The Tuscany NYC

The Tuscany NYC

 

The Tuscany NYC
THE TUSCANY NYC unveiled phase one of its renovation on December 18.

 

Boutique luxury lovers will flip over the newest addition to New York’s hotel scene. The Tuscany NYC-A St Giles Luxury Collection Hotel recently reopened following a multimillion-dollar renovation.

The unveiling on December 18 showed off the first phase of the revitalization (think fully renovated guest rooms and suites). The second phase will wrap up in early 2013 with the debut of the 17th-floor Penthouse Suite, with wraparound terrace and views of the Chrysler and Empire State buildings. The Penthouse Suite will also come with its own private kitchen and living room/den area (complete with working fireplace). 

The Tuscany embodies both Old and New World, with custom oak and leather wall panel systems and hardwood floors complemented with artistic wall murals made by artists and designers (think Sarah Morris and Paul Smith). 

All bathrooms have glass tile walls and Duravit vanities. Nice Touch: In-room bath amenities are Molton Brown.

Luxury travel advisors can reach out to Director of Revenue Christopher Jevas ([email protected]; 212-592-8856).

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