DDTI*: Amazing NYC Views From Kimpton’s Ink48 Hotel

8 07 2015

Amazing NYC views at Kimpton in ManAboutWorld gay travel magazine

Today we had a tour of the new “Heaven over Hell” suite/function area at the top of the Ink48, a Kimpton Hotel with amazing views of NYC (and specifically Hell’s Kitchen, hence the name of the suite). With no tall buildings near the hotel, the views are unobstructed and  sweeping. These are westward-facing views but there are also views north, south and west towards the Hudson River and New Jersey. The suite is a splurge of course but suitable for a wedding celebration and honeymoon or other special event. (DDTI*: Daily dose of travel inspiration.)

Ink48 is also rolling out a new room product, a light, airy update on its current look and feel. Think Miami-esque white versus the current more New York-y red-and-brown palette in the rooms now. More on that later this fall.

Amazing NYC views at Kimpton in ManAboutWorld gay travel magazine

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5 responses

8 07 2015
Moritz

These views are amazing indeed! New York has so many amazing hotels!

8 07 2015
edsalvato

agreed! love that one. It’s on 11th ave, so pretty far west BUT the advantage is the sweeping north to south views. Plus I’ve always been a fan of Kimpton. Very friendly

9 07 2015
Moritz

Kimpton is great indeed. All hotels really make guests feel home, something I miss with Hilton or other larger brands!

9 07 2015
edsalvato

True that a lot of the larger hotels feel a little more anonymous. (which may be a good thing sometimes LOL)

12 07 2015
Moritz

Haha, true words 😀

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