Despite being so close to many of the busiest areas in the city, the hotel offers a sanctuary for its residents, leaving you feeling serene and calm as soon as you enter through the large revolving doors into the glamorous lobby, modelled on 1920’s glamour with a nod to the art deco aesthetic.

Upon arrival we were surprised with an upgrade to a Terrace Suite, on the 22nd floor, which had its own private outdoor space overlooking the city that never sleeps, the views across Midtown Manhattan and towards Times Square were just incredible, especially by night. Rooms are decorated in keeping with the 1920’s deco influence from downstairs, but with a modern twist of greys and creams and of course all the mod cons including large flat screen TV’s in both the lounge and bedroom, and GHD hairdryer and straighteners which is a lovely touch, (leaving more space in your suitcase for those shopping purchases!)

After taking what seemed like hundreds of photos whilst our room was still in an untouched, presentable fashion, we made our way to The Terrace on the 23rd floor to the guest lounge to sample the High Tea. The Terrace has been decorated in a cosy fashion, echoing the style of the rest of the hotel with plenty of plush, comfortable seating and ambient lighting, before falling into a sugar induced coma from all the delicious cakes and pastries on offer we nipped out to the outdoor terrace for a blast of fresh air and to take in more of the incredible views.

Late afternoons call for champagne pit stops in The Den; beers, wines and champagne are included in the InResidence fee and is the perfect way to unwind and digest all the fun you’ve had during the day. A couple glasses of Perrier Jouet later and you’ll be ready to freshen up and explore the bright lights of the city all over again.

Our stay was faultless from start to finish, but it was nice to know that there were friendly and helpful staff ready and willing to help should you need them. If you’re ever in doubt of where to stay for your next trip to the Big Apple, look no further than The Westhouse. This is luxury accommodation at its best.
RATE PER NIGHT: Double rooms from £145
NO. OF ROOMS & SUITES: 172, including 16 suites.
THE WESTHOUSE, NEW YORK

www.westhousehotelnewyork.com

Highlights

  • The most incredible rooftop views across Manhattan.
  • Dayna Decker bespoke bath products.
  • Afternoon champagne pit stops in The Den, the perfect way to relax after a day exploring the city, and a great way to perk you up before what ever you have instore for the evening.
  • Bathrooms are a marble lovers paradise.
  • GHD hair straighteners and hairdryer in rooms.
  • Seriously comfortable beds; All Terrace Suites are kitted out with Sleep | Studio beds, which allow the mattress to adjust to different zones of the body and provide maximum comfort and support.

Need To Know

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Check-out is 12noon, but flexible, subject to availability. Earliest check-in, 3pm.
  • Rates exclude tax at 14.75 per cent. The hotel charges an additional local city tax of $5.50 per room per night on check-out and an additional resort fee of $38.11 per room per night on check-out.
  • For $35 an adult, each night, resident’s fee, you get breakfast, afternoon treats, light fare and all beverages in the Den and on the Terrace, in-room bottled water and daily digital newspapers and magazines.
  • The concierge can arrange for in-room massages and other spa treatments with some advance notice.
  • Nespresso coffee machines can be placed in rooms on request.

No. of Rooms & Suites: 172, including 16 suites.

Rate Per Night: Double rooms from £145