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Coming from NYC, take the Amtrak to Rhinecliff Station or the Metro North Hudson line to Poughkeepsie (Rhinecliff is much closer). Coming from NYC, take New York State Thruway I-87, Junction 19. Take a right onto NY-28 W and then take the Rhinecliff Bridge onto US-209 N. Keep on NY-199 E. Turn lefthand onto New York 9G and then lefthand onto Broadway.
From Taconic Parkway North take the NY-199 off-ramp towards Pine Plains/Red Hook. At the crossroads, keep to your lefthand and continue to New York 199 W, turn right onto New York 9G W and then turn lefthand onto Broadway.
Tivoli Hotel: A flight of artists in the Hudson Valley
Brice and Helen Marden have been living in Tivoli (about two hrs to the north of New York City) for 12 years, and when their locals closed their Madalin Hotel restaurants a few years ago, Brice says he "drove so down from this empty, deceased building" that they purchased it.
This is how the renovation of the ten-room Tivoli Hotel began under the vigilant eyes of Mardens and Laura Flam of the New York designer Reunion Goods & Services. This is the second hotel of the Mardens; they also own the Golden Rock Inn, on Nevis. Who' s gonna need this town when you've got all this?
Brice and Helen Marden's Hotel Tivoli
One of the longtime kings of the New York arts scene, Brice and Helen Marden share their times between their urban studio and an estate in the Tivoli countryside in the hinterland of New York. So when Tivoli's much-loved old hotel and dining place, Madalin, became darkness, they rose and purchased it and transformed its Victorian B&B interiors into a luminous, airy, artistic club house for local and creative people.
You will find the corner, the hotel shop and the hotel pub on the groundfloor and the guest rooms on the second fl. Most of the hotel's interiors have been retained. It was planned to fight the darkness with a white-grey background instead of large building projects. Not just any gray:
He blended his own mixture by treating an unknown Benjamin Moore grey with some pure black cadmium-orange-color. He found the old rose Murano lamp suspended from the Skalar near Hudson, New York. A mid-century Sputnik lamp (which was also used by Broice in Skalar) hung above a Jean Prouvé desk and Chair.
Notice the Brice Gray on the frame of the windows. Maroccan glass of teapot at the cafe. He procured the jars and carpets at the hotel during her trips and also at imports from the Chelsea Food Market in Marrakechat, New York.