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NYC Hotspot Find: Ace Hotel

NYC Hotspot Find: Ace Hotel | meltingbutter.com

ACE HOTEL NEW YORK, MIDTOWN WEST

The Ace Hotel is the perfect spot for young creative types travelling to NYC.  Not surprisingly, the hotel also attracts local creative freelancers, hipsters and cool kids who come to hang out in the lobby, work on their latest magazine stories while sipping on a Stumptown latte and taking in the stylish vintage vibe.

As a hotel guest, you’ll appreciate the fact that you’re staying in a complex of cool. Just stepping out of your elevator in the morning you can already pick up a Stumptown coffee, shop at the ever-so-stylish Number 9 and Opening Ceremony stores, all before sitting down to lunch at April Bloomfield’s restaurants The Breslin or John Dory Oyster Bar.

Cool hotel amenities aside, the rooms themselves range from small and simple to lavish corner lofts, all decorated with quirky art, Pendleton blankets, vintage furnishings and some even come with cool luxuries like working turntables.

Best Bit: Coming across all of the witty notes from the hotel in your room and in unexpected places is simply delightful.

http://www.acehotel.com/newyork

20 W 29th St, New York, NY 10001
(212) 679-2222

NYC Hotspot Find: Ace Hotel | meltingbutter.com

Ace Hotel Lobby – Photo: Courtesy of Ace Hotel

NYC Hotspot Find: Ace Hotel | meltingbutter.com

Ace Hotel Lobby Stairs – Photo: Courtesy of Ace Hotel

NYC Hotspot Find: Ace Hotel | meltingbutter.com

Large room at Ace Hotel – Photo: Courtesy of Ace Hotel

NYC Hotspot Find: Ace Hotel | meltingbutter.com

Opening Ceremony store – Photo: Courtesy of Ace Hotel

 

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(Feature image: by Douglas Lyle Thompson, courtesy of Ace Hotel)

 

 

 

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