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The Quin, New York

20 August 2015

Words: Marina Chetner / Image: The Quin

Located on a stretch of 57th Street now known as Billionaire’s Row, The Quin has something many new luxury high rises can’t boast: a top-level open-air terrace. Guests staying in the hotel’s 17th floor rooms, suites, or three-storey three-bedroom penthouse, have private access to alfresco views overlooking Central Park to the north and One World Trade Centre to the south.

Housed in a pre-war building, it was rechristened The Quin in November 2013, and its historic exterior, together with the Lincoln Center, Rockefeller Center, and Carnegie Hall, located just steps away, helps keep old-world glamour alive in midtown Manhattan.

Guests of the 208-room hotel have access to an attaché who can take care of any desire, whether it’s booking a last-minute table at a sought-after restaurant, or tailor-made tours around town. Speaking of which, Quin Arts – curated by DK Johnston – presents an ongoing series of exhibitions that pays homage to the building’s heritage.




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