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An iconic hotel, The Milford is nicknamed ‘the lullaby of Broadway’ thanks to its awesome location in the heart of the theatre district. Open for business since 1928, in 2010 it came under new ownership and management to bring you an even higher standard of comfort and service. Guest rooms are spacious and well-equipped with great views over the city.
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This Midtown hotel is just west of the Theater District, with Broadway Theaters within walking distance, as are trendy recording and TV studios, so you may spot some stars. The famous Blue Note Café is a 10-min walk, home of the best jazz in town.
This sophisticated, luxurious hotel is centrally located on Park Avenue. Heads of state and US presidents normally stay here, so you're in good company! You are within easy walking distance of great shopping on Madison and 5th Avenues. Escape the pace of the city with an aromatherapy massage in the spa or a gourmet meal at one of the hotel's fine-dining restaurants.
The Westin New York at Times Square is an exhilarating achievement of art and architecture. Connected to the hotel is a 200,000sq ft multiplex, housing 13 cinema screens. As you would expect from the Big Apple's latest gem, all rooms are beautifully furnished with an excellent range of amenities. Not forgetting the luxurious Westin Heavenly bed® and heavenly it certainly is!...
This hotel is located in Midtown Manhattan with the Empire State Building close by. If shopping is more your cup of tea, Macy's is just a short walk away. Lunch might see you at Anesis Café, which offers great snacks and head-spinningly strong Manhattan-style coffees. Rooms are well equipped and the Comfort Inn's award-winning service is welcoming after a day in the Big Apple.
Recently renovated, the Fitzpatrick offers luxurious accommodation in the heart of Manhattan with an atmosphere that’s uniquely Irish! Warm and inviting, choose between a standard guest room and a suite, both very spacious indeed with all the home comforts you could possibly need.
This newly renovated hotel offers comfortable, modern accommodation in up-and-coming Brooklyn - enjoy a refreshing combination of modern sophistication and simplicity with more facilities than many Manhattan hotels.
The perfect hotel if you’re looking for a place to stay between connecting flights or before joining a cruise. If you’re looking for a cheaper way to visit Manhattan, this hotel could be the ideal option for you.
Designer Philippe Starck's surreally inspired creation, with its neon-lit escalator leading to a 40ft-high ivy-covered lobby, is one of the liveliest and coolest places in town - and the location is great.
Oozing with Art Deco chic, this well-priced hotel is just a short walk from the Empire State Building and Macy's department store. In warmer months, the rooftop terrace is a great place to view the Empire State Building. The hotel's attractive, blonde wood restaurant is on the New York Times' list of 'Good Dining Places in the Area'.
This lovely modern hotel is ideally located in Manhattan's Theater District, midway between Central Park and Wall Street. It features a fitness centre, sauna and steam room, so you can relax and unwind after a day's shopping or sightseeing.
Built in 1902, the MAve has undergone a stunning transformation recently to become one of New York’s finest boutique hotels. Clean, modern lines and decor reflect the artistic vibe of the Flatiron neighbourhood and the atmosphere is refreshingly relaxed.
Very well located – 57th Street in case you hadn’t guessed! – this recently refurbished Holiday Inn offers comfortable, spacious and well-equipped accommodation just steps from a huge variety of New York attractions.
A superb hotel in an equally superb location, guests at the Millenium Hotel can enjoy sleek, contemporary accommodation, equipped with hi-tech amenities, including a 42" plasma-screen TV.
The Ritz-Carlton New York, Central Park welcomes guests with a luxurious, but warm atmosphere befitting one of the world's most impressive destinations. Exquisite details, original paintings by Samuel Halpert and works of floral art by Jane Packer create a residential air complemented by glorious views of Central Park.
SoHo is the city's epicentre of chic sophistication, and with its modernist architecture and plush interiors, this iconic hotel reflects the style and glamour of downtown New York. The Grand Bar & Lounge, with its welcoming sofas and in-house DJ, is known as 'SoHo's living room'.
On a quiet cobblestone corner in one of New York's coolest downtown neighbourhoods, this sophisticated hotel draws a fashionable and energetic crowd. The Church Lounge in the hotel's breathtaking triangular atrium is a place to relax in the day, and becomes a real Manhattan destination at night.
A haven of quiet luxury for travellers seeking the ambience of their very own Park Avenue pied-à-terre. Setting new standards for comfort and style in boutique hotels, 70 Park Avenue Hotel brings a distinct approach to design, intimate style and gracious service along with state-of-the-art technology.
It's a bit quieter in this desirable Upper West Side location than in Midtown Manhattan, and the excellent local restaurants tend to be cheaper. Rooms are larger than in the centre of Manhattan, and your kitchenette means you can perhaps fix yourself some breakfast, as our American friends would say.
This unique, eclectic hotel is ideally situated overlooking Washington Square in the heart of trendy Greenwich Village. It is just a short walk from SoHo and Little Italy, not to mention the cool shops and restaurants of Greenwich. The hotel's cool Deco Room is, as the name suggests, decorated in Art Deco style and is popular with locals for afternoon tea and brunch.
This huge 1924 Madison Avenue landmark is handy for all the Midtown attractions. Fuel yourself for taking them on with the excellent breakfast buffet in Teddy's Table. The friendly doormen are particularly helpful, full of local tips!
NYC rooms are often rather, shall we say, 'compact'. However, the Salisbury's rooms are substantially bigger, as they used to be apartments! For a supplement, you can upgrade to a huge suite with 2 double beds and separate living room with sleeper sofa. The location is wonderfully central - how about a jog in the park or a bit of shopping down 5th Avenue?
The Marmara Manhattan offers apartment accommodation for guests seeking home-from-home comfort in a central location. Spacious, well-furnished rooms boast every convenience you could wish for, including fully equipped kitchens, high-speed Internet access and premium cable TVs.
This 1920s hotel enjoys a superb location on New York's Upper West Side and has been recently renovated to bring you the highest standards of comfort. Amenities include a fabulous rooftop plunge pool with panoramic views of your stunning surrounds. There's also a rooftop lounge, the perfect place to enjoy a pre-dinner drink.
This hotel is a very popular addition to the Hilton family, with state-of-the-art amenities, superb guest rooms and, a great location in the city's stylish fashion district of Chelsea, just south of Times Square and considered the new midtown.
This luxury boutique hotel offers guests a high degree of comfort in the heart of Times Square. Combining the rich culture and history of New York with the fine art of Italian living, rooms have been designed with 'At Home Sophistication' in mind. Sumptuous décor and state-of-the-art amenities are the order of the day, providing a great setting in which to relax after a busy day (or night!...
Built in 1924, this Midtown hotel is something of a gem in New York, combining classic 'old Manhattan' style with stylish contemporary décor. It's also the place where Houdini performed a daring escape from a locked box in the pool! Not that you'll want to escape, as it's supremely comfortable with a fantastic range of amenities. Then again, Fifth Avenue is just a stroll away.
This elegantly designed hotel offers superior accommodation just minutes from Wall Street. The interior is luxuriously dramatic, with black and red pillars in the Asian-inspired lobby and a stunning stained-glass ceiling. You don't have to stray too far for great local eats either - the hotel's own restaurant, Roy's New York, is renowned for serving spectacular Asian fusion cuisine.
If you want history in New York, stay at the Carlton, a fantastic Beaux-Arts hotel dating from 1904! The lobby was added later by renowned architect David Rockwell and is another work of art featuring a 30ft mezzanine-level, Tiffany-style domed skylight and mosaic-tile floors.
This comfortable hotel is located a few steps from Times Square in the heart of Broadway, equidistant between the welcome greenery of Central Park and the trendy downtown vibe of SoHo and TriBeCa.
Ace by name, ace by nature, you’re in for a bit of rock ‘n’ roll when you stay at this unique boutique hotel! Indeed, you’ll find a Gibson guitar in most rooms and a stack of blank sheet music should you fancy composing a song or two.
One of the city's first designer hotels, it's a contemporary classic with its famous living room-style lobby and cool bar and restaurant. Rooms have every amenity you could need, and there's an alluring spa if your tired feet need a massage.
This stylish boutique property is in the heart of Manhattan's Theater District, within walking distance of many of the Big Apple's premier sights. The Muse offers an oasis of calm from the moment you step through the lobby with its hushed, natural interiors, spacious (yes, really) rooms and in-room spa services.
The Midtown location is great, with the Museum of Modern Art 2 blocks east and the Broadway theatres to the south and west. Times Square, the Broadway Theatre District, Rockefeller Center, Carnegie Hall, Central Park, the famous 5th Avenue and Madison Avenue just steps away.
This hotel enjoys an enviable location just across from Madison Square Garden and around the corner from Macy's, so make sure you buy an extra suitcase for all those bargains! To help you wind down after that inevitable shopping-spree, the hotel offers complimentary Experience Kits, including a yoga kit and walking kit.
It's fun and funky. Touches of kitsch, such as the 'running waterfall' picture in Asia de Cuba restaurant and the furniture of subterranean Morgan's Bar, enliven Ian Schrager's first hotel to grace the city.
Achingly hip but friendly and relaxed with it, Le Parker Meridien is a superb, central NYC hotel featuring a 3-storey atrium, flooded by natural light, and artwork by Damien Hirst. Spacious guest rooms are sleek in design, with every mod con you could wish for, and the amenities are second to none - including an award-winning fitness centre with indoor pool.
The spectacular lobby bar, which stretches across a whole block, is the trend-setting centrepiece of this hip hotel, another cool-as-a-cucumber Starck-Schrager collaboration.
This grand hotel has a breathtaking atrium with a cascading water fountain, and a fine choice of dining and drinking - watch the city go by from the Manhattan Sky Restaurant and Bar. There's a great buzz about this area. Make stunning Grand Central Terminal your first sightseeing stop (there are several lovely restaurants in there, too).
It is this attention to detail that puts Renaissance Hotel New York simply in a class of it's own. Enjoy Stunning Panoramic views of Times Square in the restaurant before venturing out to Rockefeller Center or the Theater District, both just steps away. The bespoke furniture and chandeliers in the main areas of the hotel have been lovingly hand crafted.
The Barclay first opened its doors in 1926 under the aegis of the Vanderbilt family, quickly achieving a reputation as a hotel of distinction and exclusivity. Bette Davis, Marlon Brando and other celebrities have enjoyed its brand of hospitality in the past, now it's your turn! The hotel manages to combine old-world glamour with modern 21st-century functionality.
It's right on Central Park South where many rooms overlook that lovely green expanse. There's continental dining with more great park views in the restaurant, and Martinis in the wonderfully clubby Harry's Bar are a great way to start the evening.
The only luxury waterfront hotel in New York City has top-class service that even extends to a butler running your bath for you, not to mention fabulous dining.
Elegant Art Deco style and top-notch service characterise this 1930s hotel overlooking Central Park. There's fine dining from chef Kerry Heffernan and a chic spa with all manner of pampering treatments.
Railroad magnate Henry Villard's 19th-century mansions were combined with a sleek tower to create one of the city's best hotels. It's a place where the staff greet you as if they have known you all their lives, and nothing is too much trouble. The location is one of the best in Manhattan, right in the middle of Midtown, but hidden away in a gated courtyard.
One of the most sought after addresses in New York, the award-winning Omni Berkshire Place has been recently renovated to bring you even higher standards of luxury. In a fantastic location, close to some of New York’s finest attractions, it’s the perfect place for the discerning traveller to rest awhile in-between sightseeing.
Having recently undergone a spectacular $40 million renovation by the award-winning designer Jordan Mozer, Renaissance Hotel 57 is now one of New York’s finest boutique hotels. Serene and sophisticated, guest rooms feature custom-made furniture and state-of-the-art amenities, including well-stocked marble bathrooms, Renaissance Revive Bedding and flatscreen TV’s.
If you fancy taking in the sights and sounds of New York City then location is everything and as King & Grove is ideally positioned, right in the bustling bosom of one of Manhattan’s trendiest neighbourhoods, this is a wonderful chance to explore without having to stray too far from home.
Situated right in the middle of the Lower East Side, Hotel on Rivington is a study in contrast; a shiny glass and steel tower in a neighbourhood of tenement buildings. Both were inspired choices. Almost all of New York has heard about the cave at the hotel entrance. What they probably don't know is that this is more than just a grotto.
Manhattan has its own view on the world and Ink48 exemplifies this sideways glance by providing an urban oasis just outside of New York’s business district. Sustainable and stylish living go hand in hand incorporating locally sourced and house-made produce, for the eco-friendly lobby restaurant, with expertly crafted cocktails to enjoy on the 16th floor roof deck.
Irish charm in abundance, that’s what you get at the Fitzpatrick Manhattan, so much so, the Irish Prime Minister and Irish celebrities all choose to stay here whenever they’re in town! You don’t have to come from the emerald isle, however, to enjoy all it has to offer, including great, personal service and some of the most spacious rooms in NYC.
A welcome addition to New York’s already extensive hotel portfolio, the Gansevoort Park Avenue, open since July 2010, offers guests a very privileged level of accommodation in a prestigious location. Rooms and suites are gloriously appointed with lofty ceilings and Juliet balconies.
This sophisticated, marble-lobbied hotel is ideally located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, a couple of blocks from legendary sights such as the Rockefeller Center, Museum of Modern Art and Radio City Music Hall. Shopaholics rejoice, the upmarket shops of 5th Avenue are just a short walk away!...
As the first hotel to open in Harlem in over 40 years, this is an urban inspired, sassy and carefree style of hotel in this new lively locale in uptown Manhattan. This area has undergone a radical transformation, with handsome new apartment buildings filling previously empty lots.
Set in an historic 1916 building, in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, the Andaz prides itself on delivering the highest standard of service you’ll find anywhere in New York.
If you want plenty of space to spread out and relax in, you’ve come to the right place, the guest rooms at the Courtyard by Marriott are amongst the largest in New York! They also occupy a great location, just a short walk from all midtown attractions, including great shopping and museums galore.
The Crowne Plaza Times Square is one of the places to stay in New York with cutting-edge design very much the order of the day! Every guest room is spacious and well-equipped with breathtaking views of Times Square, the Manhattan skyline or the Hudson River, making you eager to return to it after a busy day sightseeing.
Set in the heart of Times Square, this is not just any hotel; this is the most eco-friendly hotel in New York! Reduce, Reuse and Recycle are the watchwords here without compromising comfort in any way. In fact, you couldn’t be more comfortable as all guest rooms are bright, airy and spacious with fully-equipped kitchenettes (with all appliances Energy Star rated of course!...
Chelsea gets its name from Captain Thomas Clarke, who retired to this then rural area in 1750, and named it after Royal Hospital in Chelsea.
One of the last neighbourhoods to be rehabilitated, Chelsea’s former bad-boy, rock-star grunge charm was like catnip for art galleries and it now features the largest concentration of modern art galleries anywhere in the world.
This hotel is right in the heart of Manhattan, is a great base from which to explore New York’s most renowned attractions. To get your day off to a great start, take advantage of the complimentary continental breakfast served daily – you can also Grab-n-Go, after all, there’s no time to waste in the Big Apple!...
Having opened its doors to the world in 2010, the James New York offers the same level of comfort and luxury as its Chicago counterpart. Boasting plenty of natural light and space, it features artwork by prominent and up-and-coming local artists, reflecting the culturally rich neighbourhood it has the good fortune to reside in.
The London provides discerning travellers with the highest standard of luxury suite accommodation. Designed by the innovative British designer David Collins with characteristic creativity and care, The London NYC‘s suites evoke a serenely stylish experience, enriched by texture and detail and punctuated by graceful utility.
Overlooking Times Square, the Sanctuary does what it says, offers a sanctuary of peace in the midst of bustling Manhattan. Guest rooms are spacious and well-equipped, decorated in rich, warm hues with beds so comfortable you’ll never want to leave them! Upgrade to a Deluxe King Room and you can take advantage of delectable in-room spa treatments too – very tempting indeed!...
Set in a quieter location than downtown, well, as quiet as New York can be, this landmark hotel is perfect for those seeking a respite from the hustle and bustle of city life. Overlooking the Museum of Natural History, stroll through Central Park and you’ll discover the Metropolitan Museum of Art too.
From the moment you walk into this hotel and marvel at the Anemone Chandelier in the lobby, designed by renowned UK light sculptor, Bruce Munroe, you know you’re somewhere special! Guest rooms are breathtakingly modern and ultra comfortable with large picture windows framing perfectly the city landscape.
Big by SoHo standards, the 46 story hotel offers views, a very happening bar scene, a spa and great dining, so posing the dilemma, to stay in or to go out?
Three words distinguish the 391 guestrooms. Space. Glass. And Fendi. An average of 500 square feet guestrooms offer a lot of space and all the rooms have floor to ceiling windows.
As you’d expect from an establishment that includes JFK and Bette Davis as previous patrons, dining facilities are exceptional and from the Michelin-starred French fusion restaurant, Café Boulud, to delicious and light brunches on the terrace, prepare for nothing less than the best.
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