The phone - a rotary dial - has thankfully not rung once, and you find it hard to leave the sumptious Gotham-inspired room to which you hold a coveted key. Decadent 1920s decor is only the tip of the iceberg in the Manhattan haven known as "The Chatwal, a Luxury Collection Hotel, New York City." The theater district's first true luxury hotel,The Chatwal harkens back to the era of F. Scott and Zelda. Within this architectural landmark, you and other nattily-dressed guests have been known to enjoy a robust cocktail (with hand-carved ice, no less) and a little post-theater revelry, before retiring to your nests.
Chatwal New York offers 1920s Luxury
Woody Allen would love this landmark theater district hotel
About Libby McMillan
A longtime travel journalist, Libby chose her beautiful city after a nationwide search for a new hometown. Greenville's amazing downtown, four mild seasons, varied terrain, friendly residents and countless nearby waterfalls made it a winner.
Libby previously spent 20 years in Florida, what she calls “the only place in the world where you drive north to reach the South.”
An avid college football fan, Libby has deep ties to the University of Oklahoma but graduated from rival Texas. She’s lived in Austin, Boston, Nashville, San Francisco and Captiva Island, Florida, including 4 happy years on a houseboat.
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