Next Travel Review : The Lowell : New York City
Is there a person in the world who doesn't love a plush, luxurious, boutique hotel? Certainly, I am a HUGE fan of these speciality hotels where the attention to detail and service is beyond parallel. This week I am headed back to New York City to review The Lowell. Here is what their website says about the hotel, more to come from me after the stay (!!!):
Located on a quiet, tree – lined street off Madison Avenue, The Lowell is in the heart of New York’s most exclusive and fashionable Upper East Side. A refined 74 room hotel, The Lowell welcomes guests with a serene residential atmosphere reminiscent of a private townhouse. With only 47 suites and 27 deluxe rooms, this landmark building prides itself on being one of the few luxury hotels that has accommodations with real wood – burning fireplaces, terraces and fully equipped kitchens. Michael Smith, a world renowned interior designer has further enhanced The Lowell’s residential ambiance with his distinctive style. Personalized service is inherent in a plush yet dignified manner. The way in which we welcome our guests, attend to them during their stay and remember them when they come back is the essence of The Lowell.
28 East Sixty Third St.
New York, New York 10065
PHOTO: Afternoon Tea at The Lowell courtesy of The Lowell
PHOTO: Suite courtesy of The Lowell