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Ace Hotel New York
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Why Stay At Ace Hotel New York
This edgy hotel conceived by Seattle-based hipsters celebrates the "downtown" scene in midtown Manhattan.
Just as the Ace arrived on the northern edge of Manhattan's Flatiron District, its host neighborhood was being named by critics and real estate agents: NoMad, or "North of Madison Park." Taking over a once seedy hotel from the early 1900s, the Breslin, Ace New York brought in downtown edge with 260 modern and masculine spacious rooms, paying tribute to the area with its own "outside-the-box" cool: guest bathrobes are "boxing robes" (the basement used to be a boxing ring); closets are simply garment racks (homage to the nearby Garment District), and the restaurant honors the former hotel with its name, Breslin. Modern charm is redefined in the most unconventional way: rooms are equipped with Gibson guitars, full-size Smeg refrigerators, and turntables.
Ace is big on collaboration with other lifestyle-driven brands. For instance, room 501 is the Levi's room. Stay there for custom-made denim headboards and messenger bags to use during your stay.
Don't miss the notable ground-floor amenities, which include Stumptown Coffee, Opening Ceremony, sandwich shop No. 7, and the new John Dory restaurant (by the owners of the famous Spotted Pig in the West Village), all of which have cult-following status.
John F Kennedy International Airport (JFK) is approximately 17 miles (30-60 minutes) from the hotel. LaGuardia Airport (LGA) is approximately 9 miles (15-55 minutes) from the hotel. Newark Liberty International Airport is approximately 16 miles (30-80 minutes) from the hotel.20 West 29th Street, New York, New York, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Fitness Center
- Free Wireless
- Event Space
- Vintage Furniture
- Mini Bars
- Sub Shop
- Coffee House
- Lobby Bar + DJ
- 24-Hour Room Service
Why We Love New York
Innovation. Style. Culture. Design. Expect cutting-edge everything in one of the world's most epic urban centers.
Epic Flavors: Resto. Innovative Belgian cuisine with an extensive Belgian beer list. Dinner for two $80. 111 East 29th St. 212/685-5585. Read More
Best Cocktails: Black Door. No-frills dive bar with celebrity sightings, like frequent guest Paul Rudd. Drinks for two $20. 127 West 26th St. 212/645-0215.
Top Shopping Spot: Opening Ceremony. Inside the Ace hotel, this New York City institution for men carries clothing and apparel by young designers like Proenza Schouler. 1190-1192 Broadway. 646/695-5680. Read More
Why Go Now
November 15, 2012 - February 18, 2013
See the works of one of America's greatest 20th-century Realist painters in new light.
Metropolitan Museum of Art.
March 17, 2013
St. Patrick's Day
NYC turns green (almost) on this exciting day, with city-wide celebrations, including the famous St. Patrick's Day Parade.
April 17-28, 2013
Tribeca Film Festival
Robert De Niro's downtown festival draws roughly 400,000 indie-film fans each year. Visit the website for the full schedule of screenings, panels, talks and other events.
Various New York City venues.
May 25-27 + June 1-2, 2013
Washington Square Outdoor Art Exhibit
More than 120 artists and artisans—including painters, sculptors, jewelers and glassblowers—exhibit their wares at the Washington Square Park Outdoor Art Exhibit.
From Washington Square East at 3rd St. to University Place at 12th St.