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New York, Baccarat Hotel & Residences

New York, USA



Baccarat Hotel & Residences New York is a contemporary Manhattan take on a classically elegant Parisian hôtel particulier. It blends influences past and present to create sumptuous spaces, both grand and intimate that inspire wonder with their enchanting surprises and carefully considered details.



The glimmering black-and-glass box housing Baccarat Hotel & Residences New York is a stellar addition to the Midtown Manhattan skyline.Situated opposite the Museum of Modern Art, at 5th Avenue and 53rd Street just few blocks away from Central Park. A short stroll away, the world’s finest shops, restaurants and culture are yours. The hotel occupies the first 12 floors of the split level tower that rises 550 feet above West 53rd Street. Glowing inside and out, the lower levels of the hotel are veiled by a 125-foot wide corrugated crystal-like curtain.


In each room, a romantic palette of champagne, ivory, platinum, stainless steel and chocolate brown feels at once modern and traditional. Such enchanting accents as hand-painted panels and Baccarat crystal sconces and tabletop pieces, as well as marble-topped nightstands, complement beds covered with crisp white custom-made Mascioni jacquard linens and cashmere throws. Delicacies from Parisian gourmet shop Fauchon fill Baccarat-red enamel minibars, while soft Italian robes await guests in the white-marble bathrooms — as do amenities created exclusively for the hotel by Maison Francis Kurkdjian Paris. Lighting, climate, entertainment and more controlled by a one-touch device in each room.


The Grand Salon is the hotel’s humming heart. Beginning with gourmet breakfasts and continuing through to cocktails and nightcaps at evening’s end, the sumptuous second-floor space graciously welcomes you. Named after Baccarat’s beloved longtime creative director, Chevalier combines the incomparable talents of Michelin-starred Executive Chef Shea Gallante, consummate host Charles Masson and celebrated interior designer Stephen Sills. The result is an enchanting reinvention of the classic Parisian brasserie set in New York City. The Bar just off the opulent Grand Salon, is an epic space featuring barrel-vaulted ceilings, a 60-foot bar and an outdoor terrace overlooking the MoMA. The hotel also features a 50-foot indoor pool, an elite fitness training facility and the first Spa de La Mer in the United States.


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