In all her splendor stands The St. Regis New York Hotel. She is proud, established, luxurious, perfectly polished, modern, seductive, exquisite, charming, and can be found on the prestigious 55th and 5th Avenue. She is the original. She is St. Regis. I was fortunate enough to stay at this hotel on Monday night and enjoyed every moment.
I had breakfast in their restaurant and was able to sneak in a few photos before anyone came down. The design of the hotel is something to be admired. Sometimes there is art on the walls, and sometimes the art is the wall. In this case, the ceiling was a work of art.
The King Cole Bar is notorious in the City as being one of the best bars for cocktails. It’s small, intimate, dark and attracts a great crowd. The first Bloody Mary was poured here n 1934. It was then called The Red Snapper, so if you ask the bartenders, they will most likely recommend this drink. The Old King Cole mural alone is reason to come.
My room was oversized, impeccably designed and it illuminated when I walked into the room. You could feel the rich history from the moment you stepped through the black doors. The sitting area was spacious and had such inspiring design and the bed felt like you were sleeping on a cloud. The St. Regis New York has a Bentley Suite, Dior Suite and a Tiffany’s Suite. Mine was a Deluxe Room, so you can just imagine what the suites look like.
Thank you for such a memorable stay, St. Regis. You sure know how to make a girl feel welcome, spoiled and extremely grateful.