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From the East end to the West Village, uptown and back, New York is full of great boutique hotels. Each offer a different design experience while keeping the values of service, quality and comfort at the top of their priority list to make sure you’re smiling.
The Marlton Hotel
Owner of The Jane has ventured to West 8th Street to open the elegant Marlton Hotel, offering 180 rooms. With an undeniable French chic, it’s no wonder this hotel is popular among writers, designers and rising artists. Feel it in the living room-style lobby and fireplace to the Margaux bistro, where you’ll enjoy a complimentary breakfast (WiFi included). Rooms are bright and feminine with marble bathrooms, French style ceilings and brass elements.
The High Line Hotel
The hotel’s exterior is a perfect example of the city’s beautiful Gothic architecture. Located in Chelsea on a quiet, residential street, this hotel is one big surprise with its private outdoor lawn. With just 60 rooms, High Line prides itself on subtle sophistication: fireplace mantels, books, chandeliers and real plants.
The Jade Hotel
In Greenwich Village is a warm and welcome retreat designed by Andres Escobar, a Canadian-based interior design firm. What a location, inside and out! Rooms are Deco style with eloquent headboards, wallpaper and even rotary phones – remember those? Downstairs, the charming bistro runs a fireplace to stay cozy during the winter.
Just a stone’s throw from Carnegie Hall, Central Park and Fifth Avenue, the hotel’s location is unbeatable for Midtown lovers. Just off Columbus Circle, the 208 rooms are exceptionally cozy thanks to fresh flowers, Duxiana beds and fresh beauty products. Rumor has it, the concierge service is king.
The Viceroy Hotel
Sophistication is the name of the game here. You can feel it in the use of brass, marble and wood elements in perfect harmony with the stylish, modern furniture. This new hotel is in the heart of Midtown and offers 240 well-spaced, comfortable rooms. If you can afford it, the penthouse suite is the definition of old school decadence.
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