Chuck Bass' suite at the Palace Hotel, previously owned by his father Bart Bass, served as Chuck's main residence throughout the entire first season and the first part of the second and third season. The suite featured a private bar and an open floor plan. It is located within the Midtown Manhattan hotel.
Current Resident(s) Edit
- Unknown (as of 2009)
Former Resident(s) Edit
The suite makes it's first appearance in The Wild Brunch, when Chuck and Nate Archibald wake up after the Kiss on the Lips Party. Chuck serves drinks for the two at the bar. Later in the episode, he sends Blair Waldorf up to finally consummate her relationship with Nate; not knowing Nate already asked Serena van der Woodsen to meet him up there to talk. After Ivy Week is completed, Chuck throws a Lost Weekend celebration in the suite. Things eventually get out of hand when his old enemy Carter Baizen crashes the party and attempts to seduce Nate away from the trappings of the elite. When Chuck realizes Carter stole his prized baseball, he is able to use that to get Nate away from him. In The Blair Bitch Project, it's revealed that Chuck moved out of his suite into the hotel's penthouse with his father, along with Serena, Lily, and Eric van der Woodsen. However, after Serena receives inappropriate gifts and mistakenly assumes Chuck is messing with her, Bart kicks Chuck out of the penthouse and he moves back to his suite. In the season finale Much 'I Do' About Nothing, Bart and Lily introduce Chuck to the interior decorator for Lily's penthouse, since they'll all be moving there after the summer ends.
After the death of Bart (It's a Wonderful Lie) and a tantrum at the funeral, Chuck moves out of the VDW penthouse back to his suite at the Palace. However, after making things better with Lily, he moves back in with them in You've Got Yale!.
At the beginning of the third season, Chuck has seemingly moved back to his Palace suite. When Serena decides to not go to Brown University, she briefly moves in with him. However, they have a falling out and she moves back to the VDW penthouse (The Freshmen). Chuck resides in the suite until he purchases The Empire Hotel in The Lost Boy. After this, he is never seen in his suite at the Palace again.
- The suite number is 1812.