Inspired by iconic 20th century American artists, The Quin is a luxury lifestyle hotel in the heart of Midtown Manhattan. Just three blocks from the MoMa, the Quin is the place to stay for art lovers looking to experience all that the New York City arts scene has to offer. Artfully opulent, the hotel has played host to the likes of Georgia O’Keefe and pianist Ignacy Jan Paderewski.
Sleek and modern while still comfortable, The Quin is artfully designed and the epitome of chic. Home to the Quin Arts program, a multi-faceted and multi-dimensional endeavor, the program is an ongoing series of events, exhibitions, salons and artist residences that all hold cultural significance.
After using the Fresh spa bath amenities in your glass enclosed ceiling rain shower, be prepared to be amazed by how heavenly the beds at The Quin are. Outfitted in SFERRA linens, these DUX beds are what dreams are made of. Wake up on the right side of the bed with your in-room Nespresso machine or morning tea and coffee in the Drawing Room.
The Wayfarer is the modern gentlemen’s club that embraces disco-era design details and delivers an unparalleled menu of American classics. This two floor restaurant boasts a corner location on 57th St. and 6thAve, brown leather banquettes, and the best burger this side of 14th Street.
Currently on display in The Quin’s three story penthouse suite is a collection of Slim Aarons photographs. Slim’s photos, which have been published in Town & Country, Holiday, Vanity Fair and other top publications, are only made more emblematic by The Quin’s striking views of Central Park and the Manhattan cityscape below.
Our personal recommendations? When you are that close to Central Park, you must go for a lesuirely, morning stroll. Follow it up with a visit to The MoMa, and some shopping along 5th Avenue, and top it off with a cocktail at Raines Law Room. Don’t feel like leaving your room? All guests have direct dial private access to personal shoppers at Bergdorf Goodman.