A retro Manhattan beauty

100 Rooms / 50 Suites

Boasting a lobby with bold black-and-white marble floors and plush velvet settees, plus guest rooms designed in a calming neutral color palette with dark wood trim and textured fabric wallpaper with crown molding, The Mark is one of New York City’s chicest retreats, having been decorated top-to-bottom by French designer Jacques Grange.

In the heart of the Upper East Side and steps from Madison Avenue shopping and museums like The Whitney, the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel offers an ideal base for discovering Uptown Manhattan and displays a unique, boutique vibe, perfect for the fashion-forward set or those who shun larger chains.

Yet there’s plenty to explore in the hotel itself, including dining on contemporary American cuisine at The Mark Restaurant, helmed by Jean-Georges Vongerichten, booking a hair appointment at the esteemed Frédéric Fekkai salon, or indulging in a bit of bubbly at the ’60s-inspired Mark Bar, outfitted with cow print couches and twinkling lights.