The luxe Viceroy Hotel Group just opened its first Manhattan property on 57th Street, channeling the classic style of old New York. 

Designed by Roman and Williams — the team behind New York's Ace and Standard Hotels — the Viceroy New York evokes the notoriously stylish film noir era, with its vintage-inspired furnishings and black-and-white color palette.

HotelChatter called The Viceroy one of the "most anticipated openings of the year," and it's not hard to see why.

Rooms start at $559 for a double.

The Viceroy Hotel sits on West 57th Street, with views overlooking Central Park. The fluted glass bricks in the windows recall the neighborhood's pre-war design.

The grand lobby has double-high ceilings, a colorful mural, and vintage-inspired furnishings, like club chairs and cool lamps. All of the hotel's public spaces are filled with a custom fragrance created by scent curators 12.29.

All of the hotel's 240 guest rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows, with many rooms overlooking Central Park.

Junior suites show off the meeting of old- and new-world styles.

A strong black and white palette — even in the bathrooms — adds to the noir feel of the place.

Rooms and suites feature luxurious amenities like high-tech audio systems, luxe linens and bath products, and illy coffee machines.

The pièce de résistance of the Viceroy New York is its rooftop lounge, which will open in December.

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