||||||||||||||||A tremendous three-storey stack of books in the lobby|The hotel, based in Long Island City, Queens|The Paper Factory facade|The reception desk|A hotel corridor with exposed features and a raw aesthetic|Laminated pages from The New York City newspaper are set into the concrete floor|The hotel lobby and ‘coffee factory’ area|An old-school Vespa in the lobby – of course!|A Queen room|A queen suite with antique/industrial look furnishings|A King deluxe suite|A King deluxe suite|One-off items from Gal Sela’s travels|Each floor features its own communal area|The book tower provides a nice reference to the buildings previous usage||
10 Dec 2014

Is The Paper Factory the hippest hotel in Queens?

Words by Miranda Fitzgerald

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