Top Luxury Hotels and Restaurants To Go During AD Design Show 2019! – Start planning your amazing trip for the iconic Architectural Digest Show 2019 with this incredible city guide that will help you find the best locations to sleep and eat in the amazing New York City!
From 21st to the 24th of March, the city of New York will stop to receive one of the most expect design events organized by the one and only Architectural Digest Magazine… That’s right the AD Design Show 2019 is right outside the door and you know what that means… It’s time to start planning your amazing trip to the famous Big Apple. Our ultimate New York city guide will tell you the best boutique hotels to sleep and the best luxurious restaurants for the ultimate design experience. Ready?
In case you haven’t heard about this amazing design event (which I doubt it) the AD show is a top design show that offers thousands of products to source and shop that are presented from independent makers and established manufacturers. This year is the 18th edition and it will feature more than 400 luxury design brands, such as Covet House, Miele, Essential Home, DelightFULL, Campagna, Brabbu and Alexander Gyrai!
The 52-story Trump International Hotel & Tower is a luxury hotel in Midtown Manhattan that is simply dedicated to exceeding expectations. With a Five-Diamond restaurant, the hotel guests are surrounded at all times by impeccable design style, spectacular service and rich, luxurious amenities, including a personal Attaché service exclusive to Trump.
Simultaneously sophisticated and complex, this New York midtown boutique hotel, located in the city’s midtown, features a floor-to-ceiling hand-forged cast bronze fireplace, a twenty-foot screen that was once part of the façade of a building in France and hand-upholstered leather walls reminiscent of African tribal art.
Designed by Frederick Law Olmsted in the mid-19th century, the Ritz-Carlton New York has a unique Art Deco facade facing the famous Central Park and it offers all of the elegance and charm of a private home. This luxury hotel features 259 lavishly appointed guest rooms and suites with a heightened level of comfort and privacy.
Inspired by the billionaire’s Art Deco townhouse, the atmosphere of this boutique hotel features a mesmerizing Chuck Close tapestry of Kate Moss in the lobby and the Coco Chanel-inspired Bar Pleiades. This design hotel rooms range from classic ‘salons’ with hand-painted wardrobes, fireplaces and private terraces, to various luxury suites starting from 600sqft, with separate living, dining, and kitchen areas.
The Forbes five-star and AAA five-diamond luxury hotel it’s located at 2 East 55th Street between Madison and Fifth Avenues, in Manhattan. The boutique hotel features dramatically redesigned guestrooms, suites, and public spaces along with the debut of the new King Cole Bar & Salon, The St. Regis New York has unveiled uptown sophistication meets downtown chic at Manhattan’s best address.
Distinctive for its exposed brick and butcher-block flooring marks the evocative lines of the industrial design style from the past. The furniture designs of the boutique hotel were custom-designed to enhance the elegant vibe of the space.
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For lovers of Italian cuisine, Sessanta is the stylish Italian restaurant in the Soho hotel Sixty Lure Fishbar.
Laurent Tourondel’s Italian-influenced American restaurant has a menu that includes market-driven salads, fresh plates of pasta, thin-crust pizzas, and rustic meat dishes.
Aldo Sohm’s annexed Wine Bar is far less buttoned-up than its big brother, but the level of detail here proves this apple didn’t fall far from the tree.
Vaucluse serves French classics like duck à l’orange, sole meunière, and escargots à la Bourguignonne.
This fireplace-lit space goes back to the late 19th-century style when the area was dubbed the Tenderloin due to its casinos, brothels, and crime.
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