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Entrance to The New York Palace Hotel


The New York Palace Hotel

New York is home to the most premium hotels and accommodations. For those who are looking for luxurious stay, at a price of $25,000 a night the New York Palace offers a spectacular penthouse suite.


The Jewel Suite is designed by renowned jeweler Martin Katz. The room is inspired by Martin's favorite things from architecture, fine art, jewel tones, wines and rare cars.  Guests are ushered into a 2 story grand salon with views from the Chrysler to the Empire State buildings. Specialty services also come with the suite, including a Maybach car service plus and diamond ring designed by Martin Katz himself.



The 5,000 plus square foot, three-story suite merges romance with abstract elements in a luxurious and luminous setting. Katz’s personal touches can be found throughout the space; extraordinary displays of original artwork created by Martin exclusively for The Jewel Suite.


The Jewel Suite celebrates light and reflection with a two-story cascading crystal chandelier along with a grand stairway in sculptural harmony with five suspended jewel boxes, where Katz’s exclusive jewelry designs live permanently in the walls;

valued in excess of $1 million. 


Sensual jewel-toned furnishing, dramatic wall art and a magnificent grand piano makes this an ideal space for entertaining or relaxing in intimacy.

The Jewel Suite at The New York Palace Hotel
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The second floor includes the grandmaster, and guest bedrooms, both en suite, adorned in rich hues exuding opulence and subtle romance. A sumptuous boudoir includes a Lucite tableau showcasing specular jewels. Floor-to-ceiling mirrors accommodate a large display of fashion for styling and showing. A quiet, romantic hideaway awaits on the terrace level, complete with a historic wood-burning fireplace and penthouse-style glass walls. An outdoor terrace features an elevated stone spa and green space, where guest may enjoy a private dinner or breakfast–a one-of-a-kind urban escape with a million–dollar view of the Manhattan skyline. 

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