Every room is designed with this French opulent, yet minimal style, tastefully incorporating elements of Baccarat crystal into each room and suite. Plush white linens, clean lines, and lavish finishes make for the perfect marriage between classic and contemporary design and help every guest feel like they are at home in their own Parisian pied-a-terre. Rooms are also equipped with a digital device that allows guests to set the temperature, open and close the curtains, control the television and even contact room service, all without leaving bed.
Common areas are no less ravishing. The Grand Salon looks like a scene taken out of Versailles; with Baccarat chandeliers hanging from the high ceilings, fresh flowers, and sculptures throughout, it creates the perfect ambiance to meet with friends for drinks, unwind after a long day in the city, or enjoy a meal. The Baccarat is also home to Chevalier, a modern French brasserie serving up the future of French cuisine, the vision of Executive Chef Shea Gallante. Here, you will find contemporary French dining at its finest, offering guests an unforgettably delicious menu paired with intimate, chic décor that make for a truly exquisite experience.
The luxury and elegance found throughout the hotel certainly isn’t lost in the amenities, markedly the Baccarat Spa, the first dedicated spa by the unparalleled skincare line, La Mer. With incomparable service and ultra high quality products, not to mention the relaxing and peaceful ambiance of the space, you will leave this special escape feeling like royalty. In addition to the spa, you’ll also find a private 24-hour fitness center in the hotel as well as a heated pool, lined with dreamlike cabanas.
This uniquely luxurious experience isn’t only reserved for visitors to the city; Manhattanites shopping for a new property or those looking to permanently relocate to the city can also enjoy all the Baccarat has to offer through the Baccarat Residences located on the upper floors of the hotel.
The Baccarat’s location simply couldn’t be better; walking distance from the MoMa, Rockefeller center, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, 5th Avenue, and Central Park, some of the city’s best offerings are right at your fingertips. The hotel also offers a private car service, which chauffeurs guests around the city anywhere within 15 blocks of the hotel in a vintage Citroën DS, making even more of Manhattan accessible. While the dining options within the hotel are impeccable, know that restaurants and entertainment opportunities located nearby in areas like Columbus Circle, Central Park South, and Midtown West are just a complimentary car ride away.
Proven to be a radiant addition to the city’s list of luxury hotels, the Baccarat, whether for a visit, for dinner, high tea, or for living, is a can’t miss sensation.