The Mark Hotel

The Mark is housed, as it has always been, in the beautiful, 1927 landmark building at the corner of 77th Street and Madison Avenue. But inside, The Mark has been completely reimagined and given a new life and identity for the 21st century.

Newly-reborn, The Mark combines old-world comfort, avant-garde design, up-to-the-minute technologies and an unprecedented level of personal service to create the finest five-star hotel of the 21st-century.


Drawing on the expertise of an extraordinary group of talents — foremost among them the designer Jacques Grange and the hotel General Manager Olivier Lordonnois — The Mark Hotel is now a beacon of high French style and modern American technology and comfort. The delights of The Mark are both bold and discreet. The graphics lobby is colourful and convivial, studded with unique objects d’art that surprise and intrigue.

The guest rooms and suites are private havens of quiet, understated luxury, seamlessly incorporating the latest personal technologies into Grange’s sublimely serene décor and furnishings.

Situated in one of Manhattan’s most exclusive neighbourhoods, surrounded by New York’s premier museums, retailers and restaurants, and the splendour of Central Park, The Mark not only surrounds you in luxury and style, it places you at the epicentre of Manhattan’s social and cultural riches.

The Mark is also home to the world’s most famous hairstylist, Frederic Fekkai and The State-of-the-art fitness centre, designed by the celebrated fitness expert John Sitaras and a John Lobb shoe-shine kiosk.

Each New York City suite and guest room at The Mark Hotel is a luxurious, serene retreat. As in the great public spaces, the hotel’s designer Jacques Grange applied his same bold vision and exacting eye for detail, but in a quieter, more private key.

With furnishings of ebony, sycamore and nickel, fine Italian linens and bedding by Quagliotti, the Seventy-Seven King Rooms serve as a chic and private oasis in the heart of New York City’s most elegant neighbourhood. Each guestroom is outfitted with state-of-the-art HD televisions and audio systems and a Crestron panel that controls temperature, entertainment, shades and lighting with a single touch.

The black-and-white marble bath features double wash basins, a deep-soaking tub and separate glass shower enclosure, both with polished nickel fittings by Lefroy Brooks, the renowned British maker. Other luxury touches include heated towel racks, a mirrored flat-screen television, separate telephone, and fine Italian toiletries formulated exclusively for The Mark.

Additional amenities include a sleek black-granite bar with SubZero drawers, complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi and local calls, daily shoe shine and morning delivery of New York Times or Wall Street Journal.

A Seventy-Seven King can be converted to twin beds or double beds and can also connect to another Seventy-Seven Guest Room or to a Seventy-Seven One Bedroom Hotel Suite.

The Mark Restaurant by Jean-Georges in NYC features a masterful design by Jacques Grange and an innovative restaurant menu specially crafted by NYC’s pre-eminent chef, the award-winning Jean-Georges Vongerichten.

The chic, lively Mark Bar, designed by Jacques Grange with specially made furnishings by Guy de Rougemont and Vladimir Kagan, is the most stylish meeting spot on Madison Avenue, ideal after work, before dinner, or after theatre. This popular New York City lounge serves handcrafted classic and signature cocktails.