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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.
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 award-winning deluxe boutique hotel is located in the historic American Standard Building, with some rooms overlooking Bryant Park directly across the street. Bryant Park Hotel is also within easy walking distance of the New York Public Library and Grand Central Terminal. It features such room amenities as BOSE music systems, iHome docks and LCD TVs.
The vision of acclaimed architect Christian de Portzamparc and premier interior designer Yabu Pushelberg, Park Hyatt New York was the first property established by the luxury Park Hyatt brand. Its prime Midtown location boasts a close proximity to attractions like Central Park, Carnegie Hall, and the Lincoln Center. While at the hotel, guests can pamper themselves at Spa Nalai, take a refreshing dip in the indoor pool, or get some exercise at a state-of-the-art gym. There is also excellent dining at this esteemed hotel, which specializes in farm-to-table fare and craft cocktails. Whether traveling for business or leisure, alone or with family, patrons of Park Hyatt New York can rest assured that their stays will be absolutely sublime.
This ultra-luxurious Relais & Châteaux boutique hotel lies in the trendy Yorkville area of Manhattan's Upper East Side. Guests are met by an elegant 19th-century, European-style facade, which creates a striking contrast to the contemporary decor found inside. Salons and suites at The Surrey are classically decorated, complete with pieces like hand-painted armoires and eye-catching artwork, and the hotel is full of world-class amenities. Take in unparalleled views of Central Park from the 17th-floor Private Roof Garden, revel in French haute cuisine at renowned Cafe Boulud, and enjoy creative cocktails at luxury lounge Bar Pleiades. End any day with a rejuvenating treatment at the Cornelia Spa or redefine relaxation in the Somadome, a innovative meditation pod proudly offered at this exquisite hotel.
Every aspect of The Peninsula New York has been designed to make patrons feel pampered. Lounge on the sun terrace before taking a dip in the indoor pool. Surrender to tranquillity in the renowned Peninsula Spa. Enjoy breakfast at the signature Clement Restaurant, afternoon tea in the charming Gotham Lounge, and a nightcap on the rooftop Salon de Ning. When you're ready to venture outside the hotel, take advantage of the designer shopping and premier entertainment right at your doorstep. The Peninsula New York combines impeccable hospitality and a sumptuous ambience to create an award-winning experience.
Enjoy a hotel that is as chic as its Fifth Avenue cross street when you stay at The St. Regis New York. This five-star accommodation has earned its world-class reputation first and foremost with its exceptional service. From dealings at the front desk to fine dining at Astor Court, guests are always impressed with the friendly and attentive staff. Sightseeing is made easy given the hotel's central location, which is surrounded by gems like Carnegie Hall and Rockefeller Center. Proximity to the Broadway Theater District is another big draw, and many enjoy cocktails at the swanky King Cole Bar before taking in a show. Whether staying in the Superior Guest Room or the Presidential Suite, guests will delight in amenities like 300 thread count linens and 24-hour butler service while at The St. Regis New York.
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.
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.
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.
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?
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.