New York’s New Peninsula Suite

The Peninsula Suite



The Peninsula New York unveiled its renovated Peninsula Suite, and we say it looks pretty spectacular. Taking up most of the 19th floor, it's got top views of Fifth Avenue and beyond. Its six rooms include a master bedroom and bath, a dining room with adjoining kitchen, a living room, a study and a second bedroom. 

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Fancy Add-ons: Well, there's a  grand piano, Murano glass chandeliers and the living room has a biofuel fireplace and an 80-inch TV with a 3D Blu-ray player. There is more for tech fans to love as well: The living room also those awesome automated draperies, and the library has a Wii and PlayStation. (The library also has a wet bar with complimentary premium drinks for when you need to take a break from gaming.) The master bedroom has a bedside panel that controls the draperies, lighting and temperature.

For Voyeurs:  The master bath has a large window overlooking Fifth Avenue.

The dining room can seat 10 and the adjacent butler’s kitchen has a Sub-Zero refrigerator, stovetop and microwave. 

Other suite perks include roundtrip airport transfers in the hotel’s signature BMW 7 series, plus, you have a choice of three different types of luxury linens and, of course, a pillow menu.

The hotel is situated on Fifth Avenue and 55th Street.

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