An Exclusive First Look at Lotte New York Palace's Newly Renovated Standout Suites

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The luxurious Midtown landmark hotel's renovated suites come with the world's most expensive mattresses and Peloton bikes. 

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The Lotte New York Palace, an American Express Fine Hotels & Resorts property, is already known as one of New York City's most luxurious (and largest) hotels with one-of-a-kind suites worth planning a whole trip around. And while the five-star stay just debuted a new ultimate sleep suite back in November, this month they've unveiled eight spectacular newly-renovated luxury suites called the Royal Suite Collection. 

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Ranging in size from 2,500-square-foot one-bedrooms to a whopping 5,000-square-foot three-floor penthouse, the eight spacious suites can be found at the hotel's The Towers which is a "hotel within a hotel" that's perched at the top 14 floors of the Palace and has its own private reception area, a dedicated concierge team, and Maybach car service. 

The Tower's newly renovated collection consists of four three-floor penthouse suites, each with private elevators and rooftop terraces: Madison Avenue Penthouse, Park Avenue Penthouse, The Jewel Suite by Martin Katz and The Champagne Suite in addition to The Hästens Ultimate Sleep Suite, The Empire Skyview Suite, The Manhattan Skyview Suite and the Imperial Suite.

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“The collection is unlike any other offered in Manhattan and each suite’s striking design and bespoke amenities reflect the level of luxury that the Palace is known to offer its guests,” Rebecca Hubbard, General Manager of Lotte New York Palace said in a statement. 

Back to those three-floor penthouse suites. The hotel’s newest penthouse suites, the Madison Avenue Penthouse and the Park Avenue Penthouse, feel like a townhouse-within-a-hotel. Designed by interior designers ForrestPerkins, the suites have an extensive living area that has an overlook on the second level as well as a rooftop media room complete with a working fireplace and an expansive outdoor terrace on the third floor made for unwinding in. 

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But that's not all. Other standout amenities in the penthouse suites include Peloton spin bikes in a private fitness room with breathtaking views of the Manhattan skyline and Hästens mattresses (which retail in the six-figure range and take 350 working hours to complete—only nine artisans are qualified to create it), so you know you're in for a good night's sleep. 

The one-floor Skyview suites are no less impressive. The Empire Skyview Suite and The Manhattan Skyview both come with a library, gym, entertainment room, living room, office, dining room, and kitchen.

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The two additional three-floor penthouse suites are the iconic Champagne Suite, which has a two-story marble parlor adorned with a mural by French artists Alex et Marine, and includes a wine cave and rooftop terrace with a custom waterfall spa and the 5,000-square-foot Jewel Suite by jewelry designer Martin Katz features a two-story crystal chandelier, grand piano, and a terrace-level hideaway with a wood-burning fireplace.

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Want to check-in and check it out for yourself? Room rates for suites in the Royal Suite Collection range from $7,500 to $25,000 per night.