One of the newer luxury hotels in New York, it’s a tad less expensive than many of its bouji rivals further uptown. Overlooking Madison Square Park and a short walk from Greenwich Village, the location is quite unbeatable. The Eleven Madison Park restaurant is close by (it was hailed as the world’s finest restaurant in 2017). It’s located in the 1909 Met Life clocktower, a 41-story building that was once the tallest on earth.
Ian Schrager redesign has brought the hotel right up to date. It has an air of classic luxury with a modern twist. The colour scheme is neutral. It calls to mind the minimalist design you’ll see in the Aegean and Nordic country: think lightly accented colours and clean lines. The New York EDITION is a great choice if you like minimalist design. If you’d like something more decedent you could consider the far from subtle Pierre Hotel.
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- Cost Category: Gold
- Michelin star restaurant
- Chic minimalist style
- Overlooking Madison Square Park
Light colours and white wood floors are offset by subtle flourishes, including faux-fur bed throws. The beds are supremely comfortable and the rainshower is so good you’ll never want to get out. All rooms come with excellent city views. You can choose from a number of room options, from Guest and Superior rooms to grand suites. Standard rooms are 274sqft/25sqm. Before turning in for the night you could take a stroll through Madison Park.
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