This historic hotel displays a welcoming vibe with warm, classic-contemporary style.
The handsome Beaux-Arts building that HGU New York calls home carries a distinguished history dating back more than a century. If these walls could talk, they'd have plenty to say, with stories dating back to the original hotel's beginnings in 1905. Today, guests enjoy tasteful, contemporary comfort in the 90 residential-style guest rooms and suites. All are furnished with Sealy Posturpedic beds dressed in Frette linens and a choice of pillows, white subway-tiled bathrooms, custom patchwork rugs and thoughtfully stocked mini-bars.
The hotel’s trendy NoMad District address lends itself nicely to hip dining and shopping, while on-site, the 1905 Lounge hosts art exhibits, live music and social events, as well as movie nights. The Lobby Bar provides an artsy backdrop for coffee and cocktails, and locally sourced ingredients and coastal cuisine share star billing at the house restaurant. More than 1,000 square feet of designer space can be configured for meetings, banquets and social events.