Martin Brudnizki has created a multi-chromatic palette for this Manhattan mansion-turned-hotel, offering richly coloured and textured rooms with a maximalist bent.
Each of Fifth Avenue Hotel’s rooms and suites, which start from $1,000 per night, has been designed as a unique experience – although Brudnizki’s use of jewel tones and more is more philosophy has been applied throughout.
Guests can expect inlaid furniture, glass chandeliers, velvet sofas and rattan screens, all of which create a feeling closer to the guest room at a grand mansion than a New York hotel.
The suites feel particularly decadent, with sunken bathtubs, their own sitting rooms overlooking Fifth Avenue and – if you book the Mansion Terrace Suite – your own dressing room and planted terrace.
Guests can sink into an equally grand atmosphere downstairs at the hotel, where they dine beneath the creeper-wrapped skylight of the conservatory, or ensconce themselves in The Cellar – with its striped ceiling and chintzy armchairs.