The Mark’s residence, as it has always been, is in the gorgeous, 1927 milestone building at the corner of 77th Street and Madison Avenue in New York City. But within, The Mark has been wholly re-envisioned, and granted fresh life and individuality for the 21st century.
Recently re-born, The Mark mixes traditional comfort, modern design, fresh and exciting technologies and an unparalleled level of personal service to create this premium five-star hotel of the 21st-century. Drawing on the knowledge of an astonishing group of talents, leading among them the designer Jacques Grange and the hotel’s general manager Olivier Lordonnois, The Mark Hotel is now a guiding light of high French style and contemporary American technology and luxury.
The guest rooms and suites are clandestine refuges of calm, unfussy luxury, flawlessly incorporating the newest personal technologies into Grange’s amazingly tranquil décor and furnishings.
Each suite and guest room at The Mark is a sumptuous, tranquil refuge. As in the great public spaces, the hotel’s designer Jacques Grange applied his same daring vision and exacting eye for detail, but in a quieter, more personal key. The furnishings have all been individually planned or chosen by Mr. Grange, in light relaxing tones that induce the pinnacle of Parisian luxury in the 1930s. State-of-the-art baths, enclosed in black and white marble and nickel fittings, are a modern update of Grand Hotel sophistication. Beds custom-made for The Mark are dressed in premium Italian linens.
The Mark Restaurant by Jean-Georges, features a masterful design by Jacques Grange and a ground-breaking menu particularly crafted by Manhattan’s pre-eminent chef, the award-winning Jean-Georges Vongerichten.
Positioned on one of the Upper East Side’s finest blocks, surrounded by New York’s leading museums, shops and restaurants, and the magnificence of Central Park, The Mark not only surrounds you in magnificence and fashion, it places you at the epicenter of Manhattan’s societal and enlightening riches.