Boutique Hotel in the Heart of the Flatiron District
In 1902, when the Flatiron Building was completed in Manhattan, it was one of the city’s tallest structures, with a unique wedge shape that gave it its name. Now a National Historic Landmark, the Flatiron Building has become the main landmark of Manhattan’s Flatiron District, a neighborhood known for its stylish shops and eclectic restaurants. Located a few blocks away, housed inside a building constructed around the same time as the Flatiron, The MAve Hotel offers rooms with eye-catching interior design. From its collection of urban art to its simple yet luxurious rooms, The MAve seamlessly fits in with the fashionable outlets along Madison Avenue.
Up in the Madison Queen and Boulevard King rooms, you’ll find 9.5-foot-high ceilings and fresh white walls and linens. Pops of color accent the rooms, from brilliant red headboards to bright artwork over the bed. In the morning, wake up to a complimentary breakfast before heading outside to explore the neighborhood.
Flatiron District, New York: Historic Architecture, High-End Shopping, and Madison Square Park
Located about a mile south of Times Square, the Flatiron District has plenty of history—Theodore Roosevelt was born here, and the area is home to the Met Life Tower, the New York Life Building, and other well-known Manhattan skyscrapers. While home to publishing houses and advertising agencies, the Flatiron District also draws shoppers to its high-end outlets. Upscale department stores such as Bergdorf Goodman and Lord & Taylor are based here.
Staying at The MAve, you’ll be within a five-minute walk of Madison Square Park, a public park with newly revamped gardens, and the Shake Shack, a popular year-round outdoor burger stand well worth the usual wait.
While you’re in Manhattan, there’s no shortage of museums to walk through, from the Museum of Modern Art, home to van Gogh’s The Starry Night, to the Frank Lloyd Wright–designed Guggenheim building. Back in in the Flatiron District, the Museum of Sex offers visitors a look at more than 15,000 artifacts and artworks depicting human sexuality.
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