The distinct cerise awnings of The Chatwal instantly welcome you to this acclaimed property. A long-standing and integral part of the city, The Chatwal was built in 1905 by famed architect Stanford White, who brought it into the modern era under the visionary guidance of Thierry Despont. The Chatwal’s 76 rooms, including 29 suites, have interiors inspired by the city's history and Art Deco style. Decorated in rich tones with upholstered suede walls, dark wooden accents and vintage-inspired art that brings you back to the 1920s. Playful touches include backgammon sets, custom playing cards and desks that look like steamer trunks. Note that only the rooms on the 7th floor have terraces. For the creme de la crème, The Chatwal Crowns are a collection of 10 suites by master designer Thierry Despont, each carefully crafted based on a distinct theme, they come complete with a variety of extra spoils.

The Lambs Club Restaurant & Bar is a flashback to New York’s Golden Age with its mahogany-panelled walls and red leather booths. Be entertained by a jazz soprano while you sample dishes crafted by acclaimed chef Geoffrey Zakarian. Located steps from Broadway and the Theatre District, a show after dinner is a seamless transition.

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