This gem of a hotel is located in the trendy SoHo neighborhood and is more than just your average accommodation. Featuring striking and distinct decor throughout, each room has floor to ceiling windows and a plethora of luxurious amenities. Going above and beyond, the Crosby Street Hotel takes care of even the minute details from complimentary packing and unpacking services, fresh flowers upon arrival, daily international newspaper, shoeshine service and welcome gift. The sumptuously decorated Meadow suite even offers a private terrace with lush vegetation and a fireplace.
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.
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 one-of-a-kind, boutique hotel redefines luxury. Dark wood paneling and rows of bookshelves greet guests, who are given every opportunity to engage their literary sides while staying at the Library Hotel. Each of its ten floors celebrates a category of the Dewey Decimal System, which range from Philosophy to Natural Science, and the rooms on every floor are not only decorated according to its theme but also stocked with books on the topic. Book lovers and comfort seekers alike will love breakfast in the Reading Room, respites in the Poetry Garden, and evenings in the Bookmarks Lounge. It's hard to go wrong at the exceptional Library Hotel.
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.
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 rooms themselves complement the hotel's art-deco style, and uphold the timeless elegance along with providing modern amenities. Overall, the Algonquin Hotel is a legendary hotel that is truly for the classy and the affluent.
The punch line of the old joke "how do you get to Carnegie Hall" is of course, "practice, practice, practice". But an easier way is to stay at the Wellington and just walk across the street. This Midtown hotel is convenient as well to Central Park, Fifth Avenue's great stores, Lincoln Center and many of America's corporate headquarters. The level of service is high, while the cost is relatively modest.
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.
Staying at 414 Hotel, you won't believe how close you are to the city's major highlights like Times Square, Broadway, Restaurant Row, the Jacob Javits Convention Center and Rockefeller Center. Tucked away on a relatively quiet tree-lined street, this unique boutique hotel is for those who appreciate luxury and the finer things in life. 414 Hotel combines class and elegance to create a perfect stay experience for its guests, whether they're tireless executives or urban vacationers. Stylish and modern furnishings adorn each room, from hypoallergenic pillows, iPod docks and flat screen TVs to deluxe facial and body products. Complimentary services include continental breakfast, WiFi access and concierge services.