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PUBLIC Hotel by Ian Schrager

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PUBLIC Hotel by Ian Schrager

We spend a lot of time searching for unique places to hang out, work from, and sometimes even stay for weeks at a time. We search for places that align with our values and the things we care about. Most importantly, we search for places that simply make us feel at home, and hope that they’ll do the same for you.

In the heart of New York City lies a sanctuary-like boutique hotel called Public. As you walk past the outdoor garden, and through the revolving doors, you’ll immediately feel the attention to design sensibility. You’ll head up that Instagram worthy escalator and be greeted in the lobby by the friendly staff. However, the check-in process is run by technology, not humans, which makes the experience even better so you can focus on enjoying the hotel instead of waiting in long lines.

This space is home to some of New York City’s creative professionals who spend their days working away on their laptops here. As you can derive from the name, it's a space made for everyone. A lot of events at the intersection of fashion, design, and technology are held here, the food is incredible, the vibe is on point, and is located in the Lower East Side makes it easy to get to. Don’t forget about the rooftop bar. You won’t regret it.

Public was designed by world-renowned hotelier, Ian Schrager, who shares a vision of providing luxury for all. Schrager is an avid believer that upscale lifestyles don’t need to be just for the wealthy, and we couldn’t agree more. Every part of the hotel truly makes you feel like you’re in a luxury home, but not in a pretentious way. In a familiar, welcoming way that honestly just makes you feel good. Our team respects the vision for the PUBLIC Hotel and supports it however we can. It’s one of our favorite spots in the city and people like Schrager continue to inspire us every day. It’s the feeling we want to bring into people’s homes.