Built by renowned architect Stanford White, our historic luxury hotel—originally an exclusive 19th-century guild for actors and artists known as The Lambs—provides the perfect backdrop for executive meetings, small conferences, milestone events, and intimate weddings. Our beautifully restored venues, each with their own story to tell, offer 2,100 square feet of combined space. Steeped in history, these innovative meeting rooms reflect the spirit of old New York City while providing modern amenities in a central Midtown Manhattan location.
Total Sleeping Rooms
1,500 square feet
The Chatwal's two exquisitely designed venues perfectly combine classic Art Deco design and modern sophistication. Each space reflects the building's rich history while setting the stage for collaborative meetings, small conferences, special occasions and extraordinary wedding celebrations. Our Midtown Manhattan location offers a central place to gather, and the state-of-the-art audiovisual technology and complimentary Wi-Fi provide an innovative meeting space to collaborate.
With a coveted address in the heart of Midtown Manhattan and a remarkable history, The Chatwal offers an original canvas for inspiring meetings and events, from intimate business gatherings in our Stanford White Studio to small conferences and exclusive events in the Club Room. A dedicated events manager will be on hand to ensure everything goes according to plan.
Housed in a building built in 1905 by renowned architect Stanford White, The Chatwal offers an extraordinary, story-worthy setting for sophisticated wedding celebrations filled with inspiring moments, whether you’re planning an intimate rehearsal dinner in our Stanford White Studio or an elegant cocktail reception in the Club Room.
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