It’s hard to know where to start with The Quin. Found in Midtown Manhattan, the hotel is perfectly placed; a short stroll from Central Park, Carnegie Hall, and the shopping on 5th Avenue. And while many of the city’s top cultural institutions aren’t far either, The Quin itself has an arts programme that makes use of its understatedly elegant common spaces (all crisp lines and shades of cream and grey). There might be a screening during your visit, a new artist in residence, or a live music performance. But that’s not all.
Want to shop at Bergdorf Goodman while you’re in town? Done. The Quin’s installed a direct-dial button to the store’s personal shoppers in your guestroom. Fancy panoramic views of the city and Central Park? Then book one of the hotel’s Terrace Suites, which have the added benefits of a sitting room and dining areas (both indoors and on the wraparound terrace), not to mention sun loungers that let you recline as you admire the vista. Need to relax and unwind? The guestrooms have nourishing, hydrating Fresh® bath products and Sferra’s Egyptian cotton linens on the handcrafted DUX® beds. Bliss.
They’ve thought of everything. You can even indulge in the classic American grill experience at the in-house restaurant, The Wayfarer. The grand parlour is awash with soft tan leather and brass, serving everything from Prime New York Strip and an epic 36oz Porter House with blue cheese and bordelaise, to Scottish lobster burgers, hand-cut truffle fries, and crab croquettes with strawberry mignonette and maple crème fraîche. On the second floor, meanwhile, there’s a bar serving potent cocktails. All the Wayfarer’s dining and drinking areas have the same impossibly alluring clubroom vibe; equal parts exclusivity and welcoming charm. With the amped up flavour factor to back it up.