A new rooftop destination plants itself in the firmament of New York nightlife.
The glass-encased lounge on Moxy Chelsea’s 35th floor has showstopping, 360-degree views of the Manhattan skyline, from the Statue of Liberty to the Empire State Building. The design by Rockwell Group adds a glamorous touch to the botanical theme with rich floral fabrics, a copper-clad bar, a water droplet chandelier, and a massive vintage disco ball that once graced the infamous LA club Vertigo. At the touch of a button, the glass walls of the lounge retract to create an alfresco sky veranda.
Seating is first come first serve daily from 5PM-8:30PM. Entry after 9PM is by doorman discretion.
To make a reservation inquiry for The Fleur Room please fill out the form and one of our team members will contact you promptly for availability. The submission of the form does not guarantee a reservation. To speak with a receptionist please call (212) 888-1095 or email us at FleurRoomNY@taogroup.com for more information.
The destination for Manhattans’ elite in the firmament of New York nightlife. Adorned with floral fabrics and copper lining, our intimate space will have you feeling as though you stepped into the future with epic 360 skyline views, beats spun by New York’s finest, and specialty cocktails crafted by acclaimed mixologists.
All entry after 9pm is by doorman discretion.
Located on the 35th floor of Moxy Chelsea, the fully enclosed rooftop boasts unparalleled views of the Empire State Building. The North and Southside of The Fleur Room can be used separately to accommodate groups of 100 guests on each side, or combined for a private event for up to 200 guests. Booking inquiries can contact the Special Events Department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Since its opening earlier this year, The Fleur Room has become one of the hottest rooftop bars in Manhattan, and for good reason. Drenched in a botanical theme, its furniture, copper bar, and vintage disco ball creates a sophisticated and vintage vibe.
Last night, the Fleur Room—the new nighttime hot spot perched atop the Moxy Hotel—was transformed into the Garden of Good and Evil. Musician Ian Mellencamp, model RJ King, Ezra J. William, and actor Julio Torres all took turns posing in front of a massive tree of knowledge planted at the center of the room, a collaboration between design firm the Manscapers and DJs The Misshapes, who also worked the turntables.
At the Fleur Room at the Moxy hotel in Chelsea, they hosted a party with Alisha Goldstein’s creative agency, Jane Smith, to celebrate the launch of their new collection, ‘Acid Drop.