Located in the heart of midtown Manhattan, on 6th avenue, the Quin Hotel New York is a luxurious oasis that possesses an affluent heritage and a favored location, capturing the quintessence lifestyle of commerce and culture. It is an intersection route of art, design, music, and fashion giving access to monumental attractions, such as the Lincoln Center, the Carnegie Hall and the Museum of Modern Art. The rich historic nature of the urbane hotel allows for a superb combination of original architecture with technological prowess.
While Quin New York was constructed at the peak of the international movement, Arts & Crafts, notorious architecture firm, Perkins Eastman was responsible for its restoration, providing a blend of contemporary and classic details, in order to keep the tradition of this refined retreat alive. “This hotel communicates both richness and simplicity, decadence and virtue, intensity and stillness, embracing the rich legacy left by a long lineage of Artists who once occupied its halls.” The Hotel is composed of 208 well-furnished guestrooms that divide in superior, deluxe and premier accommodations.
In addition, Quin Hotel has 28 glamorous suites, including the Paderewski and O’Keeffe suites in homage to the brilliant artists, who once housed the esteemed hotel, 17th Floor Terrace rooms, and suites, connecting rooms for families, a spacious penthouse, as well as valuable and private suites. Each room was sophisticatedly equipped with hand-selected sustainable materials, exquisite finishes, a series of exceptional amenities and ultramodern audio and visual arrangements. In addition, these rooms offer astounding city views and are characterized by modern opulence and timeless luxury.
The intuitive hotel assures high-quality in all of its concierge services and facilities, from a well-equipped Technogym fitness center with personal trainers and private yoga sessions to a drawing room furnished by Apple, as well as refreshing wellness and spa amenities. Moreover, the Quin offers an exceptional dining experience at the two-story Wayfarer a restaurant that serves a Classic American menu.
The interiors of the restaurant were designed by Meyer Davis who added a sense of rediscovery and rebirth, by giving a gentlemen’s club and disco-era design to the supreme dining outlet. In the second floor, one can find an astounding clubroom bar with three private dining rooms, characterized by vibrant landscapes and in which a distinguished dinner or a deliciously custom-made cocktail are assisted to guests.
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