The owners call it “an inspired piece of organized chaos”. The guests look at him as a paradise in the middle of the big apple. Hudson is a mix of those two descriptions: visual entertainment and interior comfort.
“Modern” is the main word to describe the hotel located on the 356 West 58th Street but there are also some rustic elements, from the wood chairs to the brick walls, the combination results perfectly. Despite de small rooms, big ideas always come to real life when we’re talking about Morgans, the responsible group for Hudson.
Fashionable and inspiring, the entrance leads you trough ivy walls, an interior lobby garden with trees and wooden communal tables. Arne Quinze was the responsible studio for the decoration and, during three years, the building was transformed into this amazing shelter, which was the housing of American soldiers during the Second World War. Today, there’s no war allowed to enter in Hudson: everything is about serenity and relaxing moments.
The atmosphere is warm and rooms are the personification of comfort. The unique ambience is captivated not only for the glowing yellow glass floor of the bar, but also for the light-filled escalator.
New York’s soul is concentrated inside Hudson, where the journey through the city spirit is a guarantee. The yellow cabs of big apple are a trademark, and Hudson palette combines perfectly with it.