New York hotels to receive fabulous additions in 2022
International consideration is something New York has never lacked, although it may have weakened during the dark days of the pandemic. (“New York City is Dead Forever,” proclaimed a 2020 headline in the New York Post; one account revealed that New York’s tourism industry lost 89,000 jobs in 2020.) But reports of the Big Apple’s demise seem greatly exaggerated. This winter and spring, several new hotels will welcome visitors. The Ritz-Carlton is opening a new property, built from the ground up and in one of the tallest buildings in the neighborhood. Rooms offer stunning views of the Empire State Building for those facing downtown or the Statue of Liberty. Michelin-starred chef JosÃ© Andres will run the hotel lounge, in-room dining, and the rooftop bar, where guests can drink 500 feet in the air. Also join the neighborhood? The London-based members’ club and hotel The Ned, which will take over the old NoMad hotel.
TriBeCa is gearing up for the Warren Street Hotel (from the group behind Soho’s Crosby) and the BarriÃ¨re Le Fouquet’s hotel, a Paris and St. Barts favorite, is scheduled to open in 2022. They plan to bring in the French art of living at the historic district with a state-of-the-art projection room and a roof terrace.
Midtown recently hosted Park Lane, with Yabu Pushelberg furniture, and glamorous Aman will open on 57th Street in the coming months. (Their jazz club is sure to be a destination for New Yorkers and visitors alike.) Meanwhile, the Theater District sees the arrival of the luxurious Civilian, and The Ace has just opened another bustling outpost in Brooklyn. . To paraphrase Dorothy Parker, New York is just hope.