What are suites like at The St. Regis New York?

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If you’re in New York for a special occasion or want to take your significant other to one of the most romantic places in Manhattan, then we recommend staying in an upscale suite at The St. Regis New York, where classic New York meets modern amenities.

Staying in a suite at this historic Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel in Midtown costs considerably more than a regular guest room, though prices fluctuate depending on season and advance booking notice; we’ve seen suites range from $1,125 to $3,300 a night. The designer and presidential suites are the priciest at $8,500 and $19,000 a night, respectively.

Regular suites come in three categories: Astor, Deluxe and Madison. Depending on layout, you’ll have additional living space, bathrooms and sliding French doors not found in regular guest rooms. Deluxe suites also feature ornamental fireplaces.

The New York hotel also has 10 designer and specialty suites: The St. Regis, Fifth Avenue, Grand, Orient, Milano, Christian Dior, Tiffany, Imperial, Royal and Presidential suites. Some feature ornamental fireplaces or were decorated by top design houses, hence the familiar names. The presidential suite is the most prestigious suite in the hotel, featuring a marble foyer, dining table that seats eight and two terraces overlooking Fifth Avenue and East 55th Street.

No matter which kind of room you stay in, you’ll be treated to the most comfortable bed you’ve ever slept in. Each room features a Serta pillow-top mattress, lined with Egyptian cotton sheets and topped with overstuffed feather pillows. We loved the white duvet — puffed up a foot high, it’ll make you feel like you’re sleeping in a cloud.

Guest rooms and suites feature additional seating areas with chairs, couches and a work desk, as well as closets and additional storage space with shelves and drawers. So go ahead, unpack and stay a while — you’ll feel right at home at The St. Regis New York.

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