New York City
Ace Hotel New York
"The cool kids' hotel," remarks Elle in the attached review. Trendy boutique hotel in a funky Midtown Manhattan location, sister to the Ace Hotels in Seattle and Portland. W Magazine writes, "The Ace New York riffs on a rock star's pad, with deskside turntables, old records.... [good value rooms have fewer details]. The lobby is outfitted with vintage furniture and inherited its coffered ceiling and mosaic floor from the spot's former occupant, the Hotel Breslin." In April 2009, Vogue featured the Ace Hotel's restaurant, the Breslin, with an old-tavern style ambience. Rooms from $179. A Tatler hotel pick for Manhattan. "Geeky cool." "Step to the left and queue for a table at the Breslin (minted lamb burgers) or to the right at the John Dory's Oyster Bar." [Tatler, March 2013] Learn more about the Ace Hotels in the attached W Magazine and Elle articles.
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