What makes New York’s Hotel Sixty LES a haunt for the creative crowd
And why it should be your next stop
Hotel Sixty LES’s bespoke design, sleek rooms, and party-hearty vibe make this Lower East Side landmark a haunt for the creative crowd.
TOP MOVES: Go from midday drinks to midnight clubbing at Make Believe, the hotel’s newest rooftop project. The decor is a mix of North African and East Asian influences, and the music is as globally inspired as the interiors, with groovy sounds from south India, Brazil and Cuba.
Empire terrace room
PRO TIP: The Lower East Side is one of the city’s best cultural districts—sprinkled with contemporary art galleries, boutiques and food haunts. Don’t miss out on a meal at New York’s Asian restaurant and bar of the moment, Vandal, which is a short walk from the hotel. Stop by, and tuck in.
The living room of the two-bedroom suite
The rooftop pool
HEAD FIRST: Andy Warhol’s face greets you from the bottom of the swimming pool, which is surrounded by loungers, perfect for sipping on drinks or snacking on nibbles from Blue Ribbon Sushi Izakaya. Then, there’s the spa, which offers a range of wellness therapies curated from the Indo-Pacific. If you’re feeling slothful from your dip, you can opt for an in-room treatment too.