New York, United States of America
At a Glance
Understated Upper East Side glamour
Amazing service and one of New York's most knowledgeable concierges
Perfect location for museums and smart Upper East Side shopping
Acclaimed, New York Jean Georges restaurant
Light, airy and elegant guest rooms
Hop on The Mark custom bikes and enjoy the ultimate picnic in Central Park with a ‘lunch-to-go’ created by celeb chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten.Camilla Swift
Take a rickshaw to Bergdorf Goodman; Their partnership with the store means you have access to personal shopping!Fran Weekes
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Styled by celebrated French designer Jacques Grange, The Mark is a stunning five-star boutique hotel on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, combining old-world comfort, avant-garde design, state-of-the-art technology and matchless personal service.
From the moment you step into the hotel foyer, you are disarmed by the alluringly understated elegance and its witty accents, from the zebra-striped marble floor to the cowhide sofas in the bar. Even the staff have been fitted out in Jermyn Street's finest. The Mark oozes flair, but makes no concession to content, and the hotel is a soothing haven of luxury in this city that never sleeps.
The hotel's 150 suites and rooms are spacious by New York standards, and come with luxurious Italian linen, custom-made beds, a Bang & Olufsen sound system and furnishings in ebony, sycamore and nickel, evoking Paris in the 1930s. State-of-the-art bathrooms are finished with black and white marble and, at the touch of a button, your bathroom mirror will become a TV.
The hotel restaurant has quickly become a local fixture for the hard-to-please local crowd, and is overseen by award-winning chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, while the Mark Bar is the chicest meeting spot on the Upper East Side, a wonderful place to share a signature cocktail in the evening. There is also a beauty salon and a fitness center, both completed to equally exacting standards as the rest of the hotel.
Above all, though, what impresses most about The Mark is the service, exemplified by the outstanding concierge, who will magically finesse entry to Manhattan’s most exclusive restaurants, theaters, galleries and boutiques.
Each of the 50 suites and 100 rooms at The Mark are luxurious serene retreats, personally designed or selected by Jacques Grange, in pale soothing tones that evoke the height of Parisian luxury in the 1930s. State-of-the-art baths, sheathed in black and white marble and nickel fittings, are a contemporary update of grand elegance. Beds custom-made for The Mark are dressed in the finest Italian linens and the technology is advanced, but not intrusive. The high-definition video and audio systems are Bang Olufsen’s latest top-of-the-line designs, and are universally compatible with all devices. Lighting, climate, and entertainment systems, and even the window shades, can be adjusted with a single touch.
|Seventy Seven Guestroom||
Beautiful south-facing city views and overlooking historic East 77th Street, the Seventy-Seven guest accommodations offer a unique entrée into one of New York City's most privileged neighborhoods.
The spacious Seventy-Seven guest rooms are 500 square feet (46+ sqm), and feature the best of Jacques Grange’s design for The Mark. The black-and-white marble bath has double sinks, deep-soaking tub and separate glass shower enclosure. The Seventy-Seven double rooms are furnished with two full size beds.
|Mark Premier One Bedroom Suite||
Facing Manhattan to the south and overlooking East 77th Street, the bright and spacious Mark Premier Suites are more than 1,000 square feet (93+ sqm). Truly flexible, they offer king-size bed in the bedroom and sofa in the living room, as well as amenities like a powder room and a walk-in closet. With furnishings of ebony, sycamore and nickel, fine Italian linens and bedding by Quagliotti, a Mark Premier One-Bedroom Suite offers generous proportions, a gracious sense of ease and every convenience imaginable.
Overlooking Madison Avenue and East 77th Street, a corner that epitomizes Manhattan chic, the grand and light-filled Madison One-Bedroom Suites are more than 1100 square feet (102+ sqm) and feature wonderful south- and east-facing views of the city and Madison Ave. These luxury hotel suites are furnished with a king-size bed in the bedroom and a queen-size sofa in the living room; in addition to the master bath, there is a guest bathroom.
If desired, a Madison One-Bedroom Suite can be connected to a Madison Queen and/or Seventy-Seven guest room to create a two-bedroom or three-bedroom Suite.
Located on floors 3 through 8 each guest room is outfitted with a Crestron room control panel that controls temperature, entertainment, shades and lighting with a single touch. The 32-inch HD television and audio system, with universal MP3 and laptop compatibility, are Bang Olufsen’s newest, best system. The black-and-white marble bath features double wash basins, deep-soaking tub and separate glass shower enclosure, all with polished nickel fittings by Lefroy Brooks, the renowned British maker. Other luxury touches include heated towel racks, a mirrored flat-screen television, separate telephone, and fine Italian toiletries formulated exclusively for The Mark.
The guest bathroom includes a glass-enclosed shower. Additional amenities include a sleek black-granite bar with SubZero drawers, complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi and local calls, daily shoe shine and morning delivery of New York Times or Wall Street Journal.
A complimentary breakfast of $30 per guest per day is included for continental breakfast in the restaurant or as in-room dining in your suite.
Children are welcome to come and stay at The Mark. However, there are no specific facilities or child care services offered at the hotel.
Facilities at The Mark include The Mark Bar, the Mark Restaurant by Jean-Georges (inc private dining for up to 18 guests) as well as in-room dining. The Mark is also home to the famous Frederic Fekkai Salon offering pampering and massage as well as hair and beauty, and a state-of-the-art fitness center is open 24 hrs. The Mark Hotel also features two meeting rooms featuring 850 Sq ft of meeting space.
The nearby Central Park zoo, Wollman and Lasker ice rinks, and the North Meadow Recreation center offering basketball courts, tennis courts, handball courts, softball and baseball will keep the energetic busy. There is, of course, a huge choice of museums, galleries, and heart-of-Manhattan shops on The Mark's doorstep too.
Complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi, in-room telephones are NEC 7-inch touch screen via VOIP. Local cell phones are available for use at the front desk, remote and confidential printing services are available, and include the capability of printing from handheld devices. IT support is provided by iButlers, available to assist via telephone or in the guest room or suite. The best concierge and valet services ensure that guests’ every need is quickly met. There are beauty services at the Frederic Fekkai Salon, twice daily maid service and laundry services. Local newspapers and local calls are also complimentary.
Location & Directions
New York, United States of America
Located on the corner of 77th Street and Madison Avenue, in the Upper East Side of Manhattan just steps away from Central Park.
When to go
Summer or winter, rain or shine, there's always great stuff going on in New York, so when you're planning a trip, there's no real "best" or "worst" time to go. Weather wise fall and spring are the best times in New York. From April to June and September to November, temperatures are mild and pleasant, and the light is beautiful. Summers can be hot and humid while winter snowfalls are not uncommon.
September to December is conference season in New York, and we would advise booking early for travel during this period.