New York’s Best Hotels for Staycation & Fashion Week

New York’s Best Hotels for Staycation & Fashion Week

Whether you’re in need of an end of Summer staycation or somewhere to stay during fashion week, these are the city’s most stylish hotels in lower Manhattan !

{ The High Line Hotel }  Once serving as a 17th Century apple orchard and cathedral in Chelsea neighborhood, this mid-1800’s masterpiece and historic landmark of architect Charles Haight is one of the first hotels to institute counter-less, paperless, tablet check-ins. While maintaining the building’s gothic characteristics and upholding its modern aspirations, each room is furnished with locally sourced, one-of-a-kind pieces from New York State and around the US. Each room allows every guest the same experience with views of High Line Park or the private enclosed garden. Need more? ” ‘Twas The Night Before Christmas ” was penned here.


{ Soho House }  Soho has many exquisite features to offer its guests, whether it be for food and drink, entertainment, or work, they have you covered. In search of the perfect space for a meeting, work, or eating and drinking? The Drawing Room provides an inviting atmosphere with cozy sofas, armchairs, tables and chairs. Pull up a seat in a vintage barstool or booth at Club Bar, or settle in by the fireplace. Get away for a few in the Screening Room, a 44-seat cinema featuring new releases, classics and children’s movies. Take it one step further to the Rooftop with views of downtown Manhattan and the Hudson River. With a heated swimming pool and food and drink served to you it’s the perfect way to close out Summer in style. Need more? The Pantry Bar has a cheese and meat counter and self-service candy bar.


{ Mandarin Oriental }  Known for its style and sophistication and breathtaking views of Central Park, the Manhattan skyline and Hudson River. Experience Mandarin’s elegance in any of its acclaimed dining outlets, the award-winning spa and wellness center, which offers programs and treatments that focus on holistic rejuvenation, or from the comfort of the guestrooms and suites. Mandarin also offers tempting packages to make your stay especially glamorous. Into fitness? You can utilize the state-of-the-art fitness facility and take a private yoga class. Need more?  They have complimentary wi-fi!


{ The Standard }  Positioned in the heart of Manhattan’s Meatpacking District, The Standard sits at the edge of the Hudson River with a gorgeous view of the Manhattan skyline. Summer brings about menus full of fresh, local ingredients. For these beautiful palate pleasers head over to The Standard Grill for their new American cuisine and The Standard Plaza for their gelatos and sorbets. Head up to the rooftop in the Summer air for panoramic views of the city and German fare and a game of ping pong at Biergarten, or crêpes on the “grass” covered rooftop at Le Bain. For admirers of art, large-art installations can also be viewed at The Plaza. Need more? Guests can rent a complimentary bike to cruise the city.


{ The NoMad Hotel }  Located in the heart of the historic NoMad neighborhood, this hotel is conveniently located to Chelsea, Flatiron, Gramercy Park, and Midtown. The 168 rooms of this fully restored Beaux-Arts building resemble that of a pied à terre with interiors by French designer Jacques Garcia. Each room holds hand-selected, custom-designed furnishings and original artwork. Each room and suite features views overlooking the atrium or New York City. A series of rooms of NoMad Dining line a glass-enclosed atrium, including The Parlour, The NoMad Bar, and The Elephant Bar. Venture over to the two-level library to relax and enjoy small plates and finger foods with the beverage of your choice. An extensive collection of literature is also available here. Need more?  The Library is exclusively available to NoMad guests after 4pm.


Claudia Saez-Fromm

An entrepreneur, innovator, and singularly successful real estate salesperson, fitness fiend, foodie, mommy, and fashion fan.

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