15 New Hotels for Your Next New York City Stay
Opened: November 2015
Make yourself at home in downtown Manhattan, courtesy of apartment rental company Furnished Quarters. For its first short-stay option (that’s any length of time under 30 days ), the company launched Q&A Hotel in part of the landmark Art Deco building at 70 Pine Street, once the home of finance company AIG. (Long-term rentals take up the rest of the renovated structure.) The 132 suites are separated into six categories, each named for inventors throughout history; choices include one-bedroom Wright Brothers apartments, with blueprints of the brothers’ 1906 flying machine, and kitchen-equipped studios named for Mary Anderson, who patented the windshield wiper. Smart HDTVs with cable and streaming capabilities, free Wi-Fi, complimentary morning coffee and treats, and concierge services like grocery delivery make things even homier. A 21,000 square-foot gym (opening in 2016) and rooftop restaurant and bar from the team behind The Spotted Pig (opening in 2017) will round out the perks.
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