The vibe of this hotel is so art deco. Sitting on a big avenue in Central NY, the Viceroy Hotel seemed to jump out of the shadows like Batman giving out his very regal yet very gotham comic version of a stylish art deco hotel. Come inside and let us guide you througth the world of Viceroy interiors… And we promise no bats.
With its geometric structure, black-brick facade and muntined windows, the Viceroy’s built-from-scratch skyscraper would make a fitting HQ for a classic comic-book villain.
About Viceroy NYC Hotel: “Buttoned-up Midtown Manhattan gets a much needed dose of downtown cool at the Roman and Williams-designed Viceroy New York hotel. A brand new build inside and out, but with an established, sophisticated style that references glamorous 1920s-era New York making it feel like a neighbourhood regular. And, with a destination restaurant and see-and-be-seen rooftop bar, it’s sure to be a favourite of visitors and local, alike.”
The double-height lobby still suggests a mid century aesthetic with lavish use of contrasting Paonazzo marble, sleek leather seating in shades of putty and caramel, and brass-topped cocktail tables. The guests’ library behind the check-in area is stocked with NYC-themed books selected by the designers, and a bartender mixes free cocktail samples on weekdays from 5:30 to 7:30pm. In the snug standard quarters, custom-made iroko-wood cabinets flanking the bed evoke a first-class cabin back when ocean liners were glamorous.
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