The Nolitan Hotel in New York designed by Grzywinski + Pons

Low-key elegance with personalised attention

by Malcolm Clark
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55 rooms in the heart of Nolita, one of New York City's most endearing and authentic neighbourhoods. The Nolitan Hotel, the first boutique hotel to grace Nolita, designed by the New York City practice Grzywinski+Pons, is this and more.

The purpose of the project was to create a place which ‘connected’ the guests with the neighbourhood in an authentic manner. Low key elegance with personalised attention to guests' needs characterise the hotel which reflects and enhances the unique character of Nolita. The ground floor has a glass façade which integrates the building into the neighbourhood. Some guests can enjoy the 'street life' from their private balconies, others can enjoy floor to ceiling windows offering an unobstructed view of the neighbourhood and the magnificent skyline. The channel glass used in the rooms opens the view to the street below without compromising privacy.

Since staying at the Nolitan is about feeling at home, comfortable and welcoming spaces have been designed. The Nolitan features a lobby lounge, a restaurant and a breathtaking roof garden.

The hotel also has a library curated by Phaidon Books and a double height lounge finished with lush fabrics and warm and welcoming upholstery which makes the guest immediately feel at home.

The Nolitan roof garden offers 230 square metres of space with a breathtaking view over downtown, midtown, Brooklyn and more. The panoramic rooftop offers seating which can be configured for special events with large shade canopies for sunny days and an outdoor fireplace for chilly New York nights.

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    The Nolitan Hotel

    New York / United States / 2011