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A Cultured Past
The Quin offers 208 guest rooms and suites, including 3 unique Specialty Suites and a Penthouse.
Each guest room and suite is elegantly appointed with DUX beds, Sferra linens, and Evolve Guest Controls.
Guest rooms are thoughtfully outfitted with custom-built desks, stress-free technology, and espresso machines.
Luminous marble baths feature spa products by Fresh and considerate amenities like personal tissue packets.
Spacious rain showers, enclosed in glass and textured tile, invite tranquility with organic spa amenities.
Bespoke furnishings and tailor-made closets were intuitively designed to offer ample space and storage.
Evolve tablets deliver complete control over climate, music, and lighting, as well as concierge assistance.
The Quin is a modern masterpiece built upon a classical foundation.
Vaulted ceilings, hand blown glass, and textured façades reflect the spirited artistry that inspires the hotel.
Expansive and luminous guest accommodations invite serenity in the center of New York City.
Considerate details complete each guest room, from spacious work desks to state-of-the-art technology.
The lobby level art gallery features a rotating collection of masterworks from the world’s finest artists.
Emory Roth, one of New York’s most prolific architects, constructed the original building in 1926.
The Quin’s central location provides effortless access to New York’s most inspiring destinations.
The Quin is centrally located on 57th Street and Sixth Avenue in midtown Manhattan—the heart of New York City.
The Quin is situated just two blocks south of Central Park, one of New York’s most distinguished landmarks.
Some of New York City’s most celebrated restaurants and lounges are within walking distance of the Quin.
With Fifth Avenue one block away, the Quin thrives at the intersection of couture, culture, and commerce.
Lincoln Center is home to the Metropolitan Opera, New York City Ballet, and New York Philharmonic Orchestra.
Central Park views from the terrace of the Quin's Penthouse.
DANIEL EGNEUS gallery
The Quin proudly presents featured artist, Daniel Egnéus.
Daniel Egneus is a Swedish born artist well know for his vibrant, fantastical illustrations.
Daniel has worked in Prague, London, Berlin, Bologna and Rome and currently lives in Athens.
In addition to the Quin, Daniel has worked with Haagen-Daz, BMW, Marie Claire, Time Magazine and Penguin.
Daniel has a unique style that is instantly recognizable which he calls “Quotidiano-Straordinario.”
Daniel’s illustrations are insightful and intimate, capturing fleeting but extraordinary moments in everyday life.
Originally constructed in 1926, the Quin hosted some of New York’s most prominent luminaries.
Leading baritone Giuseppe De Luca crafted two key Puccini roles at the Metropolitan Opera in his 20-year tenure.
Polish pianist Ignacy Jan Paderewski filled Carnegie Hall and Madison Square Garden with concerts in the 1920s.
3. Early modernist Marc Chagall is referred to as the quintessential Jewish artist of the twentieth century.
Newspaperman and author Damon Runyon celebrated Broadway in his writings and resided here in the late 1940s.
Renowned painter Georgia O’Keeffe first came to the attention of the New York art community in 1916.
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101 West 57th Street at Sixth Avenue, New York, NY 10019 | +1 (212) 245-7846