The rooms at The Lowell are of the highest quality. The standard room, the Deluxe King/Twin is well above the New York average and is appointed soberly but timelessly. The pristine bed is covered in perfect white linen and by a personalised plaid at its foot. Carpet underfoot and heavy curtains help to give the room and homely sensation. The cabinets, tables and chairs are all of the highest craftsmanship and include some antique pieces. Amenities include a flatscreen television, DVD/VCR player (CD player on request) and a full service kitchen. The white marble bathrooms feature bathtub, Bulgari toiletries, bathrobes and hairdryer. The complimentary Fiji water and newspaper are a nice touch. The Lowell King, which is the same size, offers a bathroom with bathtub and shower and one of the rooms has a wood burning fireplace. The Junior Suite offers extra living space with sofa and two club chairs as well as renovated bathrooms. Two of these rooms have a terrace, one of which also has the wood burning fireplace. The Deluxe One-bedroom Suite offers separate living space with wood burning fireplace, limited edition prints, coffee table and books as well as various objets d'art and other antique furniture. The bathroom has a double vanity and deep soaking tub, while the uber-modern kitchen as a well stocked fridge and snacks. The Lowell version of this room offers similar amenities but most are higher up the building offering better views. There are four speciality suites, one of which, the Lowell, offers an incredible amount of space which boasts two seating areas, a dining area for up to eight people and a charmingly appointed salon with a host of prints, books, antique furniture and objets d'art. The Penthouse on the 17th floor represents the pinnacle of The Lowell's offering and boasts three rooms, four terraces and a dining area housed in a conservatory style setting. At around 2,000ft², this is right up there with the nest accommodation in the city, but has a price tag to go with it!