There is no shortage of hospitality in the Big Apple. Whether you’re looking for 5 star luxury, or a unique boutique hotel, New York City has it. The MissTravel team rounded up our top five favorite hotels for your next visit to NYC, in no particular order.
Situated on a former elevated train track, this 18-story property is located in the Meatpacking District. Decorated in a style that can be described as modern minimalism, rooms have free wifi, a fully stocked minibar and flat screen TV’s. Floor-to-ceiling windows overlook the Hudson river complete with sweeping city views. Enjoy a cold brew at the beer garden or dance the night away at the legendary Boom Boom Room night club, both located within The Standard.
Owned by actor Robert De Niro, this ultra-trendy TriBeCa hotel offers 88 rooms and suites, with no two rooms the same. With Moroccan tiled bathrooms and silk Tibetan rugs, you’ll certainly feel like an A-list celebrity while staying at The Greenwich Hotel. Also, be sure to make a reservation at the Shibui spa and dine at the hotel’s casual Italian restaurant, Locanda Verde.
This hipster-friendly, sophisticated hotel is located in the Lower East Side with 135 rooms. Tapestries, dim lighting, and mounted deer antlers give The Bowery Hotel an old-school feel, but the large marble baths looking out floor-to-ceiling windows provide nothing short of modern day luxury.
A block from Times Square, this 49 story hotel is in the perfect location for travelers wanting an authentic NYC experience. The Marriott Marquis is praised for having decent sized rooms, which is typically uncommon for a hotel in the heart of the city. Guests are transported to their floor via a chic, glass elevator, or ride it to the top floor to enjoy breathtaking panoramic views of the Big Apple at the revolving restaurant and lounge.
This modern, boutique hotel faces a lovely, interior courtyard and is located in Hell’s Kitchen historic brick townhouses. 414 Hotel is conveniently located near Times Square and the subway, offers complimentary breakfast and wifi, and online reviews rave about the courteous staff. Plush Belgian linens and an immaculately clean bedroom give this property an unrivaled “homey” feel.
No matter what brings you to New York City, any of these hotels will be the icing on the cake for an excellent experience.
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