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  • Exterior of Crosby Street Hotel with floor to ceiling windows and a large bronze cat by the Colombian artist Fernando Botero. Crosby Street Hotel
  • The clean and airy lobby is characterised here by high ceilings, white walls all offset with original art, a sitting area with beautifully upholstered sofa and chair looking through to the drawing room and floor to ceiling window to the street outside. Crosby Street Hotel
  • The Crosby Bar serving with bold striped lounge seating and dining tables and serving breakfast, lunch, dinner, afternoon tea and cocktails all day long. Crosby Street Hotel
  • The light and airy outdoor Crosby Bar Terrace is ideal for warmer months with green tables and chairs, umbrellas and  leafy garden beds.  Dining is available all day long.
  • The Whitby Hotel exterior, 16 stories with floor to ceiling windows and direct access to the lobby, restaurant and public areas on the ground floor. The Whitby Hotel
  • The bright hotel lobby glass windows and striking original artwork, including three stunning marble sculptures by Stephen Cox and the colorful iconic loom by Hermione Skye O'Hea. The Whitby Hotel
  • The well renowned 30 foot pewter bar of The Whitby Hotel, crowned with an installation of 52 baskets rooted in local British culture and diversity. The Whitby Hotel
  • The Orangery with plenty of comfortable seats and tables for dining. A wall with sixteen art pieces showcasing various serving plates scattered around a leafy fountain oasis. The Whitby Hotel
  • A close up of a summery light yellow and blue statement head board and matching mannequin, with a night stand table with a fresh yellow flower arrangement. The Whitby Hotel
  • NEW YORK HOTELS

    There are two Firmdale hotels in New York. Crosby Street Hotel is situated downtown in the charming neighbourhood of SoHo. In contrast, The Whitby Hotel is located in the heart of upper Midtown Manhattan on West 56th Street near 5th Avenue.