Boutique Fashion Hotel in New York City

April 22, 2011 by

Many hotels call the city that never sleeps their home. The newest boutique fashion hotel, Hilton New York Fashion District, adds its flare to fashion avenue.
This hotel offers dramatic design, commendable service and four-star amenities in the heart of the world’s fashion capital. Located on West 26th Street in one of Manhattan’s most extraordinary neighborhoods, Hilton New York Fashion District is steps away from the Fashion Institute of Technology, The Empire State Building, Herald Square and the notorious Macy’s flagship.
Hilton New York Fashion District boasts 280 custom-made guestrooms. The gleaming glass and brick tower of the hotel is set back from the hustle and bustle of the city streets below. This boutique hotel charms guests with public and private spaces by the renowned Glen Coben, decorated after the great fashion center of New York City, complete with contemporary touches and advanced amenities to fit every guest’s need.

The guests of Hilton New York Fashion District experience an individual sense of arrival as the off-street driveway permits them to unhurriedly approach their new quarters. A doorman guides guests into the lobby embroidered by artwork and photography highlighting the history of the garment industry. Fabrics, furnishings and a soft color palette calm and draw the senses., Reminiscent of a fashion studio’s cutting room table, the Front Desk is partnered with floor patterns resembling the “weaves” of yesterday’s conventional garments. This is where all the guests’ stay begins.

Melodiously crafted guestrooms at Hilton New York Fashion District Hotel continue designer Glen Coben’s muse of journeys taken. The hotel design strives to give each guest a sense of calm away from the bustling streets of New York City. Delicate pinstripes pay homage to iconic American designers, while symbiotic patterns and colors are highlighted on wallpapered accent walls.

The guest is invited to relax your mind and body on plush bedding and enjoy the self-indulgence of signature pillow-top mattresses while you listen to music on the i-Home Docking Station If your trip is more business than pleasure, take pleasure in the spacious in-room desk while you connect with wired and wireless internet. Room features and amenities include: Frette Towels and Bedding, Keurig Coffee Maker, iHome Clock-Radio Docking Station, safe large enough to fit a laptop, overnight shoeshine, 37-Inch LG flatscreen TV, cordless telephone, free New York Times or USA Today daily and 24 hour room service.

Rare Bar & Grill is an accolade to the great American hamburger, but it is anything but a burger joint. The most fresh and very best ingredients have been selected to make over dull into a masterpiece of flavor. Mouth-watering Kobe Burgers topped with Artisanal Cheeses, or a T-bone, a classic Ribeye, or the traditional New York Strip are a carnivores dream. Hearty salads, a plethora of attention-grabbing sides like the Frickle and plenty of delectable desserts complete the menu at Rare.

The eye-catching decoration further shows that this is no ordinary experience, with a grand, curving staircase, bold colors and deep wood accents continuing Hilton New York Fashion District Hotel’s lobby design.
The Hilton New York Fashion District hotel’s mission statement includes: “We sought to create a sense of place that evokes a simple, uncluttered spirit. A spirit of place not typically found in hotels, a place that soothes and calms and gives the visitors a place to temporarily call home during their travels.”

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  1. John Kim says:

    that’s a nice hotel, but it must be super expensive.

  2. “Thanks for this brilliant article. I am delighted after reading this. Thank you”

  3. i agree it looks fantastic it must be expensive

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