Monthly Archives: June 2013

June 13 2013

Two Legends “Looking Good”

This morning, AM New York featured an article entitled “Looking Good” about our neighbor St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Like us, the historic church is undergoing a massive restoration project and is starting to reveal the fruits of its labor. We are excited for the renovations as the cathedral provides our guests with great views as mentioned in our post, A Serene View. “There are 16 levels coming down and by next week they should be all gone,” Rolando Kraehner, on-site architect … Read More

June 13 2013

Employee Spotlight with General Manager David Chase

As our renovations are beginning to come full circle this summer, we got a chance to chat with The New York Palace’s General Manager David Chase about the renovations, employees and what is in store for guests at The Palace this summer. David Chase comes from a hospitality background that spans over 20 years. Having started his career at The Ritz Carlton San Francisco, Chase began working in the catering side of hotels. After relocating to the east coast and … Read More

June 11 2013

The Palace Knows Best: Aire Ancient Baths

This week, The New York Palace, along with our Chef Concierge Carolyn Innocenzi, recommends Aire Ancient Baths, the ultimate relaxation spot in Manhattan that is located on 88 Franklin Street in Tribeca. Who says that you have to get on a plane and visit some exotic location to have an experience that soothes the soul and is a bit out of the ordinary? We recommend that our guests experience the beautiful space at Aire Ancient Baths, as they offer a … Read More