Hg2 : The Hedonist

Dylan Hotel

With its grand old marble staircase, soaring wood ceilings, transporting gothic feel, and cool, modern interior courtesy of designer Jeffrey Beers, this most exceptional boutique hotel in New York City – steps from Grand Central – is housed within the landmark Chemists Club of New York building. This classic New York hotel was built in 1903 as a residence for a collective of noteworthy scientists. With its 107 rooms of Beaux Arts luxury, simplicity reigns supreme, with its muted tones, spacious work desks, luxurious Egyptian linens, Carrara marble bathrooms with basin sinks and walnut fixtures, and Gilchrist & Soames bath products. The Dylan’s gorgeous Alchemy Suite was originally designed as a replication of a medieval laboratory (how cool is that?). Meanwhile, the cozy, cosseting Benjamin Steakhouse draws carnivorous crowds downstairs, with its roaring fireplace, vaulted ceilings, and decadent steaks for two, three, or four. (Yes, it’s in the space that formerly housed Nyla, an eatery effort from Britney Spears. Ignore that.)

Address
52 East 41st Street (Madison),
Midtown East
Telephone
+1 212 338 0500
Website
dylanhotel.com
Price
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