2011 , 2013
Our Review of The Mark:
Upper East Side boutique hotel housed within a 1927 building that underwent a flamboyant makeover by French designer Jacques Grange. Public areas combine Old World style with avant-garde design. The 150 guest rooms and suites feature custom furnishings, black granite bars with Sub-Zero drawers, and black-and-white, Art Deco-inspired marble baths with nickel fittings, heated towel racks, soaking tubs and separate glass showers. The Mark Restaurant, directed by celebrated chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, serves a contemporary European menu and features a fresh seafood bar; also 1,400-square-foot fully equipped fitness center with a staff of personal trainers. Other amenities include a hair salon by Frederic Fekkai and a fleet of new custom bicycles for rent.
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- Best available non-restricted rates
- Guaranteed room upgrade, when available at time of booking
- Daily continental breakfast served at the restaurant or in room
- One round of cocktails and hors d'oeuvres for two at The Mark Bar
- Welcome amenity
Daily newspaper, Overnight shoe-shine; Wi-Fi
The Mark Information
- Children welcome
- Fitness center
- Room service