The Peninsula New York’s $500,000 US Open package comes with a sprawling suite, tickets for the full series, and tons of exclusive tournament memorabilia.

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The Peninsula New York is ensuring tennis enthusiasts have the time of their life by launching an uber-luxe $500,000 US Open package. In addition to living like regal residents in one of New York’s most breathtaking suites, guests will also get their hands on two courtside tickets to Arthur Ashe Stadium Full Series from August 29 through September 11. Most tennis fanatics will know this duration will allow them to witness Emma Radacanau and Daniil Medvedev battle it on the tennis court. For $500k, guests will also revel in a host of added benefits such as private stadium entrance and unmatched stadium hospitality.

Even before getting a taste of the thrill of the US Open, guests will be privy to an exclusive welcome cocktail reception at the hotel with a US Open player. The memories will last a lifetime as you take home one-of-a-kind tournament memorabilia like a signed practice kit and a tennis ball from a previous Open winner or an outfit they have worn during the US Open final game. The Peninsula hotel is known for its unparalleled grandeur, which is exhibited in every nook and corner of the Peninsula Suite. The US Open package will make this opulent suite your home for the entirety of the two-week tournament, high up on the hotel’s 19th floor.

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Peninsula suite at the Peninsula New York

The stately space features a master bedroom, a separate dining room, a lounge, a study, and a second bathroom for guests. This massive suite overlooks Fifth Avenue in Midtown Manhattan and is a 20-minute chauffeur-driven drive away from the Arthur Ashe stadium.

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