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Mr. C Seaport

Glam by Design

from$202*night
Includes all taxes & fees
*Based on a 7 night stay, from Wed, Jan 6 to Wed, Jan 13. Perks may not apply to this rate. view this rate

New York City

Mr. C Seaport

Glam by Design

What it is

A European-inspired hideaway in Manhattan’s centuries-old South Street Seaport district, with spa-like rooms and Brooklyn Bridge views.

What it isn't

Hands off. This is New York service at its finest, from the daily shoe shines to the 24-hour in-room dining by the iconic Bellini Restaurant.

What we think

When a hotel is family-run, you can expect a certain amount of warm welcome. When the family in question is the iconic Italian restaurateur clan the Cipriani family, you’ll be treated like you’re their long lost sister Beyonce. Guest rooms done in calming neutrals, and fitted with OTT amenities: 55-inch 4K HD Samsung tvs, Italian linens from Casa Rovea, Lutron lighting, teak millwork, a rainshower with Hansgrohe fixtures, and furniture made in Italy by Tedeschi. It’s well worth asking to book the Premier Peck Slip King Terrace room for your very own private terrace peeping out on the Financial District.

You're here because

You have a special thing for Italian hospitality meets New York street cred.

The Moment

Aperitivo Hour is maaaybe the best thing ever invented—and here, where it happens daily from 4 to 7, is edible heaven. You slink into one of the lobby’s pink velvet armchairs, sip your Aperol Spritz, and wait for the waiter to bring out more charcuterie. New York, you really are a heck of a town.

Location

Tucked under the Brooklyn Bridge in the South Street Seaport district, just a few blocks stroll from Wall Street and circa 1697 Trinity Church, where Alexander Hamilton is buried.

33 Peck Slip
New York, 10038
NY, United States

Restaraunts & Bars

Bellini - Modern take on traditional Italian cooking

Bellini Bar - Large selection of wines and spirits from Italy, as well as a thoughtfully crafted cocktail menu including the original 'Bellini'