10 Most Stylish Design Hotels in NY situated in Midtown, Upper East Side, NoMad and the Financial District, and near Broadway, Wall Street, Madison Avenue and Central Park.
The Surrey has the exquisite feel of a billionaire’s Art Deco townhouse. The atmosphere creates mesmerizing Chuck Close tapestry of Kate Moss in the lobby and the Coco Chanel-inspired Bar Pleiades. This design hotel rooms range from classic ‘salons’ with hand painted wardrobes, fireplaces and private terraces, to various suites starting from 600sqft, with separate living, dining, and kitchen areas.
The Paramount Hotel is a 597-room New York City hotel located in Midtown, just half a block from the Times Square. It dates back to the 1920s and was considered an architectural landmark for the city in 2009. Famous for its chic lobby that creates a lounge-like ambiance, characterized by dark woods, artfully placed spotlights and sculptural lightning fixtures Coltrane, made by a Portuguese luxury lighting company
Distinctive for its exposed brick and butcher-block flooring, the Archer Hotel is evocative of the industrial past of the neighborhood. The furniture of the hotel was custom-designed and the art pieces hand-picked to enhance the elegant vibe of the space.
Gramercy Park Hotel
The Gramercy Park Hotel was designed by Ian Schrager, partnering with artist Julian Schnabel. Recognized by celebrities, suburbanites and artists this hotel is famous for its original combination of styles, great pieces of furniture, artwork and the extraordinary use of color. Design hotel has a rotating collection of 20th-century art, including pieces by Andy Warhol, Damien Hirst and Jean-Michel Basquiat.
Ace Hotel New York
Opened in 1904 as the Breslin Hotel, nowadays is an eclectic Ace Hotel who´s clientele appreciate the cuisine of Michelin-starred Brit chef April Bloomfield. The Breslin Bar and Restaurant is worth a visit alone, while the 280 rooms range from ‘suites’ to ‘smalls’ to ‘bunks’ and are as eclectic as the clientele.
The NoMad Hotel
The hotel was designed by Jacques Garcia. The NoMad interior is distinctive for its European style soaring ceilings and tiled floors. The funky and decadent touches such as tapestry covered antique furniture, worn and faded Persian rugs, a 200-year-old fireplace, an antique staircase, and a glass atrium-like structure on the ground floor that houses a restaurant make this 168 rooms hotel one of the most stylish in New York.
The 197 rooms design hotel preserved much of the charm of the original Gothic skyscraper, from the high ceilings to the wood-floor rooms, although the decor is never overdone. This design hotel is famous for its locally curated artwork on display in communal areas, along with vintage furnishings.
Andaz Wall Street
This chic 253-room property, part of Hyatt’s boutique Andaz brand, is chic, modern, clean lined space with light and dark woods and red-and-black tones dominating. The designers of the Rockwell Group brought modern furnishings and works of the local artists to its interior.
West House Hotel New York
The double-height coffered ceilings greet this design hotel´s quests on arrival. Its interior merges modern and Art Deco style elements. WestHouse Hotel is famous for its lobby´s bookshelves designed by Jeffrey Beers International.
Place is famous for an authenticity and attention to detail rare for Times Square. A brown marble floors lobby with a beige textured walls are the visit card of the hotel. Gabellini Sheppard designers had brought some stunning interior motifs, such as a domed ceiling of hand polished gold leaf and glinting silver chain mail curtains to this hotel´s interiors.
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Article based on The Telegraph UK.