There’s much that draws guests to The Greenwich Hotel in New York’s TriBeCa district. For starters, Robert De Niro is a co-owner
There’s no Manhattan view so magical as one of Central Park, and the Ritz-Carlton Central Park boasts these views aplenty. Set over 33 floors, the hotel has 259 rooms, including 47 suites, many with views over the park’s 843 acres
One of the luxury hotel stalwarts, The Pierre has gone through many incarnations since its opening in 1930, and now offers refined luxury and exclusivity.
Not many New York hotels can trace a 100-year tradition of luxury and excellence, but the St Regis has become one of the city’s landmarks and its arbiter of magnificence. The St. Regis New York The St.
For an intimately luxurious New York experience, The Bowery sets the perfect scene. On Manhattan’s Lower East Side, The Bowery evokes turn-of-the-century New York with its romantic and intimate residential loft design
The Chatwal is a dream come true for those with a penchant for Art Deco and Golden Era New York.
The Chatwal is a dream come true for those with a penchant for Art Deco and Golden Era New York. Homage to a grand past: The Chatwal New York Set in an iconic Stanford White-designed building, the hotel is at 130 West 44th Street, the epicentre of 20th century American theatre.
The Peninsula New York evokes the grandeur of the old-world Orient, in the heart of Manhattan’s shopping and cultural district. The Peninsula New York The Peninsula New York Behind the Beaux Arts façade of its 1905 landmark building, The Peninsula New York marries old-world opulence with high-tech comfort
The Gramercy Park Hotel likes to play on its heritage of ‘high bohemia’, mixing contemporary pieces with centuries-old furnishings to create an experience “akin to stumbling into an artist’s studio or home”. Gramercy Park Hotel Gramercy Park Hotel The hotel originally opened in 1925 on the site of architect Stanford White’s home, between 22nd and 21st Streets, and was renovated and relaunched recently in collaboration with artist and director Julian Schnabel. An ode to bohemia It was the headquarters for high bohemia through the decades, with artists, adventurers and bonvivants mingling on its premises.
New York’s Carlyle hotel has welcomed business leaders, politicians, entertainment personalities and royalty to its iconic Upper East-side building, making it the luxury hotel of choice for those seeking privacy and elegance. The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel With a heritage stretching back to 1930, The Carlyle hotel on Manhattan’s Upper East Side is surrounded by galleries, museums and the designer boutiques of Madison Avenue