Central Park West Suite - Mandarin Oriental, New York

New York, New York

Sky High Style

The interconnecting Two Bedroom Central Park West Suite showcases panoramic views of Central Park and the city skyline from floor-to-ceiling windows, and the suite reflects the contemporary residential aesthetic of Manhattan’s coveted Upper West Side addresses. Perched on the southeast corner of the hotel, the suites have been designed with an emphasis on comfort and luxury with plush curved sofas and tufted, upholstered beds facing the enveloping views. A vibrant amethyst color palette is complemented by New York-inspired contemporary art pieces. Perfect for families or friends traveling together, accommodations include a spacious bedroom with king-size bed, separate living room with dining area, marble bathroom with rainforest shower and separate soaking tub, and interconnecting door to a king or twin-bedded room.

 
 

Suite Talk Q&A

  1. What is a typical day like in the life of a suite? Life for a suite certainly isn’t easy and it takes a glam squad – including our housekeeping, front office, culinary teams and more – to look like this. As soon as a guest checks out, our teams begin coming in to work their magic. They conduct thorough cleanings, dress me with fresh sets of sheets and towels, and do a touch up or two as needed. Once the housekeeping team has finished, our culinary team will set the scene with some amazing welcome amenities for the next guest before our guest relations and front office teams walk the space to confirm that I look presentable and am ready to welcome the next guest and help them to create memories.
     
  2. Is there a famous name, a particular street or monument that you most identify with? What inspired your style? New York City is perhaps my greatest source of inspiration when it comes to my look – and the same goes for the other suites here at Mandarin Oriental, New York. My “New York Night” look captures the moment at sunset when the city comes to life with vibrant tones of amethyst, silver and gray. I’ve been accessorized with contemporary art pieces created by New York City-based artist Steve Wasterval to really achieve a residential feel.
     
  3. Who was your all-time favorite guest? Last year was my first Thanksgiving as a suite at Mandarin Oriental, New York. My favorite guest so far has to be this one family that stayed with me to watch the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade pass through Columbus Circle from my windows. Seeing the excitement in the children’s eyes as the floats sailed by was a once-in-a-lifetime memory both for them and for me.


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