Our Sweetest Suite Amenities and Experiences
A hotel should be so much more than simply a place to lay your head at night. From grand pianos to grand views of iconic sights, these suites offer some of the most unique amenities for guests of The Ritz-Carlton.
Boston: Natural Beauty, Literary Greatness
The design of Luxury Parkview Suite at The Ritz-Carlton, Boston is inspired by local literary giant and celebrated naturalist Ralph Waldo Emerson. Guests will enjoy the botanical influences from Boston Common and the Public Garden in the suite’s glass shelving and antique distressed mirrors with branch framing. A light fixture above the dining table has two glass globes inset with a quote from Emerson’s poem “Boston.”
Philadelphia: A Lift to the Top
The Ritz-Carlton, Philadelphia is more dazzling than ever, thanks to a grand renovation that has transformed the iconic neoclassical hotel into a stylish, modern retreat. The hotel’s 1,900-square-foot Ritz-Carlton Suite offers incredible views of City Hall from its top-floor vantage point. Guests also enjoy their own private elevator, which whisks them from the Avenue of the Arts ground level to exclusive penthouse heights.
New York City, Battery Park: A Stunning View of Lady Liberty
The Premiere Liberty View Suite at The Ritz Carlton New York, Battery Park features stunning vistas of the Upper New York Bay to the southwest, where the Statue of Liberty rises from her pedestal on Liberty Island. A telescope in the room affords an even closer look for those who might not care to board a ferry. It’s a classic, only-in-New York experience.
Georgetown: Suite Office Space
The dining table in the Ambassador Suite at The Ritz-Carlton, Georgetown seats six, but there’s no need for guests to set up their laptops or spread their papers there — the 1,675-square-foot site also has a personal en suite office. During downtime, guests can gaze through floor-to-ceiling windows for views of the Potomac River and charming Georgetown.
Lake Oconee in Reynolds, Georgia: A Family Adventure
Perfect for a family vacation, The Ritz-Carlton Suite at The Ritz-Carlton, Reynolds Lake Oconee offers enough room for everyone to spread out — and come together on one of the three furnished balconies with panoramic lake views. Your little ones will enjoy the suite’s exclusive amenity: Leave Your Trace. Inspired by the myths and legends of the Creek tribes found along the Oconee, this children’s signature experience brings the outdoors indoors with a customized teepee, crafting kits and legend books to take home.
Montreal: Grand Plan
The Royal Suite at The Ritz-Carlton, Montreal sprawls more than 4,700 square feet among a dozen rooms, including a master bedroom with sitting area and fireplace, a grand salon that overlooks the garden, a butler’s pantry and a security office. Actors Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton wed in the romantic suite in 1964.
Washington, D.C.: A Chic Transformation
A recent multimillion-dollar redesign at The Ritz-Carlton, Washington, D.C. has elegantly transformed The Ritz-Carlton Suite, the hotel’s largest luxury suite. The new design reflects the city’s international energy with eclectic furniture vignettes and contemporary artwork. The suite features a master bedroom, spacious living room with a cozy fireplace, formal dining room with adjacent pantry, large bathroom with a standalone tub, and an expansive outdoor terrace offering stunning panoramic city views of downtown D.C.
Charlotte: A Sky-High Home
It’s hard to turn your head away from the city skyline views in The Ritz-Carlton Suite at The Ritz-Carlton, Charlotte. The sumptuous 2,900-square-foot suite is an ideal spot for intimate gatherings, as family members and friends can catch up around the eight-seat table in the dining room while music emanates from the baby grand piano.
New Orleans: French Style With a View
The 2,800-square-foot Ritz-Carlton Suite at The Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans pairs modern amenities with luxe Beaux Arts touches — French doors divide the living room and its 1880s-era billiard table from the bedroom and its lavish canopy king bed. Guests also can throw open their doors and step out onto an expansive 15th-floor private terrace with views of the French Quarter.
New York, Central Park: A Romantic Park Place
The Ritz-Carlton, New York, Central Park sits just across the street from the fabled park itself, and the hotel’s 1,900-square-foot Central Park Suite takes maximum advantage of its scenic location. Guests appreciate the spacious suite’s sophisticated NYC townhouse feel and personalized amenities, like the choice of seven different pillows to rest easy at night. More than a dozen windows in the suite offer panoramic views of the park and Sixth Avenue, and a classic telescope invites guests to set their sights on an adventure in the celebrated 843-acre garden.
Tysons Corner, Virginia: Capital Views
The Washington, D.C. skyline fills the generous windows of the living area and dining room of the spacious Presidential Suite at The Ritz-Carlton, Tysons Corner, as well as the master bedroom with executive desk and his-and-hers master bathrooms. When work is done, unwind by watching flames flicker in the suite’s fireplace. The hotel’s décor was re-imagined this year, with a design scheme inspired by elegant European boutique hotels and shops, and incorporating geographical elements unique to the area.
Westchester, New York: Relaxation in the Hudson Valley
If a stay at The Ritz-Carlton, New York, Westchester represents a step toward Hudson Valley serenity, the hotel’s Presidential Suite embodies the principle twice over. The 1,900-square-foot suite’s lush amenities — from expansive windows to a marble bathroom with oversized soaking tub and separate rain shower — capture the essence of Westchester.
Atlanta: Classic Sights and Sounds
Guests of The Ritz-Carlton, Atlanta need not set foot on Peachtree Street to enjoy the city’s sights. The hotel’s 1,320-square-foot Ritz-Carlton Suite features panoramic views of Atlanta’s iconic landmarks, including Centennial Olympic Park, the SkyView Atlanta Ferris wheel, the new Mercedes-Benz Stadium and Philips Arena. It’s the perfect place for entertaining guests, with a large living room and formal dining room, and a dedicated music area with grand piano.
Pentagon City in Arlington, Virginia: Celebrations in the Capital
Set your sights on the city — Washington, D.C., that is — from The Ritz Carlton, Pentagon City. The hotel’s Ritz-Carlton Suite offers sweeping scenes of quintessential D.C., from the downtown skyline to the Pentagon and Air Force Memorial in Arlington. Blending modern and traditional design, the 1,800-square-foot suite provides the city’s most stylish view of northern Virginia’s best landmarks and events, like holiday fireworks celebrations.