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Set in a historic Beaux-Arts building, The NoMad exudes European sophistication while maintaining a distinct New York edge. Full review →
Beaux-Arts stunner infiltrates Ace territory. Designer Jacques Garcia looks back to the classic grand hotels of Europe, also nods to his childhood flat in Paris.
A restored turn-of-the-century Beaux Arts mansion with 168 rooms in the trendy Flower District, home to some of the city's most forward-thinking boutiques and restaurants. Full review →
This upscale-bohemian property quickly became one of the most buzzed-about hotel openings of 2012. Full review →
Located on a stretch of Broadway just north of Madison Square Park that’s slowly evolving from a no-man’s-land of garment and electronics shops to become one of the city’s trendier nooks. Full review →
Imagine if Gustave Klimt and Edward Gorey were to collaborate on the design of a hotel, and you’ll have a good sense of the whimsical elegance of the NoMad. Full review →Some tips: Be sure to ask for a room on the second or third floor, as the ceilings are highest there.
In the heart of the historic NoMad neighborhood (North of Madison Square Park), this 168-room hotel is located in a fully restored, turn-of-the-century Beaux-Arts building. Full review →
This beaux art dream of design is one of the city's hottest new addresses, where a vagabond-chic aesthetic permeates every hardwood-ed nook in the bedrooms upstairs. Full review →
This area, which sits at the juncture of the Flatiron, Gramercy, Chelsea, and midtown districts, is one of the city's hottest new neighborhoods.
Not for one second did I feel that I was in the confines of just another luxury hotel, but rather my own personal flat in this magnificent city. Full review →
The Nomad... is a luxurious, impeccably designed hotel with attentive service but limited features. Full review →
This is an earthier version of the Crosby Street Hotel, an elegantly irreverent uptown import that captures the future of this neighborhood like a firefly in a jar for all to see. Full review →
The 168 sumptuous rooms, two swanky bars, a vintage fireplace and a restaurant overseen by superstar chef Daniel Humm make it one of the hottest hotels in town. Full review →
Each room has its own art collection, built on the theme of travel around photographs, sketches and correspondence amassed from French antique shops. Full review →
Celebrating a special occasion? Let the hotel know, and you may just get treated to the off-menu mignardises, a selection of house-made macarons, truffles, and aromatic sugarcoated gumdrops.
Set in a classic beaux arts building in its namesake neighborhood, this upscale hotel features a chic, Parisian-inspired decor.
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