Chic in New York: The Marlton Hotel
04 . 01 . 14
If I lived downtown, I would hang out at The Marlton Hotel everyday. It’s the type of place that looks like it’s been there forever when in actuality, the hotel used to be the former flophouse of Jack Kerouac and Lenny Bruce. The space has had a top to bottom make over by the keen eye of owner Sean MacPherson. When I visited, I couldn’t stop ogling the design details like the great lighting and brass fixtures, as well as the gorgeous new restaurant Margaux. On a grey, cold day, the enclosed outdoor space was bright and uplifting. I hear the rooms in the hotel are a bit on the small side but when you visit New York, you should be out enjoying the city or at least sitting in the chic lobby.
The Marlton Hotel
5 West 8th Street
Between 5th and 6th Avenues
New York, NY 10011
Photos 1,3, 5, 9, 15, 25 by me. All other photos via The Marlton Hotel.
The Marleton Hotel has that understated, rich clubby look I love!
The Arts by Karena
Oh wow – what a stuning place!!! I love every single picture, it does look very chic indeed! 🙂
Sandra from http://www.chicplaisir.com
Love the little red booths and ADORE the Marimekko wallpaper at the end!
Heather, did they make the warhol flower wallpaper in the bathroom? Or can it be purchased, do you know? I need that?!?! xx
I had never heard of this place when I lived in New York! Now I must curl up on one of those sofas the next time I visit!!