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The St. Regis New York has introduced The Tiffany Suite, a 1,700-square-foot unit inspired by Tiffany & Co. The famed Fifth Avenue neighbors collaborated on an experience they intended to be quintessentially New York, starting with the view: Floor-to-ceiling windows in the suite's living room look out over Fifth Avenue and Central Park. Inside, the expansive one-bedroom, two-bathroom suite is appointed with white, beige, charcoal and silver fabrics, studded with Deco jewel–inspired furnishings and accented, of course, with touches of Tiffany blue. The foyer features that signature color, which appears in the glass-beaded and silver-leafed wall coverings (evoking the image of an engagement ring), while the bedroom has a porcelain flower installation, a grand mirrored vanity and a Tiffany-blue striped headboard. Guests receive round-the-clock St. Regis butler service, and for those looking to entertain in true Fifth Avenue style, the suite's dining room is equipped with a glossy white 10-person table, Tiffany china and barware, and a glittering crystal chandelier. From $8,500 per night at 2 East 55th St.; 212-753-4500;

Photo Courtesy The St. Regis New York


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