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New Penthouse at New York’s The Ludlow Hotel

Penthouse at New York’s The Ludlow Hotel
Located in the birthplace of New York’s early punk and rock scenes, The Ludlow Hotel is the epitome of rock n’ roll chic. Having already garnered international acclaim for the hotel’s cool, industrial vibe, co-owner and designer Sean MacPherson has created a spectacular suite inspired by the rich cultural history of the Lower East Side. Design Hotels™ introduces the Penthouse at The Ludlow Hotel, the ultimate party pad perched over the city’s most pulse-quickening neighborhood. .

Accordingly, the aesthetics of the 1,500-sq ft Penthouse are vibrant and eclectic, showcasing a curated collection of vintage and contemporary furniture and artwork. Hardwood floors and handmade silk rugs complement artisan-crafted Moroccan pendant lamps and Indo-Portuguese style beds. “Tree- trunk” nightstands in petrified wood come from Brooklyn furniture temple Organic Modernism, while bronzed stools by Novello Finotti provide a decadent contrast in the lounge. 

Far from being a mere reflection of its surroundings, the Penthouse invites the city in, thanks to the floor-to-ceiling warehouse casement windows and a spectacular private terrace. Perfectly placed for stylish sundowners, the 1,000-sq ft furnished terrace runs the length of the suite, with views over Manhattan and the Brooklyn Bridge.

Designed to maximize social space, the Penthouse incorporates a fully equipped kitchen, dining area, living room, sitting area and an entertainment center complete with vintage vinyls and record player. The large bedroom features a king size bed dressed in Bellino Fine Linens, while the master bathroom, one of two in the suite, boasts a rainfall shower, windowed soaking tub and luxe accessories by Parisian fashion house Maison Martin Margiela.  

The brainchild of New York hoteliers Sean MacPherson, Ira Drukier, and Richard Born, The Ludlow Hotel is located in the heart of the Lower East Side, fast emerging as one of New York’s most fashionable neighborhoods. Designed by MacPherson to provide a ‘living room’ for local and visiting creatives, the ground floor guest areas are welcoming and vibrant, with oak-paneled walls, marble mosaic flooring and a grand, distressed limestone fireplace setting the scene. The 184 rooms and suites have a lofty industrial vibe with big casement windows, and lavish bathrooms. The hotel’s Lower East Side hotspot, Dirty French, serves classic Gallic cuisine with a firm New York sensibility.

Rates from $265

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