The Surrey Grounds
The Surrey hotel is a gem in Manhattan’s Upper East Side, drawing the feeling of a residential townhome with its Beaux-Arts design, private roof garden, relaxing Spa, and gourmet dining. The Surrey lobby displays coffered ceilings, limestone walls, marble archways, and other eclectic elements, and guests’ personalities and preferences drive their service.
Awards and Accolades
The Surrey’s Café Boulud received a Michelin Star and a 3-star New York Times review; Top 10 Favorite Hotels by Travelocity customers; recognized in Tatier as one of the 101 Best Detoxes, Clinics, Camps, Yoga Retreats, and Spas in the World.
The Surrey features 189 salons and suites, some with private terraces, fireplaces, and small kitchens. All salons and suites include Duxiana beds, custom Sferra bedding, Pratesi towels and robes, Laura Tonatto bath amenities, Waterworks bathroom fixtures and Carerra Italian marble.
The Surrey is steps away from Manhattan’s Museum Mile, but the hotel itself has its own private art collection featuring over 31 contemporary art pieces, including conceptual art by Jenny Hozer, Chuck Close tapestry, and furnishings by Jimmie Martin.
The Spa at The Surrey offers five treatment rooms with private showers and customized treatments, such as massage, facials, manicures, pedicures, and more, with products of Darphin Paris and Lit’ya of Australia.
The Surrey’s second floor fitness center is open 24 hours and offers Life Fitness cardio machines with individual video and headsets.
The Surrey’s award-winning Café Boulud is a celebration of New York café society with inspirations from Chef Daniel Boulud’s twist on French cuisine. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are available in this café with menus inspired by classic French cuisine, seasonal delicacies, the vegetable garden, and the flavor of world cuisines.
Bar Pleiades at The Surrey is named for a Manhattan French restaurant popular with the elite in art in the 80s and 80s. This bar displays décor inspired by Coco Chanel and offers a distinctive cocktail menu.
The Surrey’s 17th floor offers a seasonal private rooftop garden overlooking the Upper East Side and Central Park, providing light dishes and a variety of cocktails.
- Originally a residence hotel, The Surrey was once home to JFK, Bette Davis, Claudette Colbert, and more.
- The exceptional interior design exists thanks to collaboration with acclaimed designer Lauren Rottet, who focused on maintaining the hotel’s historical integrity while modernizing its amazing features.
- For a bit of tranquil elegance, try their seasonal private rooftop garden for a night of romance or entertaining business clients with light food from Café Boulud, signature cocktails, fresh fruit and herbs.