08 Nov TEN Exciting New Hotels Opening Soon in NYC
Just opened, the 19-story citizenM Bowery is the tallest modular hotel in the country. Designed by Stephen B. Jacobs Group, the modules were built in Poland, packed and then shipped to New York. According to their website, the hotel will “breathe contemporary style with affordable luxury like no other in downtown.” The hotel boasts 1-minute check-in, free wifi always, 24-hour food and drinks, and no cost for movies in their 300 stylish rooms.
The hotel has 210 guestroom modules and 90 non-modules, for a total of 300 rooms. The hotel also includes a double height lobby and lounge, a rooftop bar with outdoor space and spectacular panoramic skyline views, a bistro-style restaurant and coworking space on the ground level, and a 4,000-square-foot plaza. The property is currently open w, and in the coming weeks, all of the rooms will be open (as per two weeks ago, about 50% of the rooms were available).
Replacing a garage that was formerly home to a Chelsea flea market, developer Lam Generation is building a new Marriott Renaissance, a 450-foot-tall tower encompassing 140,000 square feet. With the help of some unused neighboring development rights, the building will be one of the tallest in the area. Stonehill Taylor (the same firm behind the aforementioned Moxy Hotel) is designing the interior, while architect Nobutaka Ashiharadesigned the exterior.
According to Stonehill Taylor’s site, the interior design was “inspired by the unique history of its locale in Manhattan’s Garment District and Flea Market row” and “plays with anachronisms, intriguing pairings of old and new, bound together by a lush, unexpected garden experience independent of the bustling movements of the city.”
Located on the site of the former Rosenwach Water Tower factory in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. This chic hotel features stylish, industrial-chic rooms with brass and concrete details and is one block from East River State Park, a 6-minute walk from the Bedford Av subway stop and 5 miles from the Brooklyn Bridge. An old brick carriage house is incorporated into the building which features interiors by Ennismore Design Studio. The Hoxton has three bars and restaurants including one with private dining and another that has a rooftop terrace with views across Manhattan.
The 175 guest rooms fall into three categories: Cosy, Cosy with a View, and Roomy. The hotel decorated the rooms with locally made ceramics, books curated by local residents and bespoke linens by Dusen Dusen.