“Fashion changes, but style endures.” - Coco Chanel
Much has changed since The Lowell opened its doors in 1927 between Park and Madison Avenues among Manhattan’s wealthiest townhouses on the Upper East Side. And the esteemed landmark hotel continues to endure as a timeless classic. For nearly a century, luminaries have sought out The Lowell to make it their home when in New York.
Within our walls, novels have been penned, plays have been scrawled and scripts have been studied. Movie stars have dined, musicians have gathered and politicians have rested. Guests from all over the world feel among family and luxury lives in the details.
History has given The Lowell a pedigree, but it’s our service that defines our legacy.