New York City is putting its favorite design dress for a massive design presence and for that purpose there are some of the most gorgeous hotels in the world. Hotel Interior Design want to show you all as far as fabulous lobbies, restaurants, and bars is concerned! Here are 10 incredible and beautiful designed hotels in NYC!
The Bowery will make u feel like you’re in a palace! It’s so romantic, it’s definitely not something you’d expect to find in downtown Manhattan.
The newly opened Mondrian Soho was designed by fabulous New York designer, Benjamin Noriega-Ortiz. The Mondrian is unlike other New York hotels, it’s more like a fantasy! It’s sparkling, charming, and it really touches your senses.
Very close to both The Smyth and the Duane Street Hotel is The James Hotel. In addition to its gorgeous rooftop, The Jimmy, The James has a restaurant that is to die for! It’s gorgeous and obviously the food is delicious!
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The Smyth is so fab. Located in Tribeca, it’s very New York. It has walnut panelling and chrome details, which make everyone who walks in swoon! Paired with the green sofas, the bar at the Smyth has a great vibe. It’s fab for meetings and happy hours in New York!
If you’re looking for something that screams New York, but with a burst of color and personality, then you’re lo the Crosby Street Hotel. Located in Soho, it’s a neighborhood gem. It has a fab library, screening room, and film club, and a gorgeous terrace. My favorite thing about Crosby Street is the afternoon tea!
When I want to have a calm, relaxing evening I always head to the Duane Street Hotel in Tribeca. It’s has a hidden gem with a restaurant called Mehtaphor by one of my favorite chefs, Jehangir Mehta.
The Gramercy Park Hotel is SEXY. It’s a modern take on a traditional, luxurious look. It holds artwork by Andy Warhol, and Jean-Michel Basquiat. Gramercy was designed by artist Julian Schnabel in 2006, and is still trending today. That’s huge in a city where things fall out of fashion quickly!
I love the Gansevoort brand. The hotels are chic, well designed, and everybody wants to be there. If you’re looking for a FAB night out in a great scene, the Gansevoort is the place to be.
Andaz on Fifth Avenue opened recently, but became very popular very quickly. It’s subtly designed with classic pieces, and a mix of blacks, browns, and metals for a sophisticated look.
The Standard Hotel
The Standard hotel always offers a fabulous time! It has two locations, one in Meatpacking and one in the East Village. While we love the Biergarten in Meatpacking the East Village has a more relaxed vibe, which is more my style.