Little 130-room Luma will add a touch of glass and class to 41st Street
--a stylish hotel designed by NY architect Peter Poon
with a glass curtain wall facade that will light up the space between two iconic pre-war buildings and it's
set to open later this year. Located on 41st Street between Broadway and Avenue of the Americas in the heart of New York City, the property is conveniently situated near prominent Fortune 500 companies, developing tech firms, international fashion houses and countless attractions, reflecting the ambition and allure of the city.
Rooms and suites will feature floor-to-ceiling windows, hot spots that deliver lightning fast complimentary Wi-Fi, plush beds, Nespresso coffee, ETRO bath amenities, Frette linens, bathrobes and slippers. Foodies will be happy to know that James Beard Award-winning Chef Jose Garces will open Ortzi, a Basque-inspired tapas restaurant and bar. The street-level restaurant and bar will be a new concept from the acclaimed chef with adjacent bar will offer signature cocktails and a robust wine program, as well as ample bar and café-style seating.
The ground floor lobby was designed by CCS Architecture, a San Francisco and New York-based design and architecture firm headed up by Cass Calder Smith, who brings bright, innovative touches to the area. LUMA will take a modern approach to hospitality with a fresh vision, independent spirit, intuitive service and plugged in partnerships, inspiring guests to make the most of the city.
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