Frieze New York

Randall's Island Park

May 2019

Hôtel Americano

518 West 27th Street
New York, NY 10001
Located in the heart of Chelsea's art gallery district, Hotel Americano, celebrates contemporary art and a passion for Manhattan.

The hotel's design is a warm Japanese minimalism - all guestrooms with the feel of an urban ryokan with wooden platform beds, warm lighting, and luxurious natural materials. 

The 56-room hotel features decidedly Mexican touches, such as an outdoor rooftop pool in warmer months, along with New York style details such as iPads in every room, which are full of recommendations for the best local galleries, restaurants, and shops. Bicycles are also on-hand to explore the High Line and Hudson River Park. Embracing Chelsea's world-class art galleries, its multicultural residents, and its industrial past, guests feel as if they are a part of the local scene from the moment they arrive.

Frieze guests can enjoy 15% off best available rate using promo code FRIEZE18. Rate includes wireless high-speed internet access.

For more information or for reservations please call +1 212-216-0000 or email reservations@hotel-americano.com.

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