1920s Paris lands smack dab in New York's Greenwich Village, and it's French Art-Deco galore with dark wood and brick accents throughout. From the purple velvet in the lobby to the penthouse's soaking tub and private walk-out balcony, The Jade Hotel is where the Gilded Age collides with The Village's own complex history.
Touches like C.O. Bigelow products, rotary phones and leather lounge chairs keep the vintage vibe alive. But rest assured, there is no sacrifice to modern conveniences -- Fitness center, WiFi and HDTV? Of course. Sips and Dining? The downstairs Grape & Vine serves up its artisanal Mediterranean best in a setting that expertly harnesses the neighborhood's Bohemian culture.