Meanwhile, a modest Small Full room at the Ace, which has availability per our last search, will run you $374. It was recently announced that Opening Ceremony—the place to shop for anyone that knows what's what in fashion—will open a third outpost on the Broadway side of the hotel. So, no deal here, but this news does earn the hotel style points.
Though the Soho Grand and Tribeca Grand aren't offering any MBFW-specific packages, they do have deals that appeal to sartorially-gifted visitors. Both offer a "Downtown Shopping Break" bundle, which includes discounts to boutiques like Steven Alan, Seven New York, Opening Ceremony, and a "customized shopping trip" to Bloomie's. We found rooms starting at $405 at both hotels with the package code "BLOOMINGDALES."
Of course, you can't get any closer to the action than The Bryant Park Hotel, which, as their slick website (complete with electronica-lite) suggests, prides itself projecting a moody-cool image. It's on the pricer side as well, starting at $395/night for the weekend that Fashion Week kicks off, but you won't have to walk far in those Choos, and the likelihood of spotting a lithe model or 50 milling around the lobby area or Cellar Bar is fairly high.
Despite being Fashion Week-friendly in location and/or perks, these hotels reinforce what we already know: high style comes with a hefty price tag.