Should you find yourself in New York for a period of multiple weeks or months, you might consider moving in to The Lowell for the duration of your stay. The intimate 74-room hotel on Manhattan’s Upper East Side is more home-away-from-home than hotel. Its cozy rooms and suites have been outfitted with luxurious creature comforts thanks to the thoughtful design principles of Michael S. Smith, who was tapped to design the Obama family's private quarters at the White House, among other notable projects.
Check in to the newly renovated penthouse, or 14th-floor Garden Suite, whose interiors are inspired by the iconic beauty of nearby Central Park, with elements of nature subtly infused at every turn: soft blues and greens in sumptuous fabrics, exquisite de Gournay floral wallpaper, and soothing landscape photography placed on the walls courtesy of Lumas, curators of limited-edition art work.
To stay in the Garden Suite is to stay in peaceful, idyllic comfort in the heart of the city that never sleeps.
Garden Suite guests are greeted with fresh florals throughout, and two beautiful outdoor terraces with petite, impeccably maintained gardens full of gorgeous blooms, which they are invited to tend to themselves or with The Lowell’s in-house interior designer.
In the warmer months, enjoy delicious meals prepared by chef Michael Fred on one of your two outdoor terraces, featuring remarkable bird’s eye views of the city, or sit outside with a book from your well-appointed library, and watch as the sky turns from blue, to shades of pink and orange as the day turns into dusk.
An extended stay at The Lowell offers guests the best of both worlds: the luxury of living on a residential, tree-lined street on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, all while maintaining an address right in the center of the action when it’s time to leave your perfectly appointed home-away-from-home.
To learn more about The Lowell or to inquire about an extended stay at the hotel, please contact [email protected].