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How to do Manhattan Like a Roy from HBO’s “Succession”

Where to Stay, Dine and Play in NYC Like a Member of the Roy Family

As summer reluctantly gives way to fall and our favorite TV family to loathe, the Roys from HBO’s Succession,” prepare for a dramatic return to the small screen for season three of the Emmy-winning juggernaut. We imagine the Roy’s staff are covering the patio furniture at the $175-million Summer Palace in South Hampton, helicopters are being fueled, suede loafers brushed and tongues sharpened. Explore Manhattan Like a Roy Manhattan Itinerary

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There are few precious places I would rather spend a fall day than Manhattan, and lately, from the announcement of the reboot of “Sex and The City” (called “And Just Like That”) to personal favorite Hulu’s “Only Murders in The Building,” Hollywood and the whole world seem similarly obsessed. 

Our obsession with the show and the city launched this idea. If I were a Roy and my multimillion dollar brownstone or penthouse was being remodeled, how would I spend a weekend in Manhattan? This is our best guess…

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Roman Roy

Stay: Suite 5000 at the Mandarin Oriental from $36,000 per night

This 50th-floor unit boasts 3,300 square feet with Hudson River and Central Park views and even a New York-themed movie collection in the media center.

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Eat: I Sodi

You will either need to be very lucky, very famous or very connected to get a seat here. Try their reservation site, email your cousin that works at Soho House and make a backup reservation at Via Carota.


Do: Somewhere Nowhere

We all know Roman likes to “party, party,” and we could easily see him with a table at Somewhere Nowhere

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Greg Roy

Stay: Pendry Suite at Pendry Manhattan from $8,500—opening September 2021

One of our favorite hotels in California makes its way to Manhattan. The Pendry Suite boasts a  living room with a piano, fireplace and dining table for eight, plus a kitchenette.

Eat: Chelsea Square Diner

Greg is so under-assuming (even at nearly seven feet tall) that we could easily imagine him eating at this 24-hour diner at 3 a.m. after being kicked out of the Roy’s limo for a well-intended faux pas.


Do: Spin on 54th

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With his incredible wingspan, we could imagine Greg dominating the tennis tables at Spin on 54th.

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Shiv Roy

Stay: Grand Penthouse Two-Bedroom Terrace Suite

Fresh flowers, white-glove butler service and two floors with views of the park. Approximate cost: $40,000 per night.

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Eat: Cipriani Downtown

Got old money to burn? You can make reservations through Open Table, but unless you are a finance bro, you might be eating with your grandparents at 4:45 p.m.


Do: Drinks and dancing at Paul’s Casablanca

This Moroccan-themed jungle, replete with disco balls, will be hard to talk your way into (unless you are Shiv Roy), but the people-watching will be well worth the energy expended.

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Kendall Roy

Stay: Tata Suite at The Pierre

Subtle luxury personified. Available as a two-bedroom or an entire floor. Approximate cost: $20,000 per night

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Eat: Carbone

One of the most difficult reservations in Manhattan (unless you are Kendall Roy), Carbone opens up reservations for lunch two weeks in advance at 10 a.m. ET on their website. Good luck.


Do: “DRIFT: Fragile Future”  at The Shed (Sept. 29-Dec. 19)

“Imagine a future where humanity, nature and technology seamlessly intertwine.”

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Logan Roy 

Stay: Ty Warner Penthouse Suite at the Four Seasons for $50,000 per night.

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Designed in part by IM Pei, this penthouse comes with its own Peloton, Hastens Mattresses and a chauffeured Rolls Royce.

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Visit: 28 Liberty St

The fictional home of the Wayco Corp. offices. 


Do: Metropolitan Museum of Art “The Met”: In America: A Lexicon of Fashion.

Photography Provided By: Uber

A Logan must-do because we all know that Logan loves helicopters. You can book an Uber Helicopter one week in advance for transport from JFK airport to Manhattan for about $200. 

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