The Lotte New York Palace Hotel Wants You to Unleash Your Inner Gossip Girl

Aug 1, 2018

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Spotted: your all-access ticket to the scandalous lives of Manhattan’s elite.

No, we’re not talking about a night at the 11 Howard Hotel, we’re talking about headbands, the steps of the Met, and macarons. The Lotte New York Palace hotel is offering a “Gossip Girl Getaway” for true fans of the show to pretend to be B and S for the day (that’s Blair and Serena, for the uninformed).

Photo courtesy of Lotte New York Palace
Photo courtesy of Lotte New York Palace.

We found some availability in August for $295 a night — and with that will come luxury accommodations at the hotel; an amenity kit (and you know how much we love those) with macarons and Prosecco gummy bears; 2 “Gossip Girl cocktails at the hotel’s bar, Trouble’s Trust; 25% off a Gossip Girl on-location tour; and “Spotted at the Palace” postcards. The hotel itself had a notable role in the series and is an iconic standout to anyone who’s watched it.

If you want to channel your inner Chuck Bass and really go all out, you can splurge and upgrade to the Jewel Towers Suite… for a cool $25,000. You’ll also receive a bottle of Dom Pérignon Champagne, not to mention gold-flake grilled cheese and truffle fries. The suite itself is three stories and 5,000 square feet (!!!), and includes a formal dining room with a grand piano, a fireplace, private elevator and a terrace. You’ll also get a “complimentary Martin Katz diamond microband ring” when you book. We weren’t kidding when we said go all out.

But then again, think of all the points you’d get…

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