NEW YORK—Hotel Chandler, owned and operated by Triumph Hotels, reveals its new guestroom design, updated lobby, and public spaces which are part of the property’s $10 million multi-phase renovation. Early next year, advanced meeting space, a private dining room, and new restaurant, Juni, are set to round-out the new look the Flatiron boutique luxury hotel.
All 138 guestrooms were inspired by residential design, with a neutral palette with pops of blue color in a variety of textures and materials. Superior, deluxe, and suite level-accommodations feature bay windows, cherry wood armoires, tufted headboards, rainfall showerheads, and four-poster beds in the Chandler Suites.
Led by interior designer Jane Capellini, the recent redesign encompasses the hotel’s lobby, a chic cocktail and wine bar, library room, and the Chandler Lounge. Inspired by the building’s original innate charm, Capellini maintained the historical integrity of the architecture. Design details include a unique built-in mosaic rug in the lobby, oversized arm chairs, 18th century clock hands, copper details, and the original exterior facade.
“Along with elevating the Hotel Chandler experience for guests with a property redesign, we’re pleased that the renovation coincides with and contributes to an exciting period of growth in our neighborhood.” says Kate Martin, general manager, in an announcement. “Our guests have access to some of the newest and most recognizable sites, and are in a prime spot to create memories at the city’s landmarks, parks, and restaurants.”
For phase two of the renovation, a 50- seat fine-dining restaurant named Juni is slated to open in early 2013 by Executive Chef Shaun Hergatt in partnership with ESquared Hospitality.