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Chambers Hotel - Review
David Rockwell designed Chambers’ 77 luxurious rooms and suites with a cool industrial edge. Shades of warm aubergine, sage green and oatmeal are set off by heavy suede curtains and polished wood floors, lending bedrooms a cool, modernist feel. Sliding glass doors, crisp lines, exposed concrete, bold original art (each floor has a specially commissioned art installation) and retro-classic furniture underline the cool Manhattan vibe.
Wide platform beds are dressed in Egyptian cotton sheets and goose down pillows. Monsoon style showers are paired with stylish chrome fittings and Red Flower bath products. There’s even a quirky pot of colouring pens and tracing paper on the desk to get creative with.
Rooms with a view
Not all Chambers bedrooms have views, but the deluxe rooms face onto 56th Street and have stunning floor-to-ceiling windows that let the light flood in. Suites and most of the Studios come with huge bathroom and deliciously deep Japanese soaking tubs. Two of the one-bedroom suites even have fantastic terraces for enjoying twinkling night views of Manhattan.
Foodies will love David Chang’s French/Vietnamese mezzanine fusion restaurant Ma Peche. Pull up a pew at the communal table and try creative dishes such as squid salad with peanuts, mussels with crab pate and beer, or pork ribs with lemongrass caramel.
Walk it all off with a short stroll to MOMA (the Museum of Modern Art) or a jog around Central Park – both just a few minutes away – or shop until you drop at New York’s most famous Fifth Avenue stores just around the corner.
Chambers was reviewed by Room for Romance