“Built in the mid 1920's, The Surrey has seen many of New York's most celebrated faces through its doors. Some of the most glamorous actresses of the silver screen have been lured in by the exceptional service and discreet staff. This hotel is on the doorstep of Central Park and located in amongst some of the city's greatest restaurants. Guests can relax with a private treatment at the Cornelia Spa, enjoy the Manhattan skyline at the Hotel's 17th floor private roof garden, or indulge in the Hotel's elegant cocktails at Bar Pleiades after a day perusing local galleries. The Surrey's very own French eatery is an Upper East Side treasure, Café Boulud celebrates New York’s café society with award-winning results.”
Refusing to be outdone by its Upper East Side setting, The Surrey is grand and gracious, with a restaurant, bar and spa to rival the city's finest.
Originally published by Harpers Bazaar (view article)
The lobby’s Art Deco-inspired black-and-dove gray palette is echoed in the generously sized rooms (the bathrooms are particularly large), with wide Duxiana beds.
Originally published by Conde Nast Traveler (view article)
Whether sipping cocktails at the Coco Chanel-inspired Bar Pleiades, dining at master chef Daniel Boulud’s Cafe Boulud, or gazing down on the town cars and mink coats of Madison Avenue from the private roof garden, this is New York living at its finest.
Originally published by The Telegraph (view article)