Prepare to be dazzled! The New York Palace recently revealed two new luxury additions: The Jewel Suite by Martin Katz and The Champagne Suite. Designed by American jewelry designer Martin Katz and New York-based design firm BBG-BBGM, the two new specialty suites are part of the property’s $140 million renovations.
Several prominent New Yorkers including Grammy Award winning artists David Foster, Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds and The Tenors came out to celebrate the unveiling, reports The Pursuitist.
Decorated in rich, jewel-inspired colors, the Jewel Suite screams elegance with its Port Laurent stone floors, 20-foot waterfall chandelier and grand piano. For even more sparkle, the suite includes clear crystal jewelry filled with Martin Katz creations.
On the top level, there’s a wood burning fireplace–a rarity in NYC hotels—and an expansive outdoor terrace with breathtaking views of the skyline. And to top it off, each guest that stays in the suite also leaves with their own gift–a $2,500 Martin Katz Diamond Microband Ring.
The suites, which span 5,000 square feet, are located on the 53rd floor and can be reserved for $25,000 per night.
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