This hotel is nothing short of urban sophistication at its best. One-third of the rooms have balconies and many have bay windows to allow you to soak up the city lights. Classy and minimalist, the rooms feature a colour palette of neutral, greys and rich blackberry shades. Throw in elegant sheets and plush pillows in contrasting colours, lavish leather detailing, slick and modern dark wooden furniture, textured walls, and the latest in technology and you have an uber-glam oasis in the city.
One look around the Meat Packing District is all you need to find the inspiration of the Hotel Ganesvoort. Architect Stephen B. Jacobs kept with the neighbourhood's architectural traditions of meat warehouses and created a building clad with zinc-coloured metal panels, glass balconies and projecting bay windows. For the interior, designer Andi Pepper gathered inspiration from stylish boutiques, such as Stella McCartney, Theory, Alexander McQueen and Catherine Malandrino's flagship stores -- all within walking distance of the hotel.