Situated just a block or so away from the hustle and bustle–and calm–of Central Park is a newish boutique hotel that is making a name for itself.
It’s elegant, chic and modern, with rotating artwork that adds to the unique feel of this fun and flawless home away from home.
Luxury Travel at Its Finest
Set your stay in New York, New York, apart from all the others with a stay in the Penthouse Suite at the Quin. It is a quintessential New York experience that will lay framework for a memory-making stay that you won’t soon forget.
It really will.
We were surprised with an upgrade to the Penthouse Suite on our recent stay at the Quin hotel and the jaw-dropped expressions from our crew of teens and tweens spoke volumes, from the moment we entered the Penthouse foyer.
Nighttime plans were quickly changed and it was decided we would stay in to fully take advantage of the beautiful space that is the Penthouse Suite at the Quin hotel.
We’re talking about 3,000 square feet of amazing living space in the heart of the city–how could we not take advantage of our time there?
We were given a tour of the Penthouse and it was breathtaking. From the private foyer and its staircase to the main level–which opened up to gorgeous living spaces complete with seating areas, dining, kitchen and bed and bathrooms–to the terraces that could easily make the A list as a choice location for photo shoots and movie locations.
Yes, a view and digs like this in the midst of all the hustle and bustle of New York comes with a hefty price tag. You’ll be looking at a cost upwards of $5-7,000 per night to stay in the Penthouse, all depending on the time of year you travel and demand. But is it worth it? If you have the means to indulge–we certainly think so.
The terrace alone would have been more than enough to make our night, but another level up–a castle in the sky–was the master bedroom complete with window views on three sides of the anointed space.
A walk across the master bedroom gives way to a glass door opening up to a private terrace. It looks down on the huge entertaining space below.
This is surely a place where anyone could feel like a princess in their own private castle.
We ordered in and dined under the New York lights in style, complete with a bottle of Pinot Grigio, toasts to our good fortune and fun girls trip to New York, and some New York pizza to nibble on.
And the 13 year olds and 10 year old? Well–hide and seek, soaking up life in the lap of luxury and enjoying every last second of our stay in the Penthouse Suite at the Quin was an easy task indeed. Livable luxury with the terraces and ample space to sprawl out in the city is the essence of what makes the Quin a grand setting for a special stay in the Manhattan.
We really didn’t want to check out, but we’re pretty sure everyone fortunate enough to able to experience the glorious and picturesque setting of the Quin Penthouse Suite and its terrace–well, they feel exactly the same way.
(We were provided with a complimentary stay at the Quin, and loved every last second of our stay.)
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