The New York Palace completes its $140 million renovations with the unveiling of its luxury triplex suite – The Champagne Suite. It boasts exquisite design, while offering guests special access and amenities they will find nowhere else. And, also requires $25,000 on your account, and that’s the price per night. The Champagne Suite—designed by New York-based firm HOK—takes its color inspiration from the varietals of Dom Perignon, with palettes reflecting Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes in particular.
Stone tiles and crystal pendant lighting up the glam factor, but the iconic Empire State Building view—visible from floor-to-ceiling windows in the Grand Parlor—reminds you that you’re smack dab in the middle of The Big Apple. Turn away from that view and there’s more beauty to behold, in the form of a two-story black-and-white wall mural by French artists A&M Tatoueurs de Murs, which makes ascending to the suite’s second floor a fashionable endeavor on its own. Below the staircase, the dining room—with its hewn woods, crystal fixtures, and seating for 10—makes eating in a tempting proposition.
The second floor is where you’ll find the Master Bedroom Suite, where the blend of ecru, cream, and amber tones pay tribute to the Chardonnay grape. That same refreshing color palette continues into the Master Bathroom, where suite-dwellers will have to choose whether they’re in a walk-in shower or soaking tub kind of mood. New York’s unparalleled skyline can also be enjoyed al fresco on the suite’s third floor, where an oversized outdoor terrace offers unobstructed views of the surrounding city.
There’s also a custom-designed Jacuzzi spa for those who prefer their champagne with a deep soak. The suite’s most inspired amenity speaks straight to the heart of its theme: a champagne wine cave—the only one of its kind in a New York City hotel—is stocked with bottles of Dom Perignon. And its rustic charm is tailor-made for sommelier-led tastings and private dinners. True high-rollers can request a custom-engraved bottle of the good stuff to commemorate their stays.