Sneak Peek: Viceroy New York

  • Photo by © Connie Zhou
    Deluxe Room Photo by © Connie Zhou
  • Lobby
  • Junior Suite
  • Suite
  • Rooftop Bar
  • Photo by © Connie Zhou

The Viceroy New York’s interiors by Roman and Williams are garnering attention among Manhattan’s slew of recent luxury-hotel openings.

Why Go: Ever stylish and well-dressed, Viceroy hotels tend to attract a cool crowd of entertainment and media folks. The 11-year-old brand’s first location in New York City is no exception. Roman and Williams, the designers behind a few other hip Manhattan locations including the Ace and the Standard, continue to innovate with the debut of the new-build, 29-story tower.

What to Expect: Paonazzo-marble slabs as wall coverings and book-matched wood paneling grace the lobby. Wooden built-ins, brass hardware, casement windows, and no wall art in the 240 rooms maximize space. Central Park’s treetops are visible from the 16th floor and higher.

How to Get There: Two blocks south of Central Park, the 120 West 57th address borders uptown and midtown. (212.830.8000, www.viceroyhotelsandresorts.com/newyork)

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