List of New York Hotel TOP 5 Ultra chic and modern hotels ( most open within the las few years) with the best concierge and High Class atmosphere to meet an ELITE ESCORT IN NYC!
Opened in May 2013, this former 1912 hat factory caters to an emerging Garment District crowd. Originally built as a high-end hat factory and tea salon, the Refinery Hotel plays on 1920s industrial décor. The 197 guestrooms include custom-made furniture, high ceilings, and warm wood touches. Frette linens and Le Labo products will keep you plenty comfortable. Thirsty for a view? Nurse a “Water Tower Toddy” (brandy, English Breakfast tea) on the year-round rooftop bar with views of the Empire State Building.
welcome addition to Chelsea, The High Line Hotel quietly debuted 60 well-edited rooms in May 2013. Tucked in a mid-1800s seminary, expect stained glass windows, private gardens, oriental rugs, and in-room fireplaces. Of-the-moment designers Roman + Williams blended a mix of subway tiles and antique furniture. With such stately Gothic architecture, it’s easy to channel a Harry Potter film. Coffee by Intelligentsia is served throughout the day; beer and wine cameos in the evening. Spring promises a Champagne garden.
3 THE QUIN
Originally constructed in 1926, The Quin opened in November 2013 and includes 208 guestrooms and three suites (paying homage to former guests like artist Georgia O’Keeffe and architect Emory Roth) with handsome, contemporary touches. Beds are by the divine Dux and dressed with Sferra linens, while baths are stocked with Fresh spa products. A tablet controls your climate, music, and lighting. Don’t miss the collection of Irish artist Patrick Graham’s paintings.
Three blocks from Central Park, the newly opened WestHouse, a member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World, pays homage to a bygone era of highly personalized service and design. Designed by Jeffrey Bears International, the lobby is moody with dark woods and a palette of gray, bronze, amber, and cobalt. The 172-room hotel adds bespoke touches à la DayNa Decker bath, and guests can tailor their sleep through Sleep│Studio with evening masks and aromatherapy oils. It’s so divine and relaxing you might not want to leave your room.
t’s all about location at this gleaming boutique hotel that debunks any notion of a traditional Hyatt. The Hyatt Union Square (we awarded it as a 2013 Sleek City Favorite) is a clean, mod space with a lively, sophisticated lobby of white sofas and pops of red. The rooms are bright and well appointed. Turn down service affords cute fortune cookies with customized New York sayings. There’s on-site drinks and food too—from Singl Bar to the tapas-inspired Botequim. Animal lovers are appeased; their furry friends are allowed.