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No two rooms at The Greenwich Hotel are the same. Each is more spectacular than the last, decorated with international luxury items like Tibetan rugs, Siberian oak floors, and Moroccan tile. Every room at this ultra-sleek hotel also features organic bath products and soaking tubs to ensure guests stay pampered and refreshed. Those looking for ultimate relaxation can visit the exclusive Shibui Spa, which offers everything from poolside meditation to traditional Japanese shiatsu massages, while peckish guests can find superb Italian cuisine and an extensive wine list at the Locanda Verde Restaurant. More than just a luxury accommodation, The Greenwich Hotel guarantees a memorable stay with its unique vision and trendy Tribeca location.
Opened in 1996, the Soho Grand Hotel greets you with a brightly mirrored lobby and a sweeping staircase made of iron and glass. All the comforts of a top quality hotel can be found here, along with easy access to the restaurants, shops and galleries that give Soho its reputation for being the artistic heart of the city. Choose from king, corner, penthouse and grand corner rooms, each decorated in eclectic Soho style and boasting many amenities. There is also an attractive but pricey lobby bar.
Featuring a lobby bar, The Bowery Hotel is located at the intersection of the Lower East Side and East Village, 450 metres from the New Museum. Free WiFi access is available. Each room at this boutique hotel features floor-to-ceiling windows and city views. Guests can request for a crib in the room. The industrial design is paired with residential loft-style amenities like hardwood floors, Oushak rugs and 400 thread count bedding. Every room also has a marble bathroom with rain showers, plush towels and luxury C.O. Bigelow bath amenities. There is 24-hour concierge service at The Bowery Hotel. Bicycle rentals are complimentary, as are newspapers, laptops and iPads upon request. Gemma, the on-site Italian restaurant, offers breakfast, lunch, dinner and cocktails. Brunch is offered on Saturday and Sunday, and 24-hour room service is also available. The Bowery Hotel is within walking distance of several music venues. Bowery Ballroom and Mercury Lounge are 800 metres away. The nearest metro station is Bleecker Street, 290 metres away.
Featuring a rooftop space with a heated year-round pool, bar and lounge, Gansevoort Meatpacking is located in New York, 350 metres from the Whitney Museum of American Art. Guests can enjoy free WiFi access. Every room includes a flat-screen TV, fully-stocked minibar and Curious Provisions speakers. Private bathrooms come with bathrobes and free bath amenities. There is a 24-hour front desk, fitness centre and business centre at Gansevoort Meatpacking. The hotel features a pop-up Glam+Go Blowdry Bar. The on-site restaurant The Chester serves all meals, while cocktails and entertainment are available at Lelie Rooftop. The hotel is 230 metres from High Line Park, while Chelsea Market is 450 metres away. The nearest underground station is 14 St-8 Av, 400 metres from Gansevoort Meatpacking.
Located in Manhattan's Gramercy Park, this hotel features an Italian restaurant and spa services. Gramercy Park Hotel is 600 metres from Madison Square Park and Fifth Avenue boutique shops. A flat-screen cable TV and iPod dock are provided in all individually decorated Gramercy Park Hotel rooms. Extra include original oak floors and unique 20th century artwork. A 24-hour fitness centre and room service are available. A business centre, private check-in/check-out, and concierge service are offered as well. Guests can enjoy Italian cuisine at the Maialino on-site restaurant and speciality cocktails at the Rose and Jade Bar. Rose Bar Session concerts and a live DJ are featured on select nights. Union Square is 482 metres away. The hotel is also 3 minutes' walk from the shops and restaurants of Park Avenue as well as 23rd Street subway station.
Located in central Manhattan and across the street from Bryant Park, this boutique hotel offers complimentary WiFi and gym. New York Public Library is 161 metres from the property. The rooms at Hotel Bryant Park have hardwood floors, handmade Tibetan rugs and leather accents. Each room features a 32-inch TV and Bose CD player. The marble bathrooms include bathrobes and toiletries. The lobby at the Bryant Park Hotel has red furniture and black marble floors. Guests will find a concierge desk for their convenience. The gym has personal trainers. A screening theatre and event space are also available. The onsite restaurant, Koi, offers Asian-fusion cuisine. The subway station is 322 metres away while Grand Central Terminal, Times Square and Empire State Building are within 700 metres of the Bryant Park Hotel.
Famed publisher William Randolph Hearst built this hotel in 1927 for the convenience of his visiting California friends, which helps explain the unusually large suites and tiny lobby. With elegant furnishings, marble baths, walk-in closets and wrap-around terraces, the accommodations should be luxurious enough for even the most discriminating of tastes. Its Midtown address is near Carnegie Hall and the Museum of Modern Art, as well as Central Park, Fifth Avenue shopping and the theaters of Broadway.
The Ritz-Carlton New York, Central Park blends old-world elegance and state-of-the-art amenities to offer guests the experience of a lifetime. Located in midtown Manhattan, the AAA Five-Diamond hotel is within walking distance of must-see cultural attractions like Fifth Avenue and the Museum of Modern Art, though the hotel itself boasts a number of ways to keep guests busy. Dining at the Auden Bistro & Lounge promises delectable cuisine made with regionally sourced ingredients, as well as expertly crafted cocktails. Also popular among patrons of the hotel, the world-class La Prairie Spa offers everything from beauty treatments and healing massages to packages designed specifically with travelers in mind. Enjoy exceptional comfort, top quality, and pure luxury at The Ritz-Carlton New York, Central Park.
Panoramic views of the Hudson River, Central Park, and the striking Manhattan skyline are just some of what make the Mandarin Oriental one of the best-regarded hotels in New York City. Though the luxury accommodation is situated a stone's throw from the picturesque Columbus Circle, each room is equipped with floor-to-ceiling windows, allowing guests access to the heart of the city at all times. Among the fabulous amenities offered here are goose-down bedding, Italian marble flooring, and designer furniture. The chic hotel also boasts celebrated spa and dining facilities, notably the acclaimed Asian-New American restaurant Asiate. Above all else, a stay at the Mandarin Oriental is a chance to experience exemplary service while surrounded by incredible style.
The Lowell is a luxury hotel dedicated to making you feel at home. Located on a residential block, the suites outnumber the rooms, and each space has its own understated European style and elegance. Nearby are numerous shops, restaurants, museums and art galleries. Each room includes down comforters, a marble bathroom, robes and data ports. Valet parking, a fitness room and tearoom are also featured. Some suites boast wood-burning fireplaces, a rarity for hotels in New York City.
Located less than 1 mile (1.6 kilometers) from the Brooklyn Museum in a historic brownstone building, this New York bed and breakfast offers free Wi-Fi and parking. Prospect Park is located nearby. Rooms at the Prospect Gardens Residence are simply decorated in neutral colors and dark wood furnishings. Some rooms have a flat-screen TV and coffee-making facilities. The building features original woodwork and classic décor. Air conditioning and heating are provided. Prospect Park Zoo is located in close proximity to the property, as is The Barclays Sports Center, home of the Brooklyn Nets.
There is little doubt that The Carlyle, with its magnificent view of Central Park and its close proximity to some of the best shops and museums in New York, is one of the preeminent "grand hotels" in New York. The Upper East Side landmark was built in 1930, when spacious accommodations, fine linens and furniture, and a large and attentive staff were the very least that might be expected for a true luxury hotel; and that tradition continues even today.