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Old-world glamour is alive and well at The Maker Hotel in New York

Antique furniture, roaring fireplaces and plush rugs create a pocket of bohemian grandeur in Hudson.

There are just 11 rooms on offer at the Warren Street hotel, which takes over three buildings. Rooms are a mish-mash of periods, with interiors designed by Lev Glazman, who set The Maker Hotel up together with Alina Roytberg and Damien Janowicz.

Old-world glamour is alive and well at The Maker Hotel in New York
Photography: Francine Zaslow

The painted ceilings, mosaic floors and stained glass windows are all original features. Still, Glazman has added a wealth of historical pieces and objects made by local Hudson valley craftspeople.

He describes the atmosphere as ‘old-world bohemian glamour that fuses a worldly design ethos shaped by decades of travel.’

Old-world glamour is alive and well at The Maker Hotel in New York
Photography: Francine Zaslow

Several of the rooms – which start at $400 for the night – are based on creative professions. The Artist room’s walls are covered in paintings, while the Writer suite has a private library. Other rooms evoke specific places or epochs, including 1920s Paris and Hollywood glamour.

Downstairs, the hotel restaurant is located in a glass conservatory, next to a cocktail lounge set inside a restored 19th-century carriage house.

302 Warren St, Hudson, NY 12534, United States

Old-world glamour is alive and well at The Maker Hotel in New York
Photography: Francine Zaslow
Old-world glamour is alive and well at The Maker Hotel in New York
Photography: Francine Zaslow
Old-world glamour is alive and well at The Maker Hotel in New York
Photography: Francine Zaslow

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