Friday, May 15

Review: Royalton Hotel New York

While in New York I had the privilege of reviewing the Royalton Hotel for Mr & Mrs Smith. You can read my review by clicking here. Happy Weekend!



21 comments:

Anne said...

Wow! That tub is amazing. Great review.

Kellie ~ Ada and Darcy said...

I love that bathroom. I have an obsession for mosaic tiles...

ALL THE BEST said...

The bathroom was amazing! I went through tub withdraw for days!

ALL THE BEST said...

should have said 'withdrawal' doing too many things at once...

Carol said...

Very well written my dear.

Paloma {La Dolce Vita} said...

It looks fabulous! I enjoyed reading your review.

Valerie Wills Interiors, San Francisco said...

I was introduced to the Royalton years ago when all the staff wore Chairman Mao type outfits.... Whenever I am in New York I always have to have at least a cocktail there. Love, love, love the new decor and the feel of the place. It never disappoints.

royalapothic said...

I love a sleek, cool space when in a vibrant city. Helps me sleep after a long day on the pavement! Great shots!

meg malee said...

I always feel that to go away and stay somewhere other than your home it should be special. This hotel is definitely special!!!

Brillante Home Decor said...

I am with you on checking the bathroom first in Hotels as I have a passion for well designed ones, and toiletries...I confess to have a collection of hundreds beautiful mini soap bars with Hotel's names (it is like a diary of my trips) and surely this one did not disappoint.
Great post, it was like being with you and Mr. Smith checking in.

Renae said...

absolutely gorgeous, thanks for a great review!
Blessings...

ALL THE BEST said...

Meg I could not agree more!

BHD - I do the same thing! I have several apothecary jars in my bathroom filled with mini soap bars from my travels.

pve design said...

Ronda,
I could easily withdraw in that bathroom, I would bring my art supplies and paint away.
Really - you should write a novel, I wanted to read more. It had suspense, allure, and the way I felt as if I were behind you. Great review.
pve

Tricia Mitchell said...

Oh so that is the amazing bathtub we saw with you, Tobi Fairly, Michael Devine and Thomas Burak in an earlier post.

Now that is luxury. Wow! It's all I can say...

Tricia - Avolli

ALL THE BEST said...

Tricia that's the one! :-) It's huge! Yes, luxury indeed!!

ALL THE BEST said...

Thank you Patricia!! You always say the nicest things!
xoxo

Karena said...

How fabulous, and New York is one of my fave cities in the whole world!

www.designfabulous.com said...

wow that shower is awesome!

Lisa Bruckner said...

I have been reading All the Best for a short while, but haven't yet commented. However, I must break my silence and comment! Normally, I skim a Mr. & Mrs. Smith review to savor the pictures. However, your review sucked me and I was sad when it was over. I love how you tell the story and share the experience step by step(on all of your posts really). Domo arigato gozimashta!

P.S. What frock did you get? Pictures!

ALL THE BEST said...

Thank you so much Lisa!! It's was great to hear from readers! Frock photo here: http://www.allthebestblog.com/2009/05/social-diary-in-new-york-day-two.html
Best,
Ronda

The Antiques Diva™ said...

You, my dear, have scored a killer job in getting to review hotels for Mr & Mrs Smith. It looks absolutely heavenly... dare I spoil myself when I'm in NYC this December??