Hotels in New York City

Hotels in New York City boast some of the world’s best accommodations in a locale nicknamed “The Big Apple”. Popularized by a 1970s tourist campaign, the city’s nickname makes sense when taking into account that New York’s state fruit is the apple. Known for its towering skyline, parks, financial exchanges, shopping, theater, restaurants, sports, pizza and fast-paced, 24-hour lifestyle, New York City is arguably the world’s best destination for a high-energy experience. Probably the best way to get around The Big Apple is via its subway, which is the world’s most complex subway system, so it would be wise to familiarize yourself with “the trains” prior to arrival. During rush hour, you’re likely better off traveling on foot than by car. Keep in mind that city drivers are far from coy. Truly, hotels in New York City are at the apex in luxury. With so many outstanding experiences to be had in NYC, it’s almost impossible to list them all concisely. Rather, they are best found as real-world examples below. Before we get you to hotels in New York City, let’s take a look at some background information on the area to help you along the way.

11,000 years ago, the Wisconsin glaciation left bedrock at a relatively shallow depth, which would provide a foundation for Manhattan’s skyscrapers. Prior to colonization, the area was inhabited by the Algonquin Native Americans, who inhabited present-day Staten Island, Manhattan, the Bronx, parts of Long Island, Brooklyn, Queens and the Lower Hudson Valley. Florentine explorer Giovanni da Verrazzano, the first European to make a documented visit to the area in 1524, claimed the area for France, naming it Nouvelle Angoulême, or New Angoulême. In 1609, English explorer Henry Hudson rediscovered the New York Harbor, believing that it might be an oceanic tributary. Juan Rodriguez, the first non-Native American to inhabitant the area, arrived in Manhattan as a representative of the Dutch circa late-1613. The Dutch then took control of the area, naming it New Netherland.

The English captured the area in 1664. In the early 1700s, New York became an important trade port, as well as a center for slavery. By 1730, roughly 42% of households held slaves. The Battle of Long Island, the United States’ first and largest American Revolutionary War battle, was fought in modern-day Brooklyn circa August 1776. Following the ARW’s American-Allied victory, New York became the United States’ first capital under the Constitution of the United States. Several significant events occurred during this time, such as President George Washington’s inauguration, the first assembly of the United States Congress and Supreme Court of the United States, and the drafting of the United States Bill of Rights, which took place at Federal Hall on Wall Street. Throughout the nineteenth century, New York City’s population would grow from 60,000 to 3.43 million.

Today New York City, the most heavily populated United States city, is home to around 8.4 million people. Home also to the Bronx Bombers, the Statue of Liberty and the Empire State Building, NYC is comprised of the five boroughs: Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, The Bronx and Staten Island. The city’s climate is considered Köppen , with warm, moist summers and cold, damp winters. New York City has one of the most impressive skylines in the world, with expansive architecture that represents a wide range of styles from distinct time periods.  Around 62 million tourists visit New York City per year. Major points of interest include Midtown ManhattanTimes Square, Unisphere, Brooklyn BridgeLower Manhattan, One World Trade CenterCentral Park, headquarters of the United Nations, Broadway, Little Italy, Greenwich Village, Bronx Zoo, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Wall Street, Silicon Alley, New York University, Columbia University, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Yankee Stadium, MetLife Stadium, Madison Square Garden and Citi Field. Popular foods include pizza, porterhouse steak, clam chowder, lobster fra diavolo, bagels, pastrami or corned beef sandwiches, hot dogs, cronut and cheesecake. Well-sought drinks are martinis, Bloody Marys, Cosmopolitans, craft beer and of course the Manhattan, which consists of whiskey, sweet vermouth and bitters. Now that we have some background information on the area, it’s time for hotels in New York City that will help provide for an unforgettable experience.





Upper Manhattan

Upper Manhattan includes Harlem and the Upper East Side. The area is home to such attractions as Grant’s Tomb, Apollo Theater and Central Park.



Just north of Central Park, Harlem is named after the Netherlands city of Haarlem. In the 19th century, the area was occupied mostly by Jewish and Italian Americans. As a result of the Great Migration, African Americans began arriving in the area in the early 20th century, giving way to the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s and 30s. On January 26, 1934, the Apollo Theater opened on 125th street. Harlem is in the process of a gourmet renaissance, with new dining hotspots emerging uptown near Frederick Douglass Boulevard. Notable landmarks include Hamilton Grange, Langston Hughes House, Morningside Park, St. Aloysius Roman Catholic Church and St. Andrew’s Church.



Home NYC

105 West 118th Street, Harlem

Penthouse Rentals New York

Apollo Theater

Home NYC features free WiFi, fruits and refreshments upon arrival, plush bathrobes, slippers, spa baths, a garden, a shared kitchen and grocery and laundry services. Nearby you may encounter Freeland Liquors, Maliba African Market, Victor’s Barber Shop, Le Petit Parisien (sandwich shop), Juke Box Juice & Salads (health food restaurant), Agape Beauty Salon, Minton’s Playhouse (jazz club), Amy Ruth’s (American restaurant), Harlem Pizza Co. (pizza restaurant), Shuteye Coffee, Sugar Hill Creamery (ice cream shop), L.A. Sweets NY (bakery), SETTEPANI (Southern Italian restaurant), Barawine Harlem (French restaurant) and more.

This location is 0.1 miles from 116th Street Lenox Avenue Line, 0.2 miles from A Philip Randolph Square and Martin Luther King Playground, 0.3 miles from Joseph Daniel Wilson Garden, Marcus Garvey Memorial Park, 116th Street IND Eighth Avenue Line, 125th Street Lenox Avenue Line and The Studio Museum in Harlem, 0.4 miles from Apollo Theater and Eugene McCabe Field, 1.8 miles from Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2.1 miles from Yankee Stadium, 3.7 miles from Times Square, 3.9 miles from Grand Central Station, 4.4 miles from Madison Square Garden and 13.9 miles from John F. Kennedy International Airport.

Approximate cost per night: $270




West 119th B&B

115 West 119th Street 1, Harlem

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Marcus Garvey Memorial Park

With free WiFi, a garden, a terrace, garden views, air conditioning, flat-screen TVs, an American breakfast and a hot tub, West 119th B&B can be found close to Archer & Goat (American restaurant), Mo’s Burgers (hamburger restaurant), Freeland Liquors (liquor store), Sugar Hill Creamery (ice cream shop), L.A Sweets (bakery), Settepani (Italian restaurant), Grandma’s Place (toy store), Barawine Harlem (French restaurant), Richard Rodgers Amphitheater (performing arts theater), The Monkey Cup (coffee shop), Juke Box Juice & Salads (health food restaurant) and more.

You may find A Philip Randolph Square and Joseph Daniel Wilson Garden 0.2 miles, Marcus Garvey Memorial Park, Martin Luther King Playground and The Studio Museum in Harlem 0.3 miles, Apollo Theater and Eugene McCabe Field 0.4 miles, Columbia University 1.4 miles, Metropolitan Museum of Art 1.9 miles, Yankee Stadium 2.1 miles, Central Park 2.8 miles, Times Square 3.8 miles, Madison Square Garden 4.4 miles and LaGuardia Airport 4.5 miles from this accommodation.

Approximate cost per night (apartment with balcony): $286

Cost per person (five people): 57





Upper East Side

Once known as the Silk Stocking District, the Upper East Side today is one of New York City’s most affluent neighborhoods. Some of the neighborhood’s most well-known upper-class families have included the Rockefellers, Roosevelts, Kennedys, Whitneys and Dukes. Madison Avenue, once a major center for the advertising industry, today is known for its high-fashion boutiques and is one of the area’s main draws.



Lowell Hotel

28 East 63rd Street, Upper East Side

Central Park Zoo

Set in a 1927 17-story building, The Lowell has marble bathrooms, nightly turndown service, wood-burning fireplaces, landscaped terraces, city views, a restaurant and a bar. Majorelle (haute French restaurant), Club Macanudo (bar), Chopard Boutique (jewelry store), Fleming by Le Bilboquet (restaurant), LONGCHAMP New York Madison Store (leather goods store), F.P.Journe Boutique New York (watch store), Society of Illustrators (museum), David Burke Tavern (American restaurant), Links Club (social club), Sant Ambroeus Coffee Bar (coffee bar), Julien Farel Restore Salon, Spa & Fitness (hair salon), Louise O’Connor Salon (beauty salon), Eddie Arthur Salon (hair salon) and Agent Provocateur (lingerie store) are in the vicinity.

From here Madison Avenue is 150 feet, Fifth Avenue is 550 feet, Central Park is 1,050 feet, Central Park Zoo and Wollman Rink are 0.2 miles, Bergdorf Goodman, Hunter College and Trump Tower are 0.3 miles, Frick Collection and The Mall are 0.4 miles, Museum of Modern Art is 0.5 miles, Rockefeller Center is 0.7 miles, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Grand Central Station and Times Square are 1 mile, Empire State Building is 1.5 miles, Statue of Liberty is 6.6 miles and LaGuardia Airport is 5.1 miles.

Approximate cost per night: $1,035





The Sherry Netherland

781 5th Avenue, Upper East Side

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Bergdorf Goodman New York

The Sherry Netherland provides on-site dining, free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, iPod docking stations, high ceilings, marble bathrooms, Belgian chocolates and a bouquet of flowers upon arrival, complimentary soft drinks and water, Keurig coffee machines, a gym with floor-to-ceiling mirrors and concierge and ticket services. Near here are Prive Salon (beauty salon), Harry Cipriani® (Italian restaurant), Delvaux New York City 5th Avenue (leather goods store), Harmonie Club (social club), Avra Madison Estiatorio (Greek restaurant), Celine (clothing store), Metropolitan Club, Apple Fifth Avenue, Pulitzer Fountain (historical landmark), Grand Army Plaza (park), General William Tecumseh Sherman Monument, NYC-RIDES (carriage ride service), The Pond at Central Park (nature preserve) and more.

This hotel is across the street from Grand Army Plaza and Central Park’s main entrance, 0.1 miles from Bergdorf Goodman New York, 0.2 miles from Trump Tower and Wollman Rink, 0.3 miles from Central Park Zoo and Museum of Modern Art, 0.4 miles from Carnegie Hall, 0.5 miles from Rockefeller Center, 0.8 miles from Times Square, 0.9 miles from Grand Central Station, 1.1 miles from Metropolitan Museum of Art, 5.7 miles from Ellis Island and 7.9 miles from Teterboro Airport.

Approximate cost per night (king suite city view): $1,333

Cost per person (three people): $444



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Midtown Manhattan

Included here are Midtown, Midtown East , SoHo, Chelsea and Nomad accommodations. Midtown Manhattan boasts attractions such as Chrysler Building, Rockefeller Center, Broadway, Times Square, SoHo–Cast Iron Historic District and Chelsea Historic District.



Midtown Manhattan is home to many of New York City’s most iconic big buildings, as well as Broadway and Times Square. The world’s largest central business district, the area is home also to Fifth Avenue, NYC’s most expensive and prime shopping street. Some of the most well-known landmarks here are Empire State Building, Chrysler Building, Carnegie Hall, Madison Square Garden and Pennsylvania Station.




The Whitby Hotel

18 West 56th Street, Midtown

Penthouse Rentals New York

Museum of Modern Art

The Whitby Hotel boasts free WiFi, floor to ceiling windows, private terraces, skyline views, Kit Kemp interiors, a restaurant, a bar, an orangery, a book-lined drawing room and a fully-equipped gym. Il Tinello (restaurant), BRELLI (fashion accessories store), Armani/Ristorante (restaurant), Crockett & Jones (shoe store), King Cole Bar, The Polo Bar (restaurant), Harry Winston (jewelry store), Omega Boutique (watch store), Wempe Jewelers, Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church, Michael’s (American restaurant), Central Park Tours & Bike Rentals, Dainobu (Japanese grocery store), Dejavous Salon (hair salon), Judge Roy Bean Public House, Portofino Beauty (tanning salon), NAYA (Middle Eastern restaurant), Unlimited Biking (bicycle rental service), Bengal Tiger (Indian restaurant), Beyond Sushi (vegan restaurant), Menkui-Tei (Japanese restaurant), Barber Shop on 56th, Cassidys Pub, Tacos Times Square (Mexican restaurant), Nature Works (health food restaurant) and more are all within the vicinity.

From this hotel Trump Tower, Bergdorf Goodman, 57th Street IND Sixth Avenue Line and Museum of Modern Art are 0.1 miles, Fifth Avenue/53rd Street and Fifth Avenue BMT Broadway Line are 0.2 miles, Magnolia Bakery, St Patrick’s Cathedral, Carnegie Hall, Barneys New York and Rockefeller Center are 0.3 miles, Central Park is 0.5 miles, Times Square is 0.6 miles, Empire State Building is 1.1 miles, Madison Square Garden and Metropolitan Museum of Art are 1.3 miles, Statue of Liberty is 6.2 miles and John F. Kennedy International Airport is 12.8 miles.

Approximate cost per night (one bedroom terrace suite): $4,305

Cost per person (four people): $1,075

Approximate cost per night (The Whitby Suite): $17,470

Cost per person (four people): $4,367




citizenM New York Times Square

218 West 50th Street, Midtown

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Gershwin Theater

Offering flat-screen TVs, small refrigerators with free water, centralized digital systems to control lighting, music and electronics, Hansgrohe rain showers, oversized bathroom amenities, free WiFi and movies, three outdoor terraces, a state-of-the-art fitness center, yoga facilities, a rooftop bar and contemporary art, citizenM New York Times Square is near Sarah’s Elegant Nail (nail salon), The Brill Building (business center), Chicago The Musical (performing arts theater), Ambassador Theatre (performing arts theater), St. Malachy Roman Catholic Church – The Actors’ Chapel (Catholic church), Lillie’s Victorian Establishment (Irish pub), The Palm – Palm West (steak house), Circle in the Square Theatre School (performing arts center), Azalea (Italian restaurant), Gershwin Theatre (performing arts theater), Saar Indian cuisine & Bar (Indian restaurant), The Soccer Republic at McHale’s (sports bar), McHale’s Bar & Grill, Bibble & Sip (bakery), Dig (American restaurant), Poke Bowl (Hawaiian restaurant), SoHo Park (bistro), Toloache (Mexican restaurant), Open Jar Studios (theater production), AMA Conference Center New York City, Hadestown (theater production), Walter Kerr Theatre (performing arts theater), Masseria Caffè & Bakery (cafe), La Masseria NY (Italian restaurant), Eugene O’Neill Theatre (performing arts theater) and more.

From here you may find Gershwin Theater, Ellen’s Stardust Diner and August Wilson Theater 0.1 miles, Broadway Theatre, Richard Rodgers Theatre and Studio 54 0.2 miles, Times Square 0.3 miles, Rockefeller Center and Museum of Modern Art 0.5 miles, Grand Central Station and Central Park 0.8 miles, Madison Square Garden and Empire State Building 0.9 miles, Metropolitan Museum of Art 1.7 miles, Yankee Stadium 5.6 miles and LaGuardia Airport 6 miles.

Approximate cost per night: $220




LUMA Hotel Times Square

120 West 41st Street, Midtown

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Times Square

With a restaurant, and on-site bar, free WiFi, air conditioning, 50-inch flat-screen TVs, windows with electronic control sheer and blackout shades, sofa areas, Nespresso coffee machines, Frette Linens, bathrobes, slippers, ETRO bath amenities and a 24-hour front desk, LUMA Hotel Times Square is near Junzi Kitchen – Bryant Park (Chinese noodle restaurant), Shake Shack (hamburger restaurant), Diamond Tattoos (tattoo shop), Ootoya – Times Square (authentic Japanese restaurant), Paris Baguette (bakery), Dos Toros Taqueria (Mexican restaurant), L’Adresse American Bistro (new American restaurant), Kinokuniya New York (book store), SoulCycle (gym), Salesforce Tower (corporate office), Whole Foods Market, Times Square Tower, The Counter (hamburger restaurant), Yard House (new American restaurant), The Independent (American restaurant), 99 Cent Fresh Pizza (pizza restaurant), Joe’s Pizza (pizza restaurant) and more.

You’ll find Bryant Park 0.1 miles, Times Square, Madame Tussauds New York, PlayStation Theater, Minskoff Theatre and New York Times Building 0.2 miles, New York Public Library 0.3 miles, Empire State Building 0.4 miles, Grand Central Station, Madison Square Garden and Rockefeller Center 0.5 miles, Museum of Modern Art 0.6 miles, Central Park 1.2 miles, Metropolitan Museum of Art 2.1 miles, Statue of Liberty 5.5 miles and Newark Liberty International Airport 11.1 miles from this spot.

Approximate cost per night: $353




Baccarat Hotel and Residences New York

28 West 53rd Street, Midtown

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St Patrick’s Cathedral

Baccarat Hotel and Residences New York provides Baccarat crystals in every room, intricate architecture and design, an indoor pool, a fitness center, an on-site French restaurant, free WiFi, contemporary Parisian decor, flat-screen TVs, sofas, desks, hairdryers, slippers, bathrobes, irons, coffee machines, safety deposit boxes, a 24-hour front desk, a spa, a wellness center, laundry and concierge services. Grand Salon (restaurant), Fogo de Chão Brazilian Steakhouse (Brazilian restaurant), MoMA Design Store- Midtown (home goods store), Nusr-Et Steakhouse New York (steak house), UNIQLO (clothing store), Hollister Co. (clothing store), 21 Club (American restaurant), The Paley Center For Media (museum), The Bar Room (bar), The Modern (new American restaurant), The Museum of Modern Art, St. Patrick’s Cathedral and more are in the area.

Museum of Modern Art and St Patrick’s Cathedral are 0.1 miles, Radio City Music Hall, Rainbow Room, Magnolia Bakery, Rockefeller Center, Channel Gardens, Top of the Rock and Saks Fifth Avenue are 0.2 miles, Times Square is 0.5 miles, Grand Central Station and Central Park are 0.6 miles, Empire State Building is 1 mile, Madison Square Garden and Penn Station are 1.1 mile, Ellis Island and Yankee Stadium are 5.4 miles and LaGuardia Airport is 5.6 miles from this property.

Approximate cost per night (prestige suite): $2,202




The Chatwal

130 West 44th Street, Midtown

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Minskoff Theatre

An art deco, boutique hotel, The Chatwal has 42-inch flat-screen TVs, personal butler service, free WiFi, luxury amenities, old fashion design, on-site spa services, a well-equipped gym open 24-hours, 400-thread-count linens, down duvets, his and hers bath amenities, comfortable terry cloth robes and a restaurant with city views. The Lambs Club (American restaurant), Jimmy’s Corner (bar), Osteria al Doge (Italian restaurant), Tony’s Di Napoli (Italian restaurant), Virgil’s Real BBQ (barbecue restaurant), Brickhouse NYC (dance school), O’Donoghues (Irish pub), The Long Room (bar), Saju Bistro, BXL Cafe (Belgian restaurant), Kwik Meal NYC (Halai restaurant), Dill & Parsley (Mediterranean restaurant), Belasco Theatre (performing arts theater), Cafe Un Deux Trois (French restaurant), Hunt & Fish Club (steak house), One Times Square (tourist attraction), Times Square Ball (historical landmark), Nasdaq MarketSite (stock exchange building), H&M (clothing store), One Five One (commercial real estate agency), Burger & Lobster Bryant Park (seafood restaurant), Stephen Sondheim Theatre (performing arts theater), Aureole at Home (new American restaurant) and more are within range.

From this hotel Times Square, Minskoff Theatre and PlayStation Theater are 0.1 miles, Madame Tussauds New York, Richard Rodgers Theatre, Bryant Park and The Majestic Theatre are 0.2 miles, Rockefeller Center is 0.4 miles, Grand Central Station and Museum of Modern Art are 0.5 miles, Empire State Building and Madison Square Garden are 0.6 miles, Central Park is 1 mile, Metropolitan Museum of Art is 1.9 miles, Yankee Stadium is 5.9 miles and Teterboro Airport is 8 miles.

Approximate cost per night (one-bedroom suite): $1,466

Cost per person (four people): $366



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Library Hotel by Library Hotel Collection

299 Madison Avenue, Murray Hill

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Chrysler Building

Library Hotel by Library Hotel Collection features free WiFi, a library, an evening reception with wine and cheese, flat-screen TVs, iPod docking stations, bathrobes, slippers and an on-site restaurant. You’ll find Mohan’s Custom Tailors NYC (men’s clothing store), Carve It® Fitness and Wellness (fitness center), 41 spa (massage spa), Library Walk (tourist attraction), Oracle, Inc. (software company), Bloomberg (corporate office), Chick-fil-A, Thai Massage NYC, SEPHORA (cosmetics store), Sugarfina (candy store), The Escape Game New York City (escape room center), Dos Toros (Mexican restaurant), Taylor St (cafe), Benjamin Steakhouse Prime (steak house), easeNY (massage spa), Stone Bridge Pizza & Salad (restaurant), Le Pavillon (French restaurant), Neuhaus Chocolate (chocolate shop), The Campbell (bar), Banana Republic, Whispering Gallery in Grand Central Terminal (landmark), Grand Central Market, Vanderbilt Tennis Club and more in the area.

From here New York Public Library is 0.1 miles, Chrysler Building, Bryant Park and Pierpont Morgan Library are 0.2 miles, Empire State Building and Rockefeller Center are 0.4 miles, Times Square and St Patrick’s Cathedral are 0.5 miles, Museum of Modern Art is 0.6 miles, Madison Square Garden is 0.7 miles, Central Park is 1.2 miles, Metropolitan Museum of Art is 2.1 miles, Statue of Liberty is 5.5 miles and LaGuardia Airport is 5.8 miles.

Approximate cost per night: $437




Park Terrace Hotel on Bryant Park

18 West 40th Street, Midtown East

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Empire State Building

With soundproofed rooms, flat-screen TVs, Nespresso® machines, wardrobes, bathrobes, MALIN + GOETZ® amenities, floor-to-ceiling windows, park and library views, a sauna, a fitness room, Peloton® bikes, a 24-hour front desk, a shared lounge and a business center, Park Terrace Hotel on Bryant Park is close to La Pecora Bianca Bryant Park (Italian restaurant), ROYCE’ Chocolate Bryant Park (chocolate shop), Koi New York (sushi restaurant), Blue Bottle Coffee (coffee shop), Ole & Steen (bakery), OCHI Beauty Studio (beauty salon), Maison Kayser (French restaurant), New York Public Library – Stephen A. Schwarzman Building (public library), The Rose Main Reading Room, Patience & Fortitude Lions (historical landmark), Sushi Ginza Onodera (sushi restaurant), Bryant Park Grill (American restaurant), Bryant Park (park), Breads Bakery (bakery), Wafels & Dinges (dessert shop), Nikola Tesla Corner (historical landmark) and more.

You’ll find New York Public Library and Bryant Park 0.1 miles, Pierpont Morgan Library 0.2 miles, Herald Square and Empire State Building 0.3 miles, Times Square 0.4 miles, Rockefeller Center 0.5 miles, St Patrick’s Cathedral and Madison Square Garden 0.6 miles, Museum of Modern Art 0.7 miles, Central Park 1.3 miles, Ellis Island 4.7 miles and LaGuardia Airport 6 miles from this location.

Approximate cost per night: $353




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The Langham

400 Fifth Avenue, Midtown East

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Pierpont Morgan Library

Providing iPod docking stations, espresso makers, complimentary water and sodas, free WiFi, concierge services, a 24-hour front desk and a Michelin-starred restaurant, The Langham is in the vicinity of Ai Fiori (Italian restaurant), Le Pain Quotidien (restaurant), Gold Star Fragrances (perfume store), Pilates By Sylvia (pilates studio), The Training Lab (physical fitness program), Frankie & Johnnie’s Steakhouse (steak house), Krispy Kreme (donut shop), I’Milky (bubble tea store), The Keg Room (sports bar), Keens Steakhouse (steak house), The Ragtrader & Bo Peep Cocktail and Highball Store (restaurant), SassClass (dance school), Tonchin New York (Japanese restaurant), Jerusalem Cafe (kosher cafe), Yankees Clubhouse (hat shop), Fine & Rare (fine dining restaurant), Peter Dillon’s 36th (pub), Urban Angler (fishing store), Toledo (Spanish restaurant), Under The Volcano (bar) and more.

This location is 0.1 miles from Pierpont Morgan Library, 0.2 miles from New York Public Library, Empire State Building, Herald Square and Bryant Park, 0.3 miles from Macy’s, Grand Central Station and Manhattan Mall Shopping Center, 0.5 miles from Times Square and Madison Square Garden, 0.6 miles from Rockefeller Center, 0.8 miles from Museum of Modern Art, 1.4 miles from Central Park, 6.2 miles from Yankee Stadium and 11 miles from Newark Liberty International Airport.

Approximate cost per night (one-bedroom suite): $1,757

Cost per person (four people): $439




The Kimberly Hotel & Suites

145 East 50th Street, Midtown East

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Saks Fifth Avenue New York

The Kimberly Hotel & Suites offers a year-round rooftop bar, flat-screen TVs, antique-style furnishings, white Italian bedding, large windows with city views, a fitness center, yacht tours through the tour desk and a weekday rooftop breakfast buffet. Upstairs (lounge), Bistango (Italian restaurant), Empire Steak House, New York Luncheonette (diner), Hair By Ivana (beauty salon), Irving Farm New York (cafe), Spice Symphony (Indian restaurant), Toscana 49 (Italian restaurant), La Bellezza Pizza, Abaita – Kosher Dairy (kosher restaurant), Blossom Spa (massage spa), Dill & Parsley (Mediterranean restaurant), Hisako Salon Midtown (hair salon), Salon Amici (hair salon), Crave Fishbar (seafood restaurant), The Horny Ram (restaurant), Cornerstone Tavern (sports bar), The Stag’s Head (American restaurant), Amma (Indian restaurant), Shima Sushi (sushi restaurant), Sukhumvit 51 (Thai restaurant), Universal Hair Salon, Blank Slate Coffee + Kitchen Midtown (restaurant), La Cava (restaurant), Sofia Wine Bar, Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ (Yakiniku restaurant), Inside Park at St. Bart’s (fine dining restaurant), Urbanspace (food court), Little Collins (cafe) and more are within range.

From this accommodation you may find Saks Fifth Avenue New York, St Patrick’s Cathedral and Rockefeller Center 0.3 miles, Museum of Modern Art, Channel Gardens, Chrysler Building and Top of the Rock 0.4 miles, Times Square 0.8 miles, Empire State Building 0.9 miles, Central Park 1 mile, Metropolitan Museum of Art 1.6 miles, Statue of Liberty 6 miles, Citi Field 6.5 miles and LaGuardia Airport 5.4 miles.

Approximate cost per night (two-bedroom suite): $1,081

Cost per person (four people): $270




Archer Hotel New York

45 West 38th Street, Midtown East

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Macy’s New York

With free WiFi, safes, mini-bars, coffee machines, a rooftop bar and a restaurant, Archer Hotel New York sits near Eruan Salon & Spa (beauty salon), Gotham Podcast Studio (recording studio), Daintree (restaurant), Winnie’s Jazz Bar (jazz club), Refinery Rooftop (restaurant), Lou Lou Buttons (fashion accessories store), Uncharted Tattoo (tattoo shop), Epic Barber Shop NYC (barber shop), New York Bartending School® (bartending school), Skin Wonderland (beauty salon), Cherry Tree Spa (massage spa), Calle Dao Bryant Park (restaurant), Toum (restaurant), Cocina Del Sur (South American restaurant), MAPS Modeling Studio (photography studio), Da Tang (Sichuan restaurant), Havana NY (Cuban restaurant), Culture Espresso (coffee shop) and more.

You’ll find Bryant Park and New York Public Library 0.1 miles, Herald Square 0.2 miles, Pierpont Morgan Library, Empire State Building, Macy’s New York and Manhattan Mall Shopping Center 0.3 miles, Times Square and Grand Central Station 0.4 miles, Madison Square Garden 0.5 miles, Rockefeller Center 0.6 miles, Museum of Modern Art 0.7 miles, Central Park 1.3 miles, Metropolitan Museum of Art 2.2 miles, Statue of Liberty 5.3 miles and Teterboro Airport 8.2 miles from this locale.

Approximate cost per night: $312



Hotel Elysee by Library Hotel Collection

60 East 54th Street, Midtown East

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Channel Gardens

Hotel Elysee by Library Hotel Collection has iPod docking stations, flat-screen TVs, marble bathrooms and French décor. In the area you’ll find Nerai (Greek restaurant), Schumer’s Wine & Liquors, Cellini (Italian restaurant), CORE: (club), Oscar Blandi Salon (hair salon), Casa Lever (Italian restaurant), New York Stretch (physical fitness program), Mason’s Tennis (tennis store), Racquet & Tennis Club, Minamoto Kitchoan (Japanese confectionary shop), Valbella (Italian restaurant), Paley Park (tourist attraction), COACH (fashion accessories store), San Pietro Restaurant (Italian restaurant) and more.

Museum of Modern Art, Trump Tower, St Patrick’s Cathedral and Saks Fifth Avenue are 0.2 miles, Bergdorf Goodman, Rockefeller Center and Channel Gardens are 0.3 miles, Grand Central Station is 0.6 miles, Central Park and Times Square are 0.7 miles, Empire State Building is 1 mile, Madison Square Garden and Penn Station are 1.3 miles, Metropolitan Museum of Art is 1.4 miles and Statue of Liberty is 6.2 miles from this property.

Approximate cost per night (king suite): $576

Cost per person (three people): $192



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Hell’s Kitchen

Until the 1970s Hell’s Kitchen had been home to working-class Irish Americans. Thereafter the area underwent significant gentrification. Today, the area has a large LGBTQ population. Notable attractions include the Actors Studio and Restaurant Row.



The Duffy Times Square by Kasa

414 West 46 Street, Hell’s Kitchen

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The Majestic Theatre

Offering a private courtyard, 37-inch flat-screen TVs, free WiFi, iPod docking stations, luxury bath amenities and hairdryers, The Duffy Times Square by Kasa sits near Mercury Bar West (sports bar), Brow Society NYC (eyebrow bar), Clinton Gourmet Market (deli), Kochi (Korean restaurant), Buttercup Skin Care (facial spa), David Ryan Salon (hair salon), Theatre At St Clements (performing arts theater), GRÜM’D Barber Shop, Hell’s Kitchen Barbers, Ninth Avenue Vintner (wine store), Lilly’s Craft and Kitchen (gastropub), Vintner Market (Beer Cheese), Añejo (Mexican restaurant), Valla Table (Thai restaurant), Scruffy Duffy’s Bar (bar), Hellcat Annie’s Tap Room (bar), Famous Halal Food (Food Truck) and more.

Restaurant Row is 0.2 miles, The Majestic Theatre and Richard Rodgers Theatre are 0.3 miles, PlayStation Theater, New York Times Building, Minskoff Theatre, Madame Tussauds New York, Gershwin Theater and Times Square are 0.4 miles, Madison Square Garden, Rockefeller Center and Museum of Modern Art are 0.8 miles, Empire State Building, Grand Central Station and Central Park are 1 mile, Metropolitan Museum of Art is 2 miles and Newark Liberty International Airport is 11 miles from this location.

Approximate cost per night: $237




Hotel Scherman

346 West 46th Street, Hell’s Kitchen

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Richard Rodgers Theatre

Going for a New Orleans feel, Hotel Scherman has a brick facade, wrought-iron grills, gas lamps, pillow-top mattresses, a continental breakfast, concierge services and a NOLA-inspired restaurant. BarDough (bar), Le Rivage (French restaurant), Pure Ktchn (health food restaurant), Sake Bar Hagi 46 (Japanese restaurant), E.A.K. IZAKAYA (ramen restaurant), Hold Fast Kitchen and Spirits (American restaurant), Bareburger (hamburger restaurant), Deacon Brodie’s Tavern (bar), Yuri Sushi (sushi restaurant), Eat Thai (Thai restaurant), CoCo Fresh Tea & Juice (bubble tea store), Juice Generation (juice shop), MIDTOWN DELI GROCERY CORP (deli), Bird & Branch (coffee shop), 5 Napkin Burger (hamburger restaurant), Schmackary’s (bakery), Amorino Gelato and Cafe (ice cream shop), Orso (Italian restaurant), Bar Centrale (bar), Joe Allen (American restaurant), Dim Sum Palace (Chinese restaurant), Sushi of Gari 46 (sushi restaurant), Becco (Italian restaurant), Lattanzi Cucina Italiana (Italian restaurant), The House of Brews (bar & grill), Sushi Seki Times Square (sushi restaurant), Jasmine’s Caribbean Cuisine (restaurant), The Theater Buffet (buffet restaurant) and more are nearby.

You may encounter Restaurant Row within feet, The Majestic Theatre and Richard Rodgers Theatre 0.2 miles, PlayStation Theater, Minskoff Theatre, Madame Tussauds New York, New York Times Building and Times Square 0.3 miles, Rockefeller Center, Museum of Modern Art and Madison Square Garden 0.7 miles, Grand Central Station and Empire State Building 0.9 miles, Central Park 1 mile, Metropolitan Museum of Art 1.9 miles, Ellis Island 5 miles and LaGuardia Airport 6.2 miles from this accommodation.

Approximate cost per night: $243



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Meaning “South of Houston Street”, SoHo also has experienced gentrification, with artists and art galleries giving way to upscale boutiques and chain stores. The world’s greatest collection of cast-iron architecture can be found in the area.



The Broome

431 Broome Street

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SoHo Cast Iron Historic District

Constructed in an 1825 Federalist Revival style, The Broome has an open-air Moroccan-tiled courtyard, free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, luxury Bellino bed linen, work desks, bathrobes, hairdryers, a 24-hour front desk, complementary water and chocolate upon arrival, meeting facilities and complimentary continental breakfast. Harney & Sons SoHo (tea house), Madewell (clothing store), Center for Italian Modern Art, YGallery Salon (hair salon), Le Botaniste (vegan restaurant), LAICALE Soho Hair Salon, Antique Garage Soho (Mediterranean restaurant), Galli (Italian restaurant) and more are in the area.

From here Bloomingdales and SoHo Cast Iron Historic District are 0.1 miles, SoHo Shopping District is 0.2 miles, Museum of African Art, Bowery, The Bowery Ballroom, Broadway – Lafayette Street, Angelika Film Center NYC, Tribeca Park and New Museum are 0.3 miles, Empire State Building is 2 miles, Rockefeller Center is 2.8 miles, Metropolitan Museum of Art is 4.4 miles and John F. Kennedy International Airport is 12.3 miles.

Approximate cost per night: $635




Crosby Street Hotel

79 Crosby Street

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SoHo Shopping District

Crosby Street Hotel boasts a beautiful inner courtyard, an on-site terrace restaurant, free WiFi, bright, modern rooms, high ceilings, full-length windows, flat-screen TVs, iPod docking stations, a 24-hour gym, a plush drawing room with a fireplace and a private movie theater. by CHLOE. (restaurant), Allbirds Soho (shoe store), Aerie Store (lingerie store), Chefs Club Counter (restaurant), Jack’s Wife Freda (Mediterranean restaurant), Osteria Morini (restaurant), Sant Ambroeus (Italian restaurant), Lighthouse Outpost (lunch restaurant), Rubirosa (Italian restaurant), GYM NYC, Nolita Wine Merchants (wine store), Ruby’s Cafe (Australian restaurant), Aimé Leon Dore (clothing store), Balthazar (French restaurant) and more are in the area.

Located on a cobbled street, this hotel is 0.1 miles from SoHo Shopping District, Bloomingdales and Museum of African Art, 0.2 miles from Broadway – Lafayette Street, SoHo Cast Iron Historic District, Angelika Film Center NYC, New Museum and Bleecker Street, 0.3 miles from Bowery and The Bowery Ballroom, 3.4 miles from Statue of Liberty and Central Park and 7.5 miles from LaGuardia Airport.

Approximate cost per night (crosby suite): $6,886



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Primarily residential, the Chelsea neighborhood is home to places such as Chelsea Market and Empire Diner. Google’s New York office occupies an entire block between 15th and 16th streets. One of the area’s most eye-catching residential buildings is London Terrace.




The Maritime Hotel

363 West 16th Street

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Chelsea Market

With complimentary continental breakfast, mini-bars, iPod docking stations, porthole windows, dark wood furnishings, marble bathrooms, rain showers, bathrobes, an on-site restaurant, concierge services, bicycle rentals and a gym,  The Maritime Hotel in Chelsea is close to TAO Downtown (Asian fusion restaurant), Avellino Hair Salon, Ample Hills Creamery Chelsea (ice cream shop), SUSHINAO (authentic Japanese restaurant), Pizza Italia (takeout restaurant), Som Bo (health food restaurant), CHISHOLM LARSSON GALLERY (poster store), Atlantic Theater Company Stage 2 (performing arts theater), Free People (women’s clothing store) and more.

Chelsea Market is within feet, Highline Ballroom is 0.1 miles, High Line, Ground Zero Museum Workshop and 14th Street – Eighth Avenue are 0.2 miles, The Highline Park, David Zwirner Gallery, Clement Clarke Moore Park, 18th Street (IRT Broadway – Seventh Avenue Line) and Hudson River Park are 0.3 miles, Museum of Modern Art is 1.9 miles, Central Park is 2.4 miles and LaGuardia Airport is 7.3 miles from this hotel.

Approximate cost per night (rooftop penthouse): $1,885




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NoMad’s name is derived from its location “North of Madison Square Park”. A relatively new nomenclature, the term NoMad has been in use since 1999. Historically, the NoMad area has been, among other things, a military parade ground. To this day it hosts the Veterans Day Parade. Once a meeting area for Gilded Age elite, as well as a mecca for tourists, shoppers and after-theater restaurant patrons, the area today is home to residences, upscale businesses, trendy restaurants and nightspots.



Hotel Giraffe by Library Hotel Collection

365 Park Avenue South At 26th St., NoMad

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Madison Square Park

Hotel Giraffe by Library Hotel Collection includes a rooftop garden, free WiFi, iPod docking stations, flat-screen TVs and an in-house restaurant. Nearby you’ll find Davide Hair Studio / Salon (hair salon), Removery Tattoo Removal & Fading (tattoo removal service), Barry’s Park Avenue South (gym), Kaylee’s Creamery (ice cream shop), Vino Fine Wine & Spirits (liquor store), Roof at Park South (cocktail bar), I Trulli (Southern Italian restaurant), Pippali (Indian restaurant), Upland (Californian restaurant), Hillstone (American restaurant) and more.

Madison Square Park, Shake Shack and Museum of Sex are 0.2 miles, School of Visual Arts and Flatiron Building are 0.3 miles, Empire State Building is 0.4 miles, Madison Square Garden is 0.7 miles, Grand Central Station is 0.8 miles, Times Square is 1 mile, Rockefeller Center is 1.2 miles, Museum of Modern Art is 1.3 miles, Central Park is 2 miles, Metropolitan Museum of Art is 2.8 miles and LaGuardia Airport is 6.3 miles from this property.

Approximate cost per night (king suite): $550

Cost per person (three people): $183


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Lower Manhattan

Accommodations found here hail from the Chinatown, Lower East Side, Tribeca, Financial District and Little Italy neighborhoods.



Chinatown historically has been populated with Cantonese-speaking migrants, with an influx of Fuzhounese-speaking immigrants occurring in the 1980s.



Hotel 50 Bowery

50 Bowery, Chinatown

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The Bowery Ballroom

Hotel 50 Bowery features desks, bathrobes, Lefroy Brooks rain shower heads, Jonathan Adler bath amenities, in-room safes, original artworks, free WiFi, a 24-hour fitness center and an on-site restaurant. Bake Culture (bakery), West New Malaysia Restaurant, Joe’s Shanghai (restaurant), Shinsen (sushi restaurant), Shanghai Asian Cuisine, CHUNG YANG (restaurant), The Five Points (historical landmark) and more are in the area.

From here Thurgood Marshall United States Courthouse, Collect Pond Park, New York City Supreme Court and U.S. Court of Appeals : 2nd Circuit are 0.3 miles, The Bowery Ballroom, African Burial Ground National Monument, Manhattan Municipal Building, New York City Municipal Archives and City Hall Library are 0.4 miles, Empire State Building is 2.3 miles, Madison Square Garden is 2.4 miles, Ellis Island is 2.5 miles, Grand Central Station is 2.7 miles, Museum of Modern Art is 3.3 miles, Metropolitan Museum of Art is 4.7 miles and LaGuardia Airport is 7.7 miles.

Approximate cost per night (Bowery suite): $746

Cost per person (four people): $186



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Lower East Side

Traditionally this has been a working-class neighborhood. Through gentrification, the area has seen an uptick of upscale boutiques and trendy restaurants, many of which are referenced below.



The Ludlow Hotel

180 Ludlow Street

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Katz’s Deli

Offering skyline views, free WiFi, hardwood floors, handmade silk rugs, artisan-crafted Moroccan lamps, mini-bars featuring local products, marble mosaics, deep soaking bathtubs, brass rain showers, a 24-hour front desk, a trellis-covered garden, a lobby bar and lounge and a 24-hour fitness center, The Ludlow Hotel sits close to The Lobby Bar, Dirty French (French restaurant), Sweet Chick (Southern restaurant), Ludlow Coffee Supply, Taverna Di Bacco (Italian restaurant), Van Leeuwen Ice Cream, Assembly New York (clothing store), La Margarita Pizzeria (pizza delivery), El Sombrero (Mexican restaurant), September Wines & Spirits, Arlene’s Grocery (live music venue), Prema (hair salon), SakaMai (Japanese restaurant), Richard Taittinger Gallery (art gallery), TR Crandall Guitars (musical instrument store), San Loco (restaurant), Souvlaki GR (Greek restaurant), Annabelle Salon (beauty salon), Sushumai (sushi restaurant), Benson’s NYC (hamburger restaurant), The Mercury Lounge and more.

ABC Playground and Katz’s Deli are 0.1 miles, New Museum and The Bowery Ballroom are 0.3 miles, Bowery is 0.4 miles, De Colores Community Yard, Bleecker Street, Cooper Union, Broadway – Lafayette Street and Cooper Triangle are 0.5 miles, Grand Central Station is 2.2 miles, Times Square is 2.5 miles Statue of Liberty is 3.8 miles and John F. Kennedy International Airport is 11.7 miles from here.

Approximate cost per night: $462




citizenM New York Bowery

189 Bowery, Lower East Side

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Bloomingdales New York

citizenM New York Bowery provides a restaurant, a shared lounge, desks, wall-to-wall windows, flat-screen TVs, rain showers, free WiFi, a la carte breakfast and a fitness center. In the area you’ll find The Bowery Ballroom (live music venue), Ceci Cela Patisserie (bakery), Dixon Place (performing arts theater), Pop International Galleries (art gallery), Betty Cuningham Gallery (art gallery), GREEN FINGERS MARKET (plant nursery), Candice Madey (art gallery), Pop International Galleries (art gallery), Lash Boutique X Nails (eyelash salon), Bluestone Lane Bowery Café, The Marie (hair salon), Nudie Jeans Repair Shop, Yama Hair Salon, BISOU Nail Art Atelier (nail salon), Yours Truly Coffee (coffee shop), Vig Bar (bar), Sel Rrose (oyster bar restaurant), Fig. 19 (cocktail bar), The Boil (seafood restaurant), M’Finda Kalunga (community garden), Freemans Sporting Club (men’s clothing store), Morgenstern’s Finest Ice Cream (ice cream shop), Last Light (bar), Freemans (American restaurant), Banzarbar (bar), JTT Gallery (art gallery) and more.

This hotel is within feet of The Bowery Ballroom, 0.1 miles from New Museum, 0.3 miles from SoHo Shopping District and Bloomingdales New York, 0.4 miles from Katz’s Deli, Museum of African Art and ABC Playground, 2 miles from Empire State Building, 2.1 miles from Madison Square Garden, 2.3 miles from Grand Central Station, 2.8 miles from Ellis Island, 2.9 miles from Museum of Modern Art, 3.5 miles from Central Park, 4.4 miles from Metropolitan Museum of Art and 10 miles from Newark Liberty International Airport.

Approximate cost per night: $243






The Bowery Hotel

335 Bowery, East Village

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McSorley’s New York

Offering a lobby bar, free WiFi, floor-to-ceiling windows, city views, industrial designs, hardwood floors, Oushak rugs, 400-thread-count bedding, marble bathrooms, rain showers, plush towels, luxury C.O. Bigelow bath amenities, 24-hour concierge service, free bicycle rentals, 24-hour room service and an Italian restaurant, The Bowery Hotel is located near Gemma (Italian restaurant), Bar Primi (Italian restaurant), Anyway Cafe, Timbuktu (gift shop), New York Marble Cemetery, Three Jewels Cafe (tea house), Three Jewels Yoga and Meditation (yoga studio), Kino (hair salon), Fortnight Institute (art gallery), La Sirena Mexican folk Art (Mexican goods store), Dim Sum Palace (Cantonese restaurant), THE GRAY MARE (bar), Bar Verde (Mexican restaurant), Double Zero (Italian restaurant), SESTINA (vegan restaurant), La Mama Experimental Theatre Club (performing arts theater), SURFSET New York City (gym), 4th Street Food Co-Op (health food store), The Little Hair Shoppe (hair salon), The Wren (bar), Gia (Italian restaurant), Billy Reid (boutique), October’s Very Own (clothing store), lululemon and more.

From this hotel Cooper Union is 0.1 miles, Cooper Triangle and McSorley’s New York are 0.2 miles, Astor Place, New Museum and Angelika Film Center NYC are 0.3 miles, Empire State Building is 1.6 miles, Madison Square Garden is 1.7 miles, Grand Central Station is 2 miles, Times Square is 2.2 miles, Rockefeller Center is 2.4 miles, Museum of Modern Art is 2.5 miles, Central Park is 3.1 miles, Statue of Liberty is 3.8 miles and LaGuardia Airport is 7.1 miles.

Approximate cost per night (suite): $1,030








This neighborhood’s name is derived from “Triangle Below Canal Street”. Originally farmland, Tribeca has become one of the safest and trendiest spots in Manhattan, known for its celebrity residents, art galleries, boutiques, restaurants and bars. Notable sights include The Woolworth Building, Washington Market Park and Rockefeller Park.



Conrad New York Downtown

102 North End Avenue, Battery Park

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One World Trade Center

With an atrium, 2,000 artworks on display, separate living rooms, 2 flat-screen TVs per room, espresso machines, river views, a restaurant, a seasonal rooftop bar and a 24-hour fitness center, Conrad New York Downtown is near El Vez and Burrito Bar (Mexican restaurant), Blue Smoke (Southern restaurant), Regal Battery Park (movie theater), Vintry Fine Wines (wine store), Shake Shack (hamburger restaurant), Battery Park City Ball Fields (athletic field), Irish Hunger Memorial (memorial park), Lily Pond (park), Van Gogh Exhibit NYC: The Immersive Experience (art museum), Skylight (event venue), Belvedere Plaza (park), Classic Harbor Line North Cove (boat tour agency), Michael Kors (fashion accessories store), Salvatore Ferragamo Brookfield Place (boutique), Bottega Veneta New York Brookfield Place (boutique), Davidoff of Geneva (cigar shop), Le District (French restaurant), L’Appart (fine dining restaurant), Sant Ambroeus (Italian restaurant), Poets House (library), One World Observatory (tourist attraction) and more.

You’ll find World Financial Center Plaza and World Financial Center 0.1 miles, One World Trade Center 0.2 miles, National September 11 Memorial & Museum 0.3 miles, The Oculus 0.4 miles, Century21 Department Store, City Hall Park and Commons Historic District 0.5 miles, Ellis Island 1.7 miles, Statue of Liberty 2.3 miles, Madison Square Garden 2.7 miles, Empire State Building 2.8 miles, Metropolitan Museum of Art 5.2 miles and Newark Liberty International Airport 8.7 miles from this property.

Approximate cost per night (luxury corner suite): $1,377

Cost per person (four people): $344




Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown

27 Barclay Street, Tribeca

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The Oculus

Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown boasts flat-screen TVs, bath robes, a lap pool, a spa, a gym and an on-site restaurant. In the area you may find The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown, CUT by Wolfgang Puck (restaurant), The Class (wellness center), Five & Dime (cocktail bar), The Woolworth Building (historical landmark), The Wooly Daily (coffee shop), St Peter’s Roman Catholic Church, Stage Door Delicatessen (deli), True Spec Golf (golf instructor), Salad Box NYC (health food restaurant), Ray’s Barber Shop, NEXUS Club New York, Church Street Boxing Gym (boxing gym), Little Italy Pizza, Jacob Wrey Mould Fountain (historical landmark), City Hall Park, New York City Hall, Tweed Courthouse and more.

The Oculus, City Hall Park, Commons Historic District and New York City Hall are 0.1 miles, Tweed Courthouse and New York By Gehry are 0.2 miles, Ellis Island is 1.9 miles, Statue of Liberty is 2.5 miles, Madison Square Garden and Empire State Building are 2.7 miles, Grand Central Station is 3.2 miles, Central Park is 4.3 miles, Metropolitan Museum of Art is 5.2 miles and LaGuardia Airport is 8.3 miles from this locale.

Approximate cost per night (Barclay suite): $9,688




The Greenwich Hotel

377 Greenwich Street, Tribeca

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Tribeca Park

Providing an underground pool and fitness center, an on-site restaurant, a spa, free WiFi and mini-bars with free snacks, The Greenwich Hotel can be found near Locanda Verde (Italian restaurant), Shibui Spa (spa and health club), kataoka (jewelry designer), Benvenuto Cafe, American Cut (steak house), Terroir (restaurant), Tribeca Beauty Spa (day spa), Jungsik (Korean restaurant), Tamarind Tribeca (Indian restaurant), Thalassa (Greek restaurant), Imagine Swimming (swimming school), Puffy’s Tavern (bar), Zutto Japanese American Pub and more.

Tribeca Park is 0.2 miles, New York City Fire Museum and Dahesh Museum of Art are 0.4 miles, Soho Square Park, World Financial Center, African Burial Ground National Monument, Collect Pond Park, The Oculus and Tweed Courthouse are 0.5 miles, Ellis Island is 2.1 miles, Madison Square Garden and Empire State Building are 2.3 miles, Statue of Liberty and Grand Central Station are 2.8 miles, Metropolitan Museum of Art is 4.8 miles and Newark Liberty International Airport is 9.1 miles from this accommodation.

Approximate cost per night: $950




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Financial District

Money never sleeps, pal. Home to the New York Stock Exchange and Wall Street, the Financial District ushered-in The City of New York circa 1624. Architecture in the area is rooted in the Gilded Age, with some art deco mixed in as well.



The Beekman

123 Nassau Street

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Wall Street

The Beekman has custom beds with leather head boards, oak floors, craft cocktail tables, marble bathrooms, a 9-story atrium that has a pyramidal glass ceiling at the top, balconies, wall artwork and restaurants. It’s near Temple Court (fine dining restaurant), Augustine (modern French restaurant), Da Claudio (Italian restaurant), Sandwich House (sandwich shop), Pita Express (Middle Eastern restaurant), Unlimited Biking (bicycle rental service), Bombay Beauty Salon, Brooklyn Chop House (steak house), Coiffeur (beauty salon), Birch Coffee (coffee shop), Financial District Wine and Liquor, YogaCare (yoga studio), Poke Bowl (Hawiian restaurant), Seaport Wine Spirits, Baked by Melissa (dessert shop), Pisillo Italian Panini (Italian restaurant), Chic Studios NYC – School of Makeup, Oculus CrossFit (gym), Downtown Conference Center, Rosella’s Pizzeria, Schimmel Center (performing arts theater) and more.

This hotel is 0.1 miles from New York By Gehry, City Hall Park, Fulton Street/Broadway \x96 Nassau Street, Pace University, Brooklyn Bridge – City Hall, Commons Historic District, Nassau Street Pedestrian Mall, New York City Hall and Fulton Street Subway Station, 0.2 miles from Tweed Courthouse, 0.4 miles from New York Stock Exchange, 1.9 miles from Ellis Island, 2.8 miles from Madison Square Garden, 3.4 miles from Times Square, 5.2 miles from Metropolitan Museum of Art and 12.4 miles from John F. Kennedy International Airport.

Approximate cost per night (suite): $770

Cost per person (four people): $193




Artezen Hotel

24 John Street, Wall Street

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New York By Gehry

With a fitness center, free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, air conditioning, desks, a terrace, a business center and bicycle rental service, Artezen Hotel is near LEATHER SPA (shoe repair shop), Sushi & Co (restaurant), Sticky’s Finger Joint (chicken restaurant), La Parisienne (coffee shop), The Malt House (American restaurant), Go Go Curry World Trade Center (Japanese restaurant), QB HOUSE TOKYO DOWNTOWN (barber shop), Kuu Ramen (Japanese restaurant), d Elici (sandwich shop), The Irish American Pub (Irish Pub), Shake Shack (hamburger restaurant), Chick-fil-A, Burte Lash & Nail (eyelash salon), Nish Nush (Mediterranean restaurant) and more.

From here Nassau Street Pedestrian Mall is within feet, Century21 Department Store is 0.1 miles, Wall Street, New York By Gehry, City Hall Park, Federal Hall National Memorial, Trinity Church and The Oculus are 0.2 miles, Ellis Island is 1.8 miles, Statue of Liberty is 2.4 miles, Madison Square Garden and Empire State Building are 2.9 miles, Grand Central Station is 3.4 miles, Central Park is 4.5 miles, Metropolitan Museum of Art is 5.4 miles and LaGuardia Airport is 8.4 miles.

Approximate cost per night: $198






Little Italy

Once known for its large Italian population, Little Italy today attracts tourists to its traditional Italian eateries, bakeries and souvenir shops. The neighborhood’s main draw is Mulberry Street, which turns into a pedestrian mall on summer weekends. Organized crime, all but extinct today, once was a driving force in the area through mob legends such as Charles “Lucky” Luciano and John Gotti.




NobleDEN Hotel

196 Grand Street, Little Italy

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Museum of African Art New York

NobleDEN Hotel has free WiFi, a restaurant, hardwood floors, flat-screen TVs, hairdryers, in-room safes, air conditioning, terraces, balconies, a 24-hour front desk and a rooftop terrace. Near here are Bánh Mì Saigon (Vietnamese restaurant), Enoteca Di Palo (wine store), Hometown Hotpot & BBQ (hot pot restaurant), Tomiño Taberna Gallega (Spanish restaurant), Alleva Dairy (cheese shop), Di Palo’s Fine Foods (grocery store), Milk & Cream Cereal Bar (ice cream shop), Shoo Shoo Nolita (Mediterranean restaurant), Cha Cha Matcha (cafe), Quan Sushi Grill (sushi restaurant), Daphne European Skincare & Sugaring Studio (day spa), Greecologies (lunch restaurant), Soho mall (shopping mall), Benito One (Italian restaurant), Ferrara Bakery & Cafe (bakery), Margherita NYC (Italian restaurant), Nyonya (Malaysian restaurant), Haven Café (cafe), Golden Steamer (bakery), Manna House Bakery, 12 Corners (cafe), Little Italy Sign (tourist attraction), Cutting Edge Salon (hair salon), Puglia (Italian restaurant), Galioto’s Delicatessen (Italian grocery store), Aunt Jake’s (Italian restaurant), Zia Maria little Italy (Italian restaurant), Paesano (Italian restaurant), Mulberry Street Cigars, Christmas in New York – Little Italy (Christmas store), Baz Bagel, Third Prince Salon (hair salon), DeCode Salon (beauty salon), Gelso & Grand (Italian restaurant), Amici (Italian restaurant), La Mela (Italian restaurant), Onieal’s (American restaurant), Yaya Tea (bubble tea store), Water Lily Spa (massage therapist), Saigon Vietnamese Sandwich Deli, KIDA NYC (hair salon), Two Hands (Australian restaurant), The Chai Spot (tea house) and more.

You may find The Bowery Ballroom 0.2 miles, Bloomingdales, New Museum, SoHo Shopping District, Collect Pond Park and SoHo Cast Iron Historic District 0.3 miles, Museum of African Art New York and New York City Supreme Court 0.4 miles, Empire State Building 2.1 miles, Madison Square Garden 2.2 miles, Grand Central Station 2.5 miles, Ellis Island 2.6 miles, Times Square 2.7 miles, Statue of Liberty 3.2 miles, Metropolitan Museum of Art 4.5 miles and Newark Liberty International Airport 9.8 miles from this accommodation.

Approximate cost per night: $277




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So there they are, hotels in New York City that will help make for an outstanding trip. We hope you have found this information valuable and most of all, that you enjoy your time in New York!

66 Replies to “Hotels in New York City”

  1. Wow, a penthouse article right when I needed one! This is one of my all time favorite niches and I could simply read about this for days and days just as a fun hobby. I loved the visual images you gave as well to give some perspective of the settings and environments surrounding these areas. I will refer back to your site to gain some more info on this topic.

    All the best!


    1. Hi Ben and thank you! Penthouses are a great way to stay as I’m sure you’re well aware. Thanks for noticing the settings and environments. Lots of time is spent finding the very best nearby attractions. Cheers!

  2. Wow, David. This a comprehensive list of the best penthouse in New York City that I have seen so far. It provides ease in choosing the best options in one page rather than searching through many websites for the best of the best. Thank you for putting all together in a page. Nice work!

  3. Hi, These are very beautiful pent houses and spacious as well. I particularly like the ones that have something like an open area where you could sit under the sun, or sit under the moon or just watch the whole city go by. Washington heights, Soho, Nomad and Greenwich village are some pent houses that tickle my fancy 

  4. Wonderful post. The US is a country which attracts the maximum number of traveler around the world. In fact, it is a mini-world by itself. There is nothing that cannot be found in America. You have presented a wonderful guide of Penthouse rentals. I believe, it is must read for everyone who is visiting in the US.

    I’ll surely share this post to some of my friends and family members currently in the US. Your analysis is very well detailed and complete. It shows your wonderful experience. Your experience will surely be beneficial for many. Thanks a lot for sharing this useful post. Keep up the fantastic work.

  5. The elegance and promise of class and fun in the name is just a reflection of the site that you have done so well.

    One of my bucket list item that is coming up soon is a visit to NY!  I have wanted to go there since i could pronouce it. It also coincides with my birthday, a big one, so I will have the company of family and friends. This is just a great idea to have an amazing trip. Love the home NYC.

    The idea of a home on travel instead of getting stuck in a hotel is just appealing! I wish there was one of this for every city in the world. 

    1. Thank you for your kind words Zikora! Traveling with a group, why not rent a penthouse together 😉 Happy birthday in advance and thank you for stopping by!

  6. these penthouses are amazing, this a complete guide of nice, cozy and wide apartments around new york, equipped with all necessary needs for comfortable accommodation. You nailed it! I have a question, does it function as a hotel and how long does it take to make a reservation? I may consider some in my next journey.

    1. Hi evelyn and thank you for your comments! Glad you like 🙂 Yes they function as a hotel and reservation takes as long as it would through normal booking, assuming they are available at your given travel date. Thanks for your considerations and if you have any more questions please don’t hesitate!

  7. Got some friends here who are about to visit New York next week. The group is composed of Filipino-Chinese businessmen visiting the place for a business conference, and among the pent houses in the list here, I’m sure they’ll like Chinatown. I will be presenting to them this list, so they can see it and of course, evaluate other options.

    1. Thank you Gomer! Really appreciate your reference and we’re sure your friends will like Chinatown. Happy travels and best wishes 🙂

  8. Wow! That’s quite a collection of penthouses in New York City! The very first one in. Harlem, I believe it was, is freaking gorgeous. All that wood! Though you also listed some fabulous hotels as well. It’s great you included nearby attractions. Thanks for the visually appealing post!  I love seeing the beautiful rooms!

    1. Thank you Selenity Jade! Glad you like the first one, it’s beautiful agree, and that you appreciate the nearby attractions. Best wishes to you!

  9. The penthouses you’ve put on your page are looking stunning. Unfortunately, I tried booking like three of them and they didn’t fit my dates at all… And it also made it hard for me to look at any prices to see if it would even be financially possible for me :). I’ll try to have a look again soon, maybe something opens up, but for now it’s probably going to stay a dream :).

    1. Hi Virendra and thank you! These penthouses are in high demand so it’s best to book them as far in advance as possible. Hope you find a good one and happy travels 🙂

  10. I’m curious to know is a penthouse essentially a hotel? Like something that I would stay at for a short time… Or is it meant for longer stays like a regular apartment?

    Sorry that might seem like a dumb question but all of these penthouses look amazing, and from the way you’re describing them I almost thing they’re more like a hotel but with a “home” like atmosphere?

    Anyway I hope to travel to New York one day, and if the price is right the penthouses you have listed are amazing, and I would consider them if they’re more like staying at a hotel.

    Thanks for a really great list, and I look forward to hearing your responses.

    1. Hi Josh. You may book these penthouses for as short or as long as you like, assuming they are available, and yes, they are like staying in a hotel. Hope you enjoy New York one day!

  11. Wow what an in depth guide!!

    I really like the look of Hyatt Union Square. I have never been to NYC but it is high up on the bucket list! My wife and I will actually be on the West coast this summer for a while, but a bit too far to get to New York.

    If you had to pick a top three locations what would they be?

    Thanks for sharing


    1. Hi Mike and thank you! Hyatt Union Square, very nice choice! The Whitby Hotel, The Broome and Crosby Street Hotel are all fine choices as well. Happy travels to you and yours 🙂

  12. This is great, thanks so much! I will be travelling to New York for the first time soon and thanks to your very comprehensive article I will not have to hunt around forever to find exactly the right place to stay! I had been dreading this task but after seeing what some of these penthouses have to offer, I’m excited about it now. Thanks again!

    1. Hi Shannon! Thank you for the comments. Glad you found value in the post and hope your New York trip is a special one 🙂

  13. Some gorgeous apartments here, and you are making me want to plan a trip to New York just to have a stay in one of these.

    There is nothing better than spoiling yourself with good accommodation when you are away, as it is stressful enough being away from home, so why not feel even more comfortable.

    If I had to choose one of these to stay in I would go with Washington Heights, as each bedroom has its own bathroom and best of all you can still enjoy the outdoors on the rooftop.

    1. Hi Michel and thank you for your pick! The Washington Heights choice has such an excellent rooftop view. Best wishes to you.

  14. Hello Devid,

    This is a wonderful and helpful article about Penthouse Rentals New York. I wish I had found your article two weeks ago! Because I have a little business for this I travel to many foreign countries. Two weeks ago I have come from New York. In there where am I stay that is a beautiful place. But I found something like your article.

    I must say that you try hard to collect that information and also say this collection of Penthouses are superb. When I see them I just amazed. Really it’s so beautiful. Next one of these is my destination where am I stay.

    Thank you so much.

  15. Thank you so much for making my search so much easier I can’t tell you enough how thankful I am for this post.  You saved me hours of searching with the detail I found that the best fit for me would be the Loews Regency.  

    Any advise you can give me about the area?

    1. Thank you biblehealthmike and glad to see you again! Loews Regency is close to Central Park, which is a natural gem amongst the city.

  16. New York has some of the most expensive penthouses in the world. I have been reviewing some of the most expensive neighborhoods in the area and here are the top 3 I have found: SoHo, Tribeca and Midtown Manhattan. You have listed Penthouses in all three of these neighborhoods. But if I would have to pick just one as the best, I would incline for Crosby Street Hotel.

    1. You are correct Henry. Visiting New York, one would not expect it to be inexpensive. Crosby Street Hotel is an excellent choice!

  17. I love the photography, but it also gives me ideas on how to decorate my own home.  When I go grocery shopping I’m usually the person that’s standing at the magazine rack leafing through the homes magazines – home decor and design is sort of a hobby for me.

    So what can I say? 

    You have managed to create a beautiful collection of comfortable, stylish and convenient penthouses to suit even the most finicky and indulgent traveler! Spacious homes away from home, right there in the heart of N.Y., where real estate is at a premium…very lovely!

    1. Thank you Christie! Very interesting how the photos have given you ideas to decorate your own house. Excellent to hear and best luck with it!

  18. Despite being known for (infamously) being one of the most expensive cities in the world, these options that you have covered here all look astonishing, and certainly worth the money for the stay if you can afford one. 

    Out of everything you’ve covered here I would have to say that The Ludlow Hotel is my favourite – I just love the thought of looking out over the Lower East Side skyscrapers and bridges!

    Great article, and some great locations to boot.

  19. So I actually stayed at the Time New York for my 21st, My wife had a similar experience but her parents went “old school” and took her to stay for a week at the Plaza. It’s our 5th Wedding Anniversary coming up this time next year and I love New York I the summer being British when we do come over we like to make an event of it. Her best mate live on fifth avenue so I was thinking the Peninsula may be a great option with her being a foodie and somewhat of an art lover, unless you can think of a potentially better option that fits the profile?

  20. For anyone staying in a city, a penthouse is a must,giving you an apartment,that has privacy,as well as a place to relax, in safety, far above the noise and bustle of the streets.

    The decor of the units has such a wide range from ultra modern,to traditional,that virtually everyone must be able to find an apartment that will suit them.

    Living in a home that has tiled floors,which can be cold in winter,I must say that I would go for wood floors, or carpeted rooms,the carpeted rooms,being very comfortable, and sound absorbent,for those wishing to relax without shoes.

    The hotel rooms have the benefit of the use of restaurants and bars,but the penthouse suites,give you the option of making home cooked meals,with your own choice of food and drink,I would  prefer.

  21. Great article.. 

    Its clear that a lot of research was put into this article. 
    As there is details listed for all the locations along with prices.

    One thing that really stood out to me the most is how affordable the prices are even tho I have never really did research on this.

    Will definitely pass on this information to someone I think will find it useful..

    Keep up the awesome work  

  22. Hi, 

    Great website. I really like the domain name. I absolutely love NYC. I have family in NJ, when I go to see them I always try to make trip to NYC. All to these hotels are absolutely gorgeous. If I had to take my pick, I would go with The Time New York. It has a classy and modern touch to it. I also always wanted to be able to hang my pots and pans like it shows in the picture too. I looked around your website for San Francisco locations but couldn’t find any. Have you considered doing a review of penthouses there? 



    1. Thank you for the compliments Brian! Glad you found this post to be close to home and we will definitely take your recommendations into consideration. Happy travels!

  23. You have a glorious selection of penthouse rentals for people visiting New York. My favourite is AKA Central Park as it looks like a home away from home and it is close to central park which is in the middle of the city, so you can basically go anywhere, or simply relax at the suite.

    The Algonquin Hotel also looks special as it is more social as you can go for drinks in the lounge and meet other guests, unlike a penthouse where you would be on your own.

  24. I totally love the penisula!

    My friends and i are definitely going for that penthouse, we were browsing around the internet looking for suitable(and luxury) accommodation for during our travels in New York and the Kind suite will suit us perfectly,

    Thank you so much for the help, you article is very extensive, a very good read,


  25. A truly unique site with very interesting subject matter. I may never get to rent one of these marvelous luxury accommodations, but I can certainly appreciate their beauty. The writeups on each location were spot-on, giving the tantalizing individuality of each penthouse. If I were going to visit one of these areas and had the money, any one of these would suffice to give a memorable stay. Thanks for sharing!

  26. This is really interesting, renting a pent house nothing I’ve thought of in a long time, this article has opened my eyes to what I truly need at this moment since I can work remotely from anywhere. Those images I must say are sight appealing and I’m not expecting less. The Peninsula ia my favorite and I’m looking forward to visiting the place with my girlfriend and some of my friends, I’ll share this article to them and I’m sure they’ll love it.

    Thanks forputting together this beautiful piece, its really useful and informative. It’ll make my vacation to NY a really nice one and it has reduced my stress of looking for a rental service. 

  27. Because I live in Northern New Jersey, about 30 minutes from New York City, I always think to visit, but never to stay over. It seems silly to think that after taking a look at some of these wonderful establishments! I especially like the look of The Broome as it really seems like you can get away from all the hustle and bustle when in that courtyard. That would be one of the main things I would want to get away from after a day of site-seeing! Thanks for the post! I’ll have to check some of these places out more in-depth!

    1. Steve, The Broome is an excellent choice and great points about New York City. Thanks for stopping by and happy travels 🙂

  28. If others can do it, I can do it too. It is not so difficult to understand the truth. It would be a shame if we couldn’t fully understand the New York Hotel. We need a new understanding of New York hotels. If we can appreciate the beauty of the New York Hotel, I believe we will definitely change. When looking at New York hotels, if you find it very complicated, it is not easy. With in-depth research on New York hotels, out boarding is unavoidable in the modern era. The existence of the New York Hotel makes me unable to stop thinking about it.

  29. When I first started my search for a penthouse accommodation in New York City, I knew I’d be in for a wonderful array of selections. What I couldn’t have predicted was that they’d be very affordable. Looking to spend a week with some friends over there and I must say, this guide makes our options a lot more comprehensive. I’d be looking into the beekman hotel. Thanks 

    1. Rhain great point! Hotels in New York City are some of the best out there and can be surprisingly affordable when done right. The Beekman Hotel is a great choice 🙂

  30. I love reading about different penthouses especially in the major cities. Personally i have never been, but one of these days i will definitely go! Im thinking something like the lowes rengency so we could be close to the empire state building that woild be amazing. A man can dream and one day ill make it there! 

  31. Many thanks to you for sharing such a wonderful article with me and I moved to New York City last year. It’s really interesting and really made my vacation .I got up at your home NYC hotel in your article .Free WiFi, kitchen, spa bath, gardening services at Home NYC fascinate me .There are also nearby markets, restaurants, etc. The atmosphere of the hotel tee was great, the decoration is very interesting .

    All in all I have a great feeling and I want to go again next time and of course I will share my new experience with you .

    1. Shanta nice to see you back and glad you appreciate these hotels in New York City. Home NYC is a very fine choice for your stay on the north side of Manhattan

  32. the moment i saw your article, i was excited because i am going to learn about new places that i have to visit. i would say that this time, the loews regency new york really caught my attention. i took so much time viewing the picture and admiring it. it is indeed a must visit for me

  33. I like the pictures on your website. They’re so good at the beauty you’re writing about. Well done for the choice! I haven’t been to New York and I’d like to visit him. The hotels you write about seem fascinating. You’ve presented for anyone, in different parts of the city, and that’s what will yield good results, and visit your website! I wish you many successes!

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