The Lowell Hotel New York

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The Lowell Hotel New York - United States Of America
The Lowell Hotel New York - United States Of America
The Lowell Hotel New York - United States Of America
The Lowell Hotel New York - United States Of America
The Lowell Hotel New York - United States Of America
The Lowell Hotel New York - United States Of America
The Lowell Hotel New York - United States Of America
The Lowell Hotel New York - United States Of America
The Lowell Hotel New York - United States Of America
The Lowell Hotel New York - United States Of America
The Lowell Hotel New York - United States Of America
The Lowell Hotel New York - United States Of America

A landmark luxury hotel, near central park, The Lowell rises 17-floors above an iconic residential neighborhood , a stone’s throw from the celebrated fashion houses of Madison Avenue and footsteps from Fifth Avenue and the vast oasis of Central Park.

Established in 1927, The Lowell’s boutique hotel in NYC reflects the timeless elegance and soul of the Upper East Side. The warmth of a familiar smile, attention to detail and discreet service welcome discerning guests as they move through chic classical spaces.

Wood-burning fireplaces—a rare find in New York—and landscaped terraces with sweeping city views are enjoyed in sun-filled rooms and suites fashioned in the hotel’s distinctive style with the refined comforts of a luxury apartment NYC.

Legendary restaurateur Charles Masson oversees the property’s newest upper east side restaurants where guests come to escape the bustle of the city over seasonal cuisine at Majorelle and linger over the perfect martini at Jacques Bar.

The Club Room at The Lowell offers a sophisticated setting to unwind, while the reimagined Pembroke Room upholds tradition with its beloved breakfast and afternoon tea.

Much has changed since The Lowell opened its doors in 1927 between Park and Madison Avenues among Manhattan’s wealthiest townhouses on the Upper East Side. And the esteemed landmark hotel continues to endure as a timeless classic.

For nearly a century, luminaries have sought out The Lowell to make it their home when in New York. Within our walls, novels have been penned, plays have been scrawled and scripts have been studied.

Movie stars have dined, musicians have gathered and politicians have rested. Guests from all over the world feel among family and luxury lives in the details. History has given The Lowell a pedigree, but it’s our service that defines our legacy.

The Lowell’s multilingual Concierge team are expert guides to the city that never sleeps. Their longstanding relationships afford guests privileged access to a rarely seen side of New York.

Whether it’s opening doors to shop a designer’s private collection, VIP entry to The Armory, tickets to a sold-out show, or a private after-hours tour of The Frick, the Concierge provides a unique lens to discover New York City from all angles. With insider’s access, guests brush shoulders with local residents at high-profile cultural events along Museum Mile and Lincoln Center.

Let our concierge team guide you through many family friendly activities in the area with customized itineraries and recommendations to make your stay in New York fun filled and memorable for both the little kids and big kids!

Prior to your arrival our Guest Relations Team will reach out to you to gather any details you would like to share, to ensure our team is dedicated to personalizing every aspect of a guest’s stay from unspoken preferences to unexpected surprises, going above-and-beyond at every turn to make sure each stay is unforgettable

A chic refuge in a lively city, The Lowell’s luxury accommodation in NYC invites guests to make the hotel their home away from home.

Inspired by designer Michael Smith’s timeless residential style, 47 individually-appointed suites and 27 deluxe rooms are graced with the coveted luxuries of a private New York apartment from original wood-burning fireplaces and gourmet kitchens to beautiful terraces with iconic views of Manhattan.

Remarkable in every way, designer Michael Smith has meticulously created New York’s chicest two or three bedroom penthouse apartment. An authentic pied-à-terre inspired by the iconic townhouses of which it overlooks, the three-bedroom nyc penthouse suite is a refined blend of European classicism and American modernism.

Connoisseurs of fine living revel in this New York Penthouse sumptuous wood-burning fireplaces, four private terraces overlooking upper Manhattan and a gourmet kitchen connecting to a bright dining conservatory perfect for entertaining.

Lovingly collected art and antiques, custom furniture, hand-painted DeGournay wallpaper and exquisite Selene marble baths featuring deep soaking tubs delight guests with the impeccable comforts of home.

Five chic Specialty Suites are individually designed with hand-picked furnishings to resemble luxurious Manhattan apartments. Coveted for their corner locations on the hotel’s upper floors, these comfortable living spaces invite guests to linger longer by wood-burning fireplaces or host a dinner parties catered from the suite’s gourmet kitchen.

Several of these luxury Manhattan suites offer private terraces, while each one boasts spectacular city views.

Elegance reigns supreme in these coveted one bedroom suites many offering, granite kitchens, wood burning fireplaces and many with private landscaped terraces offering sweeping views of Manhattan.

Spacious master bedrooms, marble baths with heated floors and deep soaking tubs, and separate living rooms are uniquely appointed with hand-picked decor from custom oriental rugs and antique silk-painted art pieces to mirrored Jewel Box minibars or full kitchenettes.

Inspired by French artist Jacques Majorelle’s famously beguiling La Ville Rose home and gardens in Marrakesh, The Lowell’s Upper East Side restaurant and bar has created a gastronomic oasis and breathtaking botanical garden helmed by revered restaurateur Charles Masson, where timeless classics serve modern tastes and every detail reveals the stroke of an artist.

Celebrated restaurateur Charles Masson and his creative culinary team, under the leadership of Chef Emmanuel Niess, crafted a menu of French classics with Mediterranean influences from the Riviera to Morocco.

Seasonal ingredients and wine pairings change in tempo with the flowering botanical oasis in the Garden, which offers outdoor seating year round. Guests enjoy light lunches and relaxing dinners in an airy dining room filled with sunlight, laughter and clinking glasses of champagne.

As comfortable as it is luxurious, Majorelle is more than a restaurant, it’s a welcoming maison where guests are always made to feel at home.

At Jacques Bar, perfectly executed cocktails are mixed by skilled bartenders who know exactly what guests will order as soon as they arrive. Friends gather at their usual table to sip Manhattan’s best martinis and add to the bars lively atmosphere, while a delicious menu of light fare and signature dishes made from seasonal ingredients is apropos for every occasion.

The service is as flawless as the design with velvet banquettes, light oak paneling, mosaic marble floors and antique mirrored ceilings that reflect unforgettable New York moments. All adding to make Jacques bar one of the best hotel bars NYC.

One of the most beautiful club lounges in a New York hotel, The Club Room is a sumptuous hideaway for hotel guests with quiet corners to unwind. Parquet floors, elaborate crown molding and a library of curated vintage books create a warm and welcoming Upper East Side lounge with gracious hospitality.

Deep sofas and wingback club chairs offer a comfortable place to enjoy a drink or meal overlooking the garden, socialize with friends or sip a nightcap in front of the fireplace. Whether alone or with company, guests relaxing in the Club Room never feel the rush to be anywhere else.

The lobby’s new grand marble staircase directly accesses one of New York’s best kept secrets. Nestled on the second floor, large French doors open onto a European-inspired salon where afternoon tea is a perfected art.

The sparkle of crystal, gleaming silver and polished service offer a discreet and refined setting for breakfast, weekend brunch, the hotel’s famous afternoon tea or private evening events. The Pembroke Room is the perfect Central Park dining choice.

Set amid historic townhouses on East 63rd street between the iconic Madison and Park Avenues, The Lowell is immersed in Manhattan’s mecca of luxury. The world’s top international boutiques including Hermes, Chanel and Oscar de la Renta are located right around the corner.

Blocks away, luxury flagship stores line Fifth Avenue, while every shopper’s nirvana, the 3Bs – Bergdorf-Goodman, Barneys and Bloomingdale’s, are within walking distance. New York’s most beloved Central Park, is a short stroll from the hotel’s doorstep, offering quick entry to the park’s famous attractions including the zoo, Wollman skating rink and Sheep’s Meadow.

The hotel is situated among Museum Mile’s prestigious cultural institutions from The MET and Guggenheim to the MOMA and Frick Collection. Located in the heart of the Upper East Side, The Lowell connects guests to life in the neighborhood and provides unparalleled access to the city’s most celebrated landmarks beyond.

Central Park stretches 3 avenues wide from 59th street all the way up to 110th street. The park offers plenty of activities for all seasons: From April through November, one can row boats under Row Bridge on Central Park’s second largest water body.

Rent your row boats or gondolas tours at the Loeb Boathouse anytime between 10 am until dusk. Boats — which hold up to 4 people — are $15 per hour (cash only), $4 for each additional 15min with a $20 cash deposit.

Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. Additionally, classic Venetian gondola tours can be reserved for $45 per half hour. The boats hold up to 6 people. Enter the park on 72nd and 5th and follow the path to the boathouse.

One can also enjoy a relaxing picnic on The Great Lawn, located mid-park between 79th and 85th street or on the steps at the Bethesda Terrace, located mid-park on 72nd street.

If you’re looking to go on a run, the Jacqueline Kennedy reservoir has a 1.58 mile running path with a beautiful view of the water and NYC’s cityscapes, located between 86th and 96th street and 5th.

Another running option is the wide, most flat, dirt Bridle Path, which circles just below the reservoir’s main path. Start your run by entering the park on 90th street and 5th avenue, which will put you right on the path for a 2.5 mile run.

From visiting a tropical rainforest with rare birds to an icy antarctic to view penguins, Central Park Zoo offers a wide range of activities and events to interact with animals. It’s a great place to visit with kids, as well as a fun experience for adults.

The Solomon R. Guggenheim offers a wide selection of modern and contemporary art, featuring artists from the 19th century through the present. The museum offers special exhibitions, lecture by artists and critics, film screenings, classes for both teens and adults, and daily gallery tours.

Make your way up the grand spiral that rises towards the dome above and experience the Guggenheim’s exhibitions at your own pace. The museum is located in a modernist building on 89th street and 5th avenue, a 30 min walk or 12 min car ride from The Lowell Hotel.

The Frick, located at Henry Frick’s 18th century, french styled home, features his famous art collection. The exhibit has has paintings and sculptures from some of the world’s most renowned artists, such as Billini, Titian, Vermeer, Whistler, Goya and more.

The Frick also offers various educational programs through lectures by museum educators and curators, music and dance performances, courses and conversations, drawing programs etc. The exhibit is on 70th between madison and 5th avenue, a 10 min walk or 6 min drive from the Lowell Hotel.

Through its exhibits and events, The Metropolitan Museum of Art (The MET) explores all cultures through 5,000 years of artwork. The museum is sectioned into 3 sites: The MET Fifth Avenue, The MET Breuer, and The MET Cloisters.

Each month, The MET offers hundreds of events and programs through lectures, films, tours, performances, family activities etc. The MET is one of the most visited museums in the world, and the largest museum in the United States.

From European paintings, sculptures and drawings to armor and weapons from Europe, the Middle East, Asia and America, the MET Fifth Avenue introduces an abundance of art in 17 curatorial departments. The entrance is on 86th street and 5th avenue, a 20min walk or 10 min car ride from the Lowell Hotel.

Bloomingdale’s, Barney’s, and Bergdorf Goodman — also known as “the three B’s” — are three main department stores in New York City. Bloomingdales sells both mid-priced products and high-end designer brands.

The store has a range of cafes and restaurants to choose from: 40 carrots (frozen yogurt, fresh juices and smoothies), Magnolia Bakery (cupcakes), David Burke, and Le Train Bleu. Bloomingdales is located on 59th street and lexington, which is an 8min walk from the Lowell Hotel.

Barney’s primarily sells luxury designer brands. It has both a relaxing cafe, Genes, which offers salads, sandwiches, juices, and coffee, and a high-end restaurant on the top floor, Fred’s. Barney’s is located on 61st street and madison, which is a 4min walk from the Lowell Hotel.

Bergdorf Goodman also primarily sells luxury designer brands. Its high-end restaurant, BG Restaurant, has a beautiful view of Central Park. Bergdorf Goodman is located on 58th street and 5th, which is a 7min walk from the Lowell Hotel.

This church does not only attract those of the Catholic faith: its 13th-century gothic style and artful stain glass windows attract more than 5 million people of different nationalities and faiths a year. In a prominent part of NYC, the St. Patrick’s Cathedral is found on 51st street and 5th avenue.

The church offers daily mass and devotions: Mass is open at 7:00am, 7:30am, 8:00am, 12:00pm, 12:30pm, 1:00pm and 5:30pm on Monday-Friday; 8:00am and 12:00pm on Saturday; 7:00am, 9:00am, and 5:30pm on Sunday. Their monthly calendar can be found on their website for more details.

Rooms: 74
Price: from 998 EUR per night


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