A CLASS ACT IN NEW YORK
No longer just a glimmer in Baccarat’s eye, the French crystal maker has finally opened the doors of their landmark hotel in New York, opposite the Museum of Modern Art. In case you have trouble finding the luxury hotel, the 125-foot shimmering facade, made to resemble corrugated crystal curtains, should help.
The storied 250-year-old French brand selected a muted palette of creams, grays and taupes to reflect the cool elegance of a Parisian home.
Bathtubs don’t get much better than this- unless, of course, you ring the “champagne” button on each suite’s telephone handset for a bottle of vintage bubbly while you soak.