New York, United States

Made Hotel

Price per night from$194.65

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Urban nest


Manhattan’s heart

Roof-terrace-toting Made Hotel combines raw materials and a community ethos in the very core of the Big Apple. The 108 rooms feature concrete ceilings, bronze fixtures and bohemian fabrics, as well as cleverclogs design touches from interior-experts Studio MAI. Oversized floor-to-ceiling windows look out onto NoMad’s townhouses and watertowers, but the best views of all are up at Good Behavior – the plant-laden cocktail lounge serves tiki-style drinks on an Empire State-facing terrace. Authentic tapas is the pride of basement restaurant Debajo, and coffeeshop Paper is a neighborhood hotspot for the local creative set.

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Photos Made Hotel facilities

Need to know


108, including three suites.


12pm; earliest check-in, 3pm – but both are flexible, subject to availability.


Double rooms from £175.83 ($223), including tax at 14.75 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional local city tax of $3.50 per room per night on check-out and an additional resort fee of $34.43 per room per night on check-out.

More details

Rates exclude breakfast (from $15) and a daily $34.43 ‘curation’ fee that gives you access to Good Behaviour (except private events), one day pass to Blink Fitness, Tokyo bikes to borrow, WiFi, a glass of house red or white wine and and a coffee at Paper.


Common areas and Standard rooms are accessible for wheelchair users.

At the hotel

Rooftop bar, patio garden, WiFi. In rooms: TV, Revo music system, minibar, Malin + Goetz bath products.

Our favourite rooms

All the rooms have nifty design features to save space, such as platform storage beds and fold-down walnut desks. There are rooms in each category on a range of floors, so ask for loftiest one available. Top pick is a Deluxe room, thanks to its king-size bed, hand-carved stone sink, and floor-to-ceiling city views.

Packing tips

Deep Heat – you might get an ache with all that neck-craning.


Join in the seasonal activities, which include rooftop yoga at sunrise, cooking classes with guest chefs, and talks with visiting authors.


Yes – one pooch up to 70lbs in weight can share your room, for a flat fee of $100. See more pet-friendly hotels in New York.


All ages welcome. Baby cots can be added to all room types (except the Double category) free of charge.

Food and Drink

Photos Made Hotel food and drink

Top Table

Snag a spot facing the open kitchen, and watch dinner in the making.

Dress Code

City slacks – it’s upscale food in a down-to-earth atmosphere.

Hotel restaurant

Residing in the hotel’s open-plan basement, the low-key tapas restaurant 'Debajo' offers a friendly and warm atmosphere. Meateaters can sink teeth into the Ibérico pork belly or mustard-infused bavette steak, but Debajo ensures that the veggies play anything but second fiddle: highlights include the tahini-topped broccolini, and the shisito peppers soaked in lemon and pimenton salt, alongside the crisp fried cauliflower. The Debajo kitchen delivers food to the Lobby Bar each morning, which also serves as a casual all-day menu. Streetside coffee shop Paper is the go-to for belly-warming drinks and baked goodness.

Hotel bar

The 18th-floor lounge, Good Behavior, has sweeping city views – but there’s a whole lot more to it – take in the full panorama of water towers and Gilded Age architecture from the volumetric centre of the city. Tiki-inspired cocktails are shaken in a plant-filled lounge with DJ decks and a 22ft curving wall of glass. 

Last orders

Breakfast is served in the Lobby Bar from 6am to 11am, Monday to Friday (11.30am at weekends). The Lobby Bar is open until 1am every day, and Paper operates from 7am to 5pm daily.

Room service

A range of options can be delivered to your bedside from 7.30am till 10pm.


Photos Made Hotel location
Made Hotel
44 W 29th St
New York City
United States

Made Hotel is in the NoMad neighbourhood, between the Flatiron Building and the Empire State Building; in other words, it’s prime central NYC.


The largest airport is JFK, which – once you’ve worked out how to get out of there – is around 45 minutes to the hotel by taxi. Alternatively, many international carriers also fly into Newark and LaGuardia – both are a simple half-hour drive, if you don’t hit a traffipocalypse.


There are a clutch of Subway stations within a five-minute walk on 28th Street; the R and W lines cover central Manhattan, the 6 line runs up the East Side, and the 1 line curves west. Penn Station is also a five-minute walk away; mainline trains arrive there from major cities including Philadelphia (one hour), Washington D.C. (three hours) and Boston (three hours and 45 minutes).


Navigating NYC traffic is best left to the taxi drivers, but if you insist on your own set of wheels, you’ll find the lowest prices for car hire are at the airports. The hotel offers a valet parking service, for $75 a day for small cars and $85 a day for larger cars.


Most cruise ships dock at the Red Hook Terminal in Brooklyn – from there, it’s a half-hour cab ride to the hotel.

Worth getting out of bed for

The hotel's rooftop bar has frequent DJ sets and live music, plus events such as meditation sessions, portraiture classes with a local artist and tarot readings. Each week guests can get a free glass of red or white at Unwined Wednesdays, too. Take a stroll to prime people-watching spot, Madison Square Park, and admire the one of the very first skyscrapers, the Flatiron Building. Head west for lunch in Chelsea Market followed by a walk along the art-laden High Line, or turn north to ogle at the Chrysler Building, Grand Central Terminal, and the Fifth Avenue shopping district. NoMad's museums are a mixed bunch, focusing on subjects as diverse as mathematics and sex – the Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology stands out for its covetable frocks and other iconic wearables. The Midtown branch of cult concept-store Opening Ceremony is close by, if you're inspired to re-stock your wardrobe.

Local restaurants

For upscale tacos, head to abc cocina and pick from the likes of beef-stuffed shells, maitake mushrooms and salsa-assisted empanadas, all washed down with a cocina cocktail. Book in at Her Name is Han, East 31st Street’s hottest Korean soul food. At 20 West 33rd Street, Turntable Chicken Jazz combines three of our favourite words in an industrial space lined with LPs and cassettes; the birds are deep-fried Korean-style, and served on heaving platters with hot sauce. For a classic Midtown breakfast, head to Ol’Days, where buttermilk pancakes, waffles and eggs how you like ‘em are served with a smile.

Local cafés

Meet the pancake challenge head-on at Bubby’s High Line (73 Gansevoort Street), or pop into Penelope (159 Lexington Avenue) for all-American comfort food. Eisenberg’s Sandwich Shop (174 Fifth Avenue) has been serving slap-up sarnies and classic egg creams since 1929.

Local bars

Ring the bell at the unmarked Raines Law Room (48 West 17th Street), and wait for a host to usher you into the cocktail-crafting speakeasy. Continue your roof-terrace tour at the Arlo NoMad’s glass-floor-flaunting A.R.T (11 East 31st Street), or step back in time at Midnight in Paris-inspired cocktail parlour, Dear Irving (55 Irving Place).


Photos Made Hotel reviews
D. Graham Kostic

Anonymous review

By D. Graham Kostic, Globetrotting bon vivant

It never fails: I always pick the worst time to go to New York. With another Nor’Easter threatening to cancel all flights in and out of the Big Apple, I change gears and change flights to fly into the city the night before the storm starts. I land within hours of apocalyptic Thunder Snow wreaking havoc on a sleepy city. It’s the kind of weather that begs you to stay put. My first thought: my hotel better be real good.

I check in to Made, carefully avoiding dripping sheets of ice and snow onto a pristine lobby with a bustling coffee shop near the entrance. I quickly go to my room. While I’m desperate for a hot shower, the Junior Suite stops me in my tracks: a 12th floor pied-à-terre with a spacious balcony looking up at the Empire State Building. Let me repeat that last part for you: A Balcony. Empire State Building views. 

I quickly checked my reservation itinerary email to make sure that I could actually afford all these luxuries. Despite the relentless sleet, I stand on my my balcony to take it all in. No matter how many times I visit, the city – especially with this view – is pure magic.

The weather makes it incredibly difficult to do much of anything. So does the giant king bed. The bed, it should be noted, takes up a third of the room. Normally that might seem cramped, but with how comfortable it was, I wouldn’t mind if the entire room was a mattress. 

After an incredible shower in a petite but well-appointed bathroom, I throw on the robe. It’s Frette. I dash from bathroom to bed and back, checking each linen’s tag. I squeal: They’re all Frette! I decide to sleep in the robe – ‘Nothing I own,’ I think, throwing myself dramatically onto that giant bed, ‘is quite as luxurious as this robe.’ 

Made checks all the boxes of the laidback modern boutique hotel while packing in all the luxuries of the five-star behemoths. Isn’t that exactly what the pint-sized boutique hotel concept started out as initially? Somewhere with its finger on the trend pulse, but not without the ability to deliver quality service in all facets? Made does it seamlessly. 

The siren song of the city eventually gets me out of bed (and out of that robe). I venture to the lobby for a cocktail and a bite to eat (a pressed sandwich with ham and Persian cucumber. Fussy, but good). 

The lobby design is ten-fold, functioning as a softly lit bar at night, café during the day, and cozy meeting space for a stylish pack of people coming and going. The vibe is fun – but not quite as special as the rooftop bar. While the weather didn’t allow for the full experience, I took the elevator to the top floor to take a peek. It’s a vibrant and unexpected space with lots of plants placed softly among the mid-rises of NoMad. And yes, once again, the Empire State Building reminds you of exactly where you are.

I venture out, heading downtown to my favorite piano bar. It’s one of those nights when the wild winter weather makes everyone exceptionally giddy. A city full of adults reverting back to the anticipation and excitement of a guaranteed snow day the following day. I down a whiskey on the rocks, join in on a few bars of a Little Shop of Horrors medley, and make my way out. While there is usually a few more haunts on my NYC night crawls, my Junior Suite beckons me back. In fact, I’ve never stayed anywhere in New York that has called me back so effectively as Made. Just the thought of slipping into that robe and under those covers was enough to forget my FOMO for the drag show down the street. 

I don’t set the alarm. The only thing on my agenda the next day? A matinee. (And, side note: you’re situated perfectly for catching shows and not having to stay anywhere near Times Square). I stay in bed way longer than normal. There is a very special quality about the diffused light from the continuing storm through the floor to ceiling windows that is remarkably relaxing. I order avocado toast for breakfast. Perfectly charred with poblano peppers sprinkled on top.

‘How was your breakfast, Mr Kostic?’ the receptionist asks on my way out. 

‘Absolutely delicious,’ I say, telling her how I usually roll my eyes at avocado toast, the now basic breakfast menu staple. We share a laugh and she adds: ‘You know, if we’re going to do an avocado toast, we’re going to do the best one out there.’

Her off-the-cuff comment stuck with me. It seems that it’s in the brand DNA to always do it up right. I make the trek to the matinee in the continuing Thunder Snow. And with each laborious step in that ridiculous weather, I keep reminding myself of my cozy balcony room with that big ol’ bed and that incredible robe. With my Junior Suite in mind, I say: Let It Snow!

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