A hot spot for visitors from around the world, the Marlton Hotel occupies a prime location in Greenwich Village.
Built in 1900, the nine-story Marlton Hotel is acclaimed for its enviable location in Greenwich Village, with Washington Square Park only one block south. With its chic, bohemian vibe, this historic building once played host to scores of famous figures, including Andy Warhol, Jack Kerouac and Valerie Solanas. Just a few years ago The Marlton was renovated by well-known hotelier Sean MacPherson, who transformed it into the gorgeous, ‘baby grand hotel’ it is today. Upon entering the lobby, guests are greeted by plush leather sofas, rich dark wood paneling, gilded mirrors and marble top tables that combine to create a sumptuous yet cozy atmosphere.
The rooms at Marlton Hotel NYC are compact yet luxurious, a reflection of the hotel’s catchy tagline – ‘Our rooms are small but our ideas are big.’ Following a Persian theme, thoughtful details are added to each room, including chicken wire closet doors, brass reading lights flanked by gilded bed frames, and faux fur blankets draped across every bed. Despite this vintage vibe, modern black ceiling lamps spider into the rooms, adding a contemporary twist and sense of individuality. The bathrooms feature black and white tiled flooring and luxury products by Côté Bastide.
Margaux is a 98-seat cafe located on-site that serves food influenced by the Mediterranean, France and California. Enhanced by an array of unique design details, the café boasts hand-picked floral tiles and bright skylights.
Midtown is NYC'S center and home to the city's busiest streets, most iconic buildings as well as some of the finest restaurants and shopping. Midtown is famous for Broadway, exclusive Fifth Avenue stores and the Empire State Building. Visitors in Midtown will find prestigious galleries like the Pace Gallery and Marian Goodman and a thriving theater scene at recognizable institutions like the Booth and the Imperial. Fifth Avenue is a paradise for shoppers with excellent options like Tiffany's, Saks Fifth Avenue and Bergdorf Goodman. Midtown is home to some of the most notable attractions in the city like Bryant Park, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Rockefeller Center and the Chrysler Building.