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The Maritime Hotel

From porthole to just plain pimpery. The maritime building was originally designed as the headquarters for the sailor's union in the 60's. It later became a shelter for estranged teenagers. In its final incarnation, it is the genius brainchild of hoteliers McPherson and Goode, who turned its tiny rooms into a place where any A-list celebrity would be happy to cast down their anchor and spend the night. In addition to the fabulous hotel, the space boasts Japanese restaurant Matsuri, a mediocre...

From porthole to just plain pimpery. The maritime building was originally designed as the headquarters for the sailor's union in the 60's. It later became a shelter for estranged teenagers. In its final incarnation, it is the genius brainchild of hoteliers McPherson and Goode, who turned its tiny rooms into a place where any A-list celebrity would be happy to cast down their anchor and spend the night. In addition to the fabulous hotel, the space boasts Japanese restaurant Matsuri, a mediocre Italian restaurant, and a nightclub called Hiro.

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363 West 16th St.
New York City, NY 10011
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October 19, 2010

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Visit http://nymag.com/listings/hotel/the-maritime-hotel/ to learn more about this nautical NYC hotel.

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September 19, 2010
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