The best event of High-End Furniture in New York is coming, an event with over 900 exhibitors from across the globe showcase the newest frontier of what’s best and what’s next for luxury interior design to more than 38,000 attendees in the design industry ready to amaze you and if you are looking for a hotel to stay during ICFF 2019 we have some recommendations for you, let’s have a look.
Known to his exclusivity and excellence the Four Seasons Hotel is located in one of the most exclusive spots in the city: near Central Park, between Park Avenue and Madison Avenue. The hotel is palatial but despite this, the yellow glow from lantern-style wall fittings and a constant hum of conversation rising from the Ty bar and Garden restaurant, help retain a degree of intimacy.
Potted plants tucked into corners and the crimson backlight from the bar add an attractive combination of vitality and glamour to the hotel itself.
In addition to the Ty Bar and Garden Restaurant, the hotel has a luxurious basement spa, El Rafael, which specializes in facials, nails, and hair. In addition to nine treatment rooms, hotel guests are invited to use the steam room and sauna, as well as the whirlpool tub, free of charge. I could fill the article with all the aspects and details of this hotel but I would rather you go and have the unique experience.
PARK HYATT HOTEL
This hotel is located in One57, one of the city’s tallest and most famous residences. Customer service, quiet and peaceful rooms, a sumptuous spa and modern but feel-good interior spaces fashion this Hyatt flagship as one of New York’s references among luxury. The hotel exists on floors 3 through 30, with One57 condos on the higher levels.
Enter to a modish lobby that transitions to the third-floor reception where suited staff await your arrival. Anticipate minimalist but inviting spaces with lots and lots of natural stone and Avant-Garde floral designs.
Recognize the energy of Manhattan through the floor-to-ceiling windows and the city lights that lie beyond. While the area surrounding Park Hyatt is far from quiet, inside, you’ll slip into calmness and discover more than 350 pieces of museum-quality art.
This hotel is really a world of design, art, modern, allied to luxury three aspects combined that gives you New York’s, Park Hyatt Hotel.
For better or worse, The Knickerbocker sits in the midst of the action, adjacent to Times Square. This busy location is convenient for experiencing center city offerings as well as accessing most other areas of the city. You’ll be close to Broadway and Bryant Park, and also able to walk to Rockefeller Center, Radio City, Music Hall, and St. Patrick’s Cathedral in 15 minutes or less. The metro is really near the building namely at 42nd Street and you can reach Central Park in about five minutes, or travel anywhere in the city on one of the station’s dozen subway lines.
The modern interiors exude a quiet calm, the polar opposite of what lies outside the hotel’s doors. Perks include a state-of-the-art fitness center and a sleek restaurant from celeb chef Charlie Palmer
Charlie Palmer’s The Knick is an elegant haven and like the hotel, far removed from the hoopla below. Jake’s The Knick coffee shop is adjacent to the lobby, and an excellent spot for a grab-and-go muffin. For the view, head upstairs to the rooftop bar. St. Cloud delivers small plates as well as ceviche and raw bar specialties alongside contemporary cocktails. It is a hotel that turns out to be a surprise because even though it does not have such greatness in terms of structure as the others, it can not allude to design and modernism outwardly, it can allude inwardly and still captivate the person with other senses and characteristics that Knickerbocker has.
Positioned near on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, between Park and Madison Avenues, The Lowell is a peaceful oasis just one block from the edge of Central Park, close to both the Zoo and The Pond. Lexington Avenue subway station is also four blocks south, where Express trains connect to Grand Central Station in just one stop. The Metropolitan Museum of Art is a 30-minute walk north, along the edge of the park.
From the marble-floored foyer, with its smart, navy-clad staff and abundance of fresh flowers, to the lounge-style Club Room, filled with art, sculptures, and books, there’s a restrained, old-world glamour to The Lowell, more reminiscent of Paris than New York.
With 74 rooms, each one differently sized, shaped and decorated although all have hardwood floors, fresh flowers, a desk, an armchair and a bathroom with a deep tub and a flatscreen television above it, as well as walk-in showers. The Howell hotel is a really luxurious but different hotel with lots of Parisian vibes that will accommodate your presence during your stay.
THE GRAMERCY PARK
Across the street from Gramercy Park, an oasis in the middle of Manhattan and the hotel has its own private park. You’ll be surrounded by some of the city’s finest restaurants and Madison Square Park a little park in the middle of Manhattan, really good if you want to go for a little “green” walk.
This stylish bohemian hotel attracts the rich, beautiful and famous. Painter and filmmaker Julian Schnabel worked his magic in this 100-year-old structure, dressing the interiors with velvet, tassels, and a parade of conversation pieces. Rich jewel tones of garnet, emerald, amethyst and sapphire anchor the color palette.
The top floor which leads out to the roof deck holds a dramatic ceiling fixture consisting of 4,400 light bulbs, along with a gallery of modern art.
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