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  • best for shopping

The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel

$$$$ | Upper East Side 35 E. 76th St.

On the well-heeled corner of Madison Avenue and 76th Street, the Carlyle is an elegant hotel tha... Read More

  • best for shopping

The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel

$$$$ | Upper East Side 35 E. 76th St.

On the well-heeled corner of Madison Avenue and 76th Street, the Carlyle is an elegant hotel tha... Read More

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The Chatwal New York

$$$$ | Midtown West 130 W. 44th St.

Dating back to 1905, the Chatwal is a lavishly refurbished reincarnation of a classic Manhattan theater club. Read More

The Chatwal New York

$$$$ | Midtown West 130 W. 44th St.

Dating back to 1905, the Chatwal is a lavishly refurbished reincarnation of a classic Manhattan theater club. Read More

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  • best for nightlife

The Plaza

$$$$ | Midtown West 768 5th Ave.

On the corner of Central Park, the Plaza is one of New York’s most storied hotels, hosting all manner... Read More

  • best for nightlife

The Plaza

$$$$ | Midtown West 768 5th Ave.

On the corner of Central Park, the Plaza is one of New York’s most storied hotels, hosting all manner... Read More

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  • best for nightlife

The St. Regis

$$$$ | Midtown East 2 E. 55th St.

World-class from head to toe, this 5th Avenue Beaux Arts landmark comes as close to flawless as... Read More

  • best for nightlife

The St. Regis

$$$$ | Midtown East 2 E. 55th St.

World-class from head to toe, this 5th Avenue Beaux Arts landmark comes as close to flawless as... Read More

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Grand Hyatt New York

$ | Midtown East 109 E. 42nd St.

With some 1300 rooms, the Grand Hyatt in the top 5 of largest hotels in New York City. Read More

Grand Hyatt New York

$ | Midtown East 109 E. 42nd St.

With some 1300 rooms, the Grand Hyatt in the top 5 of largest hotels in New York City. Read More

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  • location

High Line Hotel

$$ | Chelsea 180 10th Ave.

A late-19th-century, redbrick, Gothic-style building on the landscaped grounds of a former semin... Read More

  • location

High Line Hotel

$$ | Chelsea 180 10th Ave.

A late-19th-century, redbrick, Gothic-style building on the landscaped grounds of a former semin... Read More

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The Sherry-Netherland

$$$$ | Midtown East 781 5th Ave.

Staying at the Sherry-Netherland is like receiving an invitation to Balmoral—it’s a bit of an honor to sleep h... Read More

The Sherry-Netherland

$$$$ | Midtown East 781 5th Ave.

Staying at the Sherry-Netherland is like receiving an invitation to Balmoral—it’s a bit of an honor to sleep h... Read More

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  • best for nightlife

Iroquois New York

$$ | New York City 49 W 44th St.

Once the home of James Dean (he lived here for two years in the 1950s), the Iroquois is a historic hotel th... Read More

  • best for nightlife

Iroquois New York

$$ | New York City 49 W 44th St.

Once the home of James Dean (he lived here for two years in the 1950s), the Iroquois is a historic hotel th... Read More

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Library Hotel Manhattan

$$ | Midtown East 299 Madison Ave.

The Library Hotel is one heck of a curated enterprise. Read More

Library Hotel Manhattan

$$ | Midtown East 299 Madison Ave.

The Library Hotel is one heck of a curated enterprise. Read More

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Life Hotel

$ | Murray Hill 19 W. 31st St.

The Life Hotel breathes life into this developing stretch of Broadway with an refined casual approach to hospi... Read More

Life Hotel

$ | Murray Hill 19 W. 31st St.

The Life Hotel breathes life into this developing stretch of Broadway with an refined casual approach to hospi... Read More

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  • budget
  • best for nightlife

The Marlton

$ | Greenwich Village 5 W. 8th St.

Built in 1900 and once home to Jack Kerouac, this Greenwich Village hotel has been renovated into a stylish... Read More

  • budget
  • best for nightlife

The Marlton

$ | Greenwich Village 5 W. 8th St.

Built in 1900 and once home to Jack Kerouac, this Greenwich Village hotel has been renovated into a stylish... Read More

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  • best for nightlife

Walker Hotel Greenwich Village

$$ | New York City 52 W 13th St.

Among the ghosts of the literary salons and speakeasies of Greenwich Village, this boutique hotel with an A... Read More

  • best for nightlife

Walker Hotel Greenwich Village

$$ | New York City 52 W 13th St.

Among the ghosts of the literary salons and speakeasies of Greenwich Village, this boutique hotel with an A... Read More

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Warwick New York

$$ | Midtown West 65 W. 54th St.

This is a hotel with a history. Built by William Randolph Hearst for his mistress, the actress Marion Davie... Read More

Warwick New York

$$ | Midtown West 65 W. 54th St.

This is a hotel with a history. Built by William Randolph Hearst for his mistress, the actress Marion Davie... Read More

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City Club Hotel

$$ | Midtown West 55 W. 44th St.

Formerly a private political club, this hotel was once a meeting place for debating the hot political topics o... Read More

City Club Hotel

$$ | Midtown West 55 W. 44th St.

Formerly a private political club, this hotel was once a meeting place for debating the hot political topics o... Read More

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James NoMad (Formerly The Carlton Hotel)

$$ | Murray Hill 88 Madison Ave.

Overhauled by The James, this “mindful stay” includes thoughtful touches in-room and in public spaces. Read More

James NoMad (Formerly The Carlton Hotel)

$$ | Murray Hill 88 Madison Ave.

Overhauled by The James, this “mindful stay” includes thoughtful touches in-room and in public spaces. Read More

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The Algonquin

$$$ | Midtown West 59 W. 44th St.

One of Manhattan's most historic properties, the Algonquin is a landmark of literary history. Read More

The Algonquin

$$$ | Midtown West 59 W. 44th St.

One of Manhattan's most historic properties, the Algonquin is a landmark of literary history. Read More

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  • budget

The Cosmopolitan Hotel

$$ | TriBeCa 95 West Broadway

For a bargain room in a great Downtown neighborhood, it’s hard to beat this cost-conscious favorite.... Read More

  • budget

The Cosmopolitan Hotel

$$ | TriBeCa 95 West Broadway

For a bargain room in a great Downtown neighborhood, it’s hard to beat this cost-conscious favorite.... Read More

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  • budget
  • best for nightlife

The Jane

$ | West Village 113 Jane St.

To some, The Jane is impossibly chic; to others, the rooms are reminiscent of Sing Sing. You know, the pris... Read More

  • budget
  • best for nightlife

The Jane

$ | West Village 113 Jane St.

To some, The Jane is impossibly chic; to others, the rooms are reminiscent of Sing Sing. You know, the pris... Read More

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The Roosevelt Hotel

$ | Midtown East 45 E. 45th St.

Named after Teddy, not Franklin, this Midtown icon is just steps from Grand Central and has an ornate lobby... Read More

The Roosevelt Hotel

$ | Midtown East 45 E. 45th St.

Named after Teddy, not Franklin, this Midtown icon is just steps from Grand Central and has an ornate lobby... Read More

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  • budget
  • best for nightlife

Washington Square Hotel

$$ | Greenwich Village 103 Waverly Pl.

Since 1902, this low-key hotel has served as a warm and welcoming base in Greenwich Village. Lots of famous... Read More

  • budget
  • best for nightlife

Washington Square Hotel

$$ | Greenwich Village 103 Waverly Pl.

Since 1902, this low-key hotel has served as a warm and welcoming base in Greenwich Village. Lots of famous... Read More

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