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Wednesday, December 19, 2012

In the Lobby of the Sherry-Netherland, on Fifth Avenue

Sherry-Netherland Hotel, nyc
Photo by myself at Fifth Avenue and 59th Street.

The lobby of the Sherry-Netherland Hotel, at Fifth Avenue and 59th Street, is all decked out for the holidays.

The front desk is to the left, out of view. Several doormen stood by, at the ready to help people with luggage.

This hotel is very fancy, with rooms starting at $500 per night, upward to over $1k per night. They also have several apartments for sale, some with kitchens, some without (!).

One apartment for sale takes up a whole floor of the building. Its monthly maintenance is over $30k per month. Hello??!! That is a thousand dollars per day! Some of the smaller apartments resemble hotel rooms, and all are beautifully decorated.

For the Sherry-Netherland website, which includes apartments for sale, click here.

Related posts: Waiting at the Grammercy Park Hotel, All Lit Up, Outside the Gershwin Hotel, and The Royalton, Renovated.

9 comments:

Paul B said...

The view from some of these apartments is stunning but as you noticed so is the cost.

RedPat said...

Nice to see but glad I don't have to pay for it!

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Olivier said...

c'est la classe, bon au prix ca parait normal ;)

Ken Mac said...

did you book a room for New Years?

David Minor said...

And back in the early 1970s we used to pay $300 a month for s two-bedroom apartment. Third Avenue in the East Thirties, though. NOT the Sherry-Netherland.

s.c said...

Big city. Big prices and a lot of costly helping hands.

Rose ~ from Oz said...

Oh my this is toooo gorgeous, wonderful photo!

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