Sleek, sophisticated and sexy: Viceroy New York has all the makings to delight couples searching for a romantic hideout, entertain a group of bachelors or accommodate a company traveling for a business trip. The second you step inside the midcentury-inspired lobby, adorned with elegant Paonazzo marble, sleek, camel-colored leather seating and shiny, brass-topped cocktail tables, it’s apparent you’re about to embark upon an evening of luxury.
The cozy guestrooms, boasting custom iroko-wood cabinets encompassing the bed, offer plenty of storage without sacrificing space. Housed inside a tambour door, you’ll find an Illy espresso maker and mini bar. In case you’re in the mood to unwind by listening to some tunes, there’s a Beats by Dr. Dre Beatbox Portable sound system on the nightstand for use.
The hotel’s gym—located on the basement level of the built-from-scratch skyscraper—is modest, but offers all the necessary Kinesis and yoga equipment, as well as cardio machines (treadmill and elliptical) necessary to get a decent workout. But be warned: The second you collapse on the heavenly-soft king-size bed inside a deluxe guestroom, your previous plan to wake up early for a morning sweat-sesh will be doomed. (Your intentions are good; The Viceroy’s beds are just better.) However, you will be grateful for the aforementioned fitness center after indulging in a decadent meal offered at the hotel’s eatery, Kingside. (FYI: The restaurant’s aesthetic is 1950s diner meets 1920s art-deco s