The Surrey

Upper East Side

The Surrey, New York’s only Relais & Chateaux boutique hotel, is an art-lover’s paradise. Located near the city’s Museum Mile, the hotel houses an expansive permanent art collection with an estimated value of $31 million. Though guests can see the collection in the hotel’s public spaces, the crème de la crème (including works from Mel Bochner and Richard Serra) are on display in the Presidential and Penthouse Suites. All rooms feature hand-painted wardrobe armoires and a pillow menu (buckwheat or Tempurpedic, anyone?). In warmer months, guests are wise to make use of the spectacular rooftop garden and lounge area, open only to those staying at the hotel. (Rooms, from $455)

The Surrey
20 E. 76th St.New York, NY United States
212-905-1477

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