Today we bring you NYC best hotels regarding comfort and design! New York receives thousands of tourists every year, who seek to have the full experience in the city. However, not every hotel is equipped to handle the needs of the 21st-century travelers. Today, travelers are very demanding and the décor of the hotels is a key point!
Therefore, Deco NY has decided to help you finding the best hotels in New York City with incredible interiors.
Four Season New York CityThe hotel is noted for its luxurious interiors which have an art moderne quality. I. M. Pei and Frank Williams collaborated as the architects. I. M. Pei was also the responsible for the interiors of the public spaces in the hotel.The building has more in common with the Waldorf Astoria and other hotels of the 1920s than it does with Pei’s other works.
In 2004, in collaboration with Peter Marino, Pei came out of retirement to re-design the 52nd Penthouse Suite floor. This is especially significant since Peter Marino is known to refuse collaboration in any hotel or resort development projects.
Hotel Plaza Athénée New YorkHotel Plaza Athénée, located on a charming residential street, is an Upper East Side luxury boutique hotel that has been a home away from home to royalty, world leaders, celebrities, executives and discerning travelers since 1984. Ideally situated in the heart of Manhattan, between Park and Madison Avenue, where guests are just minutes from Central Park, Madison Avenue boutiques, galleries and museums.
In 2010 the hotel made some amazing renovations. The architectural firm of Stephen B. Jacobs Group and affiliate interior design firm of Andi Pepper Interior Design were retained to oversee this project.
JW Marriott Essex House New York
Having first opened its doors in 1931 in a prestigious Central Park South address, the JW Marriott Essex House New York continues to deliver exceptional experiences for its guests. This New York luxury hotel welcomes you with Art Deco in guestrooms and suites, which offer distinctive amenities and the latest in technology. The hotel location is in the cultural heart of New York City, which also inspires the interior design!
Mandarin Oriental, New YorkThe sleek elegance that oozes throughout Mandarin Oriental, New York comes courtesy of interior designer Hirsch Bedner & Associates. The group tries to evoke a distinct sense of place in its designs and does so tremendously well at the New York hotel. You’ll see the East represented in the lobby art, like Hong Kong designer Vivienne Tam’s signature fans and Dale Chihuly’s glass Chinese cranes sculpture. The West isn’t left out; the floor-to-ceiling windows throughout the luxury hotel overlook Central Park, the Hudson River and Columbus Circle.
The Carlyle, a Rosewood Hotel
Reputedly named for British essayist Thomas Carlyle, the 35-story hotel, designed by the architectural firm of Bien & Prince, was completed in 1930. A newspaper account of the time described the design as a “diversified setback style,” which provides private terraces for some guest rooms and suites. Despite the much-altered Manhattan skyline during the past 75 years, The Carlyle continues to dominate the Upper East Side over which it presides.
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