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Rooms and Suites at The Mark Hotel

From 1,170 USD
Madison Room

Madison Room ( 450ft2 )

With furnishings of ebony, sycamore and nickel, fine Italian linens and bedding by Quagliotti, the Madison King Rooms serve as a chic and private oasi...

From 1,210 USD
Superior Courtyard Room

Superior Courtyard Room ( 450ft2 )

With furnishings of ebony, sycamore and nickel, fine Italian linens and bedding by Quagliotti, the Superior Courtyard King Rooms serve as a chic and p...

From 1,320 USD
Seventy Seven Room

Seventy Seven Room ( 500ft2 )

With furnishings of ebony, sycamore and nickel, fine Italian linens and bedding by Quagliotti, the Seventy Seven King Rooms serve as a chic and privat...

From 1,892 USD
Seventy Seven Junior Suite

Seventy Seven Junior Suite ( 800ft2 )

With furnishings of ebony, sycamore and nickel, fine Italian linens and bedding by Quagliotti, the Seventy Seven Junior Suites serve as a chic and pri...

From 2,134 USD
Courtyard Junior Suite

Courtyard Junior Suite ( 700ft2 )

With furnishings of ebony, sycamore and nickel, fine Italian linens and bedding by Quagliotti, the Courtyard Junior Suites serve as a chic and private...

From 2,822 USD
Park Studio

Park Studio ( 800ft2 )

With furnishings of ebony, sycamore and nickel, fine Italian linens and bedding by Quagliotti, the Park Studios serve as a chic and private oasis in t...

From 3,052 USD
Manhattan Suite

Manhattan Suite ( 855ft2 )

With furnishings of ebony, sycamore and nickel, fine Italian linens and bedding by Quagliotti, the Manhattan Suites serve as a chic and private oasis...

From 3,283 USD
Garden Suite

Garden Suite ( 890ft2 )

With furnishings of ebony, sycamore and nickel, fine Italian linens and bedding by Quagliotti, the Garden Suites serve as a chic and private oasis in...

From 3,360 USD
Madison Suite

Madison Suite ( 1100ft2 )

With furnishings of ebony, sycamore and nickel, fine Italian linens and bedding by Quagliotti, the Madison Suites serve as a chic and private oasis in...

From 3,972 USD
1 Bedroom Mark Premier Suite

1 Bedroom Mark Premier Suite ( 1000ft2 )

With furnishings of ebony, sycamore and nickel, fine Italian linens and bedding by Quagliotti, the Mark Premier One Bedroom Suites serve as a chic and...

From 4,925 USD
2 Bedroom Mark Suite

2 Bedroom Mark Suite ( 1544ft2 )

With furnishings of ebony, sycamore and nickel, fine Italian linens and bedding by Quagliotti, the Mark Two Bedroom Suites serve as a chic and private...

From 5,953 USD
2 Bedroom Mark Premier Suite

2 Bedroom Mark Premier Suite ( 1640ft2 )

With furnishings of ebony, sycamore and nickel, fine Italian linens and bedding by Quagliotti, The Mark Premier Two Bedroom Suites serve as a chic and...

The Mark Hotel



The corner of Madison Avenue and East 77th Street is where The Mark Hotel is. It is a beautiful 1927 landmark building. However, on the inside, the hotel has been completely rethought and given a new life and identity for the 21st century. A five-star luxury hotel that has just been reborn has old-world comfort, cutting-edge design, and the latest technology. In addition, there is a level of personal service never seen before in a five-star hotel in New York.

Jacques Grange and Olivier Lordonnois, the hotel's general manager, were two of the most influential people who helped in the renewal. As a result, the Mark Hotel symbolizes the best of both worlds: high French style and cutting-edge American technology and comfort. In the hotel, there are both bold and quiet things to enjoy. The graphic lobby is bright and cheerful, and it's full of unique art that surprises and intrigues.

Location

In New York City, The Mark Hotel is on the Upper East Side, near Madison Ave. It is less than a block from Central Park. Moreover, you can be in the middle of a group of high-end shops like Vera Wang, Missoni, and Christian Louboutin in a few minutes. A modern art branch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art called the Met Breuer is three minutes away from the hotel.

Additionally, the museum's main building is less than five minutes away. People who want to go uptown and downtown can take the six subway train two streets east of the hotel. However, the only metro that's close by is the one that runs through the city. Taxis and buses work just as well as other ways to get around.

Style and Character

Make sure you're ready for old-world glamor when you walk into the lobby. This is a massive space with black and white marble flooring and a grand staircase. Moreover, a small reception desk is off to the side, giving guests much room to move around.

Additionally, sconce-lit walls, mirrored lift doors, plush furniture, and bold, abstract art make the Upper East Side feel sleek and modern. This isn't what you'd expect from the neighborhood. When it comes to design, the chic restaurant and bar with mood lighting and chairs that you can sink into have to be one of the best places to be. You'll think you were taken to Paris for the night.

Design

When The Mark wanted to build a grand hotel in the United States, they hired well-known French designer Jacques Grange. Grange has worked with some of the world's best and most demanding style-makers. Yves St. Laurent and Valentino are two of his clients. So Grange was the perfect person to change the design of the hotel. It helped the hotel feature in the Condé Nast Traveler. He could make big, modern rooms that also had a dramatic effect and small, quiet rooms that felt like private retreats.

Additionally, Pierre Passebon, a Parisian design gallerist, helped him choose and design custom furnishings for the hotel. He also worked with Ron Arad, Vladimir Kagan, and Mattia Bonetti. They commissioned many objet d'art furniture and lighting fixtures made just for the hotel.

Rooms and Suites

The 152 oversized rooms and suites show calm and are a little less flashy than the public areas. People can choose from a Madison Queen to a three- or five-bedroom suite with a full kitchen and bathrooms. There is also The Mark Penthouse with a private balcony. They all have a lot of space.

Additionally, there are ebony, oak, and nickel furniture in all of them. Quagliotti also makes Italian linens. There are black and white stripes on the bathtubs, too. Crestron panels make it easy to control your home's lighting, temperature, and shades. Furthermore, there is enough room to store things and hang clothes in the rooms. Plus, there are also Sub-Zero fridges. They are a pleasant surprise on the first night of your stay.

Restaurants and Bars

At The Mark Hotel, there's always a good thing to go with everything. World-renowned chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten is behind all of the restaurants and in-room dining options at this hotel. Check-in The Mark Restaurant by Jean Georges. It has a mind-blowing design and a tempting menu made by New York City's best chef, Jean-Georges Vongerichten.

The Mark Bar

The Mark Bar is the most stylish place to meet on Madison Avenue. It was designed by Jacques Grange and had furniture made by Vladimir Kagan and Guy de Rougemont. It's great for meeting after work, before dinner, or after going to the theater. Besides, the drinks at this famous New York City bar are made by hand and include classic and unique cocktails.

The Frédéric Fekkai Salon

Guests at the hotel can get the full range of services that made Fekkai world famous. This includes his unique approach to hair and beauty and the high level of pampering. There are also massages and the high-quality products that he made famous. You just need to call the Concierge.

Bergdorf Goodman

All of the rooms at this hotel have a door that goes to Bergdorf Goodman. At The Mark Hotel, they think of luxury as being able to get your hands on the things and services that so many people can't reach. Well-trained staff knows that even seasoned travelers who travel a few times a year sometimes need extra help. Whether it's to make dreams come true, find the perfect fit for a hard-to-find table, or get your hands on a well-curated collection.

Guests at The Mark Hotel will be able to shop with personal shoppers. Thanks to the store's partnership with the hotel, they can also get advice from Bergdorf Goodman's staff. A simple call to the Concierge will give you access to a wide range of goods and services from Bergdorf Goodman, like clothes and shoes.

Takeaway

It's in the middle of the Upper East Side, so stay at this fancy hotel near Central Park. People who stay at the Mark Hotel will have a lot of space to spread out and a lot of nice things to look at. There is a Jean-Georges Vongerichten restaurant where the rich and stylish eat and drink. There is also free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel. At the front desk, people are friendly and polite during check-in and check out. The restaurant staff and housekeeping have a lot of nice things to say and something to talk about.

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