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Palace Hotel guest reviews>>
Perfectly preserved landmark hotel near Union Square
2 New Montgomery St
The Palace has an indoor swimming pool and spa, fitness center and sauna, massage and manicure/pedicure services, a business center, shops, and three elegant restaurants. There's high-speed wireless Internet access (fee) in public rooms.
There are no room charges for children 18 and younger occupying the same room as their parents.
Garden Court - The hotel's former carriage entrance, covered by a stained-glass dome, is an official historic landmark and considered to be one of the world's most beautiful dining rooms. Gleaming with crystal chandeliers, marble columns, and ornate gilding, the Garden Court serves breakfast, lunch, and Sunday brunch, but is especially known for its afternoon high tea service.
Maxfield's - The clubby wood-paneled dining room at the back of the Pied Piper Bar, open for lunch and dinner, serves classic American dishes such as New York steak and fresh grilled fish, as well as pastas and innovative salads.
Kyo-ya - One of the city's most acclaimed and elegant Japanese restaurants, Kyo-ya offers a wide array of sushi and sashimi, as well as hot and cold appetizers, and traditional dinners. Of special note are the kaiseki dinners, an ancient tradition in which courses are designed according to sequence, balance of color, texture, and flavor, and beauty of presentation. Open for lunch and dinner.
This hotel has 552 guestrooms. All rooms feature 14-foot-high ceilings, mahogany desks and armoires, and huge mahogany doors with original 1909 doorknobs. Navy, gold, and cream color schemes can be seen throughout the rooms alongside chairs with ottomans. Beds have down pillows and Egyptian-cotton sheets. Amenities include plush robes, in-room safes, and custom-stocked refrigerators (guests order the items they want). Television Internet access (via MSN TV) and wireless high-speed Internet access are available for a daily fee.
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