Imaginative designs spill into the hotel's Hudson Cafeteria, a trendy spot for modern comfort food such as delicious macaroni and cheese and meatloaf. Sit on cafeteria-style benches and watch the cooks prepare your feast through an open kitchen. People-watching is a sport at The Hudson Bar, featuring an enormous hand- painted ceiling by Francesco Clemente, as well as a glass floor lit from below.
Two floors of The Hudson are devoted to meeting facilities, and the hotel offers a 24-hour business center. Guestrooms reminiscent of a modern yacht do not scrimp on comfort or design. Offering gorgeous views of the private park or Hudson River, rooms are sleek and cool, decorated with stark whites and browns. Down comforters, 300-thread-count sheets, wireless high-speed Internet and luxury bath amenities by Agua Bathhouse are just a few of the guestroom amenities.
For guests looking for something truly unique in an oh-so-Manhattan location, the Hudson Hotel will fit the bill.