When traveling to New York City, there is a seemingly endless list of hotels available to choose from. Many of us are familiar with some of the more historic hotels, such as the Waldorf-Astoria, the St. Regis, and the Peninsula, but there are also a number of new hotels that are worth checking out as well. If you are planning a trip to New York City, I recommend you check out one of these five hotels below.
Located in the Garment District, Refinery is a century old millinery factor that has been revamped into one of the brightest new hotels in New York City. Refinery’s 197 industrial, loft-like rooms have wood flooring, exposed-beam ceilings, and desks inspired by Singer sewing machines.
2) The Jade
Set in a new 19-story building that seamlessly blends in with the Georgian-style neighborhood, The Jade is an upscale establishment from the same folks behind Manhattan’s popular GEM boutique hotel mini-chain. Inside, you will find a rich and softly lit salon-like setting, with a truly dramatic Art Deco staircase that leads down to a cushy 3,600-square-foot sunken lobby.
3) Viceroy New York
Located on 57th street, Viceroy New York tastefully blends elements of Art Deco geometry, mid-century simplicity, and bygone nautical elegance. This luxe hotel is designed by Roman and Williams, the same company that also styled the modern hotel classics, The Standard and The Ace. Every room in the hotel has either a balcony, terrace, or floor-to-ceiling windows for views of Central Park.
4) The Marlton
This modernized bohemian hotel has over a century of literary and theatrical history, offering 107 stunning rooms with a post-war Parisian feel. The designs include pastel-colored walls, crown moldings, and other unique touches like hand-shaped, wall-mounted brass light fixtures. The expansive lobby is part lounge, part library, and part bar, making it the perfect place to relax and socialize.
5) The Quin
Located in the 57th Street gallery districts, The Quin combines modern luxury with an art-centric style influenced by its local surroundings. The grand lobby features a 15-foot digital art wall, while the 208 rooms each feature original artwork. For those looking to spend big, The Quin has a 3-floor Penthouse Suite, which includes a 1200-square-foot balcony overlooking Central Park.