Formerly a creaky bed-and-breakfast, the Swedish-owned Maidstone 2.0 is a serious contender for most appealingly forward-looking hotel in the Hamptons....more
Every last architectural and decorative detailfrom the beams of white pine (harvested from the very acres on which the property sits) to the cast-iron...more
Need further proof of the size of Donald Trump's ego? A couple of years ago, a banner appeared on this hotel taunting guests at the just-opened Mandarin...more
Looking down upon the particularly posh stretch of Madison Avenue, with its crisply dressed passersby and chic little boutiques visible from your perch at The...more
Given the relative architectural anonymity of this 60-story skyscraper just north of the Empire State Building, restraint would seem to be the watchword at the...more
The Plaza emerges from its $400 million renovation with architectural grandeur, decor long on marble and crystal, plenty of references to Eloise, and of course...more
A Beaux Arts masterpiece built in 1905featuring an overlay of Asian style courtesy of its Hong Kongbased parentthe Pen doesn't generally draw...more
This Romanesque Revival building, built in 1890 for tycoon John Jacob Astor and later colonized by artists, instantly became Hollywood Central when André...more
An haute hideaway on Manhattan's Upper East Side since 1927, the venerable Mark reopened last fall with a radical new look, trading in its erstwhile French...more
Clubby and intimateonly 23 rooms and 47 suiteswith the tiniest of lobbies, this is the hotel of choice for VIPs who want to drop out of sight. Built...more
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