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1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge

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Stepping into the lobby of 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge, designed by New York-based architecture studio INC Architecture & Design, provides a familiar, if not expected feeling in the famously hip borough. Front and center in the soaring space stand the exposed raw concrete beams and rope-wrapped obsidian that make up an installation by local artist Rachel Mica Weiss. Oxidized steel pendant lamps, designed by the property’s landscape architect, Harrison Green, hang from the rafters, against a...

Stepping into the lobby of 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge, designed by New York-based architecture studio INC Architecture & Design, provides a familiar, if not expected feeling in the famously hip borough. Front and center in the soaring space stand the exposed raw concrete beams and rope-wrapped obsidian that make up an...

Stepping into the lobby of 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge, designed by New York-based architecture studio INC Architecture & Design, provides a familiar, if not expected feeling in the famously hip borough. Front and center in the soaring space stand the exposed raw concrete beams and...

Stepping into the lobby of 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge, designed by New York-based architecture studio INC Architecture & Design, provides a familiar, if...

from$350

1 Hotel Central Park

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The 229-room 1 Hotel Central Park on West 58th Street is the second installment in a new dynasty of hotels from Barry Sternlicht of Starwood Hotels + Resorts. The man behind the popular W hotel collection becomes ecologically friendly with the 1. Designed by the New York-based firm AvroKO, known for its James Beard Award-winning work on the Australian-inflected Public, a restaurant in Manhattan, 1 Hotel Central Park is a successful experiment in the mixing of environmentalism and luxury, with...

The 229-room 1 Hotel Central Park on West 58th Street is the second installment in a new dynasty of hotels from Barry Sternlicht of Starwood Hotels + Resorts. The man behind the popular W hotel collection becomes ecologically friendly with the 1. Designed by the New York-based firm AvroKO, known for its James Beard...

The 229-room 1 Hotel Central Park on West 58th Street is the second installment in a new dynasty of hotels from Barry Sternlicht of Starwood Hotels + Resorts. The man behind the popular W hotel collection becomes ecologically friendly with the 1. Designed by the New York-based...

The 229-room 1 Hotel Central Park on West 58th Street is the second installment in a new dynasty of hotels from Barry Sternlicht of Starwood Hotels +...

from$284

11 Howard

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With the help of creative director Anda Andrei and design firm Space Copenhagen, 11 Howard brings Scandinavian minimalism to SoHo, one of New York City’s most stylish neighborhoods. The lobby feels at once grand and elevated, with a muted palette and soaring ceilings, drawing the eye up to a stark Calder mobile. Upstairs, the property’s 221 rooms feature midcentury wooden furnishings, mixed in with metal­-footed beds and contemporary lighting. Bamboo area rugs and oak­-plank floors...

With the help of creative director Anda Andrei and design firm Space Copenhagen, 11 Howard brings Scandinavian minimalism to SoHo, one of New York City’s most stylish neighborhoods. The lobby feels at once grand and elevated, with a muted palette and soaring ceilings, drawing the eye up to a stark Calder mobile.

With the help of creative director Anda Andrei and design firm Space Copenhagen, 11 Howard brings Scandinavian minimalism to SoHo, one of New York City’s most stylish neighborhoods. The lobby feels at once grand and elevated, with a muted palette and soaring ceilings, drawing...

With the help of creative director Anda Andrei and design firm Space Copenhagen, 11 Howard brings Scandinavian minimalism to SoHo, one of New York...

from$306

Ace Hotel New York

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No one defines “downtown cool” like the Ace Hotel. Situated in Midtown New York City, the Ace'’s more reasonable price point and exciting atmosphere combine to make it the ultimate spot for the young creative to stay and hang out. New York-based design outfit Roman + Williams (the same team that did the Standard High Line) employed an unconventional design strategy, layering elements from different styles and time periods against the historic bones of the building. The decor is a fusion of...

No one defines “downtown cool” like the Ace Hotel. Situated in Midtown New York City, the Ace'’s more reasonable price point and exciting atmosphere combine to make it the ultimate spot for the young creative to stay and hang out. New York-based design outfit Roman + Williams (the same team that did the Standard...

No one defines “downtown cool” like the Ace Hotel. Situated in Midtown New York City, the Ace'’s more reasonable price point and exciting atmosphere combine to make it the ultimate spot for the young creative to stay and hang out. New York-based design outfit Roman + Williams...

No one defines “downtown cool” like the Ace Hotel. Situated in Midtown New York City, the Ace'’s more reasonable price point and exciting...

from$179

Arlo NoMad

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The design firm Avroko is best known for bold, sweeping materials and naturalist interiors, from the memorabilia-plastered walls of bar Liquorette to the reclaimed wood of 1 Hotel Central Park. But the firm’s new micro-hotel brand Arlo reveals a more compact, pared-down approach. The 250 abodes, which average 150 square feet a piece, maximize function without sacrificing style. Often, space-saving measures masquerade as design innovations: Concrete-cast vanities cleverly unite bath and...

The design firm Avroko is best known for bold, sweeping materials and naturalist interiors, from the memorabilia-plastered walls of bar Liquorette to the reclaimed wood of 1 Hotel Central Park. But the firm’s new micro-hotel brand Arlo reveals a more compact, pared-down approach. The 250 abodes, which average...

The design firm Avroko is best known for bold, sweeping materials and naturalist interiors, from the memorabilia-plastered walls of bar Liquorette to the reclaimed wood of 1 Hotel Central Park. But the firm’s new micro-hotel brand Arlo reveals a more compact, pared-down...

The design firm Avroko is best known for bold, sweeping materials and naturalist interiors, from the memorabilia-plastered walls of bar Liquorette to...

from$215

Arlo SoHo

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New York apartments are hardly celebrated for their spaciousness; luckily, savvy residents have discovered that with intelligent design, a closet-sized studio can serve as a stylish and functional home. Developers Oleg Pavlov and Seth Schumer of London-based Quadrum Global have applied the same small-living logic to the hotel industry with their debut Manhattan property, Arlo Hudson. The 325 guestrooms are all under 165 square feet, but undeniably well-appointed with clean-lined wooden...

New York apartments are hardly celebrated for their spaciousness; luckily, savvy residents have discovered that with intelligent design, a closet-sized studio can serve as a stylish and functional home. Developers Oleg Pavlov and Seth Schumer of London-based Quadrum Global have applied the same small-living logic to...

New York apartments are hardly celebrated for their spaciousness; luckily, savvy residents have discovered that with intelligent design, a closet-sized studio can serve as a stylish and functional home. Developers Oleg Pavlov and Seth Schumer of London-based Quadrum Global have...

New York apartments are hardly celebrated for their spaciousness; luckily, savvy residents have discovered that with intelligent design, a...

from$199

Baccarat Hotel

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There are luxury hotels, and then there is Baccarat. The centuries-old French crystal maker entered the hospitality industry earlier this year, and it has already left an indelible mark from a pen made of crystal. The lobby wall is lined with 1,800 Baccarat glasses; every room has a different glass entrance; once you’re inside, the glass is in many details, all the way down to toothbrush holders in the guest bathrooms. All in all, there’s an estimated 15,000 pieces in the building, and the...

There are luxury hotels, and then there is Baccarat. The centuries-old French crystal maker entered the hospitality industry earlier this year, and it has already left an indelible mark from a pen made of crystal. The lobby wall is lined with 1,800 Baccarat glasses; every room has a different glass entrance; once...

There are luxury hotels, and then there is Baccarat. The centuries-old French crystal maker entered the hospitality industry earlier this year, and it has already left an indelible mark from a pen made of crystal. The lobby wall is lined with 1,800 Baccarat glasses; every room...

There are luxury hotels, and then there is Baccarat. The centuries-old French crystal maker entered the hospitality industry earlier this year, and...

from$750

Beekman

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Architect Randy Gerner helmed the restoration effort for the Beekman, ensuring every detail was attended to: Bannisters and railings were carefully raised by four inches (to accommodate the increase in average human height), and discontinued tiles were sourced from a fourth-generation tilemaker. It was well worth the effort. The building’s iconic nine-storey atrium and skylight have been lovingly preserved, Victorian wrought-iron banisters and all. Designer Martin Brudnizki envisioned...

Architect Randy Gerner helmed the restoration effort for the Beekman, ensuring every detail was attended to: Bannisters and railings were carefully raised by four inches (to accommodate the increase in average human height), and discontinued tiles were sourced from a fourth-generation tilemaker. It was well worth...

Architect Randy Gerner helmed the restoration effort for the Beekman, ensuring every detail was attended to: Bannisters and railings were carefully raised by four inches (to accommodate the increase in average human height), and discontinued tiles were sourced from a...

Architect Randy Gerner helmed the restoration effort for the Beekman, ensuring every detail was attended to: Bannisters and railings were carefully...

from$449

Bowery

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Hipster Mecca exists, and it’s called the Bowery Hotel. Located on the border of the East Village and the Lower East Side, this factory-style tower heralds gentrification in the notoriously rough neighborhood. For upscale excitement, visitors can venture out to SoHo and TriBeCa, and the famous Nuyorican Poets’ Cafe is a dose of culture only a few blocks away. Doormen clad in old-fashioned red coats—think dapper London style—greet guests passing into the lobby, which radiates a subtly...

Hipster Mecca exists, and it’s called the Bowery Hotel. Located on the border of the East Village and the Lower East Side, this factory-style tower heralds gentrification in the notoriously rough neighborhood. For upscale excitement, visitors can venture out to SoHo and TriBeCa, and the famous Nuyorican Poets’...

Hipster Mecca exists, and it’s called the Bowery Hotel. Located on the border of the East Village and the Lower East Side, this factory-style tower heralds gentrification in the notoriously rough neighborhood. For upscale excitement, visitors can venture out to SoHo and...

Hipster Mecca exists, and it’s called the Bowery Hotel. Located on the border of the East Village and the Lower East Side, this factory-style tower...

from$395

Crosby Street Hotel

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Firmdale’'s only stateside property is located on a quiet cobblestone street in New York City's SoHo. For the Crosby Street Hotel, designer Kit Kemp chose fabrics and materials that create a “fresh contemporary style” in each of the 86 guest rooms across the hotel’s 11 floors.  Starting from the ground up: the drawing room is filled with color and patchwork sofas and features a woodburning fireplace and Vanessa Bell artwork; it opens onto a grand courtyard. The Crosby Bar, with its oak...

Firmdale’'s only stateside property is located on a quiet cobblestone street in New York City's SoHo. For the Crosby Street Hotel, designer Kit Kemp chose fabrics and materials that create a “fresh contemporary style” in each of the 86 guest rooms across the hotel’s 11 floors.  Starting from the ground up: the...

Firmdale’'s only stateside property is located on a quiet cobblestone street in New York City's SoHo. For the Crosby Street Hotel, designer Kit Kemp chose fabrics and materials that create a “fresh contemporary style” in each of the 86 guest rooms across the hotel’s 11...

Firmdale’'s only stateside property is located on a quiet cobblestone street in New York City's SoHo. For the Crosby Street Hotel, designer Kit Kemp...

from$525

Dream Downtown

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From a distance the gleaming Dream Downtown looks like a massive stainless steel cheese grater reflecting Lower Manhattan lights from its prime location at the cross section of the trendy Meatpacking District and Chelsea. Welcome to the ultimate party clubhouse for the style set: On any given night Pretty Young Things roam the street-level lobby in stilettos with Middle Eastern oligarchs and international bankers armed with black cards. The 316 rooms have large porthole-style windows that look...

From a distance the gleaming Dream Downtown looks like a massive stainless steel cheese grater reflecting Lower Manhattan lights from its prime location at the cross section of the trendy Meatpacking District and Chelsea. Welcome to the ultimate party clubhouse for the style set: On any given night Pretty Young Things...

From a distance the gleaming Dream Downtown looks like a massive stainless steel cheese grater reflecting Lower Manhattan lights from its prime location at the cross section of the trendy Meatpacking District and Chelsea. Welcome to the ultimate party clubhouse for the style...

From a distance the gleaming Dream Downtown looks like a massive stainless steel cheese grater reflecting Lower Manhattan lights from its prime...

from$455

Dream Midtown

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Though this Midtown hotel inside a renovated 1895 Beaux-Arts building is called the Dream, you likely won’t be too inspired to fall asleep. This place wastes no time bringing the fantastical to reality. A large pillar in the lobby doubles as an illuminated aquarium, acting as the centerpiece of the otherwise clean design with wood-paneled walls and black tile floors. As if being a stone’s throw from Times Square, Carnegie Hall, and Fifth Avenue weren’t enough, the Dream Hotel includes its...

Though this Midtown hotel inside a renovated 1895 Beaux-Arts building is called the Dream, you likely won’t be too inspired to fall asleep. This place wastes no time bringing the fantastical to reality. A large pillar in the lobby doubles as an illuminated aquarium, acting as the centerpiece of the otherwise clean...

Though this Midtown hotel inside a renovated 1895 Beaux-Arts building is called the Dream, you likely won’t be too inspired to fall asleep. This place wastes no time bringing the fantastical to reality. A large pillar in the lobby doubles as an illuminated aquarium, acting as...

Though this Midtown hotel inside a renovated 1895 Beaux-Arts building is called the Dream, you likely won’t be too inspired to fall asleep. This...

from$195

Four Seasons New York

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The 368 room Four Seasons Hotel in New York City, designed by I.M. Pei (Full review coming soon).

The 368 room Four Seasons Hotel in New York City, designed by I.M. Pei (Full review coming soon).

The 368 room Four Seasons Hotel in New York City, designed by I.M. Pei (Full review coming soon).

The 368 room Four Seasons Hotel in New York City, designed by I.M. Pei (Full review coming soon).

from$795

Gansevoort Meatpacking NYC

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This 186 room Gansevoort Hotel in New York City, designed by Stephen B. Jacobs. (Full review coming soon.)

This 186 room Gansevoort Hotel in New York City, designed by Stephen B. Jacobs. (Full review coming soon.)

This 186 room Gansevoort Hotel in New York City, designed by Stephen B. Jacobs. (Full review coming soon.)

This 186 room Gansevoort Hotel in New York City, designed by Stephen B. Jacobs. (Full review coming soon.)

from$595

Gild Hall

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Modern and manly, Thompson Hotels’ Gild Hall is the place to explore all that the new lower Manhattan has to offer. Tucked away down a quiet cobblestoned side street aptly named Gold Street, Gild Hall is just steps from Wall Street and the newly opened One World Trade, while the rest of the city is a mere subway ride away. While staying here, guests can experience firsthand the Financial District’s exciting comeback. The lobby’s decor is hunting lodge meets gentleman’s club, with a...

Modern and manly, Thompson Hotels’ Gild Hall is the place to explore all that the new lower Manhattan has to offer. Tucked away down a quiet cobblestoned side street aptly named Gold Street, Gild Hall is just steps from Wall Street and the newly opened One World Trade, while the rest of the city is a mere subway...

Modern and manly, Thompson Hotels’ Gild Hall is the place to explore all that the new lower Manhattan has to offer. Tucked away down a quiet cobblestoned side street aptly named Gold Street, Gild Hall is just steps from Wall Street and the newly opened One World Trade, while...

Modern and manly, Thompson Hotels’ Gild Hall is the place to explore all that the new lower Manhattan has to offer. Tucked away down a quiet...

from$296

Gramercy Park Hotel

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In the early aughts, a hospitality super team took this iconic hotel on the edge of Gramercy Park and reinvented it for a new century of bohemian glamour: Artist and filmmaker Julian Schnabel and real estate tycoon and art collector Aby Rosen. The Kennedys once lived on the second floor; Humphrey Bogart held his wedding here—with a grand lobby lined in Moroccan tiles under a sawtooth chandelier acting as the centerpiece. The adjacent Rose Bar is a name-dropper’s dream; on any given night...

In the early aughts, a hospitality super team took this iconic hotel on the edge of Gramercy Park and reinvented it for a new century of bohemian glamour: Artist and filmmaker Julian Schnabel and real estate tycoon and art collector Aby Rosen. The Kennedys once lived on the second floor; Humphrey Bogart held his...

In the early aughts, a hospitality super team took this iconic hotel on the edge of Gramercy Park and reinvented it for a new century of bohemian glamour: Artist and filmmaker Julian Schnabel and real estate tycoon and art collector Aby Rosen. The Kennedys once lived on the...

In the early aughts, a hospitality super team took this iconic hotel on the edge of Gramercy Park and reinvented it for a new century of bohemian...

from$299

Hotel 48LEX New York

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A private-club feel permeates the Hotel 48LEX, set in a building by local architect Nobutaka Ashihara, smack in the middle of New York’s bustling East Side. The boutique hotel has 116 spacious, apartment-like rooms and suites (studios even boast terraces) crafted by New Jersey-based interior design firm VLDG. Marked by a crisp gray-and-white color scheme and pops of bright color, the put-together vibe is further accentuated with floor-to-ceiling windows and marble baths with glass-walled...

A private-club feel permeates the Hotel 48LEX, set in a building by local architect Nobutaka Ashihara, smack in the middle of New York’s bustling East Side. The boutique hotel has 116 spacious, apartment-like rooms and suites (studios even boast terraces) crafted by New Jersey-based interior design firm VLDG. Marked...

A private-club feel permeates the Hotel 48LEX, set in a building by local architect Nobutaka Ashihara, smack in the middle of New York’s bustling East Side. The boutique hotel has 116 spacious, apartment-like rooms and suites (studios even boast terraces) crafted by New...

A private-club feel permeates the Hotel 48LEX, set in a building by local architect Nobutaka Ashihara, smack in the middle of New York’s bustling...

from$299

Hotel Americano

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Hôtel Americano, a posh hotel in far-west Chelsea, blends varying minimalist styles. Though it can’t be missed with its perforated metal exterior, this steel-and-concrete giant blends right in among the art galleries and repurposed High Line. The rooftop bar is just as enticing as the rest of the hotel. Including a grill, pool, and cushy daybeds, not to mention an unparalleled view, this hangout makes for the perfect luxe lounge. Guests can savor Latin-twisted French cuisine in the sleek...

Hôtel Americano, a posh hotel in far-west Chelsea, blends varying minimalist styles. Though it can’t be missed with its perforated metal exterior, this steel-and-concrete giant blends right in among the art galleries and repurposed High Line. The rooftop bar is just as enticing as the rest of the hotel. Including a...

Hôtel Americano, a posh hotel in far-west Chelsea, blends varying minimalist styles. Though it can’t be missed with its perforated metal exterior, this steel-and-concrete giant blends right in among the art galleries and repurposed High Line. The rooftop bar is just as...

Hôtel Americano, a posh hotel in far-west Chelsea, blends varying minimalist styles. Though it can’t be missed with its perforated metal exterior...

from$275

Hotel Hugo

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While tourists flood the retail flagships on nearby Broadway, the style crowd has migrated to the western fringe of Soho, which is fast emerging as one of lower Manhattan’s most attractive neighborhoods thanks to a crop of new hotels. Case in point: Hotel Hugo, an industrial-style arrival designed by L.A. architect Marcello Pozzi. Taking nods from the area’s fashion showrooms, the 122 rooms resemble nautical-tinged lofts with natural light, lacquered wooden headboards, and bespoke wooden...

While tourists flood the retail flagships on nearby Broadway, the style crowd has migrated to the western fringe of Soho, which is fast emerging as one of lower Manhattan’s most attractive neighborhoods thanks to a crop of new hotels. Case in point: Hotel Hugo, an industrial-style arrival designed by L.A. architect...

While tourists flood the retail flagships on nearby Broadway, the style crowd has migrated to the western fringe of Soho, which is fast emerging as one of lower Manhattan’s most attractive neighborhoods thanks to a crop of new hotels. Case in point: Hotel Hugo, an...

While tourists flood the retail flagships on nearby Broadway, the style crowd has migrated to the western fringe of Soho, which is fast emerging as...

from$263

Hotel On Rivington

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All of New York’s neighborhoods reveal deep, interesting roots. But the Lower East Side exemplifies the city’s profound immigrant culture—even if an increasing number of onetime tenement buildings have now made way for glossy high-rises. One such glass tower is home to the Hotel on Rivington, the hotspot designed by New York firm Grzywinski + Pons, which has long signaled the Lower East Side’s transformation from gritty field of dreams into stylish epicenter. Here, floor-to-ceiling...

All of New York’s neighborhoods reveal deep, interesting roots. But the Lower East Side exemplifies the city’s profound immigrant culture—even if an increasing number of onetime tenement buildings have now made way for glossy high-rises. One such glass tower is home to the Hotel on Rivington, the hotspot...

All of New York’s neighborhoods reveal deep, interesting roots. But the Lower East Side exemplifies the city’s profound immigrant culture—even if an increasing number of onetime tenement buildings have now made way for glossy high-rises. One such glass tower is home to the...

All of New York’s neighborhoods reveal deep, interesting roots. But the Lower East Side exemplifies the city’s profound immigrant culture—even...

from$293

Hudson Hotel

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Properties like the Hudson New York helped create the now-timeless concept of the boutique hotel. Although notorious for the diminutive dimensions of most of its 876 rooms, the design, courtesy of Philippe Starck, merits attention even years after its debut. The escalator, shrouded in a Jetsons-like glass tunnel, is how one ascends to the lobby, where, as a classic contrast, ivy clings to brick walls. The petite rooms, which take cues from ship cabins, feature makore-wood walls and lamps made...

Properties like the Hudson New York helped create the now-timeless concept of the boutique hotel. Although notorious for the diminutive dimensions of most of its 876 rooms, the design, courtesy of Philippe Starck, merits attention even years after its debut. The escalator, shrouded in a Jetsons-like glass tunnel, is...

Properties like the Hudson New York helped create the now-timeless concept of the boutique hotel. Although notorious for the diminutive dimensions of most of its 876 rooms, the design, courtesy of Philippe Starck, merits attention even years after its debut. The escalator...

Properties like the Hudson New York helped create the now-timeless concept of the boutique hotel. Although notorious for the diminutive dimensions of...

from$135

Langham place

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Langham Place, New York is a peaceful haven along the bustling corridor of Fifth Avenue, between the iconic Empire State Building and leafy Bryant Park. Set in a soaring limestone tower are 214 calming guestrooms appointed with Italian walnut wardrobes and Swedish Duxana beds. Floor-to-ceiling windows let in ample light and marble bathrooms with rainfall showers and deep-soaking tubs offer a more personal retreat. As part of an update by local firm Meyer Davis, hotel spaces public and private...

Langham Place, New York is a peaceful haven along the bustling corridor of Fifth Avenue, between the iconic Empire State Building and leafy Bryant Park. Set in a soaring limestone tower are 214 calming guestrooms appointed with Italian walnut wardrobes and Swedish Duxana beds. Floor-to-ceiling windows let in ample...

Langham Place, New York is a peaceful haven along the bustling corridor of Fifth Avenue, between the iconic Empire State Building and leafy Bryant Park. Set in a soaring limestone tower are 214 calming guestrooms appointed with Italian walnut wardrobes and Swedish Duxana beds.

Langham Place, New York is a peaceful haven along the bustling corridor of Fifth Avenue, between the iconic Empire State Building and leafy Bryant...

from$655

Marmara Park Avenue

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The Turkish hotel group’s New York flagship is set inside a 1927 building just off Park Avenue in Murray Hill. The 128 rooms appeal to the fashion and design crowds with a focus on long stays, and are the work of artist and designer Joe Ginsberg, who meticulously retrofitted the interiors. Guests enter through a Beaux-Arts-style faceted steel vestibule into the lobby, which is awash in Carrara marble, hand-blown glass, and an oversized canvas next to an abacus of suspended bird sculptures by...

The Turkish hotel group’s New York flagship is set inside a 1927 building just off Park Avenue in Murray Hill. The 128 rooms appeal to the fashion and design crowds with a focus on long stays, and are the work of artist and designer Joe Ginsberg, who meticulously retrofitted the interiors. Guests enter through a...

The Turkish hotel group’s New York flagship is set inside a 1927 building just off Park Avenue in Murray Hill. The 128 rooms appeal to the fashion and design crowds with a focus on long stays, and are the work of artist and designer Joe Ginsberg, who meticulously retrofitted...

The Turkish hotel group’s New York flagship is set inside a 1927 building just off Park Avenue in Murray Hill. The 128 rooms appeal to the fashion...

from$359

McCarren Hotel & Pool

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In the ever-popular Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn is the laid-back McCarren Hotel and Pool. The hotel’s 64 minimalist guestrooms feature glass-enclosed rain showers, Frette Linens, and views of the either the namesake pool or McCarren Park. The big draw for this boutique property is the heated outdoor swimming pool, among the largest in New York City, with 4,800 square feet of deck space flanked by colorful murals and inviting chaise lounges. The hotel’s other outdoor space, the...

In the ever-popular Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn is the laid-back McCarren Hotel and Pool. The hotel’s 64 minimalist guestrooms feature glass-enclosed rain showers, Frette Linens, and views of the either the namesake pool or McCarren Park. The big draw for this boutique property is the heated outdoor...

In the ever-popular Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn is the laid-back McCarren Hotel and Pool. The hotel’s 64 minimalist guestrooms feature glass-enclosed rain showers, Frette Linens, and views of the either the namesake pool or McCarren Park. The big draw for this...

In the ever-popular Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn is the laid-back McCarren Hotel and Pool. The hotel’s 64 minimalist guestrooms feature...

from$319

Morgans Hotel

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The 111 room Morgans Hotel in New York City designed by Andree Putman. (Full review coming soon).

The 111 room Morgans Hotel in New York City designed by Andree Putman. (Full review coming soon).

The 111 room Morgans Hotel in New York City designed by Andree Putman. (Full review coming soon).

The 111 room Morgans Hotel in New York City designed by Andree Putman. (Full review coming soon).

from$195

NOMO Soho (fka Mondrian)

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Beyond picturesque gates, the Mondrian Soho, on the border of New York’s Chinatown and SoHo, exemplified the chic downtown boutique hotel. Now the property has found new life as the indie NOMO Soho (NOMO stands for the apt descriptors nostalgic and modern, by the way). The name change thankfully preserves Benjamin Noriega Ortiz’s vivid, theatrical design based on Jean Cocteau’s 1946 film, La Belle et la Bête. The 263 guestrooms are bright and airy (especially the VIP King Balcony suite)...

Beyond picturesque gates, the Mondrian Soho, on the border of New York’s Chinatown and SoHo, exemplified the chic downtown boutique hotel. Now the property has found new life as the indie NOMO Soho (NOMO stands for the apt descriptors nostalgic and modern, by the way). The name change thankfully preserves Benjamin...

Beyond picturesque gates, the Mondrian Soho, on the border of New York’s Chinatown and SoHo, exemplified the chic downtown boutique hotel. Now the property has found new life as the indie NOMO Soho (NOMO stands for the apt descriptors nostalgic and modern, by the way). The...

Beyond picturesque gates, the Mondrian Soho, on the border of New York’s Chinatown and SoHo, exemplified the chic downtown boutique hotel. Now the...

from$261

Nu Hotel

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Brooklyn has become a travel destination in its own right, and Nu Hotel is very well-positioned to welcome its visitors. The 93-key boutique property, a first for Downtown Brooklyn, is nestled between two of Brooklyn’s most stylish neighborhoods: Brooklyn Heights and Cobble Hill. By design, the hotel celebrates its location. Several rooms boast custom murals by Brooklyn-based artists, often of the borough itself—see Steven Weinberg’s rows of black and white brownstones, or Edward...

Brooklyn has become a travel destination in its own right, and Nu Hotel is very well-positioned to welcome its visitors. The 93-key boutique property, a first for Downtown Brooklyn, is nestled between two of Brooklyn’s most stylish neighborhoods: Brooklyn Heights and Cobble Hill. By design, the hotel...

Brooklyn has become a travel destination in its own right, and Nu Hotel is very well-positioned to welcome its visitors. The 93-key boutique property, a first for Downtown Brooklyn, is nestled between two of Brooklyn’s most stylish neighborhoods: Brooklyn Heights and Cobble...

Brooklyn has become a travel destination in its own right, and Nu Hotel is very well-positioned to welcome its visitors. The 93-key boutique...

from$179

Paramount Hotel

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The 597 room Paramount Hotel in New York City, designed by Tomas W. Lamb.

The 597 room Paramount Hotel in New York City, designed by Tomas W. Lamb.

The 597 room Paramount Hotel in New York City, designed by Tomas W. Lamb.

The 597 room Paramount Hotel in New York City, designed by Tomas W. Lamb.

from$206

Park Hyatt New York

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Skyscrapers are a dime a dozen in New York, yet Midtown’s 90-story One57, from the Pritzker Prize-winning architect Christian de Portzamparc, was viewed with intrigue and anticipation long before it made its arrival. It is in this very building where the equally can’t-wait-for-it-to-open Park Hyatt New York made its debut on the first 25 floors. Flaunting design by New York- and Toronto-based firm Yabu Pushelberg, it has 210 guestrooms inspired by tony Upper East Side dwellings, with...

Skyscrapers are a dime a dozen in New York, yet Midtown’s 90-story One57, from the Pritzker Prize-winning architect Christian de Portzamparc, was viewed with intrigue and anticipation long before it made its arrival. It is in this very building where the equally can’t-wait-for-it-to-open Park Hyatt New York made...

Skyscrapers are a dime a dozen in New York, yet Midtown’s 90-story One57, from the Pritzker Prize-winning architect Christian de Portzamparc, was viewed with intrigue and anticipation long before it made its arrival. It is in this very building where the equally...

Skyscrapers are a dime a dozen in New York, yet Midtown’s 90-story One57, from the Pritzker Prize-winning architect Christian de Portzamparc, was...

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Room Mate Hotel Grace

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In a design climate dominated by Scandinavian- and Japanese-inspired minimalism, Lorenzo Castillo’s brand of European embellishment stands out. For the 139-room Hotel Grace, the Manhattan outpost of Spanish brand Room Mate, Castillo dreamed up a riotous décor worthy of its location, a block from Times Square. The interior spaces are a grandiose mix of Baroque-inspired wallpaper in geometric and floral prints, boldly patterned rugs and textiles, and tufted armchairs. Black and gold are the...

In a design climate dominated by Scandinavian- and Japanese-inspired minimalism, Lorenzo Castillo’s brand of European embellishment stands out. For the 139-room Hotel Grace, the Manhattan outpost of Spanish brand Room Mate, Castillo dreamed up a riotous décor worthy of its location, a block from Times Square. The...

In a design climate dominated by Scandinavian- and Japanese-inspired minimalism, Lorenzo Castillo’s brand of European embellishment stands out. For the 139-room Hotel Grace, the Manhattan outpost of Spanish brand Room Mate, Castillo dreamed up a riotous décor worthy of its...

In a design climate dominated by Scandinavian- and Japanese-inspired minimalism, Lorenzo Castillo’s brand of European embellishment stands out. For...

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Royalton Hotel

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When the Royalton New York first opened its doors in 1988, boutique properties were few and far between in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, a several-block radius formerly reserved for briefcase-toting corporate types and and a surplus of Times Square tourists. Thirty years later, under the direction of soho-based interior design firm-of-the-moment Roman and Williams and designer Charlotte Macau, the hotel is restored to its rightful place at the forefront of trend-setting boutique properties.

When the Royalton New York first opened its doors in 1988, boutique properties were few and far between in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, a several-block radius formerly reserved for briefcase-toting corporate types and and a surplus of Times Square tourists. Thirty years later, under the direction of soho-based...

When the Royalton New York first opened its doors in 1988, boutique properties were few and far between in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, a several-block radius formerly reserved for briefcase-toting corporate types and and a surplus of Times Square tourists. Thirty years...

When the Royalton New York first opened its doors in 1988, boutique properties were few and far between in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, a...

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Royalton Park Avenue Hotel

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The royalton park avenue offers downtown edge with an uptown sensibility boasting 249 luxury rooms and remarkable suites most with lofty ceilings juliet balconies and five fixture bathrooms the property perched on the corner of 29th street and park avenue couldnt be more centrally located a three story atrium lobby showcases striking herringbone granite floors an oversized fireplace and dramatic aubergine chandeliers in addition to our signature rooftop pool ideal for sunbathing and cityescape...

The royalton park avenue offers downtown edge with an uptown sensibility boasting 249 luxury rooms and remarkable suites most with lofty ceilings juliet balconies and five fixture bathrooms the property perched on the corner of 29th street and park avenue couldnt be more centrally located a three story atrium lobby...

The royalton park avenue offers downtown edge with an uptown sensibility boasting 249 luxury rooms and remarkable suites most with lofty ceilings juliet balconies and five fixture bathrooms the property perched on the corner of 29th street and park avenue couldnt be more...

The royalton park avenue offers downtown edge with an uptown sensibility boasting 249 luxury rooms and remarkable suites most with lofty ceilings...

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Sago Hotel

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Design and architecture firm Grzywinski and Pons has quietly made its mark on New York City’s boutique hotel scene, racking up four notable projects in Manhattan and one in Queens. Their latest project is Sago Hotel, a contemporary 20-room stay in the heart of the Lower East Side. By design, this urban property embraces the industrial tone of the neighborhood. The facade, for example, is composed of coal-fired brick, laid to encircle openings lined in slabs of sharp-edged steel. Visually, the...

Design and architecture firm Grzywinski and Pons has quietly made its mark on New York City’s boutique hotel scene, racking up four notable projects in Manhattan and one in Queens. Their latest project is Sago Hotel, a contemporary 20-room stay in the heart of the Lower East Side. By design, this urban property...

Design and architecture firm Grzywinski and Pons has quietly made its mark on New York City’s boutique hotel scene, racking up four notable projects in Manhattan and one in Queens. Their latest project is Sago Hotel, a contemporary 20-room stay in the heart of the Lower East...

Design and architecture firm Grzywinski and Pons has quietly made its mark on New York City’s boutique hotel scene, racking up four notable...

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Six Columbus

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Jason Pomeranc, the hotelier often credited with spawning lifestyle-inspired stays at Thompson Hotels, has instilled the same spirit at his spinoff portfolio Sixty. The Columbus Circle outpost feels like an interloper on the staid Upper West Side, which draws more theater and performance art fans than it does downtown cool kids. Local designer Steven Sclarof is behind the stylish throwback, appointing the 88 rooms with retro touches like Saarinen-style side tables, blue-tiled bathrooms, and mod...

Jason Pomeranc, the hotelier often credited with spawning lifestyle-inspired stays at Thompson Hotels, has instilled the same spirit at his spinoff portfolio Sixty. The Columbus Circle outpost feels like an interloper on the staid Upper West Side, which draws more theater and performance art fans than it does downtown...

Jason Pomeranc, the hotelier often credited with spawning lifestyle-inspired stays at Thompson Hotels, has instilled the same spirit at his spinoff portfolio Sixty. The Columbus Circle outpost feels like an interloper on the staid Upper West Side, which draws more theater and...

Jason Pomeranc, the hotelier often credited with spawning lifestyle-inspired stays at Thompson Hotels, has instilled the same spirit at his spinoff...

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Sixty LES

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Proving that the Lower East Side is one of New York’s most fashionable neighborhoods is the SIXTY LES, part of a growing collection of boutique hotels in the area. The property’s 141 rooms are arresting, with floor-to-ceiling windows, black-mirrored walls, and slate showers hidden behind frosted glass. Some suites, curated by “design guru” Jim Walrod, even offer skyline views from private balconies or terraces. Sferra linens and Frette robes are, of course, posh touches, but what makes...

Proving that the Lower East Side is one of New York’s most fashionable neighborhoods is the SIXTY LES, part of a growing collection of boutique hotels in the area. The property’s 141 rooms are arresting, with floor-to-ceiling windows, black-mirrored walls, and slate showers hidden behind frosted glass. Some...

Proving that the Lower East Side is one of New York’s most fashionable neighborhoods is the SIXTY LES, part of a growing collection of boutique hotels in the area. The property’s 141 rooms are arresting, with floor-to-ceiling windows, black-mirrored walls, and slate showers...

Proving that the Lower East Side is one of New York’s most fashionable neighborhoods is the SIXTY LES, part of a growing collection of boutique...

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Sixty Soho

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Finally there’s a hotel that’s hip without being in your face. Comfortably situated in the posh SoHo neighborhood, Sixty Soho (formerly the 60 Thompson) has a trendy vibe, courtesy of a renovation by London-based designer Tara Bernerd and its location in a hub of all things high-end, from art galleries to luxury fashion boutiques. Headed by chef Jordan Frosolone, the hotel’s aptly named restaurant, Sessanta, serves up coastal Italian and Sicilian cuisine. The Gordon Bar specializes in...

Finally there’s a hotel that’s hip without being in your face. Comfortably situated in the posh SoHo neighborhood, Sixty Soho (formerly the 60 Thompson) has a trendy vibe, courtesy of a renovation by London-based designer Tara Bernerd and its location in a hub of all things high-end, from art galleries to luxury...

Finally there’s a hotel that’s hip without being in your face. Comfortably situated in the posh SoHo neighborhood, Sixty Soho (formerly the 60 Thompson) has a trendy vibe, courtesy of a renovation by London-based designer Tara Bernerd and its location in a hub of all things...

Finally there’s a hotel that’s hip without being in your face. Comfortably situated in the posh SoHo neighborhood, Sixty Soho (formerly the 60...

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Smyth Tribeca

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When the Tribeca Film Festival unfolds in the downtown New York neighborhood of the same name, the area’s hotels, restaurants, and bars are abuzz with reveling cinephiles. However, that sense of contagious energy is palpable every night of the year at the Smyth, part of the Thompson Hotels collection. Power chef Andrew Carmellini decided to expand his restaurant empire here with the seasonally minded Little Park and dark, dreamy Evening Bar, and locals have poured in swooning over the food...

When the Tribeca Film Festival unfolds in the downtown New York neighborhood of the same name, the area’s hotels, restaurants, and bars are abuzz with reveling cinephiles. However, that sense of contagious energy is palpable every night of the year at the Smyth, part of the Thompson Hotels collection. Power chef...

When the Tribeca Film Festival unfolds in the downtown New York neighborhood of the same name, the area’s hotels, restaurants, and bars are abuzz with reveling cinephiles. However, that sense of contagious energy is palpable every night of the year at the Smyth, part of the...

When the Tribeca Film Festival unfolds in the downtown New York neighborhood of the same name, the area’s hotels, restaurants, and bars are abuzz...

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Soho Grand Hotel

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The SoHo Grand Hotel is a monument in New York City’s SoHo neighborhood, for all that it is today and all that it has been in the past. Its banded brick facade and understated wrought-iron awning, designed by Helpern Architects, allude to the neighborhood’s architectural lineage. Inside, interior designer Bill Sofield juxtaposed gilded age details—masonry columns, cast-iron detailing—with an art collection curated by New York photographer Andrea Stern. The collection ranges from...

The SoHo Grand Hotel is a monument in New York City’s SoHo neighborhood, for all that it is today and all that it has been in the past. Its banded brick facade and understated wrought-iron awning, designed by Helpern Architects, allude to the neighborhood’s architectural lineage. Inside, interior designer Bill...

The SoHo Grand Hotel is a monument in New York City’s SoHo neighborhood, for all that it is today and all that it has been in the past. Its banded brick facade and understated wrought-iron awning, designed by Helpern Architects, allude to the neighborhood’s architectural...

The SoHo Grand Hotel is a monument in New York City’s SoHo neighborhood, for all that it is today and all that it has been in the past. Its banded...

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The Bryant Park Hotel

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Fashion and film types have loved the Bryant Park Hotel ever since it opened in New York’s Midtown in 2001. Adjacent to the lovely Bryant Park, the hotel is housed in one of the city’s most groundbreaking buildings, which architect Raymond Hood designed as the headquarters for the American Radiator Company in 1924. The black-and-gold masterpiece, a Gothic-Art Deco mash-up, is a stunning example of early Modernism. The avant-garde look carries through inside as well. While the lobby mixes...

Fashion and film types have loved the Bryant Park Hotel ever since it opened in New York’s Midtown in 2001. Adjacent to the lovely Bryant Park, the hotel is housed in one of the city’s most groundbreaking buildings, which architect Raymond Hood designed as the headquarters for the American Radiator Company in...

Fashion and film types have loved the Bryant Park Hotel ever since it opened in New York’s Midtown in 2001. Adjacent to the lovely Bryant Park, the hotel is housed in one of the city’s most groundbreaking buildings, which architect Raymond Hood designed as the headquarters...

Fashion and film types have loved the Bryant Park Hotel ever since it opened in New York’s Midtown in 2001. Adjacent to the lovely Bryant Park, the...

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The Chatwal

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In 1905 the Lambs Club, the country’s first professional theater organization, convened at a beautiful building designed by prominent architect Stanford White. This clubhouse has now been transformed, courtesy of New York designer Thierry Despont, into the Chatwal. Close to Broadway and Fifth Avenue shopping, the elegant Midtown property is an Art Deco-inspired ode to the golden age of travel. The 76 rooms are decked out with suede-covered walls and leather-wrapped closets, desks, and...

In 1905 the Lambs Club, the country’s first professional theater organization, convened at a beautiful building designed by prominent architect Stanford White. This clubhouse has now been transformed, courtesy of New York designer Thierry Despont, into the Chatwal. Close to Broadway and Fifth Avenue shopping, the...

In 1905 the Lambs Club, the country’s first professional theater organization, convened at a beautiful building designed by prominent architect Stanford White. This clubhouse has now been transformed, courtesy of New York designer Thierry Despont, into the Chatwal. Close to...

In 1905 the Lambs Club, the country’s first professional theater organization, convened at a beautiful building designed by prominent architect...

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The Greenwich Hotel

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Robert De Niro’s Greenwich Hotel is the most elegant pile of bricks in TriBeCa. Behind the red brick exterior, Grayling Design has crafted a rustic, old-world atmosphere that doesn’t skimp in the slightest on luxury and has etched its style into the finest details. The lounge has a deceptively luxe quality thanks to the eclectic, mismatched furniture, made homey by the stone fireplace and mantelpiece, festooned with candles and knickknacks. Its charming homeyness only lasts as long as...

Robert De Niro’s Greenwich Hotel is the most elegant pile of bricks in TriBeCa. Behind the red brick exterior, Grayling Design has crafted a rustic, old-world atmosphere that doesn’t skimp in the slightest on luxury and has etched its style into the finest details. The lounge has a deceptively luxe quality thanks...

Robert De Niro’s Greenwich Hotel is the most elegant pile of bricks in TriBeCa. Behind the red brick exterior, Grayling Design has crafted a rustic, old-world atmosphere that doesn’t skimp in the slightest on luxury and has etched its style into the finest details. The...

Robert De Niro’s Greenwich Hotel is the most elegant pile of bricks in TriBeCa. Behind the red brick exterior, Grayling Design has crafted a...

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The High Line Hotel

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The past is alive and well at the vintage High Line Hotel. Situated in Chelsea, this boutique hotel exudes anachronistic charm from every crevice of its red-brick front. Interior-design team Roman and Williams have transformed this Gothic former seminary into a beautiful nostalgia trip. The lobby radiates old-fashioned romance, evident in the typewriter sitting before the couch and the mounted deer head on an exposed-brick wall. Black steel support beams nod to the nearby eponymous park. Guests...

The past is alive and well at the vintage High Line Hotel. Situated in Chelsea, this boutique hotel exudes anachronistic charm from every crevice of its red-brick front. Interior-design team Roman and Williams have transformed this Gothic former seminary into a beautiful nostalgia trip. The lobby radiates...

The past is alive and well at the vintage High Line Hotel. Situated in Chelsea, this boutique hotel exudes anachronistic charm from every crevice of its red-brick front. Interior-design team Roman and Williams have transformed this Gothic former seminary into a beautiful...

The past is alive and well at the vintage High Line Hotel. Situated in Chelsea, this boutique hotel exudes anachronistic charm from every crevice of...

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The James - SoHo

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At the crossroads of SoHo and TriBeCa, the James New York adds a bit of nature to the big city. Inside the 18-story concrete mass, luxurious and natural elements coexist in the same space. The second-floor sky lobby lets in light and street views through a two-story glass wall. Your experience starts off with complimentary pastry from Balthazar Bakery and a cup of La Colombe coffee. In the rooms, guests are treated to triple-distilled water, an environmentally friendly choice over bottled...

At the crossroads of SoHo and TriBeCa, the James New York adds a bit of nature to the big city. Inside the 18-story concrete mass, luxurious and natural elements coexist in the same space. The second-floor sky lobby lets in light and street views through a two-story glass wall. Your experience starts off with...

At the crossroads of SoHo and TriBeCa, the James New York adds a bit of nature to the big city. Inside the 18-story concrete mass, luxurious and natural elements coexist in the same space. The second-floor sky lobby lets in light and street views through a two-story glass wall.

At the crossroads of SoHo and TriBeCa, the James New York adds a bit of nature to the big city. Inside the 18-story concrete mass, luxurious and...

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The Knickerbocker

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Award-winning chef, michelin-starred restaurateur, hotelier and author, charlie palmer is renowned for his farm-fresh progressive american cuisine. spearheading the knickerbockers entire culinary program, he has created the hotels signature honest american cuisine inspired by the same principles. with over three decades of experience, he is regarded as one of the first adapters of the farm over factory food philosophy, an approach that has earned the success of his hospitality group empire...

Award-winning chef, michelin-starred restaurateur, hotelier and author, charlie palmer is renowned for his farm-fresh progressive american cuisine. spearheading the knickerbockers entire culinary program, he has created the hotels signature honest american cuisine inspired by the same principles. with over three...

Award-winning chef, michelin-starred restaurateur, hotelier and author, charlie palmer is renowned for his farm-fresh progressive american cuisine. spearheading the knickerbockers entire culinary program, he has created the hotels signature honest american cuisine inspired by...

Award-winning chef, michelin-starred restaurateur, hotelier and author, charlie palmer is renowned for his farm-fresh progressive american cuisine.

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The London NYC

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The London NYC first catapulted to fame as the home of provocative British chef Gordon Ramsay’s Maze. Although the restaurant has now shuttered, the 561-room hotel remains a swish Midtown reprieve. The lobby in particular impresses, thoughtfully laid out in travertine stone and graced by a hand-stitched silk map of New York landmark Central Park. The suites are all soothing, featuring warm blues and neutral hues buoyed by commodious desks, Italian cotton linens and hand-woven throws. In the...

The London NYC first catapulted to fame as the home of provocative British chef Gordon Ramsay’s Maze. Although the restaurant has now shuttered, the 561-room hotel remains a swish Midtown reprieve. The lobby in particular impresses, thoughtfully laid out in travertine stone and graced by a hand-stitched silk map of...

The London NYC first catapulted to fame as the home of provocative British chef Gordon Ramsay’s Maze. Although the restaurant has now shuttered, the 561-room hotel remains a swish Midtown reprieve. The lobby in particular impresses, thoughtfully laid out in travertine stone...

The London NYC first catapulted to fame as the home of provocative British chef Gordon Ramsay’s Maze. Although the restaurant has now shuttered...

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The Ludlow Hotel

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Sean MacPherson has a knack for crafting hotels that manage to appear simultaneously contemporary and timeless. After success with New York hotels such as the Bowery, the Marlton, the Maritime, and the Jane, he set his sights on the Lower East Side and opened the Ludlow, a rock 'n' roll-inspired hotel. The 184-room property features the well-crafted, old-fashioned details for which the hotelier is known, including casement windows and marble mosaic floors. The penthouse, on the 17th floor, is a...

Sean MacPherson has a knack for crafting hotels that manage to appear simultaneously contemporary and timeless. After success with New York hotels such as the Bowery, the Marlton, the Maritime, and the Jane, he set his sights on the Lower East Side and opened the Ludlow, a rock 'n' roll-inspired hotel. The 184-room...

Sean MacPherson has a knack for crafting hotels that manage to appear simultaneously contemporary and timeless. After success with New York hotels such as the Bowery, the Marlton, the Maritime, and the Jane, he set his sights on the Lower East Side and opened the Ludlow, a rock...

Sean MacPherson has a knack for crafting hotels that manage to appear simultaneously contemporary and timeless. After success with New York hotels...

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The Mark

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An Upper East Side staple housed in a 1927 building, the Mark Hotel offers a sampling of New York luxury. What the hotel refers to as the “Mark Experience” provides guests with access to the best the city has to offer, including the hotel’s own Frederic Fekkai Salon, an in-house fitness expert, and round-the-clock access to Bergdorf Goodman (yes, that means guests can go shopping in the middle of the night). Redone in 2009 by Jacques Grange, the hotel that was previously known for its Art...

An Upper East Side staple housed in a 1927 building, the Mark Hotel offers a sampling of New York luxury. What the hotel refers to as the “Mark Experience” provides guests with access to the best the city has to offer, including the hotel’s own Frederic Fekkai Salon, an in-house fitness expert, and...

An Upper East Side staple housed in a 1927 building, the Mark Hotel offers a sampling of New York luxury. What the hotel refers to as the “Mark Experience” provides guests with access to the best the city has to offer, including the hotel’s own Frederic Fekkai Salon, an...

An Upper East Side staple housed in a 1927 building, the Mark Hotel offers a sampling of New York luxury. What the hotel refers to as the “Mark...

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The Mercer Hotel

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So many hotels in New York prove to be mere flashes in the pan. How refreshing, then, to see that the Mercer Hotel, which helped define the vibrant boutique concept, continues to thrive. This SoHo icon from Andre Balazs—sister property to West Hollywood’s Chateau Marmont and London’s Chiltern Firehouse—is set in a Romanesque Revival building. Arguably the city’s first loft-style accommodations, it has a decidedly industrial feel, with exposed brickwork, high ceilings, iron columns...

So many hotels in New York prove to be mere flashes in the pan. How refreshing, then, to see that the Mercer Hotel, which helped define the vibrant boutique concept, continues to thrive. This SoHo icon from Andre Balazs—sister property to West Hollywood’s Chateau Marmont and London’s Chiltern Firehouse—is set...

So many hotels in New York prove to be mere flashes in the pan. How refreshing, then, to see that the Mercer Hotel, which helped define the vibrant boutique concept, continues to thrive. This SoHo icon from Andre Balazs—sister property to West Hollywood’s Chateau Marmont and...

So many hotels in New York prove to be mere flashes in the pan. How refreshing, then, to see that the Mercer Hotel, which helped define the vibrant...

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The New York EDITION

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In 1909, employees of New York’s Metropolitan Life Insurance Company began reporting for work in a shiny new 41-story clock tower. Those historic headquarters have now evolved into the New York Edition, the latest outpost of Ian Schrager’s luxury brand. Designed by local powerhouse the Rockwell Group, the 273-room property has a residential air, melding materials like steel and dark oak. In the lobby bar, bottles are illuminated against a backdrop of amber glass, while the helix staircase...

In 1909, employees of New York’s Metropolitan Life Insurance Company began reporting for work in a shiny new 41-story clock tower. Those historic headquarters have now evolved into the New York Edition, the latest outpost of Ian Schrager’s luxury brand. Designed by local powerhouse the Rockwell Group, the 273-room...

In 1909, employees of New York’s Metropolitan Life Insurance Company began reporting for work in a shiny new 41-story clock tower. Those historic headquarters have now evolved into the New York Edition, the latest outpost of Ian Schrager’s luxury brand. Designed by local...

In 1909, employees of New York’s Metropolitan Life Insurance Company began reporting for work in a shiny new 41-story clock tower. Those historic...

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The NoMad Hotel

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The lived-in vibe at the Nomad Hotel is fit for travelers seeking a home away from home. Set in a Beaux-Arts mansion, the 168-room hotel was redone by French designer Jacques Garcia, who found inspiration in his childhood home. Rooms and suites are filled with custom-designed furnishings, leather headboards, mahogany French writing desks, freestanding claw-foot tubs, and tattered handmade vintage Heriz rugs. The restaurant is helmed by restaurateur Will Guidara and chef Daniel Humm—of Eleven...

The lived-in vibe at the Nomad Hotel is fit for travelers seeking a home away from home. Set in a Beaux-Arts mansion, the 168-room hotel was redone by French designer Jacques Garcia, who found inspiration in his childhood home. Rooms and suites are filled with custom-designed furnishings, leather headboards, mahogany...

The lived-in vibe at the Nomad Hotel is fit for travelers seeking a home away from home. Set in a Beaux-Arts mansion, the 168-room hotel was redone by French designer Jacques Garcia, who found inspiration in his childhood home. Rooms and suites are filled with custom-designed...

The lived-in vibe at the Nomad Hotel is fit for travelers seeking a home away from home. Set in a Beaux-Arts mansion, the 168-room hotel was redone...

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The Roger

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While the rest of New York hurtles head­first into an uncertain future, The Roger stands steady—preferring the pace of an old world classicism cut straight from its own cloth. Formerly known as the Roger Williams, this 15-­story brick hotel opened in 1930 on Madison Avenue and has stood the test of time. Named after a British theologian famed for promoting the separation of church and state in America, and built by Scottish immigrants turned New York architects Jardine, Hill & Murdock, the...

While the rest of New York hurtles head­first into an uncertain future, The Roger stands steady—preferring the pace of an old world classicism cut straight from its own cloth. Formerly known as the Roger Williams, this 15-­story brick hotel opened in 1930 on Madison Avenue and has stood the test of time. Named...

While the rest of New York hurtles head­first into an uncertain future, The Roger stands steady—preferring the pace of an old world classicism cut straight from its own cloth. Formerly known as the Roger Williams, this 15-­story brick hotel opened in 1930 on Madison Avenue...

While the rest of New York hurtles head­first into an uncertain future, The Roger stands steady—preferring the pace of an old world classicism cut...

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The Roxy Hotel

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Crooners come for the jazz. Socialites come for the throwback cocktails. And romantics come for classic Manhattan moonlight. With 201 guestrooms, two cocktail lounges, and a subterranean, speakeasy-style jazz club called Django, The Roxy Hotel Tribeca has something to satisfy all of them. Even film buffs have a designated place to play: The hotel’s onsite cinema screens a mix of cult classics and under-the-radar new releases—all curated by the duo behind indie film distribution company...

Crooners come for the jazz. Socialites come for the throwback cocktails. And romantics come for classic Manhattan moonlight. With 201 guestrooms, two cocktail lounges, and a subterranean, speakeasy-style jazz club called Django, The Roxy Hotel Tribeca has something to satisfy all of them. Even film buffs have a...

Crooners come for the jazz. Socialites come for the throwback cocktails. And romantics come for classic Manhattan moonlight. With 201 guestrooms, two cocktail lounges, and a subterranean, speakeasy-style jazz club called Django, The Roxy Hotel Tribeca has something to satisfy...

Crooners come for the jazz. Socialites come for the throwback cocktails. And romantics come for classic Manhattan moonlight. With 201 guestrooms, two...

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The Standard East Village

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You know a hotel is good when even the pillows are grinning. The lip-shaped cushions are just one of the many quirks that hotel maestro André Balazs has dreamed up for his second New York Standard, located in the East Village. The boutique-style guest rooms, done in white with hardwood floors, feel homey and open with floor-to-ceiling windows, a courtyard view, and cozy king-sized beds. Amenities include jumbo HD screens, Bluetooth speakers, and mosaic-tiled bathrooms, plus three different...

You know a hotel is good when even the pillows are grinning. The lip-shaped cushions are just one of the many quirks that hotel maestro André Balazs has dreamed up for his second New York Standard, located in the East Village. The boutique-style guest rooms, done in white with hardwood floors, feel homey and open...

You know a hotel is good when even the pillows are grinning. The lip-shaped cushions are just one of the many quirks that hotel maestro André Balazs has dreamed up for his second New York Standard, located in the East Village. The boutique-style guest rooms, done in white with...

You know a hotel is good when even the pillows are grinning. The lip-shaped cushions are just one of the many quirks that hotel maestro André Balazs...

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The Standard High Line

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Straddling New York City's beloved High Line park sits one of André Balazs's quirky Standard hotels; this one appearing to open itself up as if it's embracing the whole of Manhattan. The glass-and-steel giant, whose architectural aesthetic channels Le Corbusier's Unité d'Habitation in Marseilles and is composed of curtain walls of enormous smoked-glass windows, gives guests a stellar view of the Hudson River as well as city life below. This incredible location allows guests easy access to the...

Straddling New York City's beloved High Line park sits one of André Balazs's quirky Standard hotels; this one appearing to open itself up as if it's embracing the whole of Manhattan. The glass-and-steel giant, whose architectural aesthetic channels Le Corbusier's Unité d'Habitation in Marseilles and is composed of...

Straddling New York City's beloved High Line park sits one of André Balazs's quirky Standard hotels; this one appearing to open itself up as if it's embracing the whole of Manhattan. The glass-and-steel giant, whose architectural aesthetic channels Le Corbusier's Unité...

Straddling New York City's beloved High Line park sits one of André Balazs's quirky Standard hotels; this one appearing to open itself up as if it's...

from$325

The Surrey

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The only Relais & Châteaux hotel in New York, the Surrey provides luxurious and spacious rooms on the city's Upper East Side. Hand-painted armoires and oversize desks with vanities sit atop plush paisley carpet in the salon and suites designed by Lauren Rottet. Guests get a choice of pillows, from buckwheat to hypoallergenic, to go with their Duxiana beds made up with Sferra bedding. Some rooms feature a combination of gas fireplaces, terraces, and soaking tubs in the bathrooms that ordinarily...

The only Relais & Châteaux hotel in New York, the Surrey provides luxurious and spacious rooms on the city's Upper East Side. Hand-painted armoires and oversize desks with vanities sit atop plush paisley carpet in the salon and suites designed by Lauren Rottet. Guests get a choice of pillows, from buckwheat to...

The only Relais & Châteaux hotel in New York, the Surrey provides luxurious and spacious rooms on the city's Upper East Side. Hand-painted armoires and oversize desks with vanities sit atop plush paisley carpet in the salon and suites designed by Lauren Rottet. Guests get a...

The only Relais & Châteaux hotel in New York, the Surrey provides luxurious and spacious rooms on the city's Upper East Side. Hand-painted armoires...

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The Whitby Hotel

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The 86 room Whitby Hotel in New York City, designed by kit kemp. (Full review coming soon).

The 86 room Whitby Hotel in New York City, designed by kit kemp. (Full review coming soon).

The 86 room Whitby Hotel in New York City, designed by kit kemp. (Full review coming soon).

The 86 room Whitby Hotel in New York City, designed by kit kemp. (Full review coming soon).

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Time Hotel

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The 193 room The Time Hotel in New York City designed by David Rockwell. (Full review coming soon).

The 193 room The Time Hotel in New York City designed by David Rockwell. (Full review coming soon).

The 193 room The Time Hotel in New York City designed by David Rockwell. (Full review coming soon).

The 193 room The Time Hotel in New York City designed by David Rockwell. (Full review coming soon).

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Viceroy New York

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The Viceroy in New York, designed by Roman & Williams of the Standard High Line fame, is like a gentleman in a tux concealing his neon pink socks. It has an unmistakably polished, adult exterior, but hints at an exuberant soul. The lobby, done in marble with leather furniture, projects sophistication, while the retro-style Kingside restaurant serves up youthful delight. A restaurant/bar collaboration between chef Marc Murphy and master mixologist Scott Gerber, Kingside's interior has an iconic...

The Viceroy in New York, designed by Roman & Williams of the Standard High Line fame, is like a gentleman in a tux concealing his neon pink socks. It has an unmistakably polished, adult exterior, but hints at an exuberant soul. The lobby, done in marble with leather furniture, projects sophistication, while the...

The Viceroy in New York, designed by Roman & Williams of the Standard High Line fame, is like a gentleman in a tux concealing his neon pink socks. It has an unmistakably polished, adult exterior, but hints at an exuberant soul. The lobby, done in marble with leather furniture...

The Viceroy in New York, designed by Roman & Williams of the Standard High Line fame, is like a gentleman in a tux concealing his neon pink socks. It...

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Wythe Hotel

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Positioned in Brooklyn’s buzzing Williamsburg, the Wythe channels the neighborhood’s artistic roots, as does its ownership group: Australian-born restaurateur Peter Lawrence is married to a photographer; Andrew Tarlow is known for staffing his groundbreaking farm-to-table restaurants like Diner and Marlow and Sons with artists; Jed Walentas serves as a co-chair of celebrated art nonprofit Creative Time, and has commissioned public art for Brooklyn Bridge Park. Naturally, their hotel has a...

Positioned in Brooklyn’s buzzing Williamsburg, the Wythe channels the neighborhood’s artistic roots, as does its ownership group: Australian-born restaurateur Peter Lawrence is married to a photographer; Andrew Tarlow is known for staffing his groundbreaking farm-to-table restaurants like Diner and Marlow and Sons...

Positioned in Brooklyn’s buzzing Williamsburg, the Wythe channels the neighborhood’s artistic roots, as does its ownership group: Australian-born restaurateur Peter Lawrence is married to a photographer; Andrew Tarlow is known for staffing his groundbreaking farm-to-table...

Positioned in Brooklyn’s buzzing Williamsburg, the Wythe channels the neighborhood’s artistic roots, as does its ownership group: Australian-born...

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