After renovation work, The Marlton Hotel in Greenwich Village, built around 1900, recently reopened its doors. Behind the elegant interior is the hotelier Sean MacPherson, inspired by the „Paris from Fitzgerald’s novel ‚Tender is the Night'“ and no less Grand Hotel than the Ritz. At lightning speed, the Marlton has now become the new darling of the fashion scene. And not only the room comfort is convincing, but also the innovative cocktails and the Mediterranean menu à la Yotam Ottolenghi. And who would have expected this hotel history? Jack Kerouac, for example, wrote „Subterraneans“ here and Valerie Solanas prepared her assassination attempt on Warhol in room 214. Of course, all this is by no means concealed – but is supposed to make the Marlton as shady and attractive as a second Chelsea Hotel.
5 W 8th St
NY 10011 New York- Greenwich Village
phone: +1 (212) 321-0100
price: double from $250,-