From October 1st to December 31st, The Chatwal is offering the fourth night free on four-night bookings across all of the boutique hotel’s Signature Suites, including the newly redesigned Library and Heritage suites.

Recently voted by Travel + Leisure as one of the top 10 hotels in New York, The Chatwal is perfectly situated for exploring the city from the heart of the Theater District on 44th street. With 76 keys, the boutique, urban hideaway has an iconic 1930’s New York Art-Deco design and a rich history associated to Broadway, having been home to the prestigious Lambs Club – the country’s first professional theater club. The elegant Stanford White landmark building is renowned for its personalized service, where all guests have access to The Chatwal’s complimentary Butler Service.  It is also known for its exquisite spacious suites, many of which boast stunning landscaped terraces – a rarity in the heart of Manhattan.


The Chatwal’s style has been painstakingly designed to showcase its vibrant history in the Golden era of Broadway while ensuring the design is fresh and contemporary. The Chatwal’s  Thirteen Signature Suites includes the theater-inspired The Director Suite a chic one-bedroom penthouse with a fireplace, dining room and elegant furnishings by interior designer Thierry Despont and The Producer Suite – the Chatwal’s crown jewel penthouse which features a 1,200 square-foot rooftop terrace and comes equipped with a butler’s pantry.  Across all guestrooms, the decor is sleek and contemporary, featuring some of the finest Italian bed linen by Frette, luxury bath amenities by Asprey Purple Water bath, plush leather furnishings including vintage trunk-style wardrobes and all rooms and suites have soft suede walls which are meticulously brushed down each day.


The Chatwal has also recently redesigned two of its suites. The first is the Library Suite, a true escape for the lover of classic literature.  The elegant one-bedroom suite includes a handpicked collection of literary tomes and masterpieces in its own private library.


The second redesign is the Heritage Suite; a reflection of the Chatwal’s storied past and vibrant architectural nuances. The one-bedroom suite encompasses the origins of the Chatwal and Stanford White’s legendary Lambs Club with décor that brings together carefully chosen artifacts, documents and art in personification of the hotel’s unique heritage.




The Chatwal’s 4th night free offer is available for stays from October 1st and December 31st 2016. Valid on 4-night minimum stays in the Signature Suites including The Producer, The Director, The Manhattan, The Hollywood, The Chatwal, Garden, Zen, Sanctuary, Ruby, Emerald, Topaz and the newly renovated Library and Heritage suites.


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Located in the heart of Manhattan, The Chatwal Hotel bridges classic and contemporary like no other. Nestled between Rockefeller Center, Bryant Park and the Theater District, the landmark hotel, originally built in 1905 by Stanford White, has been beautifully restored and renewed by master architect Thierry Despont, re-launched in 2010 with 76 rooms and suites, several of which feature spacious terraces. Carefully selected amenities, professional butler service and bespoke service make it an ideal choice for both leisure and business travelers. The hotel is home to the Red Door Spa by Elizabeth Arden, and the famous Lambs Club Restaurant. This iconic hotel is the vision of hotelier and entrepreneur Mr. Sant Singh Chatwal.  The Chatwal was recently recognized in Travel + Leisure’s 2016 World’s Best Awards in the Top 10 Hotels of New York. The property was also recently included in Andrew Harper’s handpicked collection of finest properties in New York.



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