Ace Hotel New York

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The funky boutique hotel group’s New York City base is conveniently situated a 10-minute walk from Madison Square Garden, yet set away from the chaos of Penn Station. The renovated 20th century office building in Midtown Manhattan has a historic past that is manifested throughout the Ace’s retro-modern design.  The lobby is a cultural hub, with rows of long wood tables and plush leather couches overflowing with freelancers on their laptops during the day and travelers imbibing on housemade martinis during the evenings. The lobby is swathed in hand-picked art, as are the rooms, which are spacious and outfitted with vintage-inspired furnishings. The hotel’s dining options are inspiring and must tries, especially the April Bloomfield-helmed Breslin Bar and Dining Room. On site is also a popular hipster hangout, Stumptown coffee, which serves up artisanal concoctions and a trendy oyster bar with killer cocktails.  New York’s very own Opening Ceremony also has a post in the hotel, and carries unique designer garb at a high-end price tag.

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Venue name: Ace Hotel New York
Contact:
Address: 20 W 29th St
New York
10012
Cross street: between 5th and 6th Aves
Transport: Subway: N, R to 28th St
Price: $359–$509 double. AmEx, Disc, MC, V
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Tastemaker

Came here on a Friday night with some friends for a drink. The Happy hour is surprisingly good (until 7pm) with $6 glasses of wine. There is ample seating but a lot of people take it up working on laptops so the best place to sit would be the bar or the sofas. I saw a few people with cheese plates and they looked delicious. The ambiance is perfect for a date or catching up with friends. I would absolutely come back here again! (but only during happy hour) 

tastemaker

This unique rock n roll inspired hotel is set in a historic turn of the century building on West 29th Street. Ace Hotel New York is not the hotel for you if you are looking for something ordinary and generic. Everything about this hotel was thoughtfully planned out to make for a very memorable stay. The lobby is the place to see and be seen, as it’s always buzzing with excitement and has many spots to lounge and work or people watch. If you are on a budget or travelling with kids, they have room with bunkbeds which are always super fun!

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One of London’s Ace hotel siblings, the New York venue isalso a delight for millennials on the look for a trendy co-working place, with excellent coffee, plenty of space for laptops and power plugs and last but not least hip food choices. This includes the Ace Hotel home made granola (a special of the New York hub, made after the recipe of the owner’s mom): an array of small bowls with greek yoghurt, tasty nuts, seeds and oats, and delicious sweet toppings, to mix to your heart’s content. Working away in the relaxed and stylish place, you won’t notice the time go by.