V Trends: Vedere Picks 5 Hottest NYC Hotels That Feel Like Home

At some of New York City’s exclusive boutique hotels, travelers are given the opportunity to feel like they are home away from home. Celebrate the cozification of these über-glamorous hotspots with Vedere as we feature a few of our favorites.
Famed British hotel designers Tim and Kit Kemp have crossed the pond into New York City with the Crosby Street Hotel marks the first American venture of their celebrated Firmdale hotel group. An impressive 11-story construction, built from scratch on the site of a former parking lot boasts an interior look that is classically elegant and quirky yet entirely cozy.
(Photography Credit: Crosby Street Hotel)
2) The Bowery Hotel (featured image. Photography Credit: Bowery Hotel)
Designed by owners Sean MacPherson and Eric Goode (the team behind the Maritime Hotel and the Waverly Inn), The Bowery Hotel features threadbare carpets and velvet upholstery, conveying a sense of nostalgia and instant comfort.
(Photography Credit: Bowery Hotel)
Designed by Roman and Williams, Ace Hotel is quientenissally cool, complete with clothing emporium Opening Ceremony and decadently delicious Breslin all under one hip roof. Each hotel room feels like a personal apartment, with some featuring record players and guitars resting in the corner (extra strings are available upon request at the front desk).

(Photography Credit: Steven Alesch)
Designed by famed interior designer, Andi Pepper, Gansevoort Park is the second Gansevoort Hotel Group outpost created after the original location in New York City’s Meatpacking District helped to transform that area from gritty to chic. The three-story atrium lobby showcases striking herringbone granite floors, an oversized fireplace, and dramatic aubergine chandeliers.
(Photography Credit: Andi Pepper Interior Design)
Walk into the lobby of New York’s Gramercy Park Hotel to find 20th century masterpieces by artists, including Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Damien Hirst, Richard Prince, Keith Haring, and old friend to hotelier Ian Schrager, Julian Schnabel. With exhibited works that change periodically, guests are given a rare opportunity to experience museum-quality art in an exclusively intimate and personal setting.
(Photography Credit: Gramercy Park Hotel)
(Photography Credit: Gramercy Park Hotel)
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