Your Home Away From Home: Q&A Hotel

May 12, 2016 | BTSNYC
Q&A Residential Hotel Façade

What do you do when your home renovations take longer than expected and you have over-stayed your welcome at your friends? Or the noise at the co-working space is driving you crazy?

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You are finally moving into a new place mid month and you are stranded for two weeks living out of a suitcase? Or worse, your furniture is not arriving for another month?

Answer: Q&A Residential Hotel, found in the 66 story landmark Art Deco building, is your home away from home. They offer 132 apartment-sized suites ranging from 500 to 1,400 square ft. with the features reminding a home. You can expect: a full sized kitchen including a dishwasher, valet laundry/ dry cleaning, fitness center and virtual concierge.

In addition to hotel amenities like: daily housekeeping, unlimited free wifi, unlimited local and long-distance calling, plush bedroom and bath linens. Plus, bath amenities by L’Occitane as an added treat – you’ll almost forget that it’s not your permanent address. All this, for no minimum stay either.

Upon entering the suite, you will immediately notice the modern décor which is a result of the design efforts of Furnished Quarter’s in-house design team led by Steve Saide, in collaboration with Benjamin Noriega-Ortiz, the designer behind the Mondrian Hotels in both New York and LA.

If you are traveling for business, the soon-to-be-open Black Fox Coffee (planned for June 2016), will serve up the best artisanal java from the land down under.

Moreover, if you want to grab and go, complimentary coffee/tea and breakfast treats are offered in the hotel lobby every morning.

And for those wanting to stock up the full-sized fridge the 13,000 sq ft Urban Market will be an oasis of high quality, gourmet prepared food to satisfy everyone tastes after a long day at the office.

Want a full fridge without the trip to the store? Grocery service is provided with delivery straight to your suite.

Need a space to meet or print out some must need documents? A business center is located next to conference rooms.

Lastly, and even more exciting, is the Michelin-starred chef April Bloomfield’s collaboration with restaurateur Ken Friedman. A four-level dining and drinking complex on the roof top is planned to open in 2017.

The accessibility to countless subway lines make Q&A the obvious answer to all of your questions.

To guarantee a seamless stay, we can also help with out Concierge Services and Corporate Services. So, contact us to learn more about them! It will surely feel like your home away from home.

Location: 70 Pine Street

Guest writer: Elena Murzello
Photo Credit: Courtesy of QandAHotel

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