Children at The Palace

The New York Palace has a plethora of amenities for guests of all ages, including the smallest ones. As we continue our exciting renovations, we’re keeping our young jet-setters in mind.

Travelling in general can be a tedious and hectic task on the way to a relaxing vacation; however, The Palace is here to make sure it’s as seamless as possible. We are able to accommodate bundles of joy throughout the various stages of childhood.

We have many items visitors need to make their trips enjoyable with their little princes and princesses. Upon request, we have rocking chairs, strollers, car seats and other necessities that will lighten the load of packing unnecessary baby items. We also provide bathrobes for all our little visitors.

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Photo courtesy of the Apartment Therapy

For older children, our Concierge team has a number of fun places of interest to entertain during their Palace stay. We suggest asking the Concierge for complete itineraries for the New York Transit Museum, Central Park Zoo, The American Museum of Natural History, and more.

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Photo courtesy of Central Park Zoo

 In addition, we have babysitting services for children of all ages. Our staff is highly trained to engage and supervise children while our guests are out for business meetings or a night on the town.

Stay tuned for more updates on our renovations and how they impact young guests. We look forward to you and your little ones at The Palace.

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One Response to Children at The Palace

  1. Shereen Ducasse says: June 27, 2013 at 5:43 am

    Wow! This is great! I have a little one and was considering bringing him with us this weekend.

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