Thank you The Penthouse at The Quin
PHOTO: Sunday Brunch on The Penthouse at The Quin (c) Sery Kim
The always competitive New York City hotel market just got more difficult with the launch of the triplex, 3400 square foot Penthouse at The Quin. I had a dreamy time being the first journalist to stay in this week-old suite.
Located at West 57th Street, between One57 and Bergdorf Goodman's along the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade route, The Penthouse at The Quin offers oversized windows and glass doors with flawlessly stained American white oak floors -- spanning the great room in a chevron pattern -- while the general design scheme is a rich chocolate with brass fixtures with splashes of art curated by DK Johnston.
The spacious open-plan living room also features a very comfortable and quite large L-shaped sofa, quilted accent chairs and ottoman, plus a Bowers & Wilkins surround sound system and 65-inch LED TV. A reading room is off to the side, as is a guest room with its own private bath, and stairs led to the upstairs Master Suite with its own private terrace and a eight shower-head rainforest shower.
Of course, one of the most breath-taking aspects of The Penthouse is the 1,300 square-foot terrace featuring seating areas for over 30 guest, as well as an outdoor communal table for up to 14. Spectacular in every sense!
Be sure to check into the blog for a full review later!
PHOTO: A view of the triplex Penthouse at The Quin from the private terrace (c) Sery Kim
PHOTO: View of the living room at The Penthouse at The Quin (c) Sery Kim
PHOTO: Photo of one of the DK Johnston curated artwork at The Penthouse at The Quin (c) Sery Kim