The Mark

New York, NY

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The Mark is housed within a beautiful 1927 landmark building on an Upper East Side block but has been upgraded with modern interior designs with the help of designer Jacques Grange. Old world classics meet state-of-the-art technology at this Manhattan five-star hotel.

Awards and Accolades

The Mark is a member of The Leading Hotels of the World and managed by Alexico Group; recognized in Wallpaper and Fortune Magazine’s Best Business Hotels 2010; #2 of Fortune Top 10 Business Hotels in the World; #1 British Airways Top 15 New York Hotels.


The Mark features 150 suites and guest rooms, each offering custom-made beds with American white goose down duvet and pillows,  the most luxurious Italian bedding, linens by Quagliotti, black-and-white marble-sheathed bathrooms, deep-soaking tubs, Flemish-made towels, heated towel racks, polished nickel fittings by LeFroy Brooks, private bars with Sub-Zero refrigeration, black granite bar counters (able to be stocked with personalized refreshment selections), Crestron-remote controlled lighting, shades, temperature, and audio/visual system, 32-inch HD LCD flat screen, orchestra sound, Blu-Ray DVD, and systems compatible with laptop, smart phone, and MP3 players. Internet service is available via Ethernet/dedicated VPN, as well as complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi.


The Mark is surrounded by New York’s premier museums, shops and restaurants as well as Central Park. Need to get around but don’t have a car? The Mark offers a courtesy car for drop-off service from 5-8 PM Monday through Saturday and 12-3 PM on Sundays.

For on-site activities, try The Mark’s fitness center, designed by fitness expert John Sitaras, open 24 hours and featuring special equipment selected by Sitaras himself. The concierge can arrange personal training sessions, or try The Mark salon, courtesy of Frederic Fekkai, who oversees select hair and beauty experts.


The Mark Restaurant by Jean-Georges, with interior design by Jacques Grange, features innovative menus, a private bar, specially maintained fresh seafood bar, and even private cooking demonstrations for groups of up to 18 guests.

The Mark Bar displays furnishings by Guy de Rougemont and Vladimir Kagain and offers a chic meeting spot for those getting together in the Upper East Side.

Inspiring Features

  1. Have business to attend to? The hotel can arrange a private 212 or 646 direct dial line assigned to any guest suite per request.
  2. Local cell phones are available for use at the front desk.
  3. Need to print from your smartphone, or have a technology question? IT support is provided by the hotel’s iButlers via telephone or in-room.