© hôtel americano - hôtel americano brings mexican hospitality coolness to new york city
arriba! an irresistable chunk of mexican hospitality coolness arrives in new york city with the official opening of hôtel americano on mon - sep 5. launched by grupo habita of hailed mexico city establishments such as habita and condesa, it's located in chelsea, close to high line park and amidst many of the city's leading art galleries. blending in perfectly with the area's industrial legacy, the 10-storey glass structure is encased in a striking metal mesh façade, all designed by acclaimed mexican practice ten arquitectos. and the innovation extends well inside the hôtel americano where the vibe is distinctly cosmopolitan, something that we as global shopping experts totally dig. the rooms, designed in italian 1960s style by paris-based architect arnaud montigny, feature wooden platform beds inspired by traditional japanese ryokans, creatively matched with cozy fireplaces and deep soaking tubs in select rooms.
in-room relaxation comes with old fashioned pampering as guests are treated to oversized turkish bath towels and japanese imabari washcloths and custom bath products by sharps. ipads provide all the hi-tech convenience you expect, featuring updated listings of the city’s best culture, dining and wellness options, a guest directory, a concierge program, and even curated music and a virtual gift shop. all rooms are equipped with a state-of-the-art samsung led pro:idiom tv, there's a fully stocked mini-bar and a safe available, and obviously internet access is wireless and free. hôtel americano also offers outdoor fun on the rooftop terrace with a pool, cabanas and even a restaurant. and if you'd like to explore the neighbourhood, it offers the one and only cool contemporary option: a bowery lane bicycle. location: 518 west 27th street [chelsea].
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