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The Ritz Carlton’s newest outpost on 28th Street and Broadway boasts some of the best views from any hotel in the city: to the north, you can gaze closely upon the Empire State and Chrysler buildings, whereas to the south, the Freedom Tower is visible at the tip of Manhattan. (Smartly, guest rooms start on the 14th floor, meaning guests can soak in the splendor from their beds—or, quite literally, from their bathtubs.) On the ground floor is Zaytinya, a restaurant by celebrity activist chef José Andrés that serves up innovative Mediterranean cuisine. Private members’ club The Ned, which opened to much fanfare this spring, includes a well-appointed hotel where no application is required. The guest rooms follow a rich jewel-tone aesthetic, inspired by the Beaux-Arts architecture of the building and the 1920s style of their sister property in London. “I wanted to make it glamorous—to have loads of atmosphere,” CEO and founder of Soho House Nick Jones previously told Vogue. Housed in a Romanesque Revival Building on (you guessed it) Mercer St., The Mercer is in, and perhaps is, the heart of SoHo: when it opened in 1997, the hotel instantly became a fashionable hangout for the then up-and-coming neighborhood’s It-crowd. In fact, so stylish are the hotel’s minimalistic Christian Liaigre interiors that Calvin Klein and Rupert Murdoch would go on to hire the designer for their own personal projects.
Housed in the historic Crown building on 57th Street, designed by the same architects as Grand Central Terminal, Aman’s signature Japanese-meets-Scandinavian minimalism is present in full force: neutrals, woods, and shades of black adorn the spacious 83 guest rooms, the vast spa, and the rooftop terrace. Modern art is scattered throughout: each suite, for example, has a mural by contemporary Japanese artist Ryoko Adachi. Yet despite all the worldly influences, the property also has a local touch: a jazz club, open to the public, offering nightly performances. It perhaps goes without saying that a hotel created by the world famous crystal company is going to be extravagant. Over 15,000 Baccarat pieces, from chandeliers to glassware, grace its reflective halls, and its Gilles & Boissier designed Grand Salon looks like it could be a room in a grand European palace. The location, which is close to MoMA, Broadway theaters, and Rockefeller Center, is perfect for visitors wanting to hit New York’s main attractions.
Like The Carlyle, it’s located in close proximity to many major museums and is half a block from Central Park—of which some suites even have an expansive view. (Remember the Duchess of Sussex’s baby shower? That was hosted in their penthouse.) The Thierry Despont-designed hotel rooms at the Fasano Fifth Avenue supply an air of subtle luxury with their warm beiges, crisp whites, and views of greenery-filled Central Park. Since the property only offers suites and duplexes, many guests at the Fasano stay there for weeks, using it as a posh pied-a-tierre of sorts. They’re not so interested in delivering an in-your-face style statement. Instead, they want you to feel right at home. It’s the perfect place to post up if you’re looking for a more discreet, peaceful hospitality experience. The Fasano, which doubles as a private member’s club, doesn’t have any social spaces open to the public, and, with just a handful of rooms, interaction with other guests is minimal. The service is impeccable, the food elevated without being stuffy, and the front desk will know you by name. Plus, with the Upper East Side’s main attractions close by and Central Park across the street, you’ll still feel in the middle of it all. The clientele of the Aman is so dedicated that they’ve given themselves a nickname—Aman Junkies. (According to a 2016 Town & Country story, repeat guests constitute 50 percent of Aman’s business.) Now, they’ve got a new outpost to visit: Aman New York, the hospitality brand’s first property in New York City and first urban property in North America.
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