The Rooftop at Hotel Chantelle transports you to a parisian garden as you experience a fun french menu, as well as champagne and creative cocktails under the stars. Both elegant and comfortable, The Rooftop is decorated with lamp post lighting, park benches, and draping floral greeneries.
Retro in design and feeling, Hotel Chantelle is a neighborhood venue that encompasses the best characteristics of the Lower East Side. Unmarked doors at 92 Ludlow whisk patrons into The Lobby at Hotel Chantelle – a 1940’s style cocktail lounge that emanates sophisticated glamour. The cocktail list was crafted using an old-fashioned approach with a modern twist, and the red leather banquettes offer a comfortable escape for the night, or a posh spot to plan your next move in the city that never sleeps.
Below Hotel Chantelle lies, a London-based, high-energy nightclub inspired by the bonbonniere Faberge egg which represents a timeless and enchanted experience unlike any other in New York’s Lower East Side. The centrally located Faberge egg DJ booth glistens with crystals as the reflective wall tiles mirror the colored LED lights that sprawl across the ceiling and change colors, replicating the extraordinary design of the Faberge egg. ”The decor at this celeb-favorite hot spot nods to its hometown of London. When you step into the space, there’s a mural of King Henry VIII by Artist Bradley Theodore, Slip into a leather booth and sip cocktails like the King Henry (rye whiskey, Benedictine, orange blossom liqueur, lemon bitters) and The Libertine (gin, cucumber, saffron liqueur, lime).