It’s settled you are going to Architectural Digest Design Show 2017, but where to stay? Other than the amazing luxury hotels you already know, such as The Baccarat or the Trump International Hotel & Tower, today we bring you best boutique hotels to stay in during Architectural Digest Design Show 2017. We know you are a design lover, so check out these amazing hotel interior design!
See also: AD Design Show 2017: YOUR ULTIMATE GUIDE
Crosby Street Hotel
In the heart of happening SoHo, but on a quiet cobblestone street, the glass façade and electric blue light of the Crosby promises a flashy boutique hotel, but inside it’s all understated elegance: dark wood, dark floors, subtle tones of gray, mauve, red and white, and numerous art pieces. Its 86 rooms all have floor-to-ceiling windows (get a Meadow Suite with a private terrace garden) and the spacious ground-floor Crosby Bar and Terrace does signature cocktails and burgers at night.
This hip 70-room hotel housed in a converted 1901 factory building on the Williamsburg, Brooklyn waterfront has great views of Manhattan from the upper floors. The style is industrial meets contemporary: solid original brickwork spruced up with an addition of a three-storey glass and aluminum structure, to the original rooftop and loft-size guest rooms with timber ceilings and over-sized windows. Many have floor-to-ceiling views of the Manhattan skyline and East River. Farm-to-table ground-floor restaurant Reynard is a hit, but don’t miss cocktails at sunset at sixth-floor bar and terrace, Ides.
Soho Grand Hotel
The 185 guest rooms and suites show off Schnabel’s quirky sense of taste, with leather desks, velvet curtains, mahogany drinking cabinets and marble vanities in the bathrooms. Some are small (at 200 square feet) but all come with amenities you’ll want to stuff in your suitcase, from the likes of Le Labo and Aesop.
French designer Jacques Garcia gives a bohemian-chic makeover to a 12-storey turn-of-the-century Beaux Arts building in the Flatiron District. The 168 sumptuous rooms, two swanky bars and a restaurant overseen by superstar chef Daniel Humm of Eleven Madison Park fame, make it one of the hottest hotels in town. Inspired by the Paris apartment he lived in as a child, Jacques Garcia’s interiors combine European elegance – white walls, soaring ceilings, tiled floors – with funky, decadent touches such as tapestry-covered antique furniture, worn and faded Persian rugs, a 200-year-old fireplace, an antique staircase, and a glass atrium-like structure on the ground floor that houses the restaurant.
The Library Hotel concept is inspired by the Dewey Decimal system. Each of the 10 guestroom floors honors one of the 10 categories of the Dewey Decimal System and each of the 60 rooms are uniquely adorned with a collection of books and art exploring a distinctive topic within the category it belongs to. Guests are invited to unwind from their urban adventures by enjoying the quiet exploration of over 6,000 books.