St. Regis, New York

In New York, a stay at the St. Regis hotel is more a rite of passage than a credit card charge. The eighteen-story iconic NYC locale, which first opened its doors in September of 1904, was considered one of America’s first skyscraper hotels – and its been standing tall ever since. More than one hundred years later, the cherished landmark is a junction of tradition and innovation with magnificent guest rooms, suites and unparalleled dining options.

There are more than eighteen high-end suites and guestrooms at the St. Regis, but every standard room come with butler service, high-speed internet, complimentary bottled water and a shoe shine, tea or coffee at wake-up, a daily newspaper, fitness center and upon arrival, guests are greeted with fruit as well as two complimentary pressings.

The society bar known as the King Cole Bar serves up an iconic Red Snapper, known to the rest of the world as their beloved Bloody Mary. Three separate menus break up the day at the King Cole Bar (breakfast, lunch and dinner), as well as a specialty St. Regis Tea Menu and a Cognac menu.

In the lower lobby of the hotel is the Remede Spa, where guests can customize spa treatments to meet their individual needs. There’s also the Cognac Room by Thornwillow at The St. Regis New York on the hotel’s ground floor. It’s filled with comfortable reading chairs, writing desks and antiqued paneled cases. Guests are invited to peruse the one-of-a-kind, handmade products as well as visit the Stationary Bar, which houses a collection of note cards, journals and various other writing materials.

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