Beaux Arts elegance + state-of-the-art luxury = the apex of indulgence.
The Quin occupies what was once the Buckingham Hotel, an elegant Beaux Arts-style residence whose proximity to venerable music venues like Carnegie Hall drew opera and jazz musicians to its foyer on a nightly basis. It saw the likes of pianist and composer Ignacy Jan Paderewski, composer Dmitri Tiomkin and Metropolitan Opera stars Giuseppe De Luca and Giovanni Martinelli among others. The Quin honors the history of its predecessor, maintaining elements of Beaux Arts elegance in its décor and atmosphere while integrating modern features in its guest rooms and conference center. The 200 rooms and suites are furnished with DUX beds, Nespresso machines, iPod stations and flat-screen televisions. Guests also have an array of on-request options to personalize their experience. Rounding out this class-act hotel is The Wayfarer, serving a menu that focuses on fresh seafood.