This elegant boutique hotel boasts a regular clientele and loads of charm.
When New York developer Bernard Goldberg went on a buying spree, he ended up with --- among other hotels --- this tiny place. One of New York’s oldest hotels (built in 1902), it was worth the price and lavish renovation. Many of its repeat visitors would never consider staying anywhere else. All of the woodwork and marble in the lobby and 88 guest rooms has been restored. The rooms feature signature canopy beds and have been redecorated with cherry-wood furniture, brass lighting fixtures and new carpeting; many have decorative fireplaces and views of the Central Park reservoir. Amenities include complimentary Wi-Fi, elegant Belgian cotton linens, Gilchrist & Soames bath accessories, free bottled water upon arrival, 32-inch flat-screen HD televisions and irons and ironing boards. In-room spa service is available. There are numerous extras that come with the varying rates, not least of which is the continental breakfast that is accompanied Sundays by harp music. Two house restaurants, Sarabeth's and Paola's, serve breakfast, lunch, dinner and weekend brunch.
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