Dream Hotel Group Celebrates The Reopening Of The Chatwal New York
NEW YORK, NY–Perfectly timed to the curtain rising again on Broadway and to celebrate the wonders of New York City during festive season, celebrated hotel brand and management company Dream Hotel Group is pleased to announce the reopening of The Chatwal New York on Monday, November 1, 2021.
Today’s announcement marks a major milestone for Dream Hotel Group and for the city of New York, as it continues the road to recovery. The news comes on the heels of Broadway’s highly anticipated return last month and just days ahead of the return of international travelers on November 8.
“Finally!” said Dream Hotel Group CEO Jay Stein. “We couldn’t be more thrilled to reopen The Chatwal New York and welcome our guests and the community back to experience the timeless elegance, refined services and one-of-a-kind hospitality for which our Chatwal brand is known. Today is a great day for our company and for New York City.”
Centrally located in the heart of Manhattan, the award-winning luxury hotel features 76 accommodations with 29 suites, 14 of which have private, lusciously landscaped terraces. The Chatwal New York, a Luxury Collection Hotel, was recently voted #1 Best Hotel in New York City by the 2021 Conde Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards and #2 Top Hotel in New York City by the 2021 Travel + Leisure’s World Best Awards.
“The Chatwal, New York’s reopening marks the return of luxury boutique hospitality in the heart of Midtown Manhattan,” added Ashish Verma, Senior Vice President, Luxury Division, Dream Hotel Group, and General Manager of The Chatwal New York. “Our team is committed to our guests’ safety and satisfaction with superior services in a renewed world.”
Embodying the hotel’s theater-centric location, the specialty suites under the Chatwal Crowns include the Chatwal Suite, which personifies the creative splendor of the most memorable shows on Broadway and features the largest of the hotel’s signature terraces at 500 square feet. Tucked behind the building’s historic landmark façade is the Garden Suite, named for its generous southern exposure terrace that includes fountains, sculptures and heat lamps for the cooler weather. The Library Suite offers carefully curated collection of literary tomes and masterpieces in its own private library in its own private library with beautiful views of Manhattan skyline.
All accommodations are outfitted in a rich color palate of deep reds, purples, and tans, with magnificent bathrooms that feature sparkling tile floors fit for the next Broadway star. The rooms draw inspiration from early 20th-century travel, each boasting built-in cabinets wrapped in faux leather and resembling pieces of classic luggage.