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A New York institution since 1904, The St. Regis New York has hosted more celebrities than 30 Rock. Royalty and famous folks of every kind have stayed at the luxury hotel, including Marilyn Monroe. And some didn’t just pop in on vacation, but actually set up permanent digs at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel, including actress Marlene Dietrich and artist Salvador Dali.
Celebrities unflinchingly opt for The St. Regis New York’s suites, which include a fleet of 10 specialty and designer spaces, with some decorated by the likes of Christian Dior and Tiffany. The most prestigious — and most expensive — room, the Presidential Suite, fetches $19,000 per night and features three bedrooms and four bathrooms, views of Fifth Avenue and East 55th Street, a walnut-paneled library and marble foyer.