The Chatwal New York City
130 West 44th Street New York, NY 10036
76 rooms, 10 floors
The Chatwal New York, a Luxury Collection Hotel, is a landmark Stanford White-designed building that is truly a star reborn. Once home to the famous Lamb's Club, this historic gem has reinterpreted 1930's New York for the modern age.Welcome to a world awash with bygone glamour. Here, gentility is alive and well and smashing Art Deco style shines. This beautifully restored property ensures no detail has been overlooked. The Chatwal, a Luxury Collection Hotel, features guestrooms and suites that capture the romance of the past. Pairing the city's signature sophistication with a luxury all its own, this hotel is a toast to the golden age of travel. Located in Midtown, the Chatwal is a short stroll from Rockefeller Center and Times Square, and is surrounded by world-class shopping the city's finest restaurants, and vibrant nightlife venues. Chatwal guestrooms offer a fresh perspective on the luxury hotel experience. The highest quality bath products available revive while plush linens invite a perfect sleep. Sink into gentle slumber under the finest 400-thread-count linens. Enjoy luxurious pampering with designer bath amenities in the spacious bathroom. Slip into a comfy robe, order room service from renowned chef Geoffrey Zakarian, and simply relax.The Chatwal is excited to announce an exclusive partnership with Elizabeth Arden's Red Door Spa at The Chatwal. Featuring 2,400 sq ft of privacy, the Red Door Spa at The Chatwal boasts 3 appointed treatment rooms, 3 private changing suites with steam showers, and manicure/pedicure studio.
(Additional fees may apply to some amenities)
- Pets Welcome
- Room Service
- Fitness Facility
- Dry Cleaning/Laundry
- Spa Services
- Interior Corridors
- Wheelchair Accessible
Lambs Club Restaurant
With The Lambs Club, Chef Geoffrey Zakarian has brought his vision of Modern American cuisine to The Chatwal Hotel. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner,the 90-seat restaurant has a luxe Empire Deco ambiance with walls that could tell a thousand tales. Built in 1905, this Stanford White-designed building was a clubhouse for The Lambs, America's first professional theater club, and served as home away from home for its members such as Charlie Chaplin, W.C. Fields, John Barrymore, Spencer Tracy and Fred Astaire. These infamous notables spent many a night in their "grill room" swapping tales, breaking into song and of course, generally having a swell time.
In the lobby,a bespoke bar recalling the age of steamship travel offers a few barstools to enjoy a glass of champagne and watch the comings and goings of the hotel.
The Lambs Club Restaurant
PROPERTY HAS 1 RESTAURANTS ON-SITE
LAMBS CLUB RESTAURANT AND BAR
TYPE OF RESTAURANT - FULL SERVICE RESTAURANT
MEALS SERVED - BREAKFAST - LUNCH - DINNER - DESSERT
FROM 0700HRS TO 1000HRS MON-FRI
FROM 1145HRS TO 1430HRS MON-FRI
FROM 1700HRS TO 2300HRS MON TUE WED THU
RESTAURANT DESCRIPTION -
ALSO OPEN 1700-0000 FRIDAY-SATURDAY / 0700-1430
SATURDAY-SUNDAY / 1700-2200 SUNDAY.