New York EDITION, New York, USA
Housed in a striking clocktower building dating from 1909, the interior of this engaging, chic hotel is anything but historic. Blending the elegant, understated design of Ian Schrager, with neutral beiges and creams enhanced by warm browns and stark blacks, the hotel offers 273 luxuriously appointed spacious guest rooms alongside swish public areas including two attractive cocktail bars, a restaurant overseen by Michelin-starred chef Jason Atherton, a characterful billiard room, gym and spa.
Your expert reviewer
It's in a prime location, by Madison Square Park, near the Flatiron Building, Union Square, several subway lines and neighbourhoods such as Chelsea, Gramercy and the Garment District. Madison Park it must be said is pretty small by UK standards, it's more a large square, but it's a nice place for a stroll before relaxing at the hotel bars.
The hotel is in lower Manhattan (NoMad) with several museums as well as the Empire State Building nearby.
By plane: flights to New York take 6 hours 50 mins from London and Edinburgh, and 7 hours 10 mins from Manchester. The hotel is a 30-minute taxi ride from JFK airport. Parking on-site costs 83$ per day. skyscanner.net
Style & Character
This hotel is popular with both business and leisure travellers alike, couples and families with older children generally. We love the minimalist, understated design throughout, sometimes livened up with a bit of colour.
Service & Facilities
The restaurant has a purple-themed billiards room where it's hard to say no to a game.
- Fitness centre
- Spa and wellness suite
- On-site parking
- Free Wi-Fi
The rooms are very comfortable without being over-fussy. Room 2108, on the 21st floor, has a great view of the NoMad skyline and plenty of space with a large, comfortable bed, a desk and sofa, spacious bathroom and huge TV.
Guest Room, Superior Room, Deluxe Room, Loft, Loft Suite, Madison Suite, Park Suite, Flatiron Suite, Penthouse Suite, Family Suite
Facilities include: ensuite bathroom, Le Labo toiletries, bathrobe and slippers, hairdryer, TV, free Wi-Fi
Food & Drink
The bar by the lobby is pretty swish and ideal for an evening drink, while The Clocktower has a great vibe with its sleek design, low lighting and barrage of vintage photos adorning the walls, curated by Trunk Archive.
The Clocktower: one Michelin star, British fine dining, Jason Atherton restaurant. Open daily for breakfast and dinner, and weekends for brunch. Mains from $28.
The Bar at the Clocktower: craft cocktails. Open Tues-Sun, 5-11pm.
Lobby Bar: coffees, wine, cocktails, light bites. Open daily.
Rooms available from £415.34 per night
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