We Want To Move Into This Chanel-Inspired Hotel Suite (Madonna Used To Live Here)

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Is there such a thing as too much Chanel? We really don't need to answer that, but obviously the answer is never. So, we're pretty much obsessed with The Lowell Hotel, which is taking the Double-C game to a whole 'nother level. The Upper East Side stayery has just unveiled the "Manhattan Suite," inspired by, you guessed it, Chanel, with a design scheme that echoes the French house's signature monochromatic palette. At 1,000-square-feet, the room—Madonna used to live here before the refurbishment—is larger than most NYC apartments, not to mention amenities you won't see at your typical five-floor walk-up. We know Coco would love the wood-burning fireplace (a fireplace menu lets you choose your logs—options include everything from eucalyptus to lavender), elegant white-wing chairs trimmed in black, Crema Marfil & Breccia Rosia white marble, a deep-soaking jacuzzi bathtub, full-size Bulgari toiletries, Frette linen, and—brace yourselves—two private terraces with pretty class-act views. A bit roaring '20s glam, a bit future-facing....kind of like Chanel. We bet Madonna is jealous.



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