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MySuites Puts a New Spin on the Boutique Hotel Experience

Feb. 6th, 2012 | Comments 2 | Make a Comment   
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"Boutique hotels are fabulous for the first two nights," notes acclaimed Italian designer/architect Leonardo Annecca. "After that it gets old."

That's why he recently founded MySuites, a new concept in luxury accommodations based in NYC that puts a more personal and private take on the boutique hotel experience, combining glamour and comfort with a real at-home-in-Manhattan feel suited to longer stays. MySuites' initial collection brings together eight private suites located in the heart of the city's hip West Village, each featuring its own address and individual "retro chic" décor with a stylish narrative woven in. 

Every element of the décor in the suites is sourced from local designers, vintage and antique shops and special flea market finds, and each item is available for purchase via their Take-It-Home offering. All the suites are impeccably-designed one-bedroom apartments located in several classic New York prewar buildings for an authentic experience.

Each is equipped with a full kitchen, private bath and a separate bedroom and features air conditioning, Wi-Fi, cable TV, iPod docking stations and MySuites' signature handcrafted bath products. With MySuites' Concierge-At-Home, each guest's special needs are seen to, from room service to dinner reservations, laundry service, chauffeur and a private chef. Luxury amenities and online bookings are offered in two types of rates: Economy and Deluxe. MySuites also offers a curated collection of more traditional boutique hotel suites including choice accommodations at The Ace, The Standard NYC, The Thompson and The Dream Downtown, which are available with the company's bespoke services. Visit to learn more.
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Adriana commented on July 25, 2013

When I got to NY the NEW manager said she needed 30 min notice to get to the apartment, I waited for an 1 and 1/2. This was a saturday afternoon, once I checked in I left, when I returned the AC didn´t worked and next morning I called. They replced it on monday at noon. We left and return 5 hours later, the replacement AC didn´t worked either. I was with a senior citizen and a kid and they couldn´t stand such heat. We called but got no solution. We left the place thinking it was obviuos we would get a refund. Til this day we haven´t gotten it but got this reply from the manager: Hello Mrs Arenas, i am not sure you understand that the AC was replaced in 24 hours as we acknowledged the issue on sunday and by the am on monday it was replaced. Also even if the AC was not working on sunday, the suite it's provided with a ceiling fans and air tower that are just fine to have cool breeze. In addition concerning your mention of "breach of contract" please read the provision #16 in the terms and conditions: (e)You also understand that although mysuites will do everything possible to deliver the best services possible, temporary situations of inconvenience at the suites, or Hotel can happen: such as, no internet access,no hot water, noise emanating from other units or from AC units, minor leaks, but not limited to those. Mysuites will attempt to resolve the situation as soon as possible, however no refund of any kind will be given for such inconveniences if you are booked under a discounted rate, or economy rate. Bookings at full or deluxe rate will be evaluate case by case for any inconvenience caused. We will have our legal department to look into your request. regards, MySuites The reservation team Leo Ann Director of reservations In addition the kitchen was dirty. And I never got a contract. I don´t recommmend this place. I called many times before taking the desition of evacuating and got no reply. The air within the room was hot so even if there were fans they were blowing hot breeze. The small bed had an old and extremely thin mattress.

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Lena commented on May 24, 2013

This is the suite we thought we had booked in April 2013. We paid an extra $400 in order to secure this apartment. We were driven to the location in Christopher St late in the afternoon. The representative from MySuites was running late so we were driven around the city for an hour. On our return, another phone call, we were told we were at the wrong location and that the apartment was occupied. We were then transferred to another MySuites apartment in West St (Meat Packing District) called the Standard Deluxe. You can imagine our disappointment. It was late and after much discussion we were told we had no choice in the matter as there was no other apartments available. Our only form of communication was via email as the representative refused to give us the managers mob number. We were eventually told that the Salt Suite had plumbing problems. After numerous emails we were eventually reimbursed our $400. The Standard Suite was not suitable for my family. There was no privacy for any of us in the apartment, the loft ceiling is so low that you cannot stand up (my partner and I both suffer from back problems).The noise from the street disrupted our sleep till the early hours. Also, the apartment on the website boasts cutting edge design. Our towels were stained and the bedsheets looked slept in. There was no cable TV and the wifi was disabled for 48 hours as they had not paid their bill ! We did eventually enjoy the location but it was a disappointing start to our holiday.

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