Welcome to Hôtel Americano!
Located in the heart of the Chelsea Riviera between the High Line and the Hudson River.
The rooms at Hotel Americano evoke the feel of an urban ryokan with wooden platform beds, natural sunlight and warm lighting playing off dark tones and smooth concrete, with natural materials and pops of color also making an appearance. The effect is at once soothing and chic, an ideal home base in Chelsea. The hotel has 56 rooms across three room types; some rooms come with Japanese-style soaking tubs.
Bento Box Room Service
The square meals all New York is talking about. Five selections available for Breakfast, five more available for lunch or dinner.
Hotel Americano offers three square meals a day through our Bento Box Room Service. We can also pack a bento box snack for you, with your picks from the minibar.
Our restaurant, The Americano, serves up French fare with Latin flair in West Chelsea’s cutting-edge dining room with an outdoor garden patio.
The Americano, main dining room
The Americano, patio dining
Bar Americano is our private dining and cocktail space with its own private entrance.
For on-the-go guests and gallerinas in need of a nibble or caffeine buzz, the lobby coffee shop at Hôtel Americano serves fresh juices and smoothies, coffees and teas, and patiserinis.
A private lounge tucked neatly beneath the street.
Architect Enrique Norten
Hôtel Americano is designed by New York-based Mexican architect Enrique Norten, principal of Ten Arqitectos, the first recipient of the Mies van der Rohe Award for Latin American Architecture.
Interior Designer MCH
Well known for their design of Colette, Hôtel Americano is MCH’s first American project.
Soft washed denim bathrobe hand made in México, felt wool slippers, oversized Turkish bath towels, Japanese Imabari washcloths, Le Labo bathroom products, custom alpaca throw blankets, Samsung LED pro-idium HD TV, Joe Colombo designed Alessi optic clock, room service until 1am, in-room mini bar, in-room strongbox, guest bicycles.
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Bicycles are available for guest use. Bike one block from the hotel to the Hudson River Greenway Bike Path that runs from the Cloisters down to The Statue of Liberty boat docks.
The next time you see the smiling man in a beautiful suit on a basic bike, say hello. It’s Carlos Couturier, one of the founders of Grupo Habita, overseeing the opening of Hôtel Americano, the company’s first hotel north of the border.
© 2016 Hôtel Americano