Kimpton Hotel Eventi

Midtown, New York

The hotel

It may sit in one of the world’s priciest zip codes, but the radically revamped Kimpton Hotel Eventi has taken over an entire block of Manhattan – proudly showing off that fact with a wall of street-level windows giving passers-by glimpses of its dining and drinking venues. Of course, as a guest, you get to experience the glitzy world beyond those windows (and beyond the view-grabbing floor-to-ceiling windows in every guestroom). Part chic hotel, part art gallery (both in keeping with its artsy Chelsea address), its new lobby feels more like a designer’s living room thanks to the fashion-forward furniture, coffee table books, and warmly lit artworks. And, within four blocks of the Empire State Building, The High Line, and Macy’s, there’s no shortage of dining outside, but Chef Laurent Tourondel has made ‘dining in’ a must, with his Italian-influenced and industrial-styled L’Amico and The Vine.

Amenities

  • Spa
  • Fitness Centre/Gym
  • Internet Access
  • Close to City Centre
  • Restaurant

Where is it

On 6th Avenue, 3 blocks from Penn Station. Easy access to Midtown, West Village and a stone’s throw from Macy’s and Madison Square Gardens. Transfer time from John F. Kennedy International Airport: 60 minutes.

Hotel information

292 rooms with floor to ceiling windows. All with air-conditioning, flatscreen TV, complimentary WiFi, iHome docking station, mini-bar* and dual fixture marble rain shower. Standard King Rooms are 275 sq ft with 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Deluxe Rooms are 300 sq ft and are located on the corner for maximum natural light with 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

City View King Rooms are 275 sq ft and offer fantastic views of Midtown Manhattan with 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

City View King Deluxe Rooms are slightly larger than the City View King Rooms at 300 sq ft also offering fantastic views of Midtown Manhattan with 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Queen Queen Rooms are the largest room type at 325 sq ft with 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

L'Amico (Italian-influenced American restaurant). The Vine (bar serving light bites). Complimentary morning coffee and tea bar. Hosted evening wine hour in lobby. 24-hour fitness centre. In-room blow dry hair services*. Spa*. 24-hour room service*. Complimentary bikes. Complimentary WiFi. Valet parking $50 plus tax, per day for standard vehicles and $65 plus tax, per day for large vehicles (payable locally, subject to change).

*Denotes local charge.

One person must be aged 18 years and over in each room at check-in.

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Image of the Tripadvisor rating 10th Wedding Anniversay

Jul 2, 2020 TomVDP Rainham, United Kingdom

My wife and I travelled to New York for our 10th wedding anniversary back in July 2019, We had the most amazing time, seeing the usual sites of New York, spending the day in Central Park on Independence Day, getting lunch form Whole Foods Market nearby. The stay at Kimpton Hotel Eventi was superb, the staff were helpful, the restaurant L'Amico was… Read more
My wife and I travelled to New York for our 10th wedding anniversary back in July 2019, We had the most amazing time, seeing the usual sites of New York, spending the day in Central Park on Independence Day, getting lunch form Whole Foods Market nearby. The stay at Kimpton Hotel Eventi was superb, the staff were helpful, the restaurant L'Amico was fantastic, the breakfasts at The Vine was delicious every morning. I would recommend staying at this hotel to whoever wants to travel to NYC and no doubt we will back again very soon! The photos are the view from our room of the top half of the Empire State day and night and the view from there looking down at the hotel itself. Read less
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May 29, 2020 K8SAS21 Baltimore, Maryland

We typically frequent Kimpton hotels when we travel with our dogs— they have a great pet friendly policy and are super sweet to our pups. Due to so many Kimpton (IHG) stays, we are also climbing the ranks in status. I booked the Suite during the annual Kimpton sale and it was a great price for a suite in NYC. I called in advance to secure a… Read more
We typically frequent Kimpton hotels when we travel with our dogs— they have a great pet friendly policy and are super sweet to our pups. Due to so many Kimpton (IHG) stays, we are also climbing the ranks in status. I booked the Suite during the annual Kimpton sale and it was a great price for a suite in NYC. I called in advance to secure a fridge and microwave for the room— they have mini fridges but no microwaves :( I also let reception know we were staying during my husband’s birthday (they could also see this on his IHG profile) and they said they would have something nice in the room upon arrival. Imagine my disappointment when we opened the door to nothing :( :( meh . The suite was spacious for the pups with floor to ceiling window views of the city. The infamous happy hour wasn’t the best I’ve experienced at a Kimpton— only wine and the same type each night (Chardonnay and Merlot) meh. There was also no door person and the valet was not easy to find— seemed like there was only 1 person working valet? If you have pets, there’s not much grass around but our dogs loved the concrete “park” right behind the hotel. There are trees with mulch and lots of space to walk around instead of navigating the busy sidewalks. Read less
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Mar 16, 2020 HeydePierre

There's a corner in Manhattan where Chelsea meets the flower district and the streets smell like a garden. Along its 6th Avenue line lies a hotel, which is home to the city's most prized lobby. Equal parts luxe and seduction the lighting, leather and lure of Hotel Eventi's lobby emits a secret scent of magnetism. And though aesthetics and aroma… Read more
There's a corner in Manhattan where Chelsea meets the flower district and the streets smell like a garden. Along its 6th Avenue line lies a hotel, which is home to the city's most prized lobby. Equal parts luxe and seduction the lighting, leather and lure of Hotel Eventi's lobby emits a secret scent of magnetism. And though aesthetics and aroma may be what draws some in, it's the staff that keeps them there. Hotel Eventi is my favorite hotel in all of New York City – and I once stayed in 41 of the city's best boutique hotels in eight months for an article. There is only one I call home. As a creature of comfort, Eventi is an easy choice for any, but that's not what makes it home. Eventi is home because it's familial. A quality derived solely from the people who work there -- Johnny Lluberes. A man of authentic charm and character, who is as efficient as he is humble, helpful and exceedingly awesome. Victoria Tuchinsky I introduced her to my mother. An introduction I do rarely. But one-half minute spent with Victoria and one needn't wonder why. Class is difficult to describe but you know it when you meet it. Francois Etienne. My recent and first ever interaction with Francois was over the phone. Wit and service are two qualities hard achieved on their own, and almost never appearing together. Harder still is emitting not one but both over the phone. Pauline Stanisz. There is a grace that few possess, and even fewer can display while in the service of others. Pauline is one of the very few. She is as lovely as she is smart. Megan Smith made my day with a simple sentence. A talent one cannot help but applaud and admire. Malek Hasan I had never met, and within 30 seconds of doing so, had me smiling all the way to my room. But before we even walk through Eventi's door, Captain Kirk Bibby with a graciousness and ease all his own, welcomes my fiancé and me with real and genuine welcome. Every time. (to name just a few among many others.) Read less
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Mar 10, 2020 notesbymint Maryland

I stayed here with my spouse for my birthday trip. The hotel restaurant, The Vine, was good with excellent customer service (given complimentary sparkling wine and waiter suggested food based on his experience). The atmosphere of the hotel in general was quiet and cozy (dim lighting, no crowds in the lobby areas). Upon check in we were upgraded to… Read more
I stayed here with my spouse for my birthday trip. The hotel restaurant, The Vine, was good with excellent customer service (given complimentary sparkling wine and waiter suggested food based on his experience). The atmosphere of the hotel in general was quiet and cozy (dim lighting, no crowds in the lobby areas). Upon check in we were upgraded to a higher floor room (22nd floor, corner room 2201) which had great views of the Empire State Building and city below. The room was functional, not very big despite the good views. The room temperature did not match the a/c readout; it got very cold at night and the blankets on the bed are not heavy or comfortable. I would suggest bringing your own blanket (BYOB). The room was clean overall, but a few hairs were left in the shower from the last guest presumably. The 'Do Not Disturb' button is a cool feature as opposed to using a door hanger. The wine hour was good as it usually is with Kimpton, and I did not visit the gym. The location was within walking distance to everything I came to do: Times Square, NYPL, Morgan Library and Museum, Bryant Park, Empire State Building, several food spots. I would choose this hotel again for a NYC stay. Read less
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Mar 10, 2020 davidhW9476UT

Stayed here for 20 nights on business, room was clean and very comfortable. Hotel restaurants and bar get very busy so book early to avoid disappointment. Very conveniently located for Penn Station and plenty of other shops and restaurants.