Grzywinski + Pons have designed the new Boro Hotel, located in the heart of Dutch Kills, an up-and-coming area in New York's Long Island City. The boutique property acts as the neighborhood's first design-centric structure, calling home to 108 guest rooms, studios and various public spaces. A blend of modern minimalism and classic architecture, such design elements include scraped oak floors, painted pallet wooden paneling, as well as leather, cork and sisal materials.
No two rooms are exactly alike, providing each guest with a truly unique experience. Many of the guest quarters boast terraces or balconies, while all feature floor-to-ceiling windows. Custom-designed furniture and coinciding light fixtures act as further personalized touches, with numerous adjoining bathrooms even showcasing freestanding bath basins.
In terms of Boro's more public spaces, the ground floor is open and well-lit, with a lobby area that encourages guests to take advantage of self check-in stations. The first floor also features a cafe bar where individuals can order coffee, cocktails, wine and various food items. In the future, the hotel plans to add a ground floor restaurant and bar highlighting a spacious terrace courtyard, as well as a rooftop bar with views of Manhattan and Queens.
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Boro Hotel 38-28 27th St. Long Island City, NY 11101