Designers, models, photographers, bloggers, DJs and the world’s most stylish celebs descend upon New York this week for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. While everyone’s looking for the next big thing to hit fashion, we’re searching for the most stylish hotels in America’s fashion capital — New York.
In honor of Fashion Week, we’ve rounded up boutiques in the Big Apple that ooze with style.
With its unconventional vintage- and music-inspired design, this turn-of-the-century midtown Manhattan hotel is a hipster haven and a budgetista’s dream: you can rent a bunk bed here starting at $169 a night. With the money saved on your room, you can invest it in your fashion choices — the more of-the-moment you can get, the better.
Creative minds and style icons have rested their heads at this landmark hotel for nearly a century — smartly dressed actor Humphrey Bogart was a fan. A mix of hotel and art museum, it has a rotating collection of contemporary art from Warhol to Hirst. With amenities such as imported Italian linens and luxurious beauty products, it’s easy to wake up looking like a million bucks here, too.
Kimpton’s latest addition to its boutique hotels, Ink48 turns heads with its sweeping views of the Manhattan skyline and just-as-striking industrial chic interior. With a nod to the city’s literary scene, this former printing factory in Hell’s Kitchen “makes the mark” (as the hotel’s tagline says) with fashion-forward décor, floor-to-ceiling windows and on-site restaurants Print and the Press Lounge.
Straddling the High Line, New York’s hip outdoor park perched above the Meatpacking District, is the even hipper, 18-story Standard Hotel. Take in the breathtaking views of downtown Manhattan and the Hudson River with the rooms eye-opening floor-to-ceiling, wall-to-wall windows. The hotel’s discothèque and rooftop bar Le Bain is the “#1 place for Fashion Week nightlife, “ according to Eater.com.
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