Might you want to take a peek…
…inside the suite? I am in love!
We’re at The Pierre and this is The Hutton Suite.
There are 49 suites at the hotel. 11 are grand suites, each with a unique design. This one is named after Barbara Hutton* who used it as her pied-a-terre for five decades. I’d be happy to have this even as my primary residence Her uncle is the industrialist E.F. Hutton and he financed the hotel with Charles Pierre back in the 1930s.
What do you love most?
The curved walls that make this feel more like a home than a hotel room?
The perfect little kitchenette off to the side of foyer? Fresh flowers in every room? The Turkish marble bathroom? Or…
…a cocktail and warm towels upon arrival? It’s part of The Pierre’s new Taj Royal Attaché offered to guests staying in the suites. Sign me up!
The service includes a number of other treats like this chocolate creation. Brushed in gold!
Since we cannot offer a view of the Empire State Building, we will bring you the entire building. In dark chocolate, of course.
They’ll unpack and pack your bags. And welcome you with a warm ritual bath.
Think bubbles scented with essential oils (the exact scents tailored to your liking), fresh rose petals, Molton Brown bath products, and candles. Candles are a must.
If I never come home…
…you’ll find me right here…
…typing away in the living room.
*Barbara was the daughter of Edna Woolworth who you might at the Woolworth Mansion.