The Surrey in New York City is reopening after 14 months and $60 million worth of refurbishments. Located in Manhattan's Upper East Side and, literally, steps away from Central Park, the property's 190 accommodations range from 350 to 2,200 square feet. This includes 28 one-bedroom suites, a Presidential Suite and a Penthouse.
The Presidential Suite overlooks Central Park, includes a full kitchen (as do other suites), a personal sauna, his and her bathrooms, a dining table that seats 10 and even a baby grand piano for anoyone eager to tickle the ivories. As a part of Lauren Rotter's design, the Presidential Suite features artwork by Jimmie Martin and Cecily Brown.
The Penthouse rests at the 17th floor with 1,150 square feet fof space. The smaller, loft-like Penthouse, in comparison to the grand scale Presidential Suite, provides a boutique touch and more various artwork by multiple artists.
The Surrey Spa, located on the second floor, will include five treatment rooms (that include a shower and changing area) and a manicure and pedicure station.