In Kingston — New York’s first state capital — history collides with the modern day to create an interesting and hip destination.
The 42-room Hotel Kinsley features four architecturally distinct 19th-century buildings in the historic Stockade District in Kingston. Standing at the intersecting foothills of the Catskill Mountains and the banks of the Hudson River. It’s the perfect retreat for travelers and nearby NYC residents looking to sneak away for a bit of relaxation and adventure.
What do you get when you take a circa 1770 Georgian stone structure, constructed of locally quarried limestone, and fill it with Danish midcentury and modern decor? The crown jewel of Hotel Kinsley. 41 Pearl Street is the most ambitious architectural restoration done as part of the Hotel Kinsley project. Original fireplaces framed with hand-painted tiles, a grand staircase, wooden shutters and crown molding were preserved and juxtaposed with both modern and vintage decor.
The fun came in furnishing this inspiring space. Custom rift-sawn, white oak platform beds with gray wool felt upholstered headboards. Cantilevered side tables inspired by Gio Ponti. Vintage desk chairs covered in a modern Dedar textile. Handwoven wool throws by Wallace Sewell. Flos light fixtures. Carrara marble wall tile and unlacquered brass fittings in the bathrooms. And, of course, all the Frette linens and towels. Rooms in this building are very unique, so please don’t hesitate to call the hotel with any questions when you book.
Open year-round. Restaurant is open for dinner, Saturday-Thursday, 5-9 p.m, and for brunch, Saturday-Sunday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Meeting/conference facilities. Lounge, fireplace. Child-, pet- and group-friendly. Wi-Fi.
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