Baccarat Hotel

New York City, United States

from €579 / night

Brand New

What we love

  • The hotel spa is an oasis
  • Glamorous swimming pool
  • Work out in the hotel's Fitness Centre
  • A short hop from the vibrant, buzzing city center
  • The Restaurant
  • Grand Salon
  • The Bar

Good to know

  • Valet Parking
  • 30 minutes from JFK Airport
  • Private Art Collection - Hotel is the home to stunning pieces selected by Parisian art connoisseur Frederic Chambre
  • Minutes from Fifth Avenue & Central Park

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Room Choice .................... per night / tax included

   Classic King


   Grand Classic Double


   Classic Suite


   Prestige Suite


The Look & Experience

This elegant hotel which is located in the heart of Manhattan is a real gem. In an unparalleled location, with impeccable service guaranteed and lavish design all around, what’s not to like.

Bed & Bath

Expect to find classy rooms at the Baccarat Hotel which are uniquely decorated and which combine luxury and style.

About Your Stay

Look no further than the stylish Baccarat Hotel when you are holidaying in New York City next. The hotel, which is directly across the street from the Museum of Art, is just a short hop away from the historic Central Park and Fifth Avenue where you will find many hip boutiques, museums and galleries. It is a prime perch for shopaholics. You’ll definitely be spoilt for choice.

Workout in the property’s gym, show off your best swimming strokes in the glamourous swimming pool or just unwind and enjoy a day of totally indulgence at the hotel’s intimate spa. During your stay at the Baccarat Hotel you will discover stunning pieces of art which were chosen for the hotel by Frederic Chambre – a Parisian art connoisseur. After visiting New York’s top sights and attractions, recharge with dinner at the hotel’s in-house eatery The Restaurant where top-notch French cuisine is served.  End the night with a glass of wine or an expertly crafted New York Cocktail at The Bar.

At the Hotel

Concierge assistance and room service are both available around the clock.

Staff that graciously handle every request

Slick service, sharp style

The hotel spa is an oasis

Glamorous swimming pool

Work out in the hotel's Fitness Centre

A short hop from the vibrant, buzzing city centre

The Restaurant

Grand Salon

The Bar

Private Art Collection - Hotel is the home to stunning pieces selected by Parisian art connoisseur Frederic Chambre

Valet Parking

Be In the Know

Local Bars
In advance of its upcoming project, Dirty French (a French bistro in the Ludlow Hotel), the guys behind Torrisi, Carbone, and ZZ’s Clam Bar have opened a companion bar – Lobby Bar (212 432 1818) in the hotel. It's got a chilled-out, comfortable, a-little-too-glamourous-to-be-rustic vibe, and top-notch inventive cocktails like the Grand Prix with Japanese whisky, coconut vermouth, ras el hanout (a North African spice mix) & bitters, and the Muddy Water with cumin rye, Irish whiskey, cinnamon, bitters & absinthe.

Visit Hudson Malone (212-355-6607) Doug Quinn’s bilevel riff on a classic New York saloon is named for his two sons and kitted out with an array of artefacts: a deer head, the storied owner’s bow-tie collection. Try a glass of its freshly released branded wine: Hudson Malone Elegant White or Rustic Red, from the Napa Valley.

The Tarlow Empire’s new venture – Achilles Hell (347-987-3666) is a casual bar in a former ’60s-era tavern. While the cocktails are impressive, Tarlow wine power-woman Lee Campbell has curated an especially strong list including Luneau-Papin Muscadet and Piollot Champagne that go well with oysters or clams from the raw bar.

Local Restaurants

April Bloomfield and Ken Friedman’s original Meatpacking District the John Dory Oyster Bar (212-792-9000) was an ambitious, pricey endeavour, but its reincarnation in the Ace Hotel is an understated knockout. Tall stools face a raw bar stocked with a rotating mix of East and West Coast oysters, all expertly handled and impeccably sourced. True to form, the rest of Bloomfield’s tapas-style seafood dishes are intensely flavoured. Chilled lobster tastes larger than life, its sweet flesh slicked in herbaceous tomalley vinaigrette. Meanwhile, warm dishes take their cues mostly from the garlic-and-olive-oil belt—meaty octopus doused in aioli, plus miniature mussels stuffed with boisterous mortadella meatballs. Though the utilitarian sweets aren’t worth sticking around for, the savoury food here merits the inevitable wait for a table.

Michael White's extravagant, spectacular shrine to the Italian coastline is a worthy indulgence. Spend you shall, and with great rewards at Marea (212-691-8211). Start with crostini topped with velvety sea urchin and petals of translucent lardo, then move onto seafood-focused pastas, like fusilli spiralled around chunks of octopus in a bone-marrow–enriched sauce or sedating (like ridge less rigatoni) in a smoky cod-chowder sauce with potatoes and speck.

Danny Meyer’s first full-on foray into Italian cuisine focuses on the foods of Rome. The menu at Maialino (212-777-2410), from Chef Nick Wanderer, sets a new standard with faithful facsimiles of dishes specific to the area. Antipasti include delicate baby artichokes—deep-fried in olive oil—served with a pungent anchovy-bread sauce. Among the pastas that follow is excellent spaghetti all carbonara with egg yolks, guanciale and heaps of black pepper. Entrees, like the namesake maialino, a golden, fennel-rubbed piglet haunch presented with potatoes basted in pig fat, are a reminder of just how seductive authenticity can be. The restaurant, which is new to the Gramercy Park Hotel, hasn’t absorbed any attitude from its snooty surroundings (the velvet-rope Rose Bar is just across the lobby). Instead, expect Meyer’s trademark warmth and impeccable service—reservations seated on time, spills covered up between courses, napkins refolded when you get up from the table.

The beautiful desserts are, like the rest of the menu, faithful to Rome. Torta della nonna is, like versions found all across the city, a mix of toasted pine nuts and lemony custard. Even better is a frozen tartufo—fudgy gelato with a brandied cherry in the centre—just like the ones served in the Piazza Navona.

With New York increasingly overrun by complex spins on Italian cuisine, Meyer’s tribute to Rome offers a reminder of just how seductive authenticity can be.

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