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Built in 1881, this gorgeous architectural treasure welcomes guests to ten floors of vibrant comfort. The Beekman, a Thompson Hotel, combines the sophisticated interior design of Martin Brudnizki with the culinary masterpieces of restaurateur and chef Tom Colicchio, alongside restaurant-auteur Keith McNally. The hotel opened in September 2016, providing guests with 287 rooms—including 38 suites and two penthouses with private rooftop terraces—with eclectic bespoke furniture and vintage furnishings sourced from dealers all over the world.
Whitewaller recommends: Enjoying a bite to eat at Augustine, Temple Court, and The Bar Room.
123 Nassau Street
New York, NY
Through a contemporary, bohemian, and inspiring ambience, SIXTY SoHo reflects its stylish surroundings. This boutique hotel features upscale rooms, suites, with balconies and soaking tubs, a lobby lounge, and a seasonal rooftop bar.
Whitewaller recommends: Coastal Italian cuisine at Sessanta, the in-house restaurant.
In West Chelsea, this nautical-themed New York landmark is a hot spot for fashion, art, food, and business professionals. Enjoy the 16th-century fireplace from the South of France, the ceilings with oak beams, and the much-photographed nautical mural.
Whitewaller recommends: Enjoying a bite to eat from in-house restaurant La Sirena.
Designed by Enrique Norten, Hôtel Americano offers 56 Japanese-inspired rooms of style and comfort, with a rooftop pool and lounge, too. Each room has the feel of an urban ryokan, with wooden platform beds, warm light, and for some, a spacious soaking tub.
Whitewaller recommends: Ordering the diver scallops with roasted maitake, espazote, and charred cipolline.
The Wythe Hotel
The Wythe Hotel is an industrial building that has been converted into a 70-room hotel. With exposed brick walls, iron columns, and pinewood beds, the hotel’s rooms are spacious conversions. Delicious bits can be found at the ground-floor restaurant, Reynard.
Whitewaller recommends: Enjoying a cocktail on the rooftop at The Ides.
Opened in September, MADE is an inaugural hotel project by developer Sam Gelin. Eighteen floors encompass 108 guest rooms, welcoming a reinvented approach with a crafted environment of rich and conscious materials.
Whitewaller recommends: Enjoying a cocktail at the lobby bar before heading up to the rooftop bar, Good Behavior.
With interiors designed by Jacques Garcia, the 168 guest rooms and suites shine with king-sized beds, custom bedding and bathrobes by Sferra and Frette, and exclusive Argan bath amenities by Côté Bastide.
Whitewaller recommends: Enjoying the multiple dining spaces with menus by chef Daniel Humm.
The Kitano is New York’s only Japanese-owned hotel, and it offers guests 18 floors with 150 special rooms. The hotel also provides authentic kaiseki cuisine at the in-house restaurant Hakubai, complemented by Japanese decor and artwork.
Whitewaller recommends: Checking out the jazz-infused supper club, JAZZ at The Kitano, adjacent to the hotel.
The Mercer Hotel
The Mercer is equipped with 75 rooms in a Romanesque building where the guest service is incomparable. High comfort, natural light, and lofty proportions emphasize elegance, offering an escape from the bustle of New York City.
Whitewaller recommends: Enjoying a bite to eat at Mercer Kitchen.
The New York EDITION
With 273 rooms boasting extraordinary style and service, The New York EDITION welcomes its guests to an elegant, relaxing environment and a fine dining experience. The hotel’s lobby and lobby bar, with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Madison Square Park, are dynamic social hubs—to see and be seen.
Whitewaller recommends: Staying in the penthouse on the 31st floor with 180-degree views of the city.
New for New York this year is PUBLIC—a “luxury for all” boutique hotel that is built upon service, style, unique experience, and value. Much more than just a resting place, the hotel invites guests to front and backyard gardens, its three bars—Diego, The Roof, and Lobby Bar—and Ian Schrager’s first multimedia performance space since Studio 54, Public Arts.
Whitewaller recommends: Eating at PUBLIC Kitchen.
The Bowery Hotel
This hotel epitomizes opulent comfort and character with its 17 floors of handpicked antique furnishings, leather seats, and Turkish Oushak rugs. Amenities include the rustic Lobby Bar, a calm courtyard, and Northern Italian fare in their acclaimed restaurant, Gemma.
Whitewaller recommends: Enjoying 24-hour room service and a complimentary shoeshine.
The Standard, High Line
This boutique hotel, located in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District, offers one of the city’s most renowned rooftops. Startling views can be seen from the top, while the ground-floor plaza acts as the neighborhood’s living room.
Whitewaller recommends: Exploring The Standard’s own line of beers available at The Standard Biergarten.
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