“Midtown Manhattan's most famous concept luxury boutique hotel”
The The Library Hotel, a 60-room boutique hotel in New York City, was designed by architect Stephen B. Jacobs, and boasts a unique organizing principle: each of its ten floors are themed after a major category of the Dewey Decimel System, with each room on the floor acting as a genre from that category. For instance, The fifth floor is designed around sciences, which rooms dedicated to Mathematics (Room 500.001) or Botony (Room 500.004).
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