This place is pretty damn exclusive for something called Public Hotel. Actually, forget exclusive. This place is fabulous.
But despite its extravagant looks, Public Hotel is very decently priced (if you can say that anything is decently priced in New York).
The modest pricing is a conscious choice of Ian Schrager, the owner, who opened the hotel with a mission to make luxury affordable to all.
And while saying that anyone can afford a room in Public is undoubtedly a stretch, it might be the cheapest piece of boutique goodness you’ve seen in a long time.
Public Arts is an events space with frequent screenings, jazz concerts, and club nights.
And if you decide to call it a night, get your complimentary midnight hot milk and cookies at Louis café. So come in your PJs, no one’s judging.