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New Lodging for the Creative Class: Made Hotel in New York City


New Lodging for the Creative Class: Made Hotel in New York City

December 12, 2017

Just opened in September from hospitality veteran Sam Gelin: Made, a 108-room hotel in the NoMad neighborhood of Manhattan. Though a first-time hotelier, Gelin knows a thing or two about keeping people happy: He is the founder of event production company Craft Hospitality and has produced hundreds of food-and-drink-focused events for brands proffering everything from liquor to sparkling water and craft coffee. His new, pet-friendly hotel offers views of the Empire State Building plus a communal coffee lounge, a basement restaurant, and top-floor Tiki bar with panoramic views. For the interiors, Gelin partnered with designers Studio MAI out of Los Angeles, whose past work includes Venice Beach institution Gjelina. Together, they created a modern, global vibe for the creative nomad.

Rooms start at $350 a night; to book, visit Made.

Photography courtesy of Made and Ferris.

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Above: Floors in all rooms are made of wide-plank French oak installed on the diagonal.
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Above: Studio rooms are only 180 square feet, so leather-handled drawers are integrated beneath bed platforms. Most rooms have exposed concrete ceilings, and all have floor-to-ceiling windows.
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Above: Clever custom wall units are part of every room and include solid walnut drop-leaf desks, storage racks of bronze and brass, and multi-format radios from Revo.
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Above: Bed linens are from Italian brand Frette and mattresses are Sapira from Leesa.
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Above: Toiletries are by Davines and bath towels and robes are from Frette. Some bathrooms have solid soapstone sinks and freestanding concrete bathtubs.
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Above: Other bathrooms have hand-carved stone sinks and hand-painted Japanese tiles.
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Above: Located off the main lobby, Paper Cafe serves coffee and tea by day and wine and cocktails at night.
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Above: Ferris restaurant, located underneath the hotel, offers locally sourced, New American fare. Inside, walls are paneled in white oak and weathered spruce beams line the ceiling. The elm wood Ercol Stacking Chairs by Lucian Ercolani are from Palette & Parlor. Photograph by Noah Fecks, courtesy of Ferris.
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Above: Good Behavior lounge on the hotel’s 18th floor offers live music, Tiki-inspired cocktails, and panoramic views.
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Above: Made hotel is at 44 W. 29th St. in the NoMad neighborhood of Manhattan.

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