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Discreet service, a prestigious address, and amenities of the highest quality combine in this historic property. Full review →
Modern, lux accommodation on the Upper East. Beaux-Arts classic upgraded to the tune of $60 mill.
The suites, while very large, feel corporate.
The new lobby’s Art Deco-inspired black-and-dove gray palette is echoed in the generously sized rooms (the bathrooms are particularly large), with wide Duxiana beds. Full review →
The Surrey, New York’s only Relais & Chateaux boutique hotel, is an art-lover’s paradise. Full review →
This all-suite hotel is a lovely choice for those willing to spend extra on dramatically more space.
Since its reopening, the hotel has drawn an eclectic crowd of leisure and business travelers with its 190 luxurious, yet comfortable, salons and suites. Full review →
Set among town houses between Madison and Fifth avenues, the Surrey has always reeked of classic Upper East Side elegance. Full review →
Today The Surrey provides travelers with an ultra relaxing place to rest between visits to Upper East Side spots such as the Whitney Museum of American Art. Full review →
Refined Upper East Side classic with a roof garden and restaurant by Daniel Boulud, steps away from Museum Mile. Full review →
This steely Upper East Side gem – literally, everything is decorated in silvery shades of grey – is all about luxury. Full review →
The Surrey's location may be knee deep in the old-monied world of the Upper East Side, but its quietly elegant flair is as new as a spring lamb.
Eclectic theme – muted pastel tones and rich wood cabinetry, a working fireplace and black, etched water glasses, and a capacious bathroom, floored and walled in grey-veined marble. Full review →
This 190-room hotel on the Upper East Side is ready to pull guests away from the nearby Carlyle with room service by Cafe Boulud. Full review →
The interior is a showcase for contemporary design; standard “salons” (rooms) have been beautifully furnished with ornate carpets, hand-crafted wardrobes and funky, modern desks.
Service operates on a high level, with guests at reception being escorted right to their guest rooms, while a Les Clefs d'Or concierge seemingly holds the keys to the city. Full review →
The Surrey has the feel of a billionaire’s exquisite Art Deco townhouse – but with room service. Full review →
The centerpiece is undoubtedly the incredibly comfortable DUX by Duxiana bed... coupled with the hotel’s quiet location, it practically guarantees your best sleep ever. Full review →
Spruced-up rooms and suites—in shades of gray, cream, and white—have Duxiana beds, Pratesi bathrobes, and exclusive amenities from perfumer Laura Tonatto. Full review →
For a taste of "Upper East Side elegance", fans flock to this "handsome nest" offering "beautiful", "spacious-for-NYC" quarters that are "well appointed" with "wonderful" marble bathrooms.
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