The Jetsons meet Warhol in Manhattan.
Chic, sleek and stylish best describe this small Midtown property. With just 34 rooms, the hotel is intimate and cozy, and the knowledgeable staff looks to personally accommodate every guest. From the small lobby furnished with space-age lounge chairs to the second-floor breakfast room, which boasts atom-looking ceiling lamps, it’s hard not to feel moderne at this place. All rooms feature low-to-the-ground king-sized beds. The decoration --- congruent with the rest of the hotel --- is straight out of 2001: A Space Odyssey. Red and blue walls provide the backdrop for silver, futuristic chairs, as well as amenities such as VCRs. Copies of Andy Warhol’s Campbell Soup and Marilyn Monroe are a refreshing change from the standardized chain hotel pulp décor. Ask for a room with a window, or at least one that doesn’t look out into a dank courtyard.
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