Palace Perspectives : Lotte New York Palace Review
As you might remember, I wrote a review about the Lotte New York Palace after staying in one of their amazing Tower suites during the U.S. Open.
I never got the Jewel Suite at the New York Palace out of my mind! Could you ?
Thus, we got in touch with the wonderful people at the New York Palace and booked another one of The Tower’s Speciality Suites.
We were traveling with friends this go around, so we needed an additional bedroom. Thus, we booked the New York Palace Three Bedroom Speciality Suite.
The suites are located within the Towers at the Palace. The Towers are a group of hotel rooms and suites that have their own lobby, check in area, concierge, and elevators. One might describe it as the “club level of the the New York Palace.”
It feels as if you are staying in a boutique hotel with personalized service, yet with the amenities of large hotel.
Note : The New York Palace is the place to stay if you want to spot the top tennis players during the U.S. Open! Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Serena Williams, and Venus Williams were all staying at the New York Palace during the U.S. Open.
During our visit, I ran into Rafael Nadal on the elevator. Eeek! I’m a huge tennis fan!
Of course, I said absolutely nothing to him. lol.
Anyway, our three bedroom speciality suite was massive!
Living Room Number 1 :
Living Room #2
I think you get the picture! The suite is over 3,000 square feet, so we had more than ample room to spread out.
Truthfully, it was hard to leave our amazing suite at the NY Palace. Nonetheless, the hotel had plenty to offer outside the room as well.
We enjoyed a glass of wine at Rarities, which is a “don’t miss” at the New York Palace. Rarities has a ton of New York history behind its walls, and its definitely worth a visit.
Don’t let google articles with titles like : “the luxe club where the 1% drops $3,000 for a shot of liquor” scare you away.
While Im sure you can spend $3,000 for a shot of liquor, you can also buy a very reasonably priced glass of wine by New York standards. I think our glass might have been $20 at the most.
We also enjoyed breakfast at the quick service restaurant, Pomme Palaise, and the full service restaurant, Villards.
As you can see from our New York City Vlog, we had another amazing time at the Lotte New York Palace and would highly recommend the hotel to anyone!
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