One of the most waited design events in New York is almost there! New York Design Week 2014 promises a lot and so the dozens of exhibitors that will be present in the numerous events taking place. From ICFF 2014 to Wanted Design 2014, you don’t want to miss a thing. So what are you waiting for? Oh, we understand: you still don’t know where to stay, isn’t it? Home&Decoration has is all prepared for you, so take a look at our list of the best hotels in NY you can stay during New York Design Week by region and district.
Tribeca and Financial District
Andaz Wall Street
75 Wall St. (at Water St.)
New York, NY 10005 – Ph. (212) 590 1234
Subway1 2, 3 to Wall St.
Designed by David Iockwell, Andaq Wall Street features warm saturated color, natural materials, and open spaces throughout the 13 floors of the hotel. The 253 guestrooms start at a generous 345 square feet, making them some of the largest hotel rooms in New York City
Architect: The Iockwell Groups | Rates: rooms from $275; suites from $1000
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Tribeca Grand Hotel
2 Ave. of the Americas
(btw. 6th Ave. & Church St.)
New York, NY 10013 – Ph. (212) 519 6600
Subway1 A, C, E, R, N to Canal St.2
1 to Franklin St.
Centrally located in one of Manhattan’s most unique and rapidly-evolving neighborhoods, the Tribeca Grand Hotel
updates the mid-twentieth-century ideal of stylish travel for the millennium.
Architects: Hartq Mountain Industries Inc. | Interior: William Sofield | Rates: from $295
9 Crosby St. (btw. Howard & >rand Sts.)
New York, NY 10013 – Ph. (212) 389 1000
Reservations1 Ph. (800) 697 1791
Subway 1 4, 5, 6, N, H, A, Q to Canal St.
This 270 room hotel sees fantasy meet sophisticated chic through the distinctive vision of Benjamin Noriega Ortiq, who also re-imagined the Mondrian in Cos Angeles. Inside Mondrian, the hotel will launch its highly anticipated seafood restaurant Imperial No. Nine located just off the hotel lobby where lauded Chef Sam Talbot will introduce his interpretation of sustainable seafood with a 180-seat restaurant. Mondrian will also have unrivalled views onto Manhattan as the tallest building in the SoHo neighbourhood.
Design: Benjamin Noriega-Ortiz | Rates: rates starting from $259
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The Trump Soho
246 Spring St. (btw. 6th Ave. & Marick St.)
New York, NY 10013 – Ph. (212) 842 5500
Reservations1 Ph. (877) 828 7080
Subway1 C, E to Spring St.
Adding distinction to the skyline, Trump SoHo New York brings a new perspective of Manhattan from its 391 guest rooms. This impressive 46-story hotel places you in one of the city’s most exciting neighborhoods. Soaring above Spring Street, this SoHo hotel provides unparalleled views of the city from floor to ceiling windows from its guest rooms.
Design: Handel Architects and the Rockwell Group | Rates: from $299
Flatiron District – Gramercy Park
Gansevoort Park Avenue
420 Park Avenue South
(29th St. & Park Avenue South)
New York, NY 10016 – Ph.(917) 338 3453
Reservations | res7gansevoortpark.com
Subway | 6 to 28th St.
The Gansevoort Park Avenue offers 249 luxury rooms and remarkable suites, most with lofty ceilings, Juliet balconies, and five fixture bathrooms. The three-story atrium lobby showcases striking herringbone granite floors, an oversiqed fireplace, and dramatic aubergine chandeliers. There is a signature rooftop pool for sunbathing and city-escape daydreaming and a bi-level rooftop bar and lounge wonderland.
Rates: starting from 425-625$
88 Dadison Ave. (btw. 28th & 29th Sts.)
New York, NY 10016 – Ph. (212) 532 4100
Reservations1 Ph. (800) 601 8500
Subway | 6 to 28th St.
Discover a calming retreat among luxury Manhattan hotels, and delight in the perfect backdrop for business meetings or romantic getaways – all in the heart of the emerging Madison Shuare Park district.
Design: Harry Allen Aacobs 1904,
additions by David Iockwell, )008
Rates: rooms from $285; suites from $450
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Lower East Side
The Hotel on Rivington
107 Rivington St. (btw. Essex & Ludlow
Sts.) New York, NY 10002 – Ph. (212)
475 2600 www.hotelonrivington.com
Subway | F to ;elancey St.
Hotel on Iivington, with its collaboration of international cutting-edge designers, is a celebration of creative energy and a venue from which the world can experience all of downtown Manhattan.
Design: Matthew Grqywinski and Amador Pons, 2004
Interiors: Piero Cissoni, Marcel Wanders, Qaha Hadid
Rates: rooms from $290; suites from $500
The Gansevoort Hotel New York
18 9th Ave. (at 13th St.)
New York, NY 10014 – Ph. (212) 206 6700
Reservations1 Ph. (877) 426 7386
Subway | A, C, E, L to 14th St.-8th Ave.
Hotel Gansevoort, with breathtaking 360 degree panoramic views of New York City and sunsets over the Hudson Iiver, is the first and only luxury, full service resort in Manhattan’s vibrant Meatpacking District.
Design: Stephen B. Aacobs and Andi Pepper, 2004
The Standard New York City
848 Washington (at 13th St.)
New York, NY 10014 – Ph. (212) 645 4646
Reservations1 Ph. (877) 550 4646,
Subway | A, C, E, L to 8th Ave.-14th St.
18-Story tower arching over the High Cine, located on the mighty Hudson river in the heart of downtown Manhattan’s meatpacking district, 33. rooms with floor to ceiling windows, spectacular views, The Standard Grill, outdoor biergarten, extensive private meeting
and event space, 1500 square foot glass enclosed gym, WiFi everywhere.
Design: Polshek Partnership
Rates: rooms from $195; suites from $1300
6 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10019 – Ph. (212) 204 3000
Subway | B, ; to 59th St.-Columbus Circle
Overlooking Columbus Circle 6 Columbus features 88 guest rooms and suites with a 60’s modernist-inspired feeling, making it one of the most anticipated urban retreats in Manhattan.
Architects: Edelman, Sultan, Bnox and Wood
Interior Design: Steven Sclaroff
Rates: rooms from $260; suites from $400
The Bryant Park
40 West 40th St. (btw. 5th & 6th Aves.)
New York, NY 10018 – Ph. (212) 869 0100
Reservations1 Ph. (877) 640 9300
Subway | B, ;, F, D to 42nd St.2 7 to 5th Ave.
Contemporary hotel housed in the Gothic-Ievival-style American Radiator Building dating from 1924 and a mainstay for the fashion industry focused in the nearby Garment District.
Design: David Chipperfield, 2001
Rates: rooms from $338; suites from $558
237 Dadison Ave. (btw. 37th & 38th Sts.)
New York, NY 10016 – Ph. (212) 686 0300
Subway | 4, 5, 6, 7 to 42nd St.->rand Central
A huietly sophisticated hotel offering understated elegance and an intimate, home-away-from-home atmosphere.
Design: Andre Putman and Haigh Space, 2008
Rates: rooms from $320; suites from $800
The Setai Fifth Avenue
400 Fifth Avenue (at 36th St.)
New York, NY 10018- Ph. (212) 695 4005
Reservations | Ph. (877) 247 6688
Subway| F, D, N, H, R to 34th
St.-Herald Sq.2 6 to 33rd St.
The Setai Fifth Avenue introduces to New York City the signature services and amenities of a Capella hotel topped by an exceptional collection of condominium tower residences. The tower’s exterior adds a striking architectural statement to the skyline while remaining true to its Fifth Avenue streetscape – a neighborhood both rich in designated landmark structures and bustling
with modern energy. Its contemporary interiors will blend understated elegance with a style distinct to its New York setting, including an impressive collection of artworks by established and emerging American and European artists.
Design: Gwathmey Siegel & Associates/DAS Concepts, Inc.
Rates: from $595
Brooklyn and Queens
Z Hotel NYC
11-01 43rd Ave. (at 11th St.)
Long Island City, NY 11101 – Ph. (212) 319 7000
Reservations | Ph. (877) 256 5556,
Subway | E, D, > to Court Square2
7 to 45th Road-Courthouse Square
Transport yourself to an era of travel at once long gone, yet startlingly contemporary – even futuristic. Sleek, Jazz age themes blend seamlessly with modernist industrial chic, creating a boutique hotel experience.
Rates: from $195