The 8 Best Hotels Near Shopping in New York City

Jessica Colley Clarke | February 22, 2018

If you're going to shop until you drop, you'll want a bed nearby, probably (it's safer). From the sleek designer stores of Madison Avenue, to the independent boutiques of Nolita, these hotels put a density of stores on your doorstep. These are the best hotels for shopping in New York City.


The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel

Why it made the list

Madison Avenue and The Carlyle are synonymous with Upper East Side luxury. Nearby stores include Caroline Herrera, Christian Louboutin, and Missoni.

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Hotel Americano

Why it made the list

Chelsea is for lovers of art on the canvas or off the rack. The streets surrounding Hotel Americano are filled with galleries and the beloved Chelsea Market (with Anthropologie and Posman Books) is nearby.

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The Nolitan Hotel

Why it made the list

Charming Nolita is a big-brand free zone. Here you’ll find only gorgeous shops and unique pieces. Shoppers looking for independent designers will want to stay at The Nolitan, where small boutiques are still thriving.

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SoHo Grand

Why it made the list

You don’t know what you want, but you know it when you see it--does this sound like you, perhaps? If so, then you belong at the SoHo Grand. It’s near a wide assortment of shopping attractions, from vintage shops like What Goes Around Comes Around, to big names like Reiss and 7 For All Mankind.

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Andaz 5th Avenue

Why it made the list

For shopping on 5th Avenue, Andaz 5th Avenue is where you are going to want to say. The big department stores on this famous stretch of Manhattan shopping real estate are all within an easy walk from the hotel.

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Crosby Street Hotel

Why it made the list

If your fashion drugs of choice are clean lines and a classic look, you’ll love SoHo. The Crosby is on the doorstep of the upscale shops lining Spring Street, including Theory, Burberry and Kate Spade. Décor junkies will find similar aesthetics at the nearby the MoMA Design Store.

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The Ludlow

Why it made the list

Live for one-of-a-kind finds (and refusing to tell other people where you got them)? Ludlow, Orchard and Essex streets are where you belong. The Ludlow is at the heart of the boutique shopping on these parallel streets. Take a walk on the sections right outside your door to shop for clothes, jewelry, bags, hats and more.

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The Standard, High Line

Why it made the list

Tory Burch, Ted Baker, Helmut Lang, Diane von Furstenberg--the upscale High Line is right at home surrounded by these chic shops. You’ll find them all in the high end of the Meatpacking District, where discount shops fear to tread.

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