

It wouldn’t be an A-list must-have accommodation without fine art accessories. In the Grand Parlor there is a two-story black and white mural that was created by French artists A&M Tatoueurs de Murs. Guests also have access to a private library.

“The Champagne Suite” is its name for a reason because it pays tribute to our favorite bubbly beverage. The suite houses a Dom Pérignon-stocked champagne wine cave directly adjacent to the Grand Parlor. This is the only New York City hotel to boast a wine cave of this kind.

For a special occasion, guests have the option of receiving a custom engraved champagne bottle to commemorate their intimate celebrations. They can also choose to have an exclusive private dining experience that is masterfully prepared en-suite with complementing champagne selections for each course. This experience is in addition to the private tasting they can have led by a trained sommelier.

What are you waiting for AVENUE insiders? Make your reservation now. Pop a bottle and laissez les bons temps roulez in this heavenly abode.


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