Design in Vogue is going to introduce you the most artistic hotels in New York City and no matter the one of the list you choose, we bet that you’ll spend a good time.
Trump property is “a magnificent experience from check-in to check out.” “The bar is exquisite,” and the “food unique and delicious.” The rooms are “uber chic, and the front management staff was over-the-top friendly and accommodating.”
This European-style hotel is a few minutes’ walk from Rockefeller Center, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, and Radio City Music Hall. “It is perfectly located for restaurants and shopping.” “Charming, spacious rooms” have marble baths and “heavenly beds” with Frette linens.
CROSBY STREET HOTEL
Opened in Soho in 2009, this Kit Kemp–designed 11-story brownstone has floor-to-ceiling windows throughout and is environmentally certified as an LEED Gold property. “Bright and cheery rooms” are individually decorated with tall headboards and sleek modern furniture—”they’re a welcome refuge from the world below.
RITZ-CARLTON CENTRAL PARK
A stay here is extremely pricey but worth it for the excellent location and service.” This 33-story town house–style tower on Central Park South “feels like a quiet, serene place despite the hustle and bustle outside.
This Beaux Arts–style 19-story landmark on the corner of Fifth Avenue and Central Park South is “synonymous with New York.” “Rooms are as sophisticated and elegant as they come,” but “some views of the park are negligible—even from the higher floors.
FOUR SEASONS HOTEL
Hands down the classiest hotel in New York without being snooty, a refuge of elegant tranquility in a sea of activity.” The I. M. Pei–designed postmodern limestone tower is a few blocks from Central Park and Barneys, Chanel, and YSL. Inside, the 52-story building has “a soaring, breathtaking geometrical lobby.
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