Each of these New York City hotels offers new amenities and experiences unlike any other.
The decor at Ace Hotel Brooklyn is fun and inviting.
In late spring, Ace Hotel opens a new location in Brooklyn. With 287 rooms, the purposeful design of the hotel reflects its ever-changing surroundings. The hotel offers a spacious interior, an eclectic space, floor-to-ceiling windows and original artwork by New York artists. In collaboration with longtime design partners Roman and Williams and Atelier Ace, the hotel is an ode to its surrounds. From the industrial backbone of the shipyards to the artful tree-lined streets, Ace Hotel Brooklyn features an indoor garden and abundant indoor and outdoor workspaces that provide a welcoming place for its guests and neighbors to enjoy, together or alone.
Ace Hotel Brooklyn is the third design collaboration between Atelier Ace and Roman and Williams.
With 34 locations internationally, it’s no surprise that Aman is joining the ranks of luxury hotels in New York City. Located in The Crown Building on 57th Street and Fifth Avenue, this 26-story hotel features towering views of Central Park and the skyline. Opening this spring, the hotel will welcome new guests and Aman club members, who can revel in the three-story spa, as well as the indoor swimming pool with daybeds and fire pits. The Jazz Bar and Wine Library are only the beginning of the Aman hotel’s socially vibrant, lavish atmosphere.
The palatial entrance of the Aman
Starting this month, guests will be able to get away from city life to a luxury retreat in Bethel, N.Y. The Chatwal Lodge is a 60-acre property located within the 2,500-acre Chapin Estate, a gated residential community. It will feature grand pine wood detailing sourced directly from the surrounding landscape, in addition to 10 suites with private patios overlooking the Toronto Reservoir Lake, a large treehouse that rises 25 feet and an 850-square-foot glam tent. The all-suite accommodations are accompanied by farm-to-table-style dining by a surprise renowned chef, as well as an exotic spa experience offering ayurvedic wellness services derived from alternative Indian medicine. Whether you’re looking to relax by stone fireplaces, kayak on the lake or take private music classes, The Chatwal Lodge has it all. From $1,200 per night
A luxurious bathroom at Aman New York
Open early this year, the brand-new 250 Fifth Avenue is located in the heart of Nomad. Between the reconstructed 115-year-old bank and the newly constructed 230-foot-tall conjoining building, the 24-story hotel will feature more than 280 hotel rooms, as well as an extra 24 rooms, which are being dubbed the Mansion. On property find two outdoor rooftop bars, an array of restaurant options spanning multiple floors and a wine cellar made from a converted bank vault. There will also be a 5,000-squarefoot ballroom with high ceilings and a connecting outdoor terrace for optimal entertaining space.
Vibrant decor inside the Four Seasons Empire Suite
The former Royal Suite at the Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown has been renovated by acclaimed British designer Tara Bernerd and renamed the Empire Suite, now open for reservations. A stay includes an array of experiences—from private helicopter transportation from the three major surrounding airports and daily breakfasts to silk pajamas and personal spa treatments in-room or in-spa. On the 24th floor, 2,400 square feet of accommodations include panoramic views, multiroom living spaces and adaptability for various guest setups decorated with wood paneling, silk walls and warm marble to create an alluring atmosphere. Alongside the Empire Suite, the Four Seasons debuts Club 27, an exclusive membership-only health and wellness club. With the indoor heated pool, updated fitness center and spa rooms, memberships provide a high-end, all-inclusive wellness program. Empire Suite $25,000 per night, Club 27 membership $9,500 for 12 months
Thoughtful design was executed inside the Empire Suite
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