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Why Stay At The Chatwal
A 1930s midtown Manhattan hangout has been converted into the 76-room Chatwal; it's now the buzziest place to stay in the Theater District.
Once a 1930s hangout for the likes of Fred Astaire, Irving Berlin, and John Barrymore, the Lambs Club, originally designed by Beaux-Arts architect Stanford White, has been reinvented as the new 76-room Chatwal. A decade in the making, the hotel is named after Indian entrepreneur Sant-Singh Chatwal (father of hotelier Vikram Chatwal). For the interiors, Thierry Despont put an updated twist on Art Deco: from the red-leather banquettes and a limestone fireplace to the terrazzo floors and leather-wrapped closets. Bellhops wear pillbox hats, and rooms are stocked with backgammon sets and copies of The Great Gatsby. A former library has been converted into the Stanford White Studio, a lounge and event space complete with original bookshelves and wood paneling. The hotel's restaurant, appropriately called the Lambs Club, is Manhattan's new hot spot: chef Geoffrey Zakarian serves modern American fare (olive oil and lemon-infused chicken, buttery poached halibut) while the bar turns out retro cocktails by Milk & Honey mixologist Sasha Petraske, who pioneered the city's speakeasy trend.
Shop New York's premier boutiques like a fashion insider thanks to The Chatwal's Fashion Cognoscenti package. Stylist Jean Mayer will tailor the day's itinerary to your tastes and help you select from this season's hottest trends (half-day tour for two people from $650, including private chauffeur and champagne).
Decompress at The Chatwal Spa by Kashwére with one of the oxygen infusion facials; the hyperbaric oxygen technology instantly hydrates and continues to rejuvenate the skin days after your treatment (facials from $100).
Arrive at John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) which is approximately 18 miles (about 30-45 minutes depending on traffic) away from the hotel.130 West 44th Street, New York, New York, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Fitness Center
- Jacuzzi Spa
- Lap Pool
- Spa Services
- Business Amenities
- Concierge Services
- Nearby Entertainment + Shopping
- Handmade Mattresses
- Frette Linens
- Plush Custom Robes
- Complimentary Internet Access
- Laptop Safes
- 42-inch HD TVs
- Blu Ray DVD
- Stereo Systems
- iPod Docks
- In-Room Bars
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Turndown Service
- In-Room Dining
- Welcome amenity of chocolates and bottled water
- Complimentary use of wireless internet
- Complimentary use of fitness center
- Complimentary Butler Service
- Complimentary newspapers and shoeshine
Why We Love New York
The Big Apple shines more brightly than ever before. Offerings of entertainment, shopping, museums or historical treasures are limitless and might lure even those who are visiting this hub strictly for business.
Gansevoort Street to West 30th Street, along 10th Avenue.
Where to Eat: Go no further than The Chatwal's first floor for a pretheater tasting menu at Geoffrey Zakarian's Lambs Club. Opt for the chef's tasting menu, where signature dishes include grilled Atlantic cod with celery root and lobster sofrito and a decadent lemon meringue tart drizzled with chamomile broth.
132 W. 44th St. 1-212-997-5262
Three-course tasting menu for two $88.
Where to Drink: The Bar Downstairs, a subterranean bar beneath the Andaz 5th Avenue lobby, feels more like a swank private lounge than the traditional midtown watering hole. Try a Cellar Door—Pimm's, lemon, bergamot syrup, spiced rum, and allspice dram.
485 Fifth Ave. 1-212-601-1234
Drinks for two $28.
Why Go Now
Now through January 15, 2012
Broadway: The Mountaintop
An interpretation of the events occurring the night before Martin Luther King, Jr.'s assassination, on the eve of his legendary "From the Mountaintop" speech.
Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre, 242 W. 45th St.
Tickets from $76.50.
Now through January 6, 2012
The Ice Rink at Rockefeller Center
Bundle up and strap on a pair of skates to glide under the gilded Prometheus statue for one of New York's celebrated holiday traditions.
Fifth Avenue between 49th Street and 50th Street.
Through October 30, 2011
"Anthony Caro on the Roof"
Modernist pieces by renowned British sculptor Anthony Caro are on display on the Met's rooftop.
Metropolitan Museum of Art. 1000 Fifth Ave. 1-212-535-7710
$25 per person.
November 24, 2011
Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade
A New York City tradition: the balloons and bands will perform along Fifth Avenue starting at 9:00 a.m.
Through January 9, 2012
"de Kooning: A Retrospective"
A glance at the evolution of Willem de Kooning—spanning seven decades from his early academic pieces in the '20s to his last abstract paintings in the '80s.
Museum of Modern Art. 11 West 53 St. 1-212-708-9400