NYC hotel expands suite options

The Atrium Suite was inspired by Central Park and is meant to look like a greenhouse. Photo credit: Hilton

While many hotel rooms are downsizing, the recently opened Conrad New York Midtown—formerly The London NYC—is expanding its guestrooms. 

Every one of the hotel's 562 rooms is suite-sized, starting at a minimum of 500 square feet, and has separate living and sleeping spaces. The hotel also has several premium suites, like the Sky Suites (designed as a nod to the nearby Ivy League clubs), the Atrium Suite (inspired by Central Park and housed within a greenhouse-like space with all-glass surrounds) and the split-level Penthouse Suite (decorated with prints from Joan Miro, Alexander Calder and Francoise Gilot throughout its 3,000 square feet).

In partnership with Junket Production, New York-based design firm Stonehill Taylor created four additional shooting suites intended for celebrity use during Hollywood premieres and press tours. Use of these suites includes access to a control room and a green room. 
 
The lobby, meanwhile, displays public art, including a sculpture of Leda and the Swan by Carole A. Feuerman.

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