5 NYC Hotels With Warming Fireplaces

By Bao Ong | December 26, 2017 | Lifestyle Jan12018_PostCleaning

A roaring fireplace is one of the most welcome sights during the winter months. So sit back and sip a drink beside a cozy hearth at these decadent hotels around New York.

The Jane

Jane Hotel.

An ornate fireplace takes center stage inside The Jane hotel’s The Jane Ballroom. Tuck into one of the plush sofas or chairs as you take in the Belgian fireplace, modern artwork, and unique knick-knacks like a disco ball and stuffed ram. Order a warm cocktail, and you’ll feel right at home among the whimsical touches. 113 Jane St., 212-924-6700

Mandarin Oriental, New York

Mandarin Oriental New York.

For the ultimate relaxing experience, book an appointment in the 650-square-foot Spa Suite at the Mandarin Oriental, New York. The fireplace is only one of the outstanding features in this room that also includes sweeping views of Central Park—all while you enjoy everything from massages to a deep-soaking tub. 80 Columbus Circle, 212-805-8800

The Baccarat Hotel & Residences New York

The Baccarat Hotel & Residences.

Guests at the ultra-luxe Baccarat Hotel & Residences New York across from MoMA are greeted by a blazing hearth in the hotel’s entryway. The charred white oak surrounding this fireplace fits the elegantly-designed space, where you’ll find one of the city’s fanciest restaurants and a breathtaking bar upstairs. 28 W. 53rd St., 212-790-8800

The Peninsula New York

The Peninsula New York.

There are no logs in the fireplace of the Peninsula Suite, but guests still get the same relaxing experience. This elegant space is lit up with bio-fuel candles that give you the same homey, cabin-like warmth. 700 Fifth Ave., 212-956-2888

The Marlton

The Marlton Hotel.

You don’t have to stay at The Marlton, a Sean MacPherson-designed hotel, to enjoy a fireplace located in the “living room” of this hip space. The soft lighting, comfy chairs, and polished service make this a fun, yet relaxing space to get away from the cold outdoors in a historic building. 5 W. Eighth St., 212-321-0100

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