The Surrey, New York – reservations now open for bookings from September 2024

ByAndrea Thompson

July 11, 2024

The Surrey, A Corinthia Hotel, has launched its booking engine and is now accepting reservations for stays commencing 1st September 2024.

In collaboration with the Reuben Brothers, the opening of The Surrey heralds Corinthia Hotels’ inaugural venture into North America and the exquisite reimagining of an iconic Upper East Side establishment.

First built in 1926 as a residential hotel and located on the corner of East 76th Street and Madison Avenue, the original Surrey was frequented by celebrities, creatives, and world leaders, establishing an illustrious legacy. In its latest iteration, The Surrey, A Corinthia Hotel is primed to re-establish itself as one of the city’s most sought-after destinations for visitors and New Yorkers alike.

Simon Casson, CEO of Corinthia Hotels says “The addition of this property represents a significant milestone for Corinthia Hotels and we are both proud and grateful for our partnership with the Reuben Brothers whose vision has made this possible.  This much anticipated opening allows us to bring to New York our commitment to luxury, elegance, and exceptional service with the brand’s first property in North America. We look forward to welcoming guests to experience the timeless charm and refined sophistication of The Surrey, an iconic Upper East Side establishment.”

Highlights of the highly anticipated hotel include:

  • 70 guest rooms and 30 suites designed by Martin Brudnizki Design Studio, including four theme suites inspired by the picturesque bridges of Central Park.
  • Casa Tua, The Surrey’s exclusive food & beverage partner offering a public-facing restaurant and lounge along with the Club, an exclusive private members area.
  • The Surrey Spa featuring Sisley Paris comprised of two treatment rooms, a steam room and sauna, sensorial shower, salt relaxation room, and a fitness centre.
  • An art collection curated by Paris-based VISTO Galley featuring unique works from both established and emerging New York City artists.