Fans of the legendary HBO series Game of Thrones can watch the highly-anticipated final season premiere this Sunday in a suite fit for a king in New York City’s Refinery Hotel. “Lannister’s Lair” will be available for booking every Sunday starting April 14th until the end of the season.
Pay homage to the odyssey as it comes to a close this year by lounging on a fur throw, goblet of the hotel’s signature wine in hand and the “Feast of Winterfell” on the nightstand (an entrée of pork shank, braised collard greens, heirloom beans and pomegranate gremolata from the themed room service menu). Set the mood even further with “dragon egg” candles set up throughout the space.
The Refinery Hotel was designed by Stonehill Taylor. Originally built in 1912, it housed a tea salon on the first floor and predominantly hat-making factories on the upper floors. The firm took cues from this duality by applying a more refined, classic atmosphere in the lobby with its reinterpreted neo-gothic details—such as the manufactured white plaster groin vaulted ceilings—and an industrial and raw aesthetic on the upper floors. Guestrooms feature 12 ft. high concrete ceilings, distressed hardwood floors and sewing machine-inspired desks. The ceiling of the rooftop bar is made with wood salvaged from the dismantled water tank previously at the top of the building.