The Mark | New York City, New York

The Mark is housed, as it has always been, in the beautiful 1927 landmark building at the corner of 77th Street and Madison Avenue steps away from Central Park and close to many of New York’s finest art institutions.

Inside, the Mark has been given a new life and identity for the 21st century. The renowned hotel combines with flair the luxury of old-world comfort, avant-garde design, up-to-the-minute technology and an unprecedented level of personal service. The guest rooms and suites are private havens of quiet, understated luxury, seamlessly incorporating modern requirements into French interior decorator Jacques Grange’s sublimely serene decor and furnishings. With the three Michelin starred chef, Jean-Georges Vongerichten at the helm, The Mark’s Restaurant offers some of the best dining in New York whilst the world famous hairstylist, Frederic Fekkai’s salon is an exceptional place for some pampering.

Rooms

The 150 guestrooms and suites feature custom-made beds, fine Italian linens and bedding by Quagliotti plush velvet sofas, black and white marble bathrooms, sub-zero refrigerators, swish art deco touches and Bang & Olufsen HD televisions. a Crestron panel that controls temperature, entertainment, shades and lighting with a single touch. The black-and-white marble bath features double wash basins, a deep-soaking tub and separate glass shower enclosure, both with polished nickel fittings by Lefroy Brooks, the renowned British maker. Other luxury touches include heated towel racks, a mirrored flat-screen television, separate telephone, and fine Italian toiletries formulated exclusively for The Mark. The studios and suites have custom kitchens, specially designed by Piero Lissoni for Boffi, feature custom cabinetry, black granite countertops and appliances from Gaggenau, Miele and Sub-Zero. Additional amenities include a sleek black-granite bar with SubZero drawers, complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi and local calls, daily shoeshine and morning delivery of New York Times or Wall Street Journal.

Courtyard View – 400 square feet of luxury with either a king or a queen sized bed with townhouse garden views.

Madison Rooms – These rooms are similar to the Courtyard rooms but have a small foyer and views over Madison Avenue.

Mark Studio – On the higher floors, looking down Madison Avenue and slightly larger than the bedrooms, the studios have a kitchen.

One Bedroom Suites – These lovely suites are 500-530 square feet and have city views looking down 77th Street as well as a separate sitting room.

Why We Like It

Historic hotel in the greatest city in the world, of course we love it.

Services and Amenities


New York to Toronto – 2015 (Smith)

I have just returned from a tailor made holiday made possible by Jeannette Dembrey. This was the first time I had ever organised such a major holiday and as it was a gift for my children after my retirement it was really important to get things right. I went to quite a few agencies but Jeannette was way better than any of the people who I spoke to. She was so professional and wanted me to get the best from the money I could afford. The holiday was absolutely amazing and everything went like clockwork. Jeannette had thought of everything even the connections between places and the things we would do in each town. We stayed in 6 hotels altogether starting in New York and ending in Toronto. I am amazed at how smoothly it went. Even my son who has travelled all over the world was impressed with the way things had been organised. I cannot praise Jeannette enough for her professionalism. Thank you Jeannette. I would recommend you to anyone with the satisfaction of knowing that you did an amazing job. Thank you.

J Smith - Travelled New York to Toronto