The Mark is located in the heart of Manhattan’s most elegant part, just one block from Central Park.
"Amazing experience, even better than the 1st time."
Our second stay at The Mark honestly exceeded all expectations. Even though we already had a pretty good idea how great the hotel was, the impeccable service and attention we received during our second stay just reinforced the first impression. Truly, best hotel ever. As we noted in our first review, the main aspect that distinguishes The Mark even among its NYC 5-star-rated counterparts, as well as among comparable European hotels, is the custom tailored attention to the minute detail its guests receive. During our second stay, we brought along our 2 Scottish terriers, for The Mark is famous by its incredibly friendly pet policy. Not only every possible comfort component was accorded to our four-legged companions, such as plushy soft dog beds by Molly Mutt, designer water bowls and placemats, but even the room service menu included pet gourmet dishes, prepared by the world famous Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten. The Mark restaurant offers a terrific breakfast, priced quite moderately. The John Loen shoe shine service is complimentary. We were upgraded to a corner suite, even without asking. The Reservation Agent ANASTASIA BELOUSKO provided an exemplary service, a true epitome of 'above and beyond'. All-in-all, a unique experience. And even though we recently moved our city stays to Lower Manhattan, we will most definitely come to stay at The Mark again, very soon.
"Chic and beautiful "
Me and my partner loved our stay at The Mark, the hotel is in a great location and the whole experience was perfect. We had a beautiful room, the interior design of the whole hotel was beautiful and and chic. I definitely will recommend this hotel to all my friends and family!
"One of the best if not the best hotel I have ever stayed at."
Stayed at the grand penthouse for 4 days with some of my friends. It was huge and very well furnished! Probably the best hotel I have stayed at. Although it was really pricey, I would definitely come back.
"Exceptional food and service "
This restaurant blew us away. Simple food at Michelin level. Whether it’s the cheeseburger, the veal or the salmon bagel pizza. It’s all exceptional as is the cocktail menu. As a side note, the chairs in the dining room are most comfortable I️ have experienced in a restaurant.
"Even getting a drink at the bar I was cramped"
In the neighborhood, I needed to cool off on a warm day with a glass of wine and a trip to the rest room. The hot dog cart on the sidewalk at the entrance, surrounded by hotel staff, was the first weird note. The bar, a wavy aluminum monstrosity with just six seats, had one open where I faced a huge display of bananas, of all things (they go great with wine and liquor, right'), which forced me to put my glass of wine off to the side, where there was about 8 inches of space. The wine was refreshing -- at $20, it should have been. The restroom' Up a steep flight of stairs nearby, with a gentlemen standing outside holding a stack of hand towels. Why outside' Well, the men's room was too small for him to stay inside. And both of the two stalls had locks that needed keys. I decided not to ask the guy outside for the key, which no doubt was attached to a huge wooden block to avert theft. Having a drink at a hotel's bar is just one of the ways I assess whether or not I'd stay at a hotel, or recommend it to friends. Based on this visit, I think the hotel's attitude toward guests fits the Urban Dictionary definition of "A Mark": "A person identified as an easy target, or "sucker". A mark is always the short end of a joke or scam, and is never let in on whats going on. A mark is usually being cheated out of money." You can be sure I'm not going back.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Diners Club - Japan Credit Bureau (JCB) - Discover
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM