New York has a new hospitality gem. It’s called The Quin Hotel, and it is probably one of the most stylish, refined, exciting hotels in the city. From the superb location to the interior designed by the famous Perkins Eastman firm, The Quin is unmistakably hip. People who have spent the night at the hotel are raving about the service and the staff – “beyond attentive”, “so friendly”, “very pleasant and helpful”, ”doing miracles for the guests” are just some of the words used.
What is it that makes The Quin stand out from a myriad of New York hotels? We’ve mentioned the location. The hotel occupies a historically important building on the corner of 57th Street and 6th Avenue which used to be home to pianist Ignacy Jan Paderewski and artist Georgia O’Keeffe. The hotel’s lobby has a huge photo-wall which rotates contemporary art pieces every ninety days, while some of the floors are adorned by art pieces from Blek le Rat and Wulf Von Treu.
The Quin’s accommodation leaves nothing to be desired. The hotel has beautifully appointed 208 guest rooms and suites, cozy and warm, with comfortable Duxiana beds. Although located at the edge of Central Park, the rooms are quiet and there is no noise from the outside traffic. The suites have a marble shower and bath, a dry bar, a separate living and dining room, and a wrap-around terrace.
We also have to mention the Attaché services provided by the hotel. If you are looking for the latest food & wine, arts & culture, shopping & style, and music & drama picks, just inquire with the hotel’s luxury lifestyle curators.
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