Erected in 1891 by New York city’s wealthiest gentlemen the Stanford White designed Metropolitan Club is New York city’s grandest Palazzo. Its supremely elegant white marble exterior only hints at the lavish and spectacular interiors within. It is a perfect example of Italian Renaissance with its breathtaking staircase, 55 ft high ceiling, marble hall, fine woodwork and painted ceilings. Brides and grooms can prepare for their ceremony and photos in their respective suites, and can have their ceremony in one of several gorgeous rooms. Cocktails and reception can take place in any of the rooms not used for the ceremony and hold you horses the latest addition to the Club — the 2007 setback roof-top addition that includes a lounge, a skylit dining room and a terrace adds another possibility to the embarrassing wealth of options at The Metropolitan Club.