Be among the first to step into the ‘urban sanctuary’’ of the newly opened Aman New York, perfectly placed on the corner of Fifth Avenue and 57th Street in the city that never sleeps.
After a day exploring the iconic sights of Manhattan’s sidewalks and skyscrapers, retreat to one of the luxurious 83 suites to relax in front of the crackling flames of your own fireplace – a rarity for any New York hotel.
The boutique hotel, formerly the first home of the Museum of Modern Art, occupies floors seven through to 14 of this Beaux Arts building. The historic landmark has not only been restored to its former glory but has now been refreshed with the soothing spirit of Aman.
Each spacious suite is exquisitely adorned with Japanese-inspired interiors designed to bring balance and harmony. On the wall you will find a large-scale art mural, a replication of the 15th-century masterpiece Pine Trees (Shōrin-zu byōbu) by Hasegawa Tōhaku done on delicate rice paper.
Savour traditional Japanese cuisine in Nama which is Aman’s celebration of the washoku dining tradition and includes an omakase counter. With an abundance of social spaces, you can enjoy the year-round Garden Terrace, delight in seasonal pastas at the Italian restaurant, Arva, or order a vodka martini and listen to live music in the speakeasy-style Jazz Club.
Switch off from the outside world by indulging in a signature treatment at the spa which is spread over three floors. The Aman Spa New York features an indoor swimming pool surrounded by fire pits and daybeds where you can start and end your spa journey.