New York City’s hotel scene is one of the world’s best. The brand-new Pendry Manhattan West has only set the bar higher.
Located near Hudson Yards, the Pendry Manhattan West is as refined as they come.
Take the lobby, where French Deco, European, and Mid-Century design artfully conjoin. Brown tones dress the space. Among many other soothing-toned furnishings, a milk-chocolate-colored cotton velvet sofa sits in front of a communal fireplace, which is defined by a towering smooth travertine breast jutting out from two chiseled limestone flanks on each side.
Branching off the lobby is Bar Pendry, which glows with shimmering tones and ornate accents. It’s divided into two areas: one end hosts the lounge space—a section anchored by a fireplace surrounded in floor-to-ceiling oil-rubbed bronze; and the other features a counter-height bar facing a large-scale piece of art by local artist Nancy Lorenz. The menu’s assemblage of small bites and creative cocktails make for perfect company.
When heading further back on the ground level, guests meet Zou Zou’s: the hotel’s soon-to-open restaurant, which is due to serve Eastern Mediterranean-style cuisine. Renowned chefs Madeline Sperling and Juliana Latif are at the helm. The Levant region inspires every ounce of the décor and blueprint: dark wood plasters, oak-white plasters, vibrant blue & green tiles, arches, and domes set the scene.
All the hotel’s 164 guestrooms are designed to be a serene retreat from the bustle of the Big Apple. Neutral color schemes, deft millwork, and fine wood finishes reign throughout. Clean and trim are the names of the game here. Architecturally unique, many guestrooms have curvaceous floor-to-ceiling windows that peer out towards the city, making for a spacious environment.
If in the mood for a splurge, check into the Pendry Suite on the 21st floor: awe-inspiring skyline views, a living room plus grand piano, fireplace, and dining space for eight are what you can expect.
You heard it here: Pendry Manhattan West is NYC’s coolest new spot.