The Chambers Hotel is one of New York’s most alluring and chic hotels located in Midtown Manhattan, just off Fifth Avenue on 56th Street. Conveniently located near Fifth Avenue shopping, museums and Central Park, Chambers Hotel offers the uptown luxury and downtown cool that so many have come to expect from NYC hotels. With a relaxed yet attentive culture of service, there’s an oasis of calm amid the hustle and bustle of the outside world.
Features and Amenities
The 72 rooms and 5 suites at the Chambers Hotel are large, spacious, loft-like and evoke the atmosphere of the downtown New York art scene; featuring over 500 works of art with each floor features hotel-commissioned artworks from names like John Waters. Each room, designed by the renowned David Rockwell, features oversized, panoramic windows, open layouts, subtle color palettes, shelves filled with glossy art books and industrial architecture seamlessly merged with deluxe amenities and lavish details. Two of the one-bedroom suites include oversized terraces, while the Duplex Suite boasts 900 sq ft of indoor space & 400 sq ft of outdoor space, showcasing panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline.
Each room offers complimentary high speed internet access and large work desks with modems. You’ll also find flat screen wall-mounted TVs with satellite and cable channels, as well as in-room bars with Dean & Deluca specialities, gifts, wine and beverages. There are large in-room safes and CD/DVD players and iPod docking stations in all rooms, complimentary access to fully loaded iPods, a CD/DVD library and one-touch dialing to Henri Bendel and Exhale Spa! Beds are dressed in 300 thread count Egyptian cotton, while the bathrooms offer luxurious terry bathrobes and slippers, personal size Red Flower bath products and hairdryers.
The hotel offers quite the in-house restaurant, Má Pêche, which is a branch of David Chang’s Momofuku restaurants. Led by executive chef/owner Tien Ho, this location is just like the stripped-down Momofuku venues that customers and fans alike have come to expect from the downtown locations. There are no tablecloths (the communal tables are made of recycled plywood) and no flatware (disposable chopsticks are provided in cups). The Vietnamese-French inspired menu is small by midtown standards, but it does not lack on the flavors. The wine list, which is supplemented with bottles from the previous occupant of the Chambers space, Town, is more varied than anything at the Momofuku locations.
Located West of Fifth Avenue, between Central Park and The Museum of Modern Art, the Chambers Hotel sits amid some of the most luxurious shopping in the city. The hotel offers customized itineraries for gallery tours, restaurant hopping, museum visits or simple walk about advice make a big city manageable. Renowned performing arts, intimate club dates, Museum Mile, auctions of art world titans, store front galleries, temples of gastronomy and hole-in-the-wall eateries make a bewildering yet heady mix, and the front desk clerks at the hotel are happy to offer their favorite recommendations. In short, the Chambers Hotel offers a great centralized location from which to enjoy all your New York adventures.