Aman New York feels as if it is both at the heart of the action and completely isolated from it. Set within Manhattan’s landmark 1920s Crown Building, the hotel’s sumptuous, spacious suites demonstrate why the brand has a reputation for rarified luxury and simple, subtle elegance: working fireplaces, oak floors, enormous beds, and dramatically lit bathrooms. Aman has the most expensive rates in New York and those who have the means to stay here—or pay for a club membership (current price: $200,000)—have exclusive access to a collection of hospitality and wellness spaces. Architect Jean-Michel Gathy’s extensive restoration of the Beaux-Arts building either showcases its architectural splendor or transforms it with a luxurious palette of marble, basalt, bronze and blackened steel. Alongside a series of al-fresco terraces, two fine-dining restaurants, and a speakeasy-style jazz club, there is a flagship three-floor Aman Spa—the first of its kind in both Aman’s portfolio and the city. The space comprises a 20-meter heated indoor pool surrounded by fire pits and daybeds, two private Spa Houses (one hammam, one banya), and a slate of cutting-edge wellness and performance science treatments, ranging from full-body massages to cryotherapy. Aman New York 730 5th Ave, New York, NY 10019, United States TwitterFacebookPinterest Related Stories Travel City Guide Santa Clara 1728 A sanctuary in the center of Lisbon. Travel City Guide Casa No Tempo A pastoral retreat in the Portuguese mountains. Travel City Guide The Hotel Chelsea A legend of New York’s bohemian scene. Travel City Guide Little Cat Lodge A cozy upstate getaway. Travel City Guide The Darling A home from home in Copenhagen. Travel City Guide Santa Clara 1728 A sanctuary in the center of Lisbon.