Jeffrey Beers designs Renaissance New York Midtown Hotel

Renaissance New York Midtown

Renaissance Hotels will open the Renaissance New York Midtown Hotel in spring. Designed by Jeffrey Beers International, the hotel will be part of the Garment District community.

The Renaissance New York Midtown Hotel will have 348 guestrooms (including seven Executive Suites and one Celebrity Suite). The rooms will have Wanderlust design accents, including floor-to-ceiling windows and the juxtaposition of concrete to wood in the décor, as well as a mixture of neutral colors with pops of purple or grey throughout the bedding and upholstery. The rooms will have pale finishes and will adhere to an uncluttered aesthetic. A gradient frosted-glass shower wall will separate the all-white Italian marble en-suite bathroom from the sleeping area.

Renaissance New York Midtown

Guests entering the property from either 34th or 35th Streets will see digital displays projected along the corridor, a passage which will span the length of the block. The highlight of the digital experience will be an alcove located near the 34th street entrance that will act as a virtual concierge.

Guests checking in will travel to the sixth floor hotel lobby. The lobby will have The Navigator on one side, as well as a Library Lounge, Lobby Bar, a hidden DJ booth and a balcony that overlooks the fifth-floor terrace below.

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The Club Lounge will also be located on the sixth floor. The space will have contemporary furniture, high-tech amenities and artworks.

The Renaissance New York Midtown Hotel will have the largest outdoor space in all of Manhattan. At 8,000 square feet, the fifth floor terrace will have a retractable roof, private cabanas, seating and two bars. The hotel will similarly have a number of terrace suites with outdoor space. 

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