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The Paul is the new kid on the block in Manhattan's chic NoMad district -- short for North of Madison Square -- yet has quickly acclimated to the New York lifestyle since its opening in October 2014. Targeted toward the millennial crowd, the hotel exudes coolness both inside and out, paying tribute to Beatles icon Paul McCartney through lyrical artwork and pops of Union Jack blue and red embedded into the decor.
Fellow British artists Brendan Dawes and James Zwadlo also influence the hotel's space, with Dawes' interactive visual art displayed in the guest elevators and Zwadlo's urban landscape works within the guest rooms. Amid the playful fittings, lofty windows provide sweeping views of the Empire State Building just north of the hotel and the Freedom Tower to the south. Personal touches are placed on in-room amenities, such as custom kimonos and bedside dictionaries. Guests receive complimentary passes to Blink Fitness, a two-minute walk from the hotel.
In a city that can be overwhelming to newcomers, The Paul's savvy and insightful staff make any guest feel like a local, arming them with knowledge from "Paul's Rolodex" to make the most of the surrounding neighborhood. La Mesa de Paul, the onsite restaurant, serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Guests need not walk far to reach the city's greatest landmarks, with the Empire State Building, Madison Square Park, Herald Square and eight major subway lines all within a five-block radius.
Guests receive 2 passes to Blink Fitness (2 blocks away).
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