Town House Hospitality in NYC

Central Park New York City - Lady-Photo/iStock/Getty Images Plus/Getty Images
Central Park New York City - Lady-Photo/iStock/Getty Images Plus/Getty Images

Midtown Manhattan is readying itself for a new kind of boutique luxury. We heard that WestHouse New York, slated to open in late November, is bringing a new hospitality concept to the Central Park area. 

Designed by Jeffrey Beers International, the hotel is meant to take guests back to the New York of 1920s town houses. Guests will feel as if they are staying in a high-end residence. The Den, located on lobby level, will provide alcoholic beverages, Barista coffees and international fare throughout the day. Go up 23 floors to The Terrace for floor-to-ceiling windows and views over the city. This lounge will have separate dining areas where guests can eat breakfast as well as hors d'oeuvres and canapes. 

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WestHouse will have 172 guest rooms, including 18 suites. We hear VIPs will feel most at home in the 1,500-square-foot Presidential Suite, which has dual views of Central Park and Times Square. 

The Terrace Suites have their own outdoor terrace. 

WestHouse will be located on West 55th Street between 7th Avenue and Broadway.

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