This historic red-brick hotel overlooking the Hudson River offers guests a slice of olden-day New York, with staff decked out in vintage uniforms and walls adorned with period carvings. It was originally built as sailors’ lodgings, and its nautical-themed rooms – modelled after ship cabins – pay homage to its past. Coincidentally, it once accommodated the survivors of the RMS Titanic.
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