Hotel Secrets | Hotel Americano

New York's Chelsea neighborhood is known across the world for being a hub for art and design. In an area described best as "industrial chic," it is no wonder why Grupo Habita's Hotel Americano has become a popular destination, a "clubhouse for the art elite." Designed by New York-based architect Enrique Norten, Hotel Americano is characterized by its minimalist appearance and steel-and-glass aesthetic. The interior, designed by Parisian Arnaud Montigny, is equally as sleek. With low-to-the-ground beds, black-vinyl bean bag chairs and harmonicas for sale in the minibar, every room serves the hotel's flare for industrialized design with Latin and artistic character.

New York's Chelsea neighborhood is known across the world for being a hub for art and design. In an area described best as "industrial chic," it is no wonder why Grupo Habita's Hotel Americano has become a popular destination, a "clubhouse for the art elite."

 

 

Designed by New York-based architect Enrique Norten, Hotel Americano is characterized by its minimalist appearance and steel-and-glass aesthetic. The interior, designed by Parisian Arnaud Montigny, is equally as sleek. With low-to-the-ground beds, black-vinyl bean bag chairs and harmonicas for sale in the minibar, every room serves the hotel's flare for industrialized design with Latin and artistic character.

 

 

 

The Hotel, housed in a former parking garage, is a blend of Manhattan warehouse with a warm Latin soul. In New York (especially during the summertime), the rooftop is the place to be. 

 

 

 

At Hotel Americano, the rooftop is shared between La Piscine, a pool surrounded by relaxing cabanas and daybeds, and the outdoor dining space for their restaurant, The Americano.

 

 

 

The Americano is a must-visit spot in New York, serving "French fare with a Latin flare." 

 

 

Bar Americano is not to be missed, either, and is a perfect place for post-gallery cocktails.

 

 

Additionally, Hotel Americano is benefited by its proximity (one building away) to Manhattan's beloved High Line, an elevated railroad track-turned public park that runs along the West Side of the island. 


The view of the Hotel Americano from the High Line.

 

 

  

L-atitude's favorite Hotel Americano perk: The in-room iPads that are your portal for everything from ordering room service to receiving tips about the City's secret hot spots.