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The Maritime Hotel Review
The Maritime's white-ceramic tower, the former HQ for the National Maritime Union, was the first luxury hotel to be built in the Chelsea gallery district and the property still feels a bit nautical: the small rooms resemble modern ship's cabins, with burnished teak paneling, sea-blue drapes and bed accents, and 5-foot "portholes" that face the Hudson River skyline. La Bottega is a delightful, expansive plaza-level Italian restaurant and bar, great for an outdoor table in nice weather or a late-night bite.
The tall white building with tiny circular windows has become a much-loved Chelsea landmark that manages to make nautical cool, combining at-sea elements with contemporary lines. Deep cobalt blue and stark white linens, teak wood paneling, and Bigelow bath products in the guest rooms, plus beachy outdoor spaces—including a fabulous rooftop bar—create a world away from city shores.
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