This stylish hotel with its seamless blend of art deco and industrial chic decor still manages to maintain that cozy casual neighborhood vibe. Tourists mingle with Upper West Side locals who come to enjoy the dimly lit ambience of the hotel’s 1920’s inspired bar, library and piano lounge. Many of the loft-inspired rooms have balconies, and terraces on the 14th and 16th floors offer sweeping views of the Hudson, Central Park, and Midtown that just might render you speechless. You won’t go hungry either with three restaurants to choose from, including the popular Northern Italian trattoria Serafina, and RedFarm- a hip Chinese dim sum spot. For small bites and cocktails, try the lobby bar LOCL with jazz era libations like the decadent “bubbles and pink” made with with Croft Pink Port, Prosecco Champagne, Cointreau and bitters.
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|Cross street:||between Broadway and Amsterdam Ave|
|Transport:||Subway: 1 to 79th St|
|Price:||$189–$599 double. AmEx, DC, Disc, MC, V|
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This hotel has a nice little bar in it with a great atmosphere - a great escape from busy NYC roads. The cocktails are really good, and it's located nice and central on the UWS if you're looking for a place to grab a quick drink or wait for a restaurant reservation to open up locally. The first time I went here, I was waiting for a table at Red Farm, just down the road. I'm glad I did, I'm pretty much a regular there now, it's such a little haven!