Chambers Hotel

A chic, industrial hotel
VERIFIED LUXURY
Located in Midtown Manhattan, Chambers Hotel is at the center of everything you’d ever want to see and do during your visit to New York. The noise and chaos found on 56th Street seem to go silent as soon as you walk through the front door of this charming boutique hotel. Grab a latté and birthday-cake truffle at Momofuku Milk Bar—the Christina Tosi dessert bar connected to the hotel—or lunch at David Chang’s Má Pêche before retreating to your room to relax and unwind.

A modern and industrial vibe, mixed with pieces from the hotel’s private art collection, makes each guest room feel more like a private apartment than a luxury hotel room. Plus, you’ll love the range of amenities—complimentary loaner iPads and iPods, in-room Bose sound systems and free Wi-Fi among them—all designed to keep you comfortable during your stay.
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Our Inspector's Highlights
• Chambers Hotel is in Midtown Manhattan, only three blocks from Central Park. This hotel places you at the center of the city and most of the city’s major sights are walkable.

• It’s a stone’s throw from Times Square, Rockefeller Center, MoMA and some of the city’s most exclusive shopping boutiques on Fifth Avenue (Prada and Tiffany & Co. are your neighbors).

• Like all good things in Manhattan, Chambers Hotel is tough to spot from the outside. But as soon as you step through the front doors, you’ll be transported to an urban oasis—one that’s sleek, sophisticated and demure.

• Every detail has been carefully thought out, from the personal library of art books to the architect’s table, which comes complete with a roll of paper that runs the length of the table, perfect for jotting down notes.
Things to Know
• If you have plans to venture out and into another neighborhood, it’s easy to do. Chambers Hotel is easily accessible by subway, and cabs are easy to come by, too.

• New York is alive with activity year-round. But hotel’s Midtown location makes all of Manhattan’s major sights walkable—unless the temperatures dip below freezing. So plan your visit for when the weather is warm.

• Designed by David Rockwell, Chambers Hotel captures a downtown vibe with an artful edge.

• The loft-like design of the lobby makes you feel like you’re in an apartment downtown, not a boutique Midtown hotel. Expect dark, earthy tones, all designed to complement the bright and vibrant collection of modern art.

• Even the hallways have style—one floor is painted hot pink, while the walls of another floor are decorated with photographs of feet walking the streets of New York.
The Rooms
• Whether you’re traveling alone or with a family, you’ll be impressed by the variety of room configurations—a rarity in Manhattan—all designed to accommodate your needs.

• The terrace suites include your own private balcony complete with sweeping views of the city skyline, and lounge chairs for relaxing outdoors. The deluxe queen is another gem; it provides you with a corner view of the city.

• There’s even a studio double featuring two double beds, a setup that’s perfect for families and one that can be hard to find in a boutique hotel of this kind.

• Expect to find apartment-like features in every room: metal keys instead of electronic keycards, your own personal library of books in the suites and an art collection that includes more than 500 pieces sprinkled throughout the hotel.
The Restaurant
• Chambers Hotel is home to Má Pêche, the only restaurant in David Chang’s East Village–reared Momofuku empire to occupy a location in Midtown New York. Hotel guests get top priority for reservations, which can be a tough seat to come by.

• Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the restaurant is a go-to spot for the adventurous diner who’s interested in tasting some of the best American Nouveau cuisine the city has to offer.

• Executive Chef Paul Carmichael (formerly of wd~50) changes the menu frequently—in fact, the restaurant recently unveiled a 10-course chef’s counter tasting menu (called Kappo), a sign of its commitment to keeping things fresh.

• Má Pêche’s large-format meal is chicken or lamb with rice, but you can choose from a selection of snacks, small plates, bowls, noodles and more.

• If you’re craving something sweet, you’re in luck: The restaurant is also home to the Midtown outpost of pastry chef Christina Tosi’s bakery, Momofuku Milk Bar.
Getting There
15 West 56th Street, New York, New York 10019
TEL866-204-5656
TEL212-204-7712
NEARBY AIRPORT(S)
JFK (28-50 min)   LGA  
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