Luxury Hotels: With unobstructed panoramic rooftop views of both the East and Hudson rivers, contemporary art work lining the walls, and a minimalistic style, The James New York, introduces Soho to luxury liberated. Similar to its neighborhood filled with art, culture and creativity, The James New York showcases pure opulence with artistic touches and locally inspired décor.
Flooding light into the guest rooms, the oversized windows provide plenty of natural light for an airy and serene atmosphere. The 315 square-foot upscale, residential-style guest rooms also feature panoramic city views. Each room boasts custom made furniture and well dressed beds with plush linens. The glass enclosed bathroom with rain shower head contribute to the bright and open feel of the space. Room amenities include a private work/dining niche, 42-inch flat screen televisions, reclaimed wood floors, custom robes and slippers, complimentary WiFi, and 100 percent Turkish cotton towels.
The 16th floor, 1,300 square-foot Penthouse Loft, designed by world-renowned Dutch designer Piet Boon, marries functional, timeless design and natural materials with distinguishing signature details. In the true Piet Boon tradition, the space is luxurious, airy, and inviting with bleached oak flooring and espresso stained millwork.
The Penthouse includes a dining room, a wet bar, a master bedroom, one full bathroom with a free-standing tub and a double shower, an additional half-bath for guests, and a grand living room showcasing expansive river views of both the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges. State of the art sound and lutron lighting systems to allow for complete environment customization by the guest.
In addition to various personalized guest services offered by The James New York, they generously offer complimentary hybrid Lexus car service to guests during their stay. Guests can also enjoy the New York skyline from the rooftop pool deck while sipping on cocktails. It boasts a sexy, social atmosphere, with an enclosed bar and lounge featuring teak wood decking and outdoor showers. The rooftop bar, Jimmy, is a contemporary interpretation of a classic pub with a 1970s New York twist, containing both indoor and outdoor seating for warm weather. Jimmy opens into the rooftop pool deck during the warmer months.
For dining options, enjoy celebrity chef David Burke's whimsical style and trademark dishes at the David Burke Kitchen, opening February 1. Focused on wholesome and hearty modern American food and locally sourced ingredients, Burke's dishes are sure to get your taste buds jumping.
Step inside David Burke Kitchen to find a rustic, yet warm, country barn setting. The decor blends industrial designs through exposed beams and glass views into the kitchen and wine cave. The dining room boasts a bold, theatrical experience: A carving station where dishes are plated in the center of the action. Or choose to enjoy David Burke's impressive menu in the comfort of your room with their in-room dining option.
Bridging the gap between industrial Tribeca and imaginative Soho, The James New York is a dynamic combination of modern design elements and a showcase for local artists. Experience New York at The James and you'll experience luxury liberated.
The James New York
27 Grand Street
New York, New York 10013