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Inside the most jawdropping Presidential suites across America

Fancy feeling like a President for a day and a night? Well, then you might want check into one of these lavish hotel rooms.

DailyMail.com has contacted hotels across the US to find the country’s most jaw-dropping presidential suites. 

Costing up to $40,000 per night, many of these sprawling apartment-style rooms have hosted world leaders and A-listers alike with perks ranging from multiple chandeliers and private cinema rooms, to secret elevators and helipads.

Travel on down to see how the other half live when it comes to haute hotel breaks… 

Waldorf Astoria Washington, D.C. – from $25,000 per night

The presidential pad at the Waldorf Astoria Washington, D.C. is located in the original office of the US Postmaster General with the stately period features still intact 

All of the rooms in the 4,000 sq ft suite feature high ceilings, intricate ceiling molds and twinkling chandeliers - with the bedroom boasting a grand four-poster bed, complete with curtains

All of the rooms in the 4,000 sq ft suite feature high ceilings, intricate ceiling molds and twinkling chandeliers – with the bedroom boasting a grand four-poster bed, complete with curtains 

The presidential pad, which is one of the city's swankiest suites, has a bathroom decked out with dark wood paneling, marble floors and a freestanding tub

The presidential pad, which is one of the city’s swankiest suites, has a bathroom decked out with dark wood paneling, marble floors and a freestanding tub

When it comes to entertaining, this suite is sure to impress with a large living room featuring plush couches and a dining table that comfortably seats eight

When it comes to entertaining, this suite is sure to impress with a large living room featuring plush couches and a dining table that comfortably seats eight

In terms of location the hotel - which is housed within Washington, D.C.'s iconic Old Post Office - sits on Pennsylvania Avenue between The White House and the US Capitol

In terms of location the hotel – which is housed within Washington, D.C.’s iconic Old Post Office – sits on Pennsylvania Avenue between The White House and the US Capitol

Elevate your next stay in the nation’s capital by checking into one of the city’s swankiest suites.

The presidential pad at the Waldorf Astoria Washington, D.C. is located in the original office of the US Postmaster General with the stately period features still intact. 

All of the rooms in the 4,000 sq ft one-bedroom suite feature high ceilings, intricate ceiling molds and twinkling chandeliers. 

The bedroom features a grand four-poster bed, while the bathroom is decked out with dark wood paneling, marble floors and a freestanding tub. 

When it comes to entertaining, this suite is set to impress with a large living room featuring plush couches, a fireplace and a dining table that comfortably seats eight. 

Other rooms in the suite include a walk-in closet, a private study and a fitness room and there is also a separate butler’s entrance. A palette of peacock blues, golds and creams runs throughout the place to create a regal look. 

In terms of location the hotel – which is housed within Washington, D.C.’s iconic Old Post Office – sits on Pennsylvania Avenue between The White House and the US Capitol.

Mandarin Oriental, New York – from $19,000 per night

Perched high above Manhattan, Mandarin Oriental's luxurious Presidential Suite welcomes guests with breathtaking panoramic views of Central Park and the New York skyline

Perched high above Manhattan, Mandarin Oriental’s luxurious Presidential Suite welcomes guests with breathtaking panoramic views of Central Park and the New York skyline

The upscale hotel's signature suite, located on the 53rd floor, serves as a sky-high oasis complete with plenty of space for entertaining

The upscale hotel’s signature suite, located on the 53rd floor, serves as a sky-high oasis complete with plenty of space for entertaining

Guests at the hotel gain access to the fitness club, which features a highly photogenic 75-foot lap pool framed by floor-to-ceiling windows

Guests at the hotel gain access to the fitness club, which features a highly photogenic 75-foot lap pool framed by floor-to-ceiling windows

Perched high above Manhattan, Mandarin Oriental’s luxurious Presidential Suite welcomes guests with breathtaking panoramic views of Central Park and the New York skyline. 

The upscale hotel’s signature suite, located on the 53rd floor, serves as a sky-high oasis complete with plenty of space for entertaining. 

Some of the standout features include a large kitchen and dining area accommodating up to eight, and a dedicated study and media room. 

The 2,600 sq ft suite is also impeccably designed, with handcrafted rugs, unique artwork, stunning artifacts, and custom-designed furnishings. Dark woods, soft lighting and earthy tones help to create a warm and inviting atmosphere.

Other perks of the one-bed pad include a walk-in wardrobe, and a marble bathroom decked out with a sizable bathtub and glass-enclosed steam shower for two. 

Guests at the hotel gain access to the fitness club, which features a highly photogenic 75-foot lap pool framed by floor-to-ceiling windows looking out over the Hudson River and beyond. 

InterContinental New York Barclay – from $15,000 per night

Step back in time to New York's Golden Age at the InterContinental New York Barclay by staying in its lofty Presidential Suite, which oozes old-school sophistication

Step back in time to New York’s Golden Age at the InterContinental New York Barclay by staying in its lofty Presidential Suite, which oozes old-school sophistication

The one-bedroom apartment has housed several US Commanders in Chief including President Bill Clinton during his bid for Presidency

The one-bedroom apartment has housed several US Commanders in Chief including President Bill Clinton during his bid for Presidency

Other rooms within the spacious apartment include a private office fit for a President with low lighting and dark wood detailing

Other rooms within the spacious apartment include a private office fit for a President with low lighting and dark wood detailing 

At the heart of the 3,400 sq ft apartment is a spacious living room, furnished with comfy couches, a polished dining table, a fireplace

At the heart of the 3,400 sq ft apartment is a spacious living room, furnished with comfy couches, a polished dining table, a fireplace

The hotel, which first opened in 1926, was originally constructed as part of the Grand Central Terminal expansion - with the suite's color scheme of soft golds and cream tones running throughout

The hotel, which first opened in 1926, was originally constructed as part of the Grand Central Terminal expansion – with the suite’s color scheme of soft golds and cream tones running throughout

Step back in time to New York’s Golden Age at the InterContinental New York Barclay. 

The hotel, which first opened in 1926, was originally constructed as part of the Grand Central Terminal expansion.

Today, its crowning jewel is the lofty Presidential Suite, which oozes old-school sophistication. 

On walking into the one-bedroom apartment – which has housed several US Commanders in Chief including President Bill Clinton during his bid for Presidency – guests are greeted by a grand marble entranceway which leads through to a number of classically-styled spaces. 

At the heart of the 3,400 sq ft apartment is a spacious living room, furnished with comfy couches, a polished dining table, a fireplace and a baby grand piano. 

Other rooms within the apartment include a private office fit for a President with low lighting and dark wood detailing, and an exercise room to keep fit in on the go. In terms of the suite’s color scheme, soft golds and cream tones run throughout. 

Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills – from $25,000 per night

Feel every inch the Hollywood star at the Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills' Presidential Penthouse Suite which costs from $25,000 per night

Feel every inch the Hollywood star at the Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills’ Presidential Penthouse Suite which costs from $25,000 per night

This expansive 3,215 sq ft luxury suite oozes glamor, with swathes of polished dark marble and brushed gold detailing throughout

This expansive 3,215 sq ft luxury suite oozes glamor, with swathes of polished dark marble and brushed gold detailing throughout

Perched on the hotel's top floor, this suite hits the right note with its own private screening room if guests feel like entertaining

Perched on the hotel’s top floor, this suite hits the right note with its own private screening room if guests feel like entertaining

For guests in the mood to wine and dine, the spacious dining area features a full bar and a table that can comfortably seat up to 12 guests

For guests in the mood to wine and dine, the spacious dining area features a full bar and a table that can comfortably seat up to 12 guests 

Feel every inch the Hollywood star at the Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills’ Presidential Penthouse Suite.

This expansive 3,215 sq ft luxury suite exudes glamor, with swathes of polished dark marble and brushed gold detailing. 

Perched on the hotel’s top floor, guests can feast on spectacular sunrise views from the comfort of their king bedroom, thanks to floor-to-ceiling windows as well as having a vast 1,459 sq ft private terrace with unobstructed, Instagrammable views.

When it comes to entertaining, this suite hits the right note with its own private screening room, a grand piano, a full bar and a dining table that can seat up to 12 guests. 

After wining and dining, travelers can detox in the suite’s private gym room and there is also a space for soothing spa treatments. 

The Post Oak Hotel, Houston – from $14,000 per night

Priding itself on being the only Texas Forbes Five-Star Hotel and Spa and Houston's only AAA Five-Diamond destination, the Post Oak Hotel in Houston certainly caters to those with luxury tastes

Priding itself on being the only Texas Forbes Five-Star Hotel and Spa and Houston’s only AAA Five-Diamond destination, the Post Oak Hotel in Houston certainly caters to those with luxury tastes

The sky-high hotel in the city's uptown district has 250 slate- and silver-hued guestrooms, suites, and residences, with glistening chandeliers being a running theme throughout

The sky-high hotel in the city’s uptown district has 250 slate- and silver-hued guestrooms, suites, and residences, with glistening chandeliers being a running theme throughout 

Guests should be be prepared to be dazzled, as this two-bedroom suite has 11 chandeliers in total, with one also in the spacious marble-clad bathroom

Guests should be be prepared to be dazzled, as this two-bedroom suite has 11 chandeliers in total, with one also in the spacious marble-clad bathroom 

One of the most luxurious residences is the Presidential Suite with 5,000 sq ft to play with which boasts a state-of-the-art gym complete with a massage table and sweeping city views

One of the most luxurious residences is the Presidential Suite with 5,000 sq ft to play with which boasts a state-of-the-art gym complete with a massage table and sweeping city views

The chandelier by the private elevator - which leads to the hotel's helipad and parking area - is especially impressive, with more than 800 crystals on show

The chandelier by the private elevator – which leads to the hotel’s helipad and parking area – is especially impressive, with more than 800 crystals on show

Priding itself on being the only Texas Forbes Five-Star Hotel and Spa and Houston’s only AAA Five-Diamond destination, the Post Oak Hotel in Houston certainly caters to those with luxury tastes. 

The sky-high hotel in the city’s uptown district has 250 slate- and silver-hued guestrooms, suites, and residences, with glistening chandeliers being a running theme throughout. 

One of the most luxurious residences is the Presidential Suite with 5,000 sq ft to play with. 

Guests should be be prepared to be dazzled, as this two-bedroom suite has 11 chandeliers in total. The one by the private elevator – which leads to the hotel’s helipad and parking area – is especially impressive, with more than 800 crystals on show. 

Other components of the apartment include sprawling marble-clad bathrooms, a media room, a dining area and a state-of-the-art exercise room, with floor-to-ceiling windows serving up unbeatable views. 

There is also a secluded terrace which serves as the perfect suntrap come the summer months.  

Rosewood Washington, D.C. – from $2,700 per night

Situated on the banks of the historic C&O Canal, the Rosewood Washington, D.C., serves a calm, upscale oasis in the heart of the US capital

Situated on the banks of the historic C&O Canal, the Rosewood Washington, D.C., serves a calm, upscale oasis in the heart of the US capital 

The red brick property - which has 55 rooms including six townhouses - boasts two Presidential Suites on the fifth for those looking to live it up like Biden

The red brick property – which has 55 rooms including six townhouses – boasts two Presidential Suites on the fifth for those looking to live it up like Biden 

The swanky one-bedroom apartments feature stately foyers which open out onto a modern living rooms complete with plush couches, mirrored fireplaces, and flat screen TVs

The swanky one-bedroom apartments feature stately foyers which open out onto a modern living rooms complete with plush couches, mirrored fireplaces, and flat screen TVs

Adding to the stately feel, dark wood furnishings run throughout, complemented by dark marble cladding and flooring which completes the look

Adding to the stately feel, dark wood furnishings run throughout, complemented by dark marble cladding and flooring which completes the look

There are also stylish dining areas in the apartments with seating for five guests and kitchens stocked with all of the necessary accessories for entertaining

There are also stylish dining areas in the apartments with seating for five guests and kitchens stocked with all of the necessary accessories for entertaining

Situated on the banks of the historic C&O Canal, the Rosewood Washington, D.C., serves a calm, upscale oasis in the heart of the US capital. 

The red brick property – which has 55 rooms including six townhouses – boasts two Presidential Suites on the fifth for those looking to live it up like Biden. 

The swanky one-bedroom apartments feature stately foyers which open out onto a modern living rooms complete with plush couches, mirrored fireplaces, and flat screen TVs.

There are also stylish dining areas in the apartments with seating for five guests and kitchens stocked with all of the necessary accessories for entertaining. 

Adding to the stately feel, dark wood furnishings run throughout, with dark marble cladding and flooring completing the look.

If guests are part of larger group, the suites can be joined to neighboring rooms to offer two bedroom configurations.

The Ritz-Carlton New York, Central Park – from $25,000 per night

Originally the site of the landmark St. Moritz Hotel, The Ritz-Carlton New York, Central Park, boasts a prime setting in the heart of midtown Manhattan

Originally the site of the landmark St. Moritz Hotel, The Ritz-Carlton New York, Central Park, boasts a prime setting in the heart of midtown Manhattan

For top views of the sprawling park, you can't get much better than the hotel's Presidential Suite which is situated on the eighth floor

For top views of the sprawling park, you can’t get much better than the hotel’s Presidential Suite which is situated on the eighth floor 

The smart residence has numerous windows so you can soak up the views with multiple living rooms and a spacious dining room to seat 12

The smart residence has numerous windows so you can soak up the views with multiple living rooms and a spacious dining room to seat 12

In terms of spaces, the suite features two bedrooms and two and a half marble-clad bathrooms, with the option to connect rooms and create a four-bedroom suite

In terms of spaces, the suite features two bedrooms and two and a half marble-clad bathrooms, with the option to connect rooms and create a four-bedroom suite

Originally the site of the landmark St. Moritz Hotel, The Ritz-Carlton New York, Central Park, boasts a prime setting in the heart of midtown Manhattan. 

For top views of the sprawling park, you can’t get much better than the hotel’s Presidential Suite situated on the eighth floor. 

The smart residence has numerous windows so you can soak up the views and there is a telescope in the living room if you want to zoom in on a treetop or two. 

In terms of spaces, the suite features two bedrooms and two and a half marble-clad bathrooms, with the option to connect rooms and create a four-bedroom suite. 

There are also multiple living rooms and a spacious dining room to seat 12. Another perk of the Presidential Suite is access to the hotel’s exclusive ‘club lounge’, where complimentary drinks and food presentations are served throughout the day.

Four Seasons Resort Hualalai, Hawaii – from $25,000 per night

The Four Seasons Hualalai in Hawaii ups the ante with its Hawaii Loa Presidential Villa, where guests can breeze out from their four-bedroom pad straight onto the beach

The Four Seasons Hualalai in Hawaii ups the ante with its Hawaii Loa Presidential Villa, where guests can breeze out from their four-bedroom pad straight onto the beach

In terms of the layout, the double story villa can sleep eight guests with a master bedroom on the upper level and three more bedrooms on the ground floor

In terms of the layout, the double story villa can sleep eight guests with a master bedroom on the upper level and three more bedrooms on the ground floor

The tropical-feel suite which costs from $25,000 per night includes a large outdoor deck overlooking the Pacific Ocean, complete with sunbeds and a hot tub

The tropical-feel suite which costs from $25,000 per night includes a large outdoor deck overlooking the Pacific Ocean, complete with sunbeds and a hot tub

The hotel also notes that the villa's deck is a particularly great spot to watch humpback whales during their seasonal migration

The hotel also notes that the villa’s deck is a particularly great spot to watch humpback whales during their seasonal migration

Forget high-sky views. 

The Four Seasons Hualalai in Hawaii ups the ante with its Hawaii Loa Presidential Villa, where guests can breeze out from their four-bedroom pad straight onto the beach.

In terms of the layout, the double story villa can sleep eight guests with a master bedroom on the upper level and three more bedrooms on the ground floor.  

The tropical-feel suite includes a large outdoor deck overlooking the Pacific Ocean, complete with sunbeds and a hot tub. 

The hotel notes that this is a particularly great spot to watch humpback whales during their seasonal migration. 

For a real Hawaiian experience guests can wash off in an outdoor lava-rock shower after a spot of swimming. 

The living room is also open air – perfect for a stargazing session – and fitness fanatics can request an in-room Peleton bike so they can pedal away to their heart’s content. 

The Beverly Hills Hotel, Los Angeles – from $17,000 per night

The Beverley Hills Hotel has welcomed dozens of famous faces, from Elizabeth Taylor to Marilyn Monroe to the Duke of Windsor

The Beverley Hills Hotel has welcomed dozens of famous faces, from Elizabeth Taylor to Marilyn Monroe to the Duke of Windsor

The one-bedroom Presidential Suite promises to make guests feel as pampered as possible and features a 'luxurious' marble bathroom complete with an outdoor shower for two

The one-bedroom Presidential Suite promises to make guests feel as pampered as possible and features a ‘luxurious’ marble bathroom complete with an outdoor shower for two

Other room highlights include round trip LAX airport transfers, complimentary flowers, a Bang & Olufsen television, a fresh fruit platter and bottle of Krug champagne

Other room highlights include round trip LAX airport transfers, complimentary flowers, a Bang & Olufsen television, a fresh fruit platter and bottle of Krug champagne 

The outdoor space of the $17,000 per night suite offers a large terrace space serves up views of the surrounding landscaped gardens

The outdoor space of the $17,000 per night suite offers a large terrace space serves up views of the surrounding landscaped gardens 

The Beverley Hills Hotel has welcomed dozens of famous faces, from Elizabeth Taylor to Marilyn Monroe to the Duke of Windsor.

And its 1,935 sq ft, one-bedroom Presidential Suite promises to make guests feel as pampered as possible. 

Featuring oak furnishings and candy-colored velvet furnishings, amenities include a ‘den’ to hideaway in, a fireplace, a professional chef’s kitchen, a piano and a ‘luxurious’ marble bathroom complete with an outdoor shower for two. 

Other room highlights include round trip LAX airport transfers, complimentary flowers, a Bang & Olufsen television, a fresh fruit platter and bottle of Krug champagne. 

Moving outdoors, a large terrace space serves up views of the surrounding landscaped gardens.

The Carlyle, New York – from $40,000 per night

Encompassing the entire 26th floor of The Carlyle hotel in New York, the Presidential Suite is described as a 'one-of-a-kind' base offering the 'ultimate Manhattan living experience'

Encompassing the entire 26th floor of The Carlyle hotel in New York, the Presidential Suite is described as a ‘one-of-a-kind’ base offering the ‘ultimate Manhattan living experience’

Guests can enjoy 360-degree views of Central Park, Midtown and beyond, thanks to floor-to-ceiling windows that run throughout

Guests can enjoy 360-degree views of Central Park, Midtown and beyond, thanks to floor-to-ceiling windows that run throughout

In keeping with the rest of the lavish hotel, which first opened in 1930 and named in honor of British essayist Thomas Carlyle, the private elevator landing and dramatic entrance feature gold leaf and hand-etched Art Deco-inspired murals

In keeping with the rest of the lavish hotel, which first opened in 1930 and named in honor of British essayist Thomas Carlyle, the private elevator landing and dramatic entrance feature gold leaf and hand-etched Art Deco-inspired murals

The gallery entrance just off the landing features a grand piano, making it the ideal spot for entertaining and taking in the view

The gallery entrance just off the landing features a grand piano, making it the ideal spot for entertaining and taking in the view

This exclusive residential-style suite is also adorned with Venetian plaster walls, which add to the grandiose feel (kitchen pictured)

This exclusive residential-style suite is also adorned with Venetian plaster walls, which add to the grandiose feel (kitchen pictured) 

Encompassing the entire 26th floor of The Carlyle hotel in New York, the Presidential Suite is described as a ‘one-of-a-kind’ base offering the ‘ultimate Manhattan living experience.’ 

Guests can enjoy 360-degree views of Central Park, Midtown and beyond, thanks to floor-to-ceiling windows that run throughout. 

In keeping with the rest of the lavish hotel, which first opened in 1930 and named in honor of British essayist Thomas Carlyle, the private elevator landing and dramatic entrance feature gold leaf and hand-etched Art Deco-inspired murals. 

This exclusive residential-style suite is also adorned with Venetian plaster walls, which add to the grandiose feel. 

Along with three bedrooms and four bathrooms, the suite includes a spacious living room, a full kitchen and its own media area. 

Additionally, the gallery entrance just off the landing also features a piano, making it the ideal spot for entertaining and taking in the striking view. 

The St. Regis New York – from $35,000 per night

Soak up the grandeur of times gone by, in the refined surroundings of the St. Regis New York's Presidential Suite located in the heart of Manhattan

Soak up the grandeur of times gone by, in the refined surroundings of the St. Regis New York’s Presidential Suite located in the heart of Manhattan

The hotel was originally founded by John Jacob Astor over a century ago and continues to be revered as one of the finest addresses in the world

The hotel was originally founded by John Jacob Astor over a century ago and continues to be revered as one of the finest addresses in the world

In terms of spaces, the lofty unit serves up two plush bedrooms, three bathrooms featuring mosaic and marble cladding, separate dining and living rooms, a kitchen and an office

In terms of spaces, the lofty unit serves up two plush bedrooms, three bathrooms featuring mosaic and marble cladding, separate dining and living rooms, a kitchen and an office

Guests staying in the 3,430 sq ft Presidential Suite will also enjoy the services of a dedicated butler included in the $35,000 per night price tag

Guests staying in the 3,430 sq ft Presidential Suite will also enjoy the services of a dedicated butler included in the $35,000 per night price tag

The St. Regis New York was originally founded by business magnate John Jacob Astor over a century ago and continues to be revered as one of the finest addresses in the world

The St. Regis New York was originally founded by business magnate John Jacob Astor over a century ago and continues to be revered as one of the finest addresses in the world

There's a fine mix of modern and classical furnishings, with bold chandeliers serving as centerpieces, and pops of purple and blood red breaking up the neutral color scheme

There’s a fine mix of modern and classical furnishings, with bold chandeliers serving as centerpieces, and pops of purple and blood red breaking up the neutral color scheme

Soak up the grandeur of times gone by, in the refined surroundings of the St. Regis New York’s Presidential Suite. 

The hotel, conveniently located in the heart of Manhattan at the corner of Fifth Avenue and 55th Street, was originally founded by business magnate John Jacob Astor over a century ago and continues to be revered as one of the finest addresses in the world.

There are a number of lavish suites at the property but the pièce de rÊsistance is the 3,430 sq ft Presidential Suite. 

In terms of spaces, the lofty unit serves up two plush bedrooms, three bathrooms featuring mosaic and marble cladding, separate dining and living rooms, a kitchen and an office. 

There’s a fine mix of modern and classical furnishings, with bold chandeliers serving as centerpieces, and pops of purple and blood red breaking up the neutral color scheme.

Guests staying in the suite will also enjoy the services of a dedicated butler.

And, if you don’t have cash to splash…. 

Presidential Suite, Graduate New York – from $260 per night

The hip Graduate hotel chain has a location on Roosevelt Island in New York with a Presidential Suite costing from just $260 a night

The hip Graduate hotel chain has a location on Roosevelt Island in New York with a Presidential Suite costing from just $260 a night

Catering to a younger, hipper audience, there isn't a chandelier or a ceiling cornice in sight

Catering to a younger, hipper audience, there isn’t a chandelier or a ceiling cornice in sight

The hotel says the room - which is located on the 17th floor and spans over 1,100 sq ft - is 'ideal for entertaining'

The hotel says the room – which is located on the 17th floor and spans over 1,100 sq ft – is ‘ideal for entertaining’

The one-bedroom, one-bathroom suite is a kaleidoscope of color with watermelon red walls and mismatched pieces of retro-inspired furniture

The one-bedroom, one-bathroom suite is a kaleidoscope of color with watermelon red walls and mismatched pieces of retro-inspired furniture

Other perks of the pad include a a writing nook

For those looking for more room, the suite can connect to a king-sized room to create a two bed, two-and-a-half bath suite

For those looking for more room, the suite can connect to a king-sized room to create a two bed, two-and-a-half bath suite

For travelers without bottomless funds, there is still a Presidential Suite within reach. 

The hip Graduate hotel chain has a location on Roosevelt Island in New York with a Presidential Suite costing from just $260 a night. 

Catering to a younger, hipper audience, there isn’t a chandelier or a ceiling cornice in sight. 

Instead the one-bedroom, one-bathroom suite is a kaleidoscope of color with watermelon red walls and mismatched pieces of retro-inspired furniture. 

The hotel says the room – which is located on the 17th floor and spans over 1,100 sq ft – is ‘ideal for entertaining’ with a spacious living room, a dining table, and a bar stocked with cocktail shakers and glassware. 

Guests can sip on libations while feasting on the views, with floor-to-ceiling serving up prime views of the Queensborough Bridge, the East River and downtown Manhattan. 

Other perks of the pad include a sizable bathroom with a deep soaking tub and a writing nook. 

For those looking for more room, the suite can connect to a king-sized room to create a two bed, two-and-a-half bath suite.

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