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Best Boutique Hotels in New York

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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.

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 Madison Avenue boutique hotel has loads of charm and individuality. A lobby painted in hushed earth tones features an atrium leading to wheelchair accessible elevators and hallways. Each room is custom-designed, but most contain shoji-style window screens, fine furniture and lighting, cozy beds, down comforters and Belgian linens.

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 James New York SoHo is a sophisticated hotel located in Soho. Featuring modern and chic ambiance, the hotel is sure to impress its guests. There are 114 rooms, with a few corner hotel rooms which allow a "wrap-around views" of the city. Guests shouldn't miss the rooftop bar where you can relax with a drink looking out on the beautiful view. Besides, the hotel houses a well-facilitated business center, making it an ideal location for planning your business trip. Even your furry friend can accompany you on your vacation to New York as the hotel allows pets.

Ian Schrager's bohemian boutique hotel is best described as a piece of art. Come here to experience the extraordinary spirit that challenges any conventional ideas of what a hotel should be. Whether it is the Jade Bar and Rose Bar or Maialino Restaurant, there are many facilities in which to enhance your stay. The rooms are exquisite, with Renaissance-inspired color palettes (rose velvet reds, mint greens); each room is different, meaning that multiple stays will yield continual surprises. Overlooking the verdant landscape of Gramercy Park, there is beauty inside and out.

The Chambers Hotel could just as well be called a hi-tech art gallery. The decor here is all about the original artwork by John Waters, Roberta Smith and many others. This unique and high-end boutique hotel radiates luxury and charm from the hallway right up to the designer terrace. The rooms are adorned with wooden flooring, leather and velvet furniture and amenities like Archipelago linens and Bumble and Bumble bath products. Don't miss the in-house restaurant, which serves fantastic food. And the location is definitely worth a mention - Chambers Hotel is only three blocks from Central Park and is a short walk from Times Square - what more could an enterprising tourist want?

The Tribeca Grand Hotel is located just down the street from its popular sister location the Soho Grand Hotel. Like its older sibling, the Tribeca Grand caters to hip, wealthy business types and tourists who prefer to avoid the noise and bustle of Midtown. Its proximity to Wall Street and such top Tribeca restaurants as Chanterelle and Bouley Bakery only adds to the appeal. The hotel offers all its guests such amenities as a built-in television in the bathroom, DVD players, Macbook laptop computers and free internet access.

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.

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.

Smyth Hotel is a celebration of the glitzy present and vibrant past of Tribeca. Each over-sized guestroom is a seductive boudoir, reflecting the good-life ideals with ultra-luxe amenities and sleek decor that will leave even the most discerning traveler spellbound. The hotel features an American cuisine restaurant called Little Park, as well as a classy craft-cocktail bar called the Evening Bar. The Penthouse is an icon in itself with 1200 square feet (111 square meters) of luxurious space comprising of a lounge area, private terrace, dining room, master bedroom and two stunning baths. A visit to this upscale hotel is certain to be pampered and memorable.

Located in the heart of Manhattan, within comfortable walking distance of some of the busiest areas of Midtown, the stylish 70 Park Avenue Hotel is undoubtedly one of New York's finest hotels. From the most contemporary facilities to the pillow menu for guests, every need is taken care of at this upscale hotel. Union Park, Fifth Avenue shopping, Broadway, many museums and New York's stylish nightclubs are located a stone's throw away.

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