Hotel Review: Ridiculous St Regis Suite In New York City

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The St Regis New York offers 67 expansive suites and this is just one of those ridiculously large suites for a mid week business trip.

The St. Regis Suite offers the ability to convert the suite to one or two bedrooms. Interior views ensure tranquility, while the marble foyer separating the living room and bedroom guarantees privacy. This suite also features a large closet and two full Italian marble bathrooms.

Upgraded as a Platinum member, this ~1,200 square foot suite really impressed. From the Marble foyer to the separate rooms to the chandeliers, this was spacious hotel living near its finest in New York City.

The living room had what looked like 12 inch crown molding and chandeliers. Enough seating for an Audrey Hepburn style party.


The beds are huge, fluffy and are so comfortable.


Bottom Line

For this Platinum member’s corporate rate the St Regis New York really delivered.

The St Regis New York is one of those hotels I would go out of my way to visit during a stay in New York.

Have you ever redeemed points for a nicer hotel than you should have? Where was it and how many points did you use to stay there?

If you are short on elite status, consider the Starwood Preferred Guest Credit Card from Amex which gives 5 elite qualifying nights, and 2 stay credits just for having the card. The Platinum Card from American Express offers complimentary annual SPG Gold status just for having the card, so that is something else to consider.

If you are looking for Marriott points, remember, Starpoints are valuable and made more so by the Marriott Starwood merger last year. You can transfer 1 Starpoints to 3 Marriott points.Consider Starwood Preferred Guest® Credit Card from American Express.

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  1. My girlfriend and I booked a regular room back in March and told them we were celebrating our anniversary (which was the following month). After booking through Amex FH&R and getting the 3rd night free (along with 100$ for bfast, – we still had $20ish or so left over to pay everymoring) – they upgrade us to same suite – and it was marvelous from start to finish. I am only a Gold member through Amex platinum, but they treated us like royalty – from hand written notes to chocolate dipped strawberries in our room, there was nothing quite like it.

  2. I apologize if this is off-topic from this post, but I’ve really enjoyed reading through your blog and I’ve found a lot of helpful hints. Wanted to comment on the most recent post and you seem to be the expert on Delta award redemption. I’m looking to book a round trip award flight from NY-Vancouver for an Alaska cruise departing mid-July and coming back early August. The only things I can pull up are 40,000 each way=80,000 miles plus over $100 in fees? Is this correct? I tried various searches and even to Seattle instead of Vancouver to keep it domestic (and then I could very easily get from Seattle to Vancouver) and it gave the same mileage. Other airlines use WAY less miles, but I’ve got about 60k with Delta (not even enough for one OT?!). It also looked like I could book just one way, which I thought Delta didn’t offer. Am I looking at this correctly or has something changed? Thank you so much for your help.

  3. @Chelsea, is this for First or Coach? If this is for First Class, then 80,000 miles round-trip would be a standard award for them. Delta does not yet allow one-way awards so when you search for them it just prices as a round-trip.

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