Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

New York

The Roxy Tribeca Grand
The exclusive Roxy Tribeca Grand's location is utterly unrivaled.
The Rose Bar
Oh so media friendly the GPH's bar is a work of art...
The River Café
The food takes second place to the exquisite view of Manhattan from the Brooklyn shore...
The Quin
The Quin offers a quintessential New York experience – if you like high-end amenities, amazing dining and location, and sumptuous guestrooms that is.
The Polo Bar
The Polo Bar, part of Ralph Lauren’s stable, offers a classic NYC restaurant experience, complete with cocktails – both liquid and shrimp varieties.
The Plaza
Found on the southern fringes of Central Park, The Plaza is arguably New York’s most iconic hotel.
The Pierre
No expense has been spared to make this one of the largest and best hotels in this city.
The Peninsula
The fusion between contemporary accessories with old-world grace makes this hotel a special pick.
The Nolitan hotel in New York to open in August
Ond of the Big Apple's trendiest neighbourhoods, Nolita, will be welcoming the opening of The Nolitan hotel in August.
The Musket Room
The Muse
Personal pampering for both you and your pooch in the heart of Times Square.
The Mermaid Inn
Fisherman's fare at its finest. Fashionable and flavoursome; this small seafood shack chain won't disappoint.
The Mercer
The fact that the owner dates Uma Thurman shouldn't impress you but it should alert you to the credentials of the place.
The Marmara Park Avenue
Light, airy and unexpectedly modern, The Marmara Park Avenue offers a welcome retreat from the busy streets of Manhattan.
The Mark
A recession defying refurbishment has embellished the elegance and exclusivity of this luxury hotel.
The Maritime Hotel
What the Maritime lacks in cutting-edge contemporary design it certainly makes up for in atmosphere.
The Marcel at Gramercy
Inoteca, The Marcel at Gramercy's fine Italian eatery, merits a visit whether you are staying or not.
The Mansfield
Situated in Midtown East the Mansfield blends seemlessly in with its rather grand surroundings.
The Ludlow
Housed in a 20-floor red brick building on the Lower East Side, The Ludlow is a sleek hotel offering boho-luxe style and a buzzy French restaurant.
The London NYC
Here British establishment figures - designer David Collins, chef Gordon Ramsay and concierge service Quintessentially - try and help guide homesick expats through the supposedly baffling maze of New York.
The Loews Regency
A landmark among New York’s collection of classic hotels, The Loews Regency has enjoyed the favour of film stars, socialites and royalty over the years.
The Little Owl
Fun and lively dining in West Village surrounds...
The Library Hotel
The smallish rooms are made up for by the Library itself, a great place to unwind after a day hitting the shops.
The Lambs Club
The Lambs Club is perfect either for that rushed pre-theatre bite, or a more leisurely post-theatre feed. 
The Knickerbocker Hotel
A peaceful, sleek hotel overlooking Times Square, The Knickerbocker Hotel has a rooftop bar, cuisine from Charlie Palmer and 350 soundproofed rooms.
The James
A boutique hotel in SoHo, The James has a residential vibe and some seriously stylish outdoor and rooftop spaces, including an urban garden and plunge pool.
The Greenwich
Innovative and imaginative; The Greenwich is a treat for technophiles.
The Future Perfect
An innovative design store in Lower Manhattan, The Future Perfect is a showcase for both established and up-and-coming talent.
The Future Of Cinema
The Frye Company
The cult following of Frye’s heritage boots have garnered will love the brand’s flagship store on Spring Street.
The Empire Hotel
Majestic modernity, happily situated adjacent to Central Park. Guests enjoy the rooftop pool deck, bar and lounge.
The Eddy
A seasonal New American restaurant, The Eddy is packed with talent you can trust, like Executive Chef Jeremy Salamon and Head Bartender Brian Elder.
The Dutch opens in New York’s SoHo
The team behind Locanda Verde at the Greenwich Hotel have ventured to SoHo, an are now serving regional American food at The Dutch.
The Dutch
The Dead Rabbit
The Dead Rabbit Grocery & Grog is a retro-inspired cocktail bar with an upscale atmosphere.
The Cutting Room
One of New York’s better live music bars, The Cutting Room, with its intimate rock’n’roll decor, draws a crowd of celebs and live music lovers week-round.
The Cloisters
A hidden oasis of calm, The Cloisters showcase Medieval European art and architecture...
The Circle Line
Take a different view of Manhattan - this time from the water...
The Carlyle
The Carlyle is a timeless classic a showcase of great art and a sanctuary of privacy.
The Bryant Park
A stylish modern boutique hotel this a great choice if you are in town for work or play.

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