The famous St Regis Hotel in New York had an interior design refresher just last year, worth taking a look at. While we are there, we will stop by the iconic King Cole bar and see what everybody is celebrating there this year
Today we are going to hop in a cab and head over to the St. Regis Hotel in New York. It is simply divine. I will show you a few suites so we can get a sense of the outstanding interior design range within the hotel - beyond the beauty of the standard rooms. The design work is elegant, technologically modern and luxurious. The design firm HDC oversaw the renovation and redesign of all hotel interiors in 2013, from guest rooms to suites to public spaces. They hit it over the fence. Are you ready for a quick tour?
Creating an aesthetic based on a “timeless is modern” philosophy, HDC embraced the design legacy of the hotel while infusing contemporary style, cultivating a thoroughly residential sensibility throughout. This fresh and sophisticated approach has married original design elements, such as the crystal Waterford chandeliers and elegant crown moldings, with beautiful, large-format photographic artwork, vibrant-hued fabrics and stunning beveled mirrors.
Every guest of The St. Regis New York enjoys the following complimentary amenities:
Signature St. Regis Butler Service, available 24 hours a day
Pressing of up to two items of clothing per guest upon arrival
Tea or coffee served by a St. Regis Butler in guestroom upon arrival & following daily wake-up call
Fresh fruit amenity upon arrival
Bottled water replenished daily
Unlimited use of St. Regis Athletic Club
Use of the custom Bentley Mulsanne Courtesy Car (subject to availability)
Sounds good to me.
OK, let's head up to see a few of the beautiful suites, by way of the famous stairwell…
In 1904, John Jacob Astor IV built and furnished this hotel for approximately $5.5million. Of that, $1 million went toward building this gorgeous marble staircase.
The Royal Suite embodies the perfect mix of European style and American spirit, featuring a rich color palette, gilded moldings, exotic prints and an eclectic art collection. The suite consists of one to three bedrooms, up to two living rooms, one study, two parlor bathrooms, one to four full bathrooms, a dining room to seat ten, and full kitchen facilities.518