by: Kate Dougherty
A rendezvous in New York.
Me & my lovah boy.
Bar booths. Love these posters by YSL... so colorful & bold.
Welcome to The Marlton.
That lobby fireplace... heavenly!
The espresso bar in the lobby.
Teeny tiny rooms! But beautiful & historic.
Even the robes have the Marlton crest.
Quaint & cozy corridors.
It's all in the details.
The restaurant, Margeux, feels a bit like New Orleans.
The building is from circa 1900 and housed famous artists and writers, like Jack Kerouac (he wrote Subterraneans here in 1958), making the Village what it was.
Highs + Lows
The fireplace and bookshelves in the lobby - have a quiet day here, if you can.
Inspiring design everywhere (even the uniforms have crest badges).
Teeny, tiny rooms. But I suppose this is how they were and I commend them for keeping the bones of the famous Marlton House.
New hotel means brand new sheets. Not softened yet, still a bit stiff.
- Life Changing
- Environmental Consciousness
- Overall Value
- Night's Sleep
- Stealable Stuff
- Refer a Friend
Boutique hotel in a historic building.
Feels inspiring (even the uniforms have crest badges).
In the heart of the Village, home of the Beat Generation.
- Year Opened
- Designed By
Hotelier Sean MacPherson (think Jane & The Bowery Hotel).
Yes & beautiful (feels like New Orleans, oddly).
Leave at home.
Reasonable for the location.
In the Area
Walk out of the hotel door into Washington Square Park
5 ave, waverly pl, w. 4 st and macdougal st, NY
Listen & watch for hours.
34 W 13th st., NY
See an arthouse film just down the street at Quad Cinema.
42 Grove St. ny
It's a short stroll away, super cute and delicious.
5W 8th St, New York, NY
Neighborhood: Greenwich Village
Hotel Location: 5W 8th St, New York, NY