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The St. Regis New York

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The St. Regis New York New York New York United States
The St. Regis New York New York New York United States
The St. Regis New York New York New York United States
The St. Regis New York New York New York United States
The St. Regis New York New York New York United States
The St. Regis New York New York New York United States
The St. Regis New York New York New York United States
The St. Regis New York New York New York United States
The St. Regis New York New York New York United States
The St. Regis New York New York New York United States
The St. Regis New York
For a New York experience that’s equally extravagant and convenient, visitors should consider a stay at this five-star hotel, located just blocks away from Midtown Manhattan sites like Central Park, the Museum of Modern Art, and Carnegie Hall. Built in 1904 by John Jacob Astor, the Beaux-Arts building houses 239 rooms across 20 floors, plus an incredibly prized means of accessing each one—an original brass-and-marble staircase runs from the lobby level to the 19th floor (a development that cost Astor $1 million of his $5.5 million investment in the hotel). Once guests do land in their rooms, it will be tough to leave thanks to the signature butler service, available 24/7 for any number of requests, from the everyday to the once-in-a-lifetime. One of your asks should most definitely be a reservation at the on-site King Cole Bar, where bartender Fernand Petiot allegedly invented the Bloody Mary in 1934.

The St. Regis New York
The iconic Tiffany jewelry box is brought to life in the St. Regis New York’s 1,700-square-foot Tiffany Suite. Bright blue walls and silver upholstery are the backdrop for a dangling, crystal-beaded chandelier in the dining room, and sleek grays accentuate the bedroom’s porcelain-flower wall decorations.

Two E 55th St, New York, NY 10022, USA
+1 212-753-4500
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