Make sure you’re spotted at these hip New York hotels during the upcoming NYFW.
Yes, we know that you’ve got a packed schedule during your trip to the upcoming New York Fashion Week. Take some time out to stay (and be seen) at these outposts in New York – it’s where the deals behind the scenes really get done.
The Bowery Hotel, New York
If you’re spotted in The Bowery Hotel or its adjacent restaurant, Gemma, you’re in good company. It’s one of Manhattan’s hippest hangouts in the East Village only a stroll away from the trendy shops and eats in Nolita, SoHo and the fashion shows at Skylight Clarkson Square and Industria. The rooms wouldn’t look out of place in a Wes Anderson movie with custom white-and-red striped linen topped with a commemorative teddy bear. Rooms are typically small and capture the classic New York apartment look with dark wooden floors and white marble tiled bathrooms. But the floor to ceiling windows add space by drawing in natural light and afford postcard views of the Empire State building and the New Yorker building (Wyndham Hotel). Opt for a corner king room and soak away the day’s fashion faux pas in a hot bath while staring out at the romantic New York skyline. The lobby bar is one of the most interesting places in the city to people watch, it’s comfortable and homely and best of all, hotel guests have reserved seating areas.
335 Bowery, between Bond St & Great Jones St, East Village
The Iroquois New York
If you’re a fashion week newbie and would rather stay in the thick of touristy New York, then choose this small luxury hotel in midtown that’s located within walking distance of Bryant Park, Times Square, Radio City Music Hall, Broadway’s famed theatre district and most importantly the Fifth Avenue shopping district. The Penthouse is perfectly sized to accommodate your fashion week wardrobe with separate lounge area and large dining room if you feel like entertaining in-room. It’s also unusually quiet on the top floor so you can really escape from the sleepless city if you get a chance to lay your head down.
49 W 44th St, New York