Concierge.com's insider take:
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 as an apartment building in the 1920s, the hotel maintains its residential feel with suites laid out and individually decorated as apartments would beincluding several with wood-burning fireplaces and terraces. Four specialty suites have individual themes: In warm weather, go for the Garden Suite, which has two terraces, one with a flower garden and a fountain; in colder months, the blue and gold Manhattan Suite, with two sitting rooms, is both cozy and grand.
From the readers of Condé Nast Traveler:
2011 Gold List
Overall Score: 88.1
- Design: 82.8
- Food: 81.5
- Location: 100.0
- Rooms: 86.2
- Service: 89.7
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