Make yourself at home at WestHouse, a Townhouse-inspired boutique hotel found just a short walk from Times Square and Central Park. Unwind in the lounge bar or on the hotel’s private terrace, with views of Manhattan and the Hudson River, and start the day with a continental breakfast. WestHouse treats its guests as ‘Residents’ with an elevated level of intuitive service, and each room features a flat-screen cable TV, a tablet and private bathroom with free premium toiletries.A Residents Fee per adult, per night will be charged in addition to the room rate. The mandatory nightly residents' fee provides for the following privileges through the stay: Barista bar and non-alcoholic beverages available all day - Evening light fare, a curated selection of alcoholic beverages every evening from 17:00 to 19:00 hours - Wi-Fi and local calls - 24-hour Fitness Center - 24-hour business center services - Bottled water in-room - Daily housekeeping, including nightly turndown service upon request - Get 10% off at Mulberry and Grand shop **Please note, the Residents fee is not inclusive of service gratuities.
With its crystal chandeliers, eucalyptus wood accents, polished nickel inlays and detailed handrails, The Den is a welcoming space of cool rich colors trimmed in grays and deep mahogany woods; an exclusive hotel bar and lounge open only to Residents and their invited guests. A fresh and modern interpretation of a classic New York City speakeasy boasting an antique fireplace and intimate bar, the private lounge features a curated menu of charcuterie and crafted cocktails, including the hotel’s unique take on the Old Fashioned; the cacao fruit-infused Oldie But Goodie finishes with a smooth kick, and is already causing a stir in trendy magazines. By design, The Den’s raised floor means Residents are not eye-level with the street, allowing for a bird’s eye view of passersby. Even here on the hotel’s first-floor lobby level, the views are quintessential New York as a setting sun at cocktail hour casts golden hues on an elaborate Beaux Art building just across the street.