Located in New York City’s Flatiron District, a few steps away from Madison Square Park, The New York Edition brings together all the signature elements of the Edition brand: lasting comfort, extraordinary style, and an exceptional level of service in a unique setting. The simple yet sophisticated building blends blissfully well with the city’s prestigious skyline and sky high buildings.
With 271 rooms featuring stunning 360 degree views of New York City, Michelin starred dining at its restaurant The Clocktower, meeting spaces, a gym equipped with two Peloton stationary bikes, and a buzzing floor-to-ceiling windowed lobby bar, the hotel offers a charismatic social hub where guests and visitors can work, relax, socialize, and dine all under one roof. Featuring guest rooms and suites embellished with dark walls and light oak accompanied by neutral shades, this spot is all about elegant interiors and undeniable opulence. The hotel’s 1,350 sqft penthouses is the ideal example of luxury NYC apartments, complete with a modern aesthetic and spacious floor plans, each coming along with a private dining room, kitchenette, living room, 1.5 bathrooms, and separate bedroom with seating area.
The Edition New York’s location is one to covet—the property sits in the heart of the city, with Union Square, the Meatpacking District, Chelsea, Greenwich Village, Soho and Tribeca all accessible within a few strides. Housed within the illustrious clock tower building originally built by Napoleon Lebrun & Sons in 1909 and influenced by Campanile di San Marco, the bell tower of St. Mark’s Basilica in Venice, the hotel deeply displays an Italian Renaissance Revival architectural style with a restored exterior, illuminated clock, and spire. The prescient interior redesign paired with attention to comfort and quality, is the zenith of richness and timeless allure.
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