Upon arrival, it's hard to believe this newly opened hotel—and latest dining hotspot—is tucked into one of New York's emerging neighborhoods. Along with well curated, apartment-like rooms based on the childhood dwellings of the hotel's designer, the Euro-bohemian feel is carried throughout the property, from the elaborate all-upholstered lobby desk and parlor lined with rich, pomegranate-hued carpet and armchairs, to the bar with an impressive 24-foot-long mahogany top, and the clubby duplex library lounge with a spiral staircase. Add to that the buzzy atrium restaurant, which packs in locals for its exhalted New American menu. The place exudes sophistication but still manages to maintain a coziness not found in many city hotels.
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