Many of the rooms, done up in shades of brown with olive green accents, exude a masculine vibe. They even feature bar carts with recipes for mixing a dry gin martini.
As to be expected, the 150 rooms are decorated in a minimalistic style, and even the least expensive rooms offer Apple TV, a king-size bed and a traditional Japanese tea set.
It for many years after the last office tenants moved out, but thanks to a six-year renovation project, it’s now a posh 100-room Four Seasons, complete with a 20,000-square-foot, Roman-inspired spa.
As for amenities, The Ned goes beyond the usual suspects. Among the many offerings (gym, pools) you’ll find nine restaurants, from a New York-style deli to a Parisian cafe.