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May 18, 2014 By:Five Star Alliance

The Terrace Suite at Market Pavilion Hotel basks in 1,000 sq. ft of spellbinding luxury and comes with city's largest hotel bathroom. Located on the Concierge Level, guests of the Terrace Suite enjoy private floor access, a concierge parlor serving delectable hot breakfast, afternoon tea, evening hors d'oeuvres, and more. There is a 800 square foot Italian marble bath with separate shower & Jacuzzi bathtub, lighted makeup mirror, scale, hair dryer, Hermes brand toiletries, and plush robes. 

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