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WHAT WE LOVE...

Once a tea salon and hat factory, this swish urban boutique hotel housed in the old Colony Arcade Building dating from 1912 in the Garment District in Midtown Manhattan rocks a vintage, modern and industrial-chic look throughout. It's near numerous sights and attractions such as the Empire State Building, Macy's, the theatre district, Herald Square, Grand Central Station and Bryant Park, as well as 15 subway lines. Its stylish restaurant, chilled jazz bar and fab rooftop lounge offer a diverse range of cool places to socialise, while the comfortable guest rooms have a sleek, minimalist look and modern comforts. There are reminders of the hotel's past, such as milliners' tools on display, and the traditional architecture is spiced up with colourful contemporary art.

THE DETAILS

Location

We loved being within walking distance of no fewer than 15 subway lines.

In Midtown Manhattan, it's a short walk to Times Square, the Rockefeller Centre and Central Park.
By plane: flights from London, Manchester or Edinburgh to New York take 7 hours. It's a 45-minute drive from JFK airport. Parking costs $72 per day. skyscanner.net

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Style & Character

Guests of all ages who appreciate a sassy retro/modern style will enjoy it here. The hotel blends historic touches with modern comforts.

Service & Facilities

Service is very good here, especially at reception.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Fitness centre
  • Free Wi-Fi

Rooms

The 400-square-foot Studio King with a view of the Empire State Building stands out. With the feel of a big Manhattan loft, it has a couple of large contemporary artworks and sleek hardwood floors. Room have an uplifting, light and bright feel.

Studio Queen, Studio King, Studio Double Queen, Deluxe Double Queen, Atelier
Facilities include: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, hairdryer, docking station, TV, air conditioning, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

There's laid-back live jazz at Winnie's Bar. The Martini Thyme cocktail - with gin, peach, lime and thyme syrup - is even better when enjoying the spectacular view from the rooftop.

Refinery Rooftop Bar: indoor seating and outdoor terrace, all-day dining. Serving light bites and flatbreads. Open daily from 11:30am.
Parker & Quinn: signature restaurant, American cuisine. Open Mon-Fri for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Sat-Sun for brunch and dinner.
Winnie's Jazz Bar: intimate bar and lounge, live music. Open Tue-Sat from 5pm.

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