Handsome high-end style brightens up a traditional landmark hotel.
Reopened in July 2015, the reimagined Gregory Hotel boasts quite a distinguished pedigree. The property itself dates back to 1903, when it went by “The Gregorian” and served overflow crowds from the Waldorf-Astoria. (More recently, the building was known as Hotel 35.) Original architectural features like the high ceilings and mosaic tiles have been painstakingly preserved and now comfortably co-exist with contemporary updates such as an interactive lobby space and state-of-the-art connectivity. The result? A modern-meets-vintage vibe with a masculine edge. Perched at the point where Herald Square merges with the Garment District with views toward the Empire State Building, the Gregory’s enviable location presents a prime home base from which to splash out and explore the Big Apple, with convenient access to many of the city’s most popular attractions and destinations. Back on-site, 132 rooms spread across 12 floors are dressed in bespoke furnishings and soothing neutral tones with high ceilings and retro subway-tiled bathrooms.
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