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Distinguished art deco landmark building originally designed by Stanford White in 1905, set in the heart of the bustling Theater District. Full review →
Stanford White's Lambs Club becomes posh playpen. Sky's the limit for prices, but then they're hooking up suites and apartments in addition to standard luxury rooms.
A top-to-bottom refit of the Lambs Club... has turned this actors’ den into a sleek 83-room hotel with Art Deco lines and ocean liner-inspired fittings that hark back to travel’s bygone eras. Full review →
A lavishly refurbished reincarnation of a classic Manhattan theater club that lay fallow for decades, the Chatwal New York delivers the luxury experience in style, with the price tag to match. Full review →
What was once home to The Lambs, the nation’s first professional theater organization, is now a luxurious hotel with Art Deco details that harken back to a bygone era. Full review →
The Chatwal Hotel... is a recreation of 1930s New York Art Deco glamour, but with a modern gloss to it. Full review →
This appealing hotel entices with a hip attitude in a beautifully restored landmark building near the Great White Way. Full review →
Deco for our decade with tech-savvy bachelor pad rooms and a buzzy restaurant with Old New York cred. Full review →
A restored art deco jewel in the heart of the Theater District, the Chatwal is as atmospheric as it is historic. Full review →
Designed by the in-demand Thierry Despont, this hotel is the embodiment of all things debonair and dapper.
This 83-room luxury hotel in a landmark building near Times Square evokes the glamorous 1920s. Full review →
The Chatwal is a cocoon of comfort and luxury in the beating heart of Manhattan. Full review →
In a city awash with faux deco and incongruous nods to the style, the Chatwal New York opened in August 2010 in a Stanford White building whose interior art deco restoration is pitch perfect. Full review →
For the interiors, Thierry Despont put an updated twist on Art Deco: from the red-leather banquettes and a limestone fireplace to the terrazzo floors and leather-wrapped closets. Full review →
Housed in a "landmark" 1905 building, this "well-located" Midtown Starwood boutique offers a "taste of yesteryear", from the "beautiful" art deco decor to the "excellent" staffers.
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