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The New York Palace Hotel Unveils the Jewel Suite by Martin Katz

MARTIN KATZ THE JEWEL SUITE NEW YORK PALACE HOTELWhen it comes to travel, I’m all about the luxury and The New York Palace Hotel now delivers that in spades thanks to the new Jewel Suite by Martin Katz. On Monday night (November 12), Celebrity Jeweler Martin Katz threw a VIP unveiling event of his newly designed suite at The Towers in New York Palace Hotel. David Foster, “Babyface” and The Tenors were on hand to perform during the ritzy event.

Of course, the star of the party, was the new $25,000 a night three-story suite which offers over 5,000 square feet of space in a luxurious setting. Some of the features include a grand reception foyer, living room, dining room, grand reception foyer, entertainment lounge, private rooftop deck and a garden with its own spa that offers an amazing view of New York City’s skyline. Think that’s impressive? What about the suite’s own grand piano, a 20-foot ‘Waterfall of Diamonds’ chandelier, jewelry designs that are attached permanently to the walls, suspending ‘jewel boxes’ and 15-foot windows? Katz’ artwork, exclusive to the suite, is also featured in this luxurious space.

Martin Katz has been a jeweler to the stars for years now and his work has been showcased on many celebrities during high-profile events and awards. Partnering with a luxury property such as The New York Palace makes complete sense. I’m positively drooling over this new suite, but unfortunately $25,000 a night is just not in my budget. Oh, to live like the rich and famous!

Photo credit: Donald Bowers/Getty Images for The New York Palace Hotel

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