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When you’re a guest at The St. Regis New York, at the end of the day during turndown the staff sets slippers out on by the foot of the bed on a mat and tops a tray on your bed featuring a breakfast room service menu, laundry form and shoeshine kit.
Your personal butler at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel restocks the room with ice and two complimentary bottles of water, placing them on the nightstands next to your bed, and, of course, closes the drapes, turns down the bed linens, dims the lights and sets the radio to a classical music station so you can lull yourself to sleep with the sounds of Beethoven if you so desire. A weather card is also placed atop your bed so you’ll know exactly what to expect for the next day. And for anything else you need, a touch of a button on the bedside control panel signals the butler assigned to your room.