6 Trendy Hotels (New York)
Gramercy Park Hotel, 2 Lexington Avenue, NY 10010, New York
The Gramercy Park Hotel has a custom-designed, handcrafted furnishings and rotating collection of 20th century Artwork, including masterpieces from Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat.What is best to do is catching a cocktail under the soaring ceilings of the great Rose Bar that is nestled on the rooftop terrace and admiring the stunning views over the city and Gramercy Park.
The swimming pool on the Gansvoort Hotel‘s rooftop illuminated with subtle, changeable colored lighting is unbeatable, even though you can’t see the river. This ultra-trendy hotel draws in a young, hip crowd – it can be a bit loud so it is best to request a room on the quiet side of the hotel. The rooftop bar is a must visit for drinks, people watching & incredible views.
The Standard High Line is a fancy-ish hotel that hovers gracefully above the High Line, an old elevated train line now converted into “park on stilts” and offers spectacular panoramic views overlooking the Hudson River and Manhattan’s skyline. On top of that, the hotel hosts two of the city’s trendiest nightlife spots: the Boom Boom Room and Le Bain which are both situated at the top floor, making it the new heart and soul of the fashion, art, and media worlds.
Overlooking the Hudson and West Village, the Jane Hotel has a cosy and warm appearance thanks to the red-brick facade and the rooms are all inspired by luxury train cabins. The whole place is decorated with a Bohemian touch and the bar has a classically antiquated and elegant lounge style. The high ceilings, monumental architecture including a giant fireplace, and decor choices, make you feel as in the living room of a mansion centuries ago.
Perfectly located in the epicenter of the hip and historic Lower East Side, Hotel on Rivington has a urban vibe through its modern baroque-style design and breathtaking lower Manhattan views on the rooftop. It is also one of the best area’s nightlife hot spots as the place features cutting edge DJ’s and late night libations on select nights.
Situated on a quiet cobbled street in the heart of New York’s vibrant SoHo neighbourhood, the Crosby Street Hotel offers an interior design that reflects a contemporary style. The private Crosby Bar, with beautiful gray oak floors, a long pewter bar, and broad windows facing a lush leafy courtyard garden brings a touch of nature and freshness.