Oooh, is that Calacatta marble we see?
Fancy finishes: On its website the hotel boasts about the exotic materials selected to create the rooms. These include Italian Walnut, Italian Rosewood, Calacatta Marble, Grohe bath fixtures, and Luce Di Luna Marble countertops. Everything has been chosen "to create majestic and welcoming spaces."
Expensive furniture: Think Italian. Duxania beds, Pratesi linens, and in the bathroom, floor-to-ceiling rain showers.
Size: In New York, it matters, and The Setai is showing off the fact that it will have some of the largest "expansive and spacious boutique hotel rooms" in the city. We know that sounds like an oxymoron, so we can't wait to see how they look in person. (It looks like standard rooms start at 400 sq ft.)
We're guessing those custom-designed windows that let the light pour in help with the spacious feeling.
Oróif you're scared of heights, they might simply leave you breathless?