2. St. Regis Hotel
After funeral services at the church and the cemetery, attendees went to the St. Regis Hotel for a reception. The historic hotel was built by John Jacob Astor IV in 1904 and was the tallest New York City hotel at the time. The Roys and fellow well-to-do mourners are the typical clientele of the hotel which has hosted royals, celebrities, and politicians for over a century.
The hotel is known for its famous bar, the King Cole Bar, which is covered in murals by Maxfield Parrish, but the scenes in Succession were shot in the opulent Rooftop Ballroom. Located on the 20th floor, the room is decorated with gilt chandeliers, lavender drapery, a gold details.