NYC Hotels Upping the Ante for Tourist Experience

With on upsurge of stunning hotel accommodations throughout Manhattan visitors have the opportunity to get a taste of what it would be like to own a highly desirable piece of Fifth Avenue Real Estate for Sale in the Big Apple. Stunning design, unique amenities and luxurious accommodations are making the draw to visit NYC even more enticing to Manhattan tourists.

Baccarat

The Baccarat Hotel and Residences combines luxury Manhattan living with all the amenities of an upscale hotel. The hotel offers stunning design, impeccable amenities, a five star bar and restaurant and of course sophisticated accommodations. The hotel offers 113 rooms as well as 132,000 square feet of residential units. Iconic Baccarat glass details are found throughout with textured glass wall art and stunning lighting. It is located across the street from MOMA and within walking distance of the finest restaurants and shopping.

Dream Hotels
Dream has one of the most unique lobbies boasting a floor to ceiling “pillar” aquarium complete with coral and tropical fish and an eclectic assortment of bars and restaurants each with its own unique design. It is like a visit to an eccentric aunt’s home with new discoveries at every turn. Rooms are comfortable and the unique shape of the building offers interesting configurations with bay windows overlooking West 55th.

Ameritania
In contrast the Ameritania is like a step into a cartoon world where luxury is still prominent but color is the main influence. Bright reds and oranges are contrasted with zebra and giraffe patterned upholstery and chocolate browns and grays help keep things from being too over the top. Rooms are toned down with a focus on texture and more masculine details in black leather and hounds tooth. Twist Lounge offers the “Best Martini in Manhattan” according to CitySearch Magazine.

Westhouse
Westhouse is a trip back in time with distinctly masculine design details in rich woods, simplistic upholstery and sophisticated photos in black frames. Despite its initial imposing appearance you find a sense of whimsy with a wall of backlit antique keys behind the reception desk. The Den combines modern lines with a “smoking room” feel reminiscent of libraries and dens of the 40’s. Rooms are well appointed and although the dark woods continue the theme in private accommodations, white walls keep things open and luxurious. The level of service at Westhouse is designed to exceed expectations and includes an unrivalled amenities fee of just $30 USD that offers guests wine and beer throughout the day, a free breakfast, a wine and cheese platter complete with trendy charcuterie, free snacks and fresh pressed coffee.

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