5 cool luxury hotel suites waiting for you during a hot New York summer


This summer in New York is going to be as hot as ever. For those who live in the city or have just recently visited, here are the coolest and most luxurious boutique hotels to enjoy an amazing New York summer.

Baccarat Suite, Baccarat Hotel, Uptown

For starters, why not choose the luxury Parisian-style living available in the heart of the city near the famous Museum of Modern Art (MoMa). The Baccarat hotel is famous for its crystal ornaments and its sumptuous Grand Salon which gives way to elegant white rooms and beautiful suites. The Baccarat Suite with its own dining room, dressing room and pantry, is a story apart. Offering a series of lounge-style spaces, sophisticated decor, and a deep bathroom with freestanding tub and La Mer en-suite products, this signature suite is the most indulgent and elaborate accommodation one could expect of a 5 star hotel in the city. If you still want to leave your suite, you can visit the Spa de La Mer with indoor swimming pool, a variety of regenerating skin treatments with La Mer products (famous for the healing essences of the sea), the terrace for cocktails or one of the hotel’s elegant restaurants.

Hotels in Baccarat

Roche Bobois Penthouse Suite, Langham Place, Midtown

Located on 5th Avenue in Midtown, Langham Place is a chic and stylish contemporary 5-star boutique hotel that by New York standards offers fairly spacious rooms with views of the city’s landmarks and is only a short walk away steps from Manhattan’s most desirable neighborhood. art galleries and arts district. Langham Place Midtown is a place where the details really matter. The suites and loft-style rooms allow their guests to feel at home, away from home.

The highlight of the hotel is the penthouse suite designed by famous French interior designer, Roche Bobois. Guests will certainly appreciate the architecturally inspired furnishings, lush fabrics, a variety of artwork, and the breathtaking views of the city from the floor-to-ceiling windows. Imagine yourself facing the Empire State Building while enjoying the comfort of a perfectly designed and tidy hotel.

Roche Bobois

Terrace Suite, 11 Howard Hotel, SoHo

For those who choose to stay in the heart of SoHo, it’s the 11 Howard Hotel that answers the call for a relaxed and intelligently organized place where Danish minimalism meets New York flair. Residents of the hotel’s Terrace Suite enjoy the most grandiose space and luxury, complemented by large patio doors opening onto a private rooftop terrace that offers bird’s-eye views of the neighborhood. The terrace, living room and dining room of the eight-person suite allow you to organize unforgettable private parties.

11 Howard Hotel New York

Suite, Public Hotel, Lower Eastside

The Public Hotel in Lower Eastside offers simple, yet elegant and thoughtfully designed rooms and suites. Currently a hotspot for locals, visitors and business meetings. Opt for one of the suites located on the top floors of the hotel with breathtaking views of the city, the Freedom Tower and the bridges. Here you will experience the most comfortable king-size bed reigning over a separate bedroom and fall in love with the luxurious bathroom and the custom-designed lighting concept. Floor-to-ceiling triple-glazed windows let in the sun, but provide a quiet refuge from the city that never sleeps.

Public hotel in New York

Corner Suite, The Mercer Hotel, SoHo

A sister hotel to Hollywood’s “Chateau Marmont”, the Mercer embodies elegance, subtlety and intimacy. Without an entrance or distinctive signage (the famous clock above the door is the entrance sign for insiders), the hotel is popular with celebrities and VIP guests. An unwritten rule states that only familiar locals, VIPs, and hotel guests are allowed to visit the hotel lobby. In front of the spacious lobby library, filled with iconic books on design and fashion, the select crowd is enjoying delicious food from the hotel’s (public) restaurant. The Mercer Kitchen “or mint teas and freshly baked pastries during meetings.

Its recently unveiled corner suite is a 1,400 square foot Christian Liaigre designed space. Overlooking the historic cobblestone streets of SoHo, the Corner Suite features two bedrooms, two and a half baths with private walk-in closets and spacious quarters. Each bedroom with a king-size bed has a sitting area for working and eating as well as a private marble bathroom with a walk-in shower and bathtub. Pair it with a staff eager to exceed your expectations and you will experience an unforgettable, private and cool stay.

Mercer Hotel New York


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