There are hotels hidden in parts of New York and only few people really know what these places have to offer. The thing about it is the right people know what these places have to offer and so many other are missing out.
The Mark Hotel perfectly situated near shopping, transportation, Central Park has a Frederik Fekkai Salon, a Punch Fitness Gym with trainers,The Mark Shine by John Lobb private residences and one of the chicest bar/restaurant scenes on the UES, services some of fashion's biggest names... that, of course, will remain secret.
Discretion is a huge part of what has made them what they are today, so personal requests are more than acceptable.
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The Suite Life at 25 E 77th Street
The Mark Hotel offers variable rooms for various lifestyles and reasons for stays. Short term, long term, temporary it's available, but definitely not for every budget. But if you're willing to splurge a little for a memorable, worthwhile stay in the city, you'll won't miss a single penny spent.
Artwork commissioned by the only Karl Lagerfeld, separate showers and tubs and mini bars that literally resemble mini versions of bars. Some rooms come with full sized kitchens, for those who need a home cooked meal once in a while.
I can't give too much away, you just have to stay there and see what I'm raving about.
You don't have to stay at the Mark to enjoy the Jean-Georges restaurant and bar. It's open to the public and is frequented by people of all ages.
If you look close enough you'll even see the continents on their lounge seating area.