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Upper East Side boutique hotel housed within a 1927 building that underwent a flamboyant makeover by French designer Jacques Grange. Full review →
Grand Hotel nods and general ‘30s Paris vibe. Subtle and serene, marked by discreet, attentive service.
An haute hideaway on Manhattan's Upper East Side since 1927, the venerable Mark reopened last fall with a radical new look, trading in its erstwhile French pedigree for Parisian pop.
For all the changes at The Mark, the service remains terrifically old-school. Full review →
Located in a 1927 landmark building in the heart of the Upper East Side, the Mark Hotel epitomizes understated New York luxury from every angle. Full review →
If you took every Upper East Side real estate fantasy and condensed it into a modern hotel, you'd come up with the Mark. Full review →
The Mark is one of New York City’s chicest retreats, having been decorated top-to-bottom by French designer Jacques Grange. Full review →
There is nothing not to like here, with the exception of the steep rates: this kind of luxury does not come cheap. Full review →
The exterior may be classic Upper East Side elegance, but peek through the front door, and within a second, you'll understand that there's more to this hotel than first meets the eye. Full review →
Grande dame turned design glamazon with a Jean-Georges Vongerichten restaurant and hot bar. Full review →
French designer Jacques Grange left his artful mark on The Mark with bold geometric shapes and rich, playful forms that greet visitors in the lobby. Full review →
The exterior reads Upper East Side formality, but inside, this hotel screams exuberance.
The Mark, an historic hotel built in 1927, re-opened in 2009 as one of the best contemporary luxury hotels in New York. Full review →
This hotel really lives up to its claims of sophistication and elegance.
On the corner of Madison Avenue at 77th Street, this rather showy Upper East Side (UES) address has settled into its revamp, but still manages to create a buzz Full review →
Bold geometric shapes and splashy interiors helped reinvent this once-stuffy Upper East Side classic. Full review →
In a landmark building on the Upper East Side, The Mark has been reimagined by French designer Jacques Grange as a soigné retreat. Full review →
“chic” Upper Eastsider, where “well-heeled” types “expect nothing less” than “deft” New American cuisine at prices that “push the envelope”. Full review →
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