The Surrey Hotel, New York

Located in Manhattan’s Upper East Side, The Surrey hotel is both a familiar destination and an unexpected delight. They offer their guests authentic service, cultural inspiration and singular experiences at every visit.

Guest rooms at The Surrey feature a spacious bathroom, with luxury bath amenities. The rooms also have a minibar and DVD player. Surrey guests can request help from the 24-hour, 7-days a week concierge service. The hotel also features a gym with private yoga or Pilates classes.

The Café Boulud is on site and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The menu includes French cuisine and seasonal meals. Cocktails are served in Bar Pleiades, which has Art Deco décor.

The Surrey is one block from Central Park. The 77th Street subway station is 2 blocks from the hotel and offers access to other Manhattan sights, including Times Square and the Museum of Modern Art.

Built in 1926 as a residence hotel, the original Surrey was home to many of New York’s most eccentric celebrities over the years. JFK. Bette Davis. Claudette Colbert. Famous faces who recognized the allure of exceptional, discreet service. In re-creating The Surrey, they collaborated with acclaimed interior designer Lauren Rottet and paid special attention to maintaining the integrity of this history while modernizing what has become New York’s most intimate address. Rottet’s inspiration was a New York City townhouse passed down through the generations, the keeper of a lifetime of memories.




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