The LowellNew York, New York
The Upper East Side of New York City is undoubtedly an epicenter of international culture, style, and leisure, attracting world travelers in pursuit of an Epicurean escape. Holding its stately position between notable Park and Madison Avenues, The Lowell hotel is New York City's answer to the bright lights and boundless energy of a place that never sleeps. From the doorman and welcome beverage that will greet you upon your arrival, to the multi-lingual concierge, whose presence ensures every detail of your stay is addressed with personalized care, you will find that there are no limits to your pleasure at this lavish pied-à-terre.
A deluxe one-bedroom suite calls to you with unmatched elegance and luxuries such as Bulgari amenities, a marble bathroom and a full-service, granite topped kitchen. 24-hour in-room dining means never having to leave the plush opulence of your suite, but brunch in The Pembroke Room will make it difficult to stay in. The younger members of the family are welcome to experience a touch of splendor during Children's Tea, while you enjoy the midday ritual of the city's socialites during Afternoon Tea, complete with petit fours, caviar, and clotted cream, a teatime favorite of Britain's crème de la crème. The hotel is within walking distance of Museum Mile, the city's block of internationally acclaimed cultural institutions, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Smithsonian Institute. Then, a leisurely stroll down Fifth Avenue puts you in the heart of a shopper's nirvana, with your choice of haute couture and haute cuisine to tempt your wallet and your palate. A picnic in Central Park as the sun descends behind the trees in tones of soft pinks and gentle yellows sets an amorous tone for the remainder of your evening. With all of this just steps from your door, it is no wonder esteemed publications such as The New York Times and Forbes Magazine have praised The Lowell hotel as one of the Top 100 Hotels of the World.
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