Private Air New York

Summer 2016

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Page 77 of 85 Private Air New York | Summer 2016 78 WEEKEND attached to some of the city's most iconic architecture including e Washington Square Arch; White drew upon his lofty talents and love of opulence when creating the six- story, neo-Georgian brick building. Featuring a lobby, grill room and billiard room on the first floor, a banquet hall on the second and with accommodations for members housed on the upper levels; White's building was a luxurious playground for the well-heeled theater set. In 1915, the was renovated to include a new addition that was a virtual mirror image of the original and in 1974, the building basked in the glory that came from being designated a Landmark by the New York City Landmarks and Preservation Commission. Today, thanks to the vision of Master Architect and Designer ierry Despont, the circa-1905 building has been meticulously restored and modernized as e Chatwal. Featuring seventy-six rooms and suites designed to reflect the very essence of traditional glamour and contemporary luxury, an Elizabeth Arden 'Red Door' Spa and the celebrated, Geoffrey Zakarian- created Lambs Club restaurant; the Chatwal is a true star in New York's theater district. Distinctly alluring as a whole, the quintessential jewel in the Chatwal's crown is undoubtedly the Barrymore Suite. Encompassing the entire tenth floor of the Chatwal; the suite includes four spacious guestrooms, four full baths, dual sitting rooms, kitchenettes and entertaining areas that sprawl across the suite's 4,500sf of interior living space and 1,000sf of private terrace.

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