Resting along Central Park, guests to The Quin—the former home of Ignacy Jan Paderewski, Georgia O’Keeffe and Marc Chagall—can spread out in any number of the hotel’s 208 guest rooms and suites—including the Paderewski and O’Keeffe Specialty Suites, which boast living rooms, dining areas and dry bars, or the palatial Penthouse Suite.
The Superior, Deluxe and Premier guest rooms, as well as Junior and Premier suites, are the perfect picks for those traveling with a large group or the family in tow. Via an inter-leading foyer, Premier Rooms can connect to a Premier Suite or up to two Deluxe Rooms for private suites with two or three separate bedrooms. In-room amenities include DUX Beds by Duxiana, Sferra Venetian linens, Fresh spa products, Samsung LED high-definition TVs and Nespresso machines. Rooms are also outfitted with Evolve Guest Controls technology to operate lighting, climate and music options; as well as a provisions cabinet, stocked with artisanal and organic snacks. WiFi is available throughout the hotel.
Guest services and features include a personal Attaché to assist with curated NYC experiences; 24-hour, in-room dining; an Apple-furnished Drawing Room; and The Wayfarer restaurant, offering artisanal regional seafood.
Quin Arts presents an ongoing series of events, exhibitions, salons, lectures, film premieres, book debuts, musical performances and artist receptions. This multi-media initiative extends to a permanent collection, along with an artist-in-residence program; displays on the lobby’s 15-foot abstract video art wall, which are specifically created for the hotel; and intimate salons with participating artists.