This week’s “Hotel of the Week” blog is going to be about the new Conrad New York. This ultra-modern hotel offers multiple amenities and has all-suite guest rooms. One of my favorite things about it is its location. It is located only a few blocks from New York City’s famous World Trade Center and the Freedom Tower. Now let’s get into the details about this fantastic hotel.
This hotel has one of the most modern atrium lobbies I have ever seen and I have seen a quite a few. The lobby at the Conrad New York is truly something different. The Lobby has a 15-floor atrium with multiple modern art pieces hanging down with a giant blue wall coming down the atrium from the ceiling. Once you enter the hotel your eyes are drawn to the beautiful marble stairway, for those who may have difficulty climbing stairs, there are two escalators on the side. At the top of the stairs is the main lobby where you can view the magnificent atrium.
The Hotel check-in area is made up of three modern desks with a white lighted background which give off a luxurious effect. All of the furniture in the lobby is modern, the couches and chairs are adorned with orange lights emitting out from the bottom giving it a futuristic feel, it is truly spectacular. The view from the top top floors looking down the atrium to the lobby is possitively breathtaking.
All of the dining options at the composition are unique and delicious but there are so many different options when choosing where to eat so I am simply going to list the description of each of the restaurants as it is showed on the hotel’s website.
ATRIO Wine Bar & Restaurant
Marrying old world respect for great food and flavors with a contemporary attitude toward style and service, ATRIO Wine Bar & Restaurant provides a modern Mediterranean experience that is, at once, authentic, approachable and relevant to hotel and neighborhood guests
Loopy Doopy Rooftop Bar
Perched atop of the new Conrad New York is a seasonal destination with stunning views and a contemporary décor. A chic terrace bar featuring an array of cocktails, wines and more – it’s the perfect place to get together and unwind.
Staying in any of the hotel’s 463 stylish suites will make anyone feel as if they were royalty. All the rooms at the Conrad Hotel have a nice modern touch and with its mood lighting it is really an amazing relaxing experience. All bathrooms have stand up showers and nice sized vanities so you will have a plenty of space to do anything you need to. All rooms have different styles of art on the walls and of course, every room has a great view, I personally would want to stay in the Hudson River View Suite because I think that room has the best view!
- Deluxe suite with king bed
- Hudson River suite with king bed
- Executive suite with one king bed
- Conrad suite
Conrad New York is located in the city that never sleeps, there is always something to do. The hotel is just steps away from the World Trade Center and just a five 5 minute walk from the Hudson River. Take a ferry ride to see the iconic Statue of Liberty, in the mood of something more exciting? take a short subway ride to Time Square where the lights of Broadway will mesmerize you. In the mood for some shopping? The high end brands like Prada, Gucci, Cartier and more are on 5th Avenue. Is nature your thing? There can be nature in a big city like New York, Central Park is an amazing park that takes up the middle of Manhattan. If your looking for a restaurant or a bar just walk down any block and there will be more options than you could possibly choose from (The small hole in the wall ones are the best). There are many many things to do in the area, so don’t worry you will find something to keep you busy.
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Quote from: Conrad Hilton
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