The luxurious and spacious Macy’s Suite sleeps up to 5 people, and offers the perfect amalgamation of ornate features with modern facilities. You will fall in love with the eclectic period decorations that were made on-site by our team of talented carpenters, all of which are steeped in history and inspired by the RMS Titanic.
There’s no better way to experience the beauty and opulence of the famous White Star Shipping Line than by staying in this stunning suite, which offers two comfortable double beds, a sofa bed and a deluxe double whirlpool bath, as well as hours of entertainment from Sky TV (coming soon), and WiFi.
Just like the premium cruise liner, you’ll have everything you need for an unforgettable stay, including tea and coffee facilities, an iron and ironing board and lavish toiletries.
About Isidor and Ida Straus
Isidor Straus was born on 6th February 1845 in Otterberg, Germany. He and his brother Nathan were successful businessmen in America and were best known as founders of the famous Macy’s department store. Isidor’s wife, Ida Straus (born Rosaline Ida Blun), was born in Worns, Germany on 6th February 1849.
The couple married in 1871 and had seven children together. The extremely wealthy couple travelled first class on RMS Titanic, paying what would now be approximately $60,000 each for their tickets.
The pair were last seen together holding hands on deck. Though Isidor’s body was recovered and buried in New York, Ida was never found. For almost 100 years, Macy’s customers entering the New York department store would read the words “Their lives were beautiful and their deaths glorious”.