Tiffany Blue Suite at St. Regis in New York Is a Great Honeymoon Destination

For a dreamlike wedding destination for couples, and for an unforgettable experience, Tiffany Blue could be the fabulous spot and one get help in every single manner so that you could stay in a relaxed manner and enjoy your wedding day. You would love to be in well designed rooms with rich colours, windows making your room bright and great service with range of menus and lists of wines.

The Tiffany suite has been launched recently on the 14th floor by St.Regis, New York, where exclusively new couple could stay overnight at a suite which gives 360 degree experience. The suite measuring one thousand seven hundred square feet features with the signature Tiffany Blue, the interiors have neutral hues such as beiges, charcoal gray, whites, and silver accent. At the entrance you could see consol and also notice prominently a silver-leafed table and intricate designed mirror on the wall.

The living room has a fireplace which is a nonworking ornamental structure, with floor to ceiling windows overlooking Central Park and Fifth Avenue. The room has a bar cart featuring an impressive display of crystal barware of Tiffany. The dining room in blue is very fascinating, which is also the symbolism of loyalty and faith. It appears to be inspired by the Tiffany blue box. The blue colour of ceiling and walls are contrasted with white doors. Crystal chandeliers draped with beaded garlands add an extra flair to the decoration. The entire dinner place has a special touch with the ornament hanger.

The Tiffany Blue suite’s bedroom has bright floral porcelain flowers. The suite designed at St. Regis is full of sapphires and emerald tones and heavy woods. It would cost $8,500 excluding tax per night. To experience the grandeur of the suite, you can book the suite designed by the design staff of St. Regis and Tiffany’s, which are already booked for this summer season.

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