With a feel of a private residence, you enter into a lobby bar area that becomes quite the scene at night, with open fires on either side, with dark woods, low lighting and plush seats creating a homely, chic vibe.
If you want a hotel with spacious rooms, then The Marlton is not for you; the 107 rooms spread over nine floors are bijoux, ranging from 100 to 120 square feet.
Despite being compact, bedrooms are charming and do not compromise on style; bathrooms are particularly cool.
I usually love a large room to accommodate my exploding suitcase, but how much time would you really spend in your room in New York?
Should you need more space, however, there are two penthouse suites with terraces available.
Walk past the clubby cocktail bar to the back of The Marlton and you’ll find Margaux, a restaurant offering a mix of European and Californian cuisine with green banquet seats, antique glass mirrors on the walls and a striking skylight atrium.
You may have to carry your own case and there’s no room service, but The Marlton exudes warmth and character from every angle.
With rooms available from around $300, The Marlton offers an affordable option where you don’t have to compromise on style or quality at all, with the added benefit of feeling like you’re in on a cool little secret. Just don’t tell everyone.
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