The hotel at a glance
Never judge a book by its cover. One look at the exterior of the Mark hotel leaves a rather austere and traditional image but one step inside, and you are greeted by zebra print couches, miniature disco balls and probably the big apple’s “frenchiest” five star.
The Mark’s sassy fashion sense belies the 1920’s shell it’s housed in. French designer Jacques Grange recognizes that quirky and luxury are elements that blend exceptionally well and his partnership with gallery owner Pierre Passebon gives the Mark Hotel its contemporary French touch. In the lobby, Grange’s fine selection includes Mattia Bonetti lamps and colorful Paul Mathieu sofas set against the elongated black and white marble to create one eclectic and beautiful scene.
The explosion of colors is left at the door once you enter the guest rooms and suites. There is still plenty of character with its 1930’s Parisian vibe but the color palette is much more neutral and better suited for a relaxing night of sleep. All rooms come with the latest technology allowing you to control everything from the window curtains to your entertainment system (which you can integrate with your own devices), all from one remote and the high speed wifi connection is complimentary.
Even though everything here is modern, the service, is decidedly “old school” which in the industry, means that it’s exceptionally good. The concierge service is part of the elite “clefs d’or” and all residents are treated like A lister’s with the staff rarely baulking at any request and It’s the modern quirkiness mixed with the traditional service that gives the hotel its soul.
In terms of dining and bars the Mark hotel offers some of the trendiest places in Manhattan. Resident chef Jean Georges serves up exotic dishes, revisiting the classic pizza by cooking it up with black truffles and of course, also offering more traditional fare including one of the heartiest American breakfast’s around.
Come to the Mark hotel if you want to see what a touch of Parisian originality can do to a classic American building, the result makes this hotel a perfect showcase for the famous French touch which we are sure you will love.
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- 25 East 77th Street, New York, New York
Check-in / Check-out
- 24h check-in
- Check-out: noon
- Public areas: free of charge
- In-room: free of charge
Transportation & Transfers
- Transfer service: subject to additional charges
- Children are welcome in this hotel
- Public areas: smoking not allowed
- Smoking rooms: not available
Food & beverages
The Mark Restaurant by Jean-Georges (Restaurant: American cuisine)
The Mark Bar (Bar)
- Continental breakfast: US$30
- American breakfast: US$36
- No extra charge for in-room breakfast
Amenities & services
- 150 rooms and suites
- In-room amenities (iPod dock, flatscreen TV, in-room safe, minibar, coffee / tea making facilities, complimentary newspaper daily, La Bottega Dell 'Albergo bathroom products)
- Air conditioned hotel
- Laundry service
- Concierge service
- Business center
Always included in this hotel
- Complimentary Internet
- Complimentary Mineral Water in the room upon arrival
- Complimentary WiFi Internet, newspapers, shoe shine and use of fitness center.