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Mansfield Hotel

Address: 12 W. 44th St.

Neighborhood: Midtown West

City: New York City

Phone: 800-255-5167; 212-277-8700


Expert Review

Designed by architect James Remnick (St. Patrick's Cathedral) in high Beaux Arts style and first opened in 1904, the Mansfield Hotel was, in its heyday, home to some of the city's wealthiest Jazz Age socialites (Max von Gerlach, inspiration for The Great Gatsby, lived here). The Midtown space was reimagined by Andi Pepper and Stephen Jacobs in September 2007, resulting in a mix of refurbished original details and of-the-moment conveniences and amenities. Get a taste for the hotel's members-only feel in the mahogany Club Room, or grab a cocktail at the old-school M Bar. Might as well make it a Manhattan.

Tags: moderate | great value | landmark | jim's pick

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