The New York EDITION

The New York EDITION

The New York outpost of Ian Schrager's EDITION brand blends the integrity and character of a prestigious landmark building with a simple, sophisticated design sensibility. Originally built in 1909 as the headquarters for The Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, the historic 41-story clock tower offers 273 well-appointed rooms and suites featuring oak floors and dark oak wood-paneled foyers that form a private residential entrance, along with views of the Manhattan skyline and Madison Square Park across the street. Acclaimed British chef Jason Atherton makes his U.S. debut at The Clocktower restaurant, composed of three intimate dining rooms adorned in vintage black-and-white photography, a billiards room, and a lively bar.  
We'd expect nothing less from the founder of Studio 54, Ian Schrager, who returned to New York with his magnetic EDITION concept having already cultivated buzzworthy scenes in Miami and London.

The Loft

The loft features twice daily housekeeping service, fully stocked minibar, bottled water daily, newspapers of your choice delivered to your door upon request, and so much more.

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The Clocktower

Under the direction of Executive Chef Jason Atherton, this gastronomic gem has established itself among the renowned restaurants on Madison Square Park. Located on the second floor of the hotel, The Clocktower offers a menu of updated classics and contemporary British fare, experienced in a series of three uniquely themed dining rooms.

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The Spa

The Spa at The New York EDITION offers two treatments rooms with private showers and is available exclusively for hotel guests. Our intentionally edited spa menu provides meaningful choices from massage work to exfoliation.

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The New York outpost of Ian Schrager’s EDITION brand blends the integrity and character of a prestigious landmark building with a simple, sophisticated design sensibility. Originally built in 1909 as the headquarters for The Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, the historic 41-story clock tower offers 273 well-appointed rooms and suites featuring oak floors and dark oak wood-paneled foyers that form a private residential entrance, along with views of the Manhattan skyline and Madison Square Park across the street. Acclaimed British chef Jason Atherton makes his U.S. debut at The Clocktower restaurant, composed of three intimate dining rooms adorned in vintage black-and-white photography, a billiards room, and a lively bar.