Make your trip to New York unforgettable and stay at this totally unique and luxurious Top Secret Hotel in Manhattan’s eclectic Chelsea District. Just a stone’s throw from the city’s most iconic landmark, the Empire State Building, this boutique hotel offers the idyllic combination of a central location and a peaceful, relaxing haven. Tucked away in a more residential street, and in a charming, sound-proofed building, guests are guaranteed a peaceful night’s rest amidst the hustle and bustle of the ‘never-sleeping’ city. The stylish interiors and furnishings have been carefully selected to achieve a warm and inviting atmosphere, and the guest rooms provide a cosy oasis in which to rest and unwind.
This stylish and chic boutique hotel in Manhattan offers many home comforts, as well as added luxury details as standard, such as free daily newspapers, valet parking and dry cleaning. There is also air conditioning and a high speed internet connection throughout the property for your comfort and convenience, and the multilingual staff are on hand at all hours to ensure you have everything you need to make your stay as successful and enjoyable as possible. For visitors travelling in from abroad, there is an efficient and handy airport transfer shuttle to take you to and from the hotel, so as to make your journey stress-free and quick. Leisure facilities onsite include a modern exercise gym to keep fit and unwind between sight-seeing or attending to business.
The Chelsea District has seen a great deal of transformation over the years, but there are still some hidden gems that retain the old rock’n’roll feel of the place. One of these is the Chelsea Hotel, a beautiful, 1883 red-brick apartment building and a well-known bohemian hangout which has seen many famous faces walk through its doors, including Bob Dylan and Dylan Thomas. Sticking with the rock musical theme, next door to the hotel is a charming store called Chelsea Guitars, which is packed to the brim with gorgeous, vintage guitars and mics.
Art lovers will be in their element in Chelsea as it is well known for being the central hub of New York’s gallery scene. Concentrated along the western edge of the neighbourhood, up to the bank of the Hudson River, the numerous institutes grant visitors with the best selection of works from world-famous artists, free of charge. Big names include the Gagosian Gallery, Luhring Augustine and Mary Boone Gallery, which boast pieces by Warhol, Picasso and Lichtenstein between them, as well as many contemporary sculptors, photographers and painters.