The Mark



25 E 77th St Upper East SideSee nearby area


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Lonely Planet review

French designer Jacques Grange left his artful mark on The Mark with bold geometric shapes and rich, playful forms that greet visitors in the lobby (the zebra-striped marble floor is pure eye candy). Upstairs, the beautifully renovated rooms and suites boast a more subdued aesthetic, though equally embracing of high style.

Light and airy rooms are set with coffered ceilings, fine Italian linens and elegant custom-made furnishings. Touch-screen panels control temperature, the lighting scheme and sound, which comes courtesy of Bang & Olufsen. Black-and-white-tiled bathrooms have more than a whiff of art deco (and there’s a separate shower and soaking tub), though technology makes its appearance here as well – with a flat-screen TV embedded in the mirror. On the downside, the least expensive rooms can feel small, and service can sometimes be a little hipper-than-thou.

Our independent authors have visited The Mark and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Upper East Side.

Services & facilities

  • Air Conditioning
    • aircon
  • Wi-Fi/internet access
    • wifi
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