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.
For more New York City Design Travel, see:
- French Glam on a Budget: 15 Ideas to Steal from Mimi, New York’s Sexiest Bistro
- Summer in the City: The Musket Room in NoLIta
- New Nordic Design at Boro Hotel in Long Island City, New York
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