Baccarat Hotel

Forbes Says:

Commemorating the famous crystal company’s 250th anniversary, this dazzling 50-story hotel opened its doors in late 2014. The moment you walk in, you’ll be greeted with elegance—in the form of 12,000 Baccarat glass pieces, of course. The opulence is seamlessly woven throughout the 114-room hotel: The Grand Salon will flaunt handmade custom chandeliers and custom Baccarat-designed club chairs, while the guest rooms feel more like a modern Parisian apartment than a New York City hotel room, thanks to the abundant seating and Baccarat pieces made exclusively for the hotel. Unwind in the private spa and you’ll be transported from the hectic city life to the serene Côte d’Azur. Located next to Rockefeller Center, just off Fifth Avenue, it’s only proper that Baccarat Hotel & Residences boast a divine restaurant; a fine-dining eatery is in the works and will be situated off the entrance lobby.

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24 Hour Dining,Bar,Breakfast,Dinner,Fine Dining,Functions,Lunch,Winery




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