If Frank Lloyd Wright were to come miraculously back to life and start designing once more, this is the hotel he would have built. It takes its cues from nature, just as Wright’s projects did: The soaring skyscraper’s glass façade undulates like waves on a pond, and the interior is all white oak and sunlight, streaming through the floor-to-ceiling windows. What feels miraculous to this long-time New Yorker is that a hotel this elegant and sophisticated was built in an area that less than a decade ago was one of the most rundown and bleak parts of town. Nearby Hudson Yards changed all that, making guests willing to stay this far west and creating an audience for the Pendry’s five exceptional bars and restaurants. Among the many perks: guest rooms that start at a generous 320 square feet; beds draped in Fili D’Oro linens; all-marble bathrooms stocked with MiN bath products. For those who like to sweat, there’s a state-of-the-art gym with Pelotons (suite guests can even request a Peloton to be delivered to their rooms for a private workout). In addition, the hotel’s “Cadillac Ride or Drive” program allows guests to request a free car with chauffeur for jaunts around the city, or a loaner car if they want to drive themselves anywhere in the tri-state area.