With Carnegie Hall across the street and Lincoln Center just blocks away, it’s unsurprising that the Quin Hotel in New York City lays claim to a storied legacy of artistic patronage that few properties, even in New York, can rival. Georgia O’Keefe and Marc Chagall have been among the hotel’s many distinguished guests, and the sheer quantity of exhibitions, salons, lectures, and film premieres taking place at the Quin, in addition to a residency program that hosts internationally renowned artists, endows the space with a flourishing creative spirit. The design, by New York City-based architecture firm Perkins Eastman, is urbane, feminine, and of course, keenly artistic. In the lobby, a 15-ft. multimedia installation, hand-blown glass chandeliers, and a polished marble entryway invite guests to partake in a long tradition of decorative arts. 208 guest rooms, including 27 suites and one three-bedroom penthouse, are impeccably sleek and modern in design, accented with glittering, textured decor and fresh floral arrangements. Guests can dine at the Wayfarer, a Classic American grille set in a grand parlor that takes its cue from the gentleman’s clubs of a bygone New York era, or head upstairs to the Clubroom Bar for craft cocktails created by an award-winning mixologist.