This historic building was erected in the early twentieth century when the Upper East Side was being quickly transformed into a neighbourhood of mansions and townhouses. A lot has changed in the hundred years since but one thing that remains just as prestigious is this home's address. Less than a hundred yards from the entrance of Central Park, you can get to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in seven minutes on foot and the Guggenheim in fifteen. Your living quarters for the trip are cosy but contain everything you need to relax and get yourself ready ahead of a day of exploring the Big Apple.
Perhaps an undersung highlight that comes with a stay here is the use of the communal entrance hall, which mixes European stately grandeur and Art Deco flourishes to make for a pleasant spot in which to get to know the neighbours. ...