New York: The Marlton Hotel

O hotel mais badalado do momento em NY fica em Greenwich Village e foi concebido pelo hoteleiro Sean MacPherson (dono também dos hotéis The Maritime, The Bowery e The Jane).

“The place to stay” right now in NY, The Marlton Hotel, is the creation of hotelier Sean MacPherson (co-owner of  the hot NY hotels The Bowery, The Jane and The Maritime).

 

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O hotel original foi construído em 1900 e a partir dos anos 50 virou  ponto de encontro de boêmios e intelectuais (foi lá que Jack Kerouac escreveu “Tristessa” e “The Subterraneans”).

The original Marlton House was built in 1900 and by the the middle of the century it became a home for bohemians, intellectuals and counter-culture heroes (Jack Kerouac worked on his novels “Tristessa” and “The Subterraneans” there).

 

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MacPhearson was inspired by the Fitzgerald novel “Tender is the Night” and the place, with its small but elegant rooms, has the style of the parisian “Hôtel de Charme”.

 

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There are 107 rooms ranging from penthouses with terraces, to small doubles.

 

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The restaurant “Margaux” (chefs Michael Reardon and  Jeremy Blutstein) offers Eastern Mediterranean cuisine.

 

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The signature dish is a Beirut-inspired Farmer’s Board with “mounds of red quinoa taboule with kale harissa, spicy mashed sweet potatoes, avocado hummus and finely chopped beets, served with homemade buckwheat chips” sourced from the Union Square GreenMarket.

 

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The Marlton Hotel

The Marlton Hotel
5W 8th Street
(Between 5th & 6th Aves.)
New York, NY 10011

PHONE & FAX

P: 212 321 0100
F: 212 321 0400

 

via marlton hotel, vogue.com, the new york times, the independent UK