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The Tuscany

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Photograph: Eddie Chiu
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Photograph: Eddie Chiu
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Opened in 1928 as a residential hotel, the Tuscany is located on a leafy street little more than three blocks from Grand Central Terminal. The Romanesque-inspired property was recently overhauled by its new owners, the London-based St Giles Hotel Group. The house style merges clean, contemporary lines with traditional luxury, incorporating subtle nods to the building’s Italian theme: a stone-studded entryway, Travertine floors, leather armchairs and decorative Fortuny lighting. The high-ceilinged guest quarters, which start at a roomy 400 square feet, are done up with oak paneling, padded velvet headboards and a modern riff on damask carpets. Some of the subway-tiled bathrooms, stocked with posh Molton Brown products, have deep Japanese-style tubs for a pampering soak. Rooms: 124.
Venue name: The Tuscany
Contact:
Address: 120 E 39th St
New York
10016
Cross street: between Park and Lexington Aves
Transport: Subway: 42nd St S, 4, 5, 6, 7 to 42nd St–Grand Central
Price: $295–$695. AmEx, DC, Disc, MC, V
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