Dylan Hotel, Midtown East

"Contemporary chic in a swoonsome Beaux Arts building"

Dylan, a 107-room hotel with style, located in the former Chemists’ Club building at 52 East 41st Street, is setting the standard for contemporary elegance.

Dylan’s interiors, by Jeffrey Beers of Jeffrey Beers International, mark a deliberate departure from both the too stark and overly hip designs currently prevalent in the high-end boutique market. Beers has created a timeless look for the property that redefines opulence for a new age while preserving the landmark-quality architecture of the 1903 Beaux-Arts structure.

The color palette features rich tones like amethyst, jade, emerald, opal and amber. Fabrics are soft and luxurious: velvet, suede, silk, mohair, and chiffon. The grandeur of the Dylan’s public areas is evident from the moment one passes through the glass entryway. With 11-foot ceilings, the guest rooms feel more spacious than the average Manhattan hotel room. The design is quiet and tailored without being austere. Warm white and pale-blue walls, deep amethyst and steel-blue carpeting, sapphire taffeta drapes and sheers, and custom, ebony-stained furniture combine to create a tranquil environment. The bathrooms are faced with white Carrara cut-marble and feature Italian-porcelain bowl-style sinks.

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52 East 41st Street, New York NY 10017, USA

Hotel facilities:

  • 107 rooms rooms available


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