New York City will soon be getting four new most stylish hotels. All these hotels have one thing in common. The services of reputed and most sought-after aesthetes in the United States have been hired to design the new hotels.
Media reports recently said that leading global hotel chain Marriott has been making extensive efforts to reinvent itself once again. The world’s most popular brand has hired the services of a renowned New York designer Jeffrey Beers to give the property a completely different look. Marriott’s new property Renaissance Midtown is going to sport a high-low, tech savvy feel and look. Each of the hotel’s 348 chic and sleek rooms are being adorned with interactive art and light installations. Among other creations of Beers include the Fontainebleau Miami Beach and the Plaza Hotel’s Food Hall.
SPACE Copenhagen is also undertaking its first project in the United States with 11 Howard in Soho, downtown NYC. The credit of designing Copenhagen’s popular Noma restaurant also goes to SPACE. The 221 rooms in the hotel are being designed with minimalist-luxe Scandi style. The hotel will also house a hip library, which is being created with custom pieces in leather, wood and stone.
The Beekman is yet another hotel coming up in New York. This new property of Thompson Hotel is scheduled to open this summer. The services of Swedish-born, London-based Martin Brudnizki have been hired for re-designing the Temple Court Building. This 1890 landmark located near City Hall in New York City boasts a nine-story glass-pyramid-topped atrium. Brudnizki is also known to have associated with Soho House hotels and restaurants and responsible for creating the clubby-luxe interiors of many of its properties across the world. Brudnizki is trying to create the Beekman in an unique way by mixing vintage finds procured from antiques dealers globally with his own bespoke pieces, which includes leather-and-oak beds, in all the 287 rooms of the hotel.
Renowned French hotelier Philippe Starck is set to open the new SLS Park Avenue this fall. This is his first hotel project in New York ever since the Hudson Hotel opened way back in 2000. The 14-story hotel will be situated at 30th Street.