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The 10 most romantic hotels in New York
New York's roads, gardens and emblems have been romanticised in novels, films and songs, so it makes good reason that its hotels have a similarly idealised state. In order to help you organize the ideal date, we have put together 10 of Manhattan's most romantic hotels. Though it doesn't have the heritage of popular music of some other hotels on this shortlist, the Nomadis are as romantic as they come.
In 1903, Beaux Arts Juwel, based on the Paris home where Jacques Garcia was raised, is a fluffy retro with free-standing footstools, ancient carpets of Persia and headboard elements that compliment the 168 rooms' elegantly decorated tables in each one. There is a point in making an acting artist Robert DeNiro's house feel like a lively film sets.
Situated on a paved Tribeca road, one of New York's most scenic districts, The Greenwich blends mid-century style designs with mid-century furniture from around the globe, among them eastern carpets and tile from Morocco in the 88 custom designed rooms and marbled lounge-loungers.
The cosy fire place in the elegant salon is the perfect setting for a tête-à-tête, although the lovely patio, roof swimming pools and spas are worth a visit. Few hotels can match the romantic celebrity powers of The Plaza - ask anyone who's seen The Way We Were.
The Beaux Arts emblem on the corners of Central Park South and Fifth Avenue is the New York city' s definitive New York adventure with 24 carat gilded taps, trendy furniture and 282 contemporary rooms with candelabras. The 1925 icon was already renovated in 2006 by Ian Schrager and Julian Schnabel, and since then the Gramercy Park Hotel has become a magnet for classy couple with sophisticated views of lush velvety and Dutch still lifes in the 185 rooms, while works of art by Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat decorate the chessboard base wall of the cloakroom.
The Rose Bar, with its impressive chimney and jewel-colored wall, is the setting for candlelight conversation, but the main attraction for visitors is a door to the Gramercy Park residential area, just a few minutes away. Situated in an 11-story sandstone, the 86 rooms at Crosby Street Hotel are decorated in 86 individual designs, playfully yet elegantly, with padded heads and brightly coloured padded ceilings, all illuminated by the bright sunshine that shines through the works sills.
The Marlton in Greenwich Village is recommended for an intimate city centre resort that is more like a friend's home. Hospitableness begins in a roasted wooden lounges with wooden and wooden sofabeds, as well as side table made of Marmor and bras. The Beekman is the financial district's most exciting reopening after a $500 million refurbishment that transformed Edgar Allen Poe's former offices and haunted pen chant into a 287-room hospital.
A lot of it has to do with the often staged Victory Hall and skylights in the centre of the building, as well as with the unconventional rooms of the Martin Brudnizki architectural practice (think of dogs' lights, leathers' heads, individual cupboards and contemporary art) and open rooms. The Pierre New York is glamorous with its historic Fifth Avenue on Central Park and envious clients (from the Hollywood élite to international celebrities like Prince Philip).
The $100 million restoration of the historical 30s estate has brought back the urban space to life thanks to the work of Alexandra Champalimaud, while 189 rooms retain their impressive size, from nail-headed panelling on the heads to Turkey's wonderful bathrooms in marmorello. The lavishly figured fabric is the breath of new owner, the Taj Hotelgroun.
You can order the freshly peeled Oyster at the bottom of the Two Electric Bars or rent the hotel's Jaguar for a Manhattan sundown. When the High Line Hotell looks like a place where the leading actors hide from curious glances in a gothic-dramatic play for impermissible situations, it's because the 18th century interior of the 18th -century red bricks seminar is a very special place.
This 60-room store disproves its trendy Chelsea district with a carefully researched antique collections, from Tiffany lights reflecting her paintings on glasses to eastern carpets and vintage-inspired wallpaper. The Intelligentsia can be enjoyed in your room or on one of the velvety sofas in the foyer or even better, under the natural light bulbs in the Parisian patio of the city.