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Featuring a rooftop garden with furniture, this boutique SoHo hostel is close to several subway stations. Guests can relax in the lobby in front of the 65-inch TV or read a paper or magazine from the newsstand. The on-site bodega offers snacks, drinks, and toiletries. The Bowery House also offers shared bathrooms with heated floors, Red Flower bath products, and rain-head showers. The New Museum and Bowery Ballroom are within 1 block of the property, Little Italy and Chinatown are minutes away.
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.
This deluxe hotel was built in 1902, and it has become a city landmark today. The Algonquin affords easy access to the Broadway Theater District, Fifth Avenue shopping and the Midtown business district. Be sure to visit the Round Table, where literary greats Dorothy Parker, James Thurber, Edna Ferber and others met in the 1920s for their Vicious Circle discussions.
The elegance of this landmark building, constructed in 1926 (but renovated in 1996), is apparent in its rooms and restaurant, and in the hospitality of its multilingual staff. The hotel is centrally located, and easily within walking distance of the famous stores of Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue, and such sightseeing magnets as Radio City Music Hall and towering St. Patrick's Cathedral. Hotel amenities include such perks as an in-room safe and a bathrobe. You can also bring along your furry friend to the Omni Berkshire Place, that is, only if he or she weighs under 25 pounds.
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.
Among the most famous hotels in the world, The Plaza Hotel has been featured in everything from children's books to Hollywood blockbusters. It was built in 1907 in the French Renaissance style and has since become known for its grandeur. The decor is replete with crystal chandeliers, plush furnishings, and dazzling artworks, and every room boasts a timelessly elegant atmosphere. Guests are also guaranteed personalized service throughout their stays, as each floor has its very own butler. Stop by The Palm Court after meandering through nearby Central Park, and see for yourself why both the afternoon tea service and The Plaza Hotel are so iconic.
This prestigious hotel, built in the 1920s, overlooks Fifth Avenue and Central Park. The combination of location, opulence and charm makes this 50-room hotel a New York classic. From its elegant lobby to the large, luxurious rooms and suites, it is a favorite with the social elite. The Sherry-Netherland is home to the renowned Harry Cipriani's restaurant.
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.
The Lucerne Hotel, just two blocks from Central Park and the Museum of Natural History, adds an opulent presence to the fashionable Upper West Side. The historic landmark building is reminiscent of a lavish European hotel. The hotel lobby is elegant and welcoming, and the rooms are decorated with classic furniture and attractive bathrooms. There is a quaint restaurant and jazz bar located on the ground floor.