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Mercer Hotel New York Details
The Mercer is Soho's foremost luxury hotel offering 75 guest rooms on six floors in one of New York's most exclusive neighbourhoods. It is set in a landmark Romanesque revival building and offers an authentic taste of loft living. The hotel captures the very essence of the area with its original architecture: exposed brick work, industrial-sized windows, iron support columns and wooden floors. Whilst The Mercer bespeaks elegance, subtelty and intimacy, it also provides an impeccable level of service that only a small luxury hotel can provide.
The 75 loft-like rooms and suites all have the seductive qualities of high ceilings, large windows that open and abundant natural daylight. The smooth modernist interiors emphasize comfort, proportion and calming subtle colour palettes. The exceptionally spacious bathrooms enhance the loft experience, the majority featuring oversized marble bath tubs that fit 2 or more. All rooms include:
Large showers with body sprays
Luxurious bathrobes, slippers and custom designed cashmere throws
Toiletries created exclusively by FACE Stockholm
400 count Egyptian cotton sheets
Linen comforters and down pillows
Ceiling fans and windows that open
Room bar with Dean & DeLuca specialities, gifts, wine and beverages
Private trainers, massage therapists, in-room beauty treatments, Yoga and Pilates sessions by arrangement.
Complimentary guest access to Crunch Gym and World Gym.
eat / drink
The Mercer Kitchen ~ is an informal 200-seat restaurant offering an American Provençal menu created by world-renown chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten. The atmosphere of dining in a casual family kitchen is created by communal dining tables and a spacious open plan kitchen. Emphasis is on pure, locally produced ingredients including dishes from various food stations: wood-burning ovens, rotisserie, raw bar, pantry and pastry oven.
The Lobby ~ provides 24-hour food and bar service exclusively to hotel residents and their guests. The lobby acts as a communal 'living-room', with a floor-to-celing 50-foot long bookcase housing an ever expanding library of books with an emphasis on creativity, art, architecture and fashion.