HOK restyles Mandarin Oriental, New York’s suites

The five-star Mandarin Oriental, New York debuted its 42 restyled one- and two-bedroom suites that feature views of Central Park, the Hudson River and the Manhattan skyline.

Designed by global architecture, design, engineering and planning firm HOK, the suites now fall under one of three distinct themes: the 820 square-foot New York Sunrise-themed Central Park View Suite; the 800 square-foot New York Dusk-themed Hudson River View Suite; and the New York Nights-themed 800 square-foot Premier Central Park View Suite and 1,220 square-foot Two Bedroom Central Park West Suite.

Complementing the suites' interiors is an art collection curated by Rare Culture, which also drew inspiration from New York City. There are also original pieces by New York-based and New York-inspired artists, including Steve Wasterval, Per Johannson and Emmanuel Frangeul a.k.a. Blew.

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