Scale of 90-100
Close to many notable museums, galleries and shops, this refined hotel with a serene residential atmosphere is set along a tree-lined street between Madison and Park avenues. The 27 guest rooms are a little snug at about 400 square feet, but the 47 guest suites are among the finest in the city. All suites have living rooms and Italian-marble baths with deep soaking tubs and stall showers. Additionally, many offer woodburning fireplaces, private terraces and kitchens. Public areas include an elegant lobby with a library space; Majorelle, a Mediterranean-inspired French restaurant overseen by Charles Masson; Jacques Bar for craft cocktails and light fare; and beautiful garden terraces. The Pembroke Room, ideal for brunch and afternoon tea, features French doors and a bright, contemporary feel. The property also encompasses a small but well-equipped gym. In-room massage services and sessions with private trainers can also be arranged. Here, attentive service complements a peerless location.
Good to Know
The Lowell is just a block away from one of the loveliest sections of Central Park.
The Lowell Features:
- Children welcome
- Fitness center
- Room service
Average Mid-High Season Rates (including taxes):
lowest rate: Deluxe Room, $1,050; Editor’s Choice: Junior Suite, $1,560.
Complimentary beverage on arrival; Access to fitness facilities; Daily newspaper; Shoeshine service; Voss water with nightly turndown service; Wi-Fi
Learn more about The Lowell:
In order to offer you the highest level of service, online booking is currently not available. Please call Andrew Harper Travel at (800) 375-4685, or contact the hotel directly, for reservations.