Hotel of the week: Night in New York City

Lovely as the Night

If you’re heading to the capital of hallowe’en – New York City! – this week, you may very well be looking for something chic – naturally! – but with a bit of a dark twist. Welcome to Night, a new concept in chic with a bit of a dark twist.

Perched right by Times Square – 45th between 6th and 7th Avenues, to be precise – it’s a black-on-black (with a splash of white hither and yon) fantasy that somehow throws together stark, erm, darks with a surprising level of sheer comfort.

Splash out on the penthouse with its own roof terrace, or take one of just 70-odd rooms (none of that mega-hotel scrum for the lift here) and be sure to make use of the restaurant, called Nightlife, where you’ll find an already famous Kobe beef hot dog (what that? you ask. Don’t know, we reply).

It’s a dark dark thing and no less lovely for that. See some more pictures after the jump…

More lovely darkness Night-y Night All Night now
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3 comments to “Hotel of the week: Night in New York City”

  1. We need a few more of this sort of thing in London Town – Covent Garden Hotel/Soho Hotel/Charlotte Street Hotel et. al. are all lovely, but bordering on the, well, not wow! enough. If you knows what I is sayings.

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  2. That’s coz those hotels you mentioned are aimed primarily at an American market, see, and that’s the sort of thing the Americans want when they come to London – sorta gentrified English glamour. Whereas the peoples going to New York (ie. Brits and other Northern Europeans, mostly) want that SATC-esque, edgier glamour. Like I know what I’m talking about… Just a hunch. No actually, I do know what I’m talking about. I should become a hotel magnate. More Andre Balazs than Travelodge, obviously.

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  3. Wouldn’t want to take a pew on them white seats after a hot curry…

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