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When you get daily turndown service at The Peninsula New York, the blackout curtains are closed and the lighting is adjusted to create a warm and inviting ambience in your room. Your shoes are moved next to the luggage rack, fresh ice is set in the silver tray on top of the minibar and additional luxury bathroom amenities are provided — including an ESPA gentle deep-cleansing balm to help you relax before bed — and any stray newspapers or magazines are stacked on the side table. Clothes left lying around your spacious room are folded and placed neatly on the contemporary furniture. Finally, bottled water and a glass are set on the bedside table in case you want a drink before seeking sweet dreams.
When you return to your room after a day in the city, your drapes are drawn, the ice bucket is filled and a Peninsula bottled water and drinking glass is placed bedside. Bed sheets are clean, and a breakfast menu and hotel newsletter is placed on top. Slippers and a foot mat are placed bedside, towels and bathroom amenities are refreshed with a subtle glow from the night light, and the spa channel is turned emitting soothing music that lets you wind down.