These boutique accommodations cater to aesthetes and creative types.
The Bernic is a perfect complement to its Midtown East neighborhood, an artistic NYC enclave known for its verve and vision. It’s no wonder Andy Warhol chose to site his very first studio loft in this boho-chic area, also home at various times to Stephen Sondheim, Bob Dylan and Katherine Hepburn. The Bernic enjoys a prime position near the United Nations and Grand Central Station.
Inside the stately façade, the hotel’s artist-in-residence Ian Sklarsky brings global cityscapes to life with paintings throughout the property. The 96 rooms and suites are all infused with the hotel’s fresh, signature white tea/thyme fragrance and showcase private balconies and floor-to-ceiling windows that gaze out on the city that never sleeps. Technology is a priority, with extras like free high-speed Wi-Fi, cordless phones and flat-screen plasma TVs with Apple TV. Allora restaurant and the rooftop lounge woo with spectacular views, snazzy old New York décor and a menu of Northern Italian cuisine.
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