When you’re a long way from home – especially if you’re not used to the hustle and bustle of New York City – you just want to kick your feet up at the end of the day in a place that feels like your own. Well, ultrahip Seattle hotel concept Ace has opened in Gotham, offering slick pseudo-slacker apartments designed by Roman and Williams in a variety of iterations – from ‘Bunk’ and ‘Cheap’ all the way up to 700-square-foot lofts. Perfect for the rock star in all of us, these irresistible rooms offer clever layouts with vintage furniture, fully stocked SMEG refrigerators, record players, great views, and spare guitars for guests to use. Its Breslin Lobby Bar comes from April Bloomfield and Ken Friedman – our favorites – and the City’s first Stumptown Coffee (a northwest favorite) takes up residence there, too. Cool customers, you’re not going to want to leave.