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The Top 19 Hotels in New York City


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  • Best Hotel In New York City Overall: Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown
  • Best Hotel In New York City On The Park: The Ritz-Carlton New York, Central Park
  • Best Hotel In New York City On The Upper East Side: The Mark Hotel
  • Best High-End Hotel In New York City: Aman New York
  • Hotel With The Best Views In New York City: 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge
  • Best Wellness Hotel In New York City: Equinox Hotel New York
  • Most Opulent Hotel In New York City: Baccarat Hotel New York
  • Best Hotel In New York City In Tribeca: Hotel Barrière Fouquets New York
  • Most Buzzworthy Hotel In New York City: Casa Cipriani
  • Best Value Hotel In New York City: Staypineapple, An Artful Hotel, Midtown
  • Best Hotel In New York City In Chelsea: Dream Downtown
  • Best Under-The-Radar Hotel In New York City: Smyth Tribeca
  • Best Hotel In New York City In Soho: Soho Grand Hotel
  • Best Hotel In New York City On The Lower East Side: Nine Orchard
  • Best Boutique Hotel In New York City: The Greenwich Hotel
  • Best Hotel In New York City In The Financial District: The Wall Street Hotel
  • Best Hotel For Business Travelers In New York City: The Langham, New York
  • Most Stylish Hotel In New York City: The Whitby
  • Best Hotel In New York City In NoMad: The Ritz-Carlton New York, NoMad
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    The Big Apple boasts the title of the city that never sleeps, but the island of Manhattan has an impressive array of hotels to find respite from the bustling streets below. From cozy boutique hotels to historic grande dames, the options for the best hotels in New York City are seemingly endless. The only issue you’ll encounter here—similar to choosing a restaurant—is selecting which one is right for you.

    Our guide to the best hotels in New York City offers a curated list of options that surprise and delight. To a magical stay on Central Park at The Ritz-Carlton New York, Central Park to incredible skyline views at the 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge, our picks offer all-star amenities and, most importantly, comfortable, quiet and luxurious spaces to recharge for another day of adventure. Below, we’ve selected our favorite New York City hotels for 2023.


    Best Hotel In New York City Overall: Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown

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    Who Will Love It: Luxury seekers; downtown dwellers; well-heeled business travelers
    All-Star Amenities: Oversized suites; a swanky spa; the best downtown location just steps from One World Trade Center
    What Not To Miss: A dip in the heated indoor pool; wagyu beef at Cut; in-room oversized soaking tubs

    It’s hard to choose one standout feature of the downtown Four Seasons—there are so many things that make this hotel top-notch from the graceful architecture to the exceptional service; you’ll feel like royalty from the moment you step out of your Uber. The convenient Tribeca location is a great starting point for exploring downtown. It’s just steps from Battery Park, FiDi, One World Trade Center and the Hudson River, but it may be a challenge to leave your room after check-in. Oversized suites have gorgeous marble bathrooms, oversized tubs with views of the city skyline and plush beds that you’ll melt right into. Some rooms even come with terraces—perfect for reading the morning paper and sipping a latte while the city bustles below.

    If NYC has worn you out, take a moment to recharge at the wellness center—an entire floor of the hotel dedicated to fitness and well-being. Book a 90-minute Sleep Serenity massage after taking a few laps in the heated pool and you’ll sleep like a baby. It’s a rare feat in the city that never stops.


    Best Hotel In New York City On The Park: The Ritz-Carlton New York, Central Park

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    Who Will Love It: Sophisticates; those looking for a classic and luxe NYC experience
    All-Star Amenities: Townhouse-like hotel rooms with Central Park views; new residential-inspired Club Lounge; feather beds dressed in goose down duvets; customized pillow menu
    What Not To Miss: A facial at the newly revamped La Prairie Spa; happy hour bites in the Contour gastro lounge

    Housed in a historic building across the street from Central Park, the Ritz-Carlton New York is an elegant option in one of the city’s most desirable locations. Guests can easily get lost on a sunny afternoon in the Park or go shopping at Bergdorf Goodman and the rest of the luxury shops on 5th Avenue.

    A recent renovation preserved the building’s gorgeous historical elements while providing a contemporary 21st-century upgrade. Redesigned guest rooms—awash in soft hues—are an escape from the often overwhelming metropolis right outside the front door with luxurious features like marble bathrooms and dreamy feather-topped beds.

    Book a facial at the luxurious La Prairie Spa to get all that city grime out of your pores, and then head to the Club Lounge to refuel and do a little work if you must. The Contour gastro lounge serves light bites and cocktails all-day, and if you’re craving a workout, check out the newly designed Movement Studio.


    Best Hotel In New York City On The Upper East Side: The Mark Hotel

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    Who Will Love It: Those with a penchant for luxury and exclusivity
    All-Star Amenities: Stellar location; spacious five fixture bathrooms with deep soaking tubs; the best robes in NYC
    What Not To Miss: The Mark cheeseburger by chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten; a blowout at Frederic Fekkai Salon; an extra hour of sleep in the luxurious beds with room-darkening shades

    Often times you have to choose between the character of a historic building and modern-day amenities, but this couldn’t be father from the case at the Mark Hotel. The gorgeous 16-story building at the corner of 77th Street and Madison Avenue is a 1920s landmark, and it has all the modern comforts and technologies. Famed designer Jacques Grange created a space that is French-inspired and comfortable from the avant-garde black and white lobby to the five-star amenities.

    You’ll feel far from the busy metropolis in soundproof guest rooms with Italian marble bathrooms, private bars with black granite countertops and premium bedding. If you can peel yourself out of the oversized soaking tub and the cushy robes and slippers with the signature embroidered “M” logo to go downstairs, you’ll have a fabulous time at cocktail hour where the scene overflows with well-heeled Upper East Siders sipping martinis and gabbing about their day.

    When the weather cooperates, enjoy dinner on the sidewalk patio and let chef Jean-Gorges Vongerichten satisfy your palate with oysters on the half shell, crispy salmon tartare and fresh lemony fettuccini.


    Best High-End Hotel In New York City: Aman New York

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    Who Will Love It: Spa lovers; luxury seekers; high rollers
    All-Star Amenities: 25,000 square foot spa; cryotherapy chambers; in-room fireplaces; a year-round garden terrace
    What Not To Miss: Drinks at the speakeasy-inspired subterranean Jazz Club; a full day inside the Aman Spa; sashimi at Nama

    Those who love a moment of quiet luxury will fall in love instantly with Aman New York, a luxurious addition to the New York City hotel landscape that opened in 2022. The reimagined former Crown Building has become a hotspot for elite travelers, and it comes as no surprise why. From its inconspicuous lobby entrance on 57th Street and 5th Avenue to its harmonious accommodations that nails the concept of understated elegance, it’s the ultimate private escape in New York City.

    Spacious suites boast mood lighting, room darkening shades, adjustable working fireplaces and butler service, which is truly only the beginning of the endless in-room amenities. Inspired by the airy architecture of Aman’s nature-centric properties in Southeast Asia, accommodations offer a rare sanctuary in the heart of the city.

    Two restaurants, a subterranean jazz bar, a year-round garden terrace and an immaculate spa round out the luxurious experience. Inside the tranquil 25,000-square foot spa spanning three floors of the hotel, hours of pampering await—spend an afternoon swimming in the gorgeous heated indoor pool, rejuvenating in the sauna, steam room and cryotherapy chambers, or indulging in a signature Aman spa treatment. No matter how you choose to spend your time here, you will emerge feeling completely renewed—mind, body and soul.


    Hotel With The Best Views In New York City: 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge

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    Who Will Love It: Urbanites; scenesters; wellness seekers
    All-Star Amenities: Rooftop pool with epic views of Manhattan; Bamford Wellness Spa; corner suites with hammocks
    What Not To Miss: A corner suite with a hammock; deep tissue massage at the Bamford Spa

    The 1 Hotel in Brooklyn offers a welcome dose of nature-inspired design in New York’s concrete jungle. The understated hotel has reclaimed wood floors and a multi-story green wall in the lobby. The jaw-dropping views are unbeatable. Front-facing suites and the rooftop bar and terrace have panoramic views of the Brooklyn Bridge, the island of Manhattan and the surrounding boroughs. Rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows, neutral tones, organic mattresses, in-room water filters and rain showers.

    If you’re in the mood to splurge, book a corner suite where you can lay on your private hammock and soak in views of Manhattan as you sway to and fro. Don’t miss the on-property Bamford Spa where any tension brought on by the city’s frenetic pace will melt away during a deep tissue massage.


    Best Wellness Hotel In New York City: Equinox Hotel New York

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    Who Will Love It: Fitness fanatics; wellness junkies
    All-Star Amenities: A health-centric minibar; access to Equinox gym; room-darkening shades
    What Not To Miss: Outdoor rooftop sauna barrels; award-winning restaurant Electric Lemon; a dip in the rooftop pool; Après Equinox

    Simply stated, the Equinox Hotel has it all to recharge weary travelers. Its central location in the heart of Hudson Yards makes it a great spot for visitors to explore Midtown and surrounding areas, but the biggest problem with booking a stay here is you will not want to leave the property; Quiet suites are decked out with room darkening shades, rain showers, sound-proof walls and cooling mattresses designed to offer the ultimate nights rest. And that’s only the beginning in the land of Equinox hotel amenities. In-room dining menus skew healthy yet mouth-watering (think immunity-optimized protein bowls, smoothies and all sorts of organic goodness), and the minibar—dubbed RoomBar—is among the healthiest I’ve ever seen—packed with wellness tonics, elixirs, grain-free chips, granolas and immunity teas.

    Whether working out is the first thing on your to-do list while you’re there or it comes in dead last, you’ll drool over the wellness offerings downstairs at the 60,000 square foot health club and spa that wraps an entire floor. Treadmills and weight equipment boast sweeping views of the Hudson River, and there’s an endless array of classes from yoga to high-intensity interval training. The spa is an absolute haven, offering everything from the best deep tissue massages in town to IV drips to cryotherapy. In winter, don’t miss the outdoor saunas where you can sweat out all your imbibing in 184 degree barrels alongside the heated outdoor pool while soaking up views of surrounding Manhattan.


    Most Opulent Hotel In New York City: Baccarat Hotel New York

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    Who Will Love It: Well-heeled travelers; international business savants; Contemporary art lovers
    All-Star Amenities: Opulence at every turn; bath products from French perfumer Francis Kurkdjian
    What Not To Miss: Afternoon tea and evening cocktails at Grand Salon; a swim in the underground indoor pool

    Expect opulence at every turn when you step foot inside this grand hotel in Midtown, helmed by famed French crystal company Baccarat. 15,000 pieces of crystal are scattered throughout this extravagant property, and they reveal themselves at every turn, from jaw-dropping chandeliers to elaborate vases that hold gorgeous bouquets of fresh red roses everywhere you look.

    Inside the rooms expect the same level of luxury, from gorgeous European linens to bath products by French perfumer Francis Kurkdjian to oversized white marble bathrooms.

    Downstairs, the popular Grand Salon restaurant is a people-watching dream. Well-heeled socialites, art lovers returning from the Museum of Modern Art across the street, and international business travelers all gather here for cocktails amidst the backdrop of chandeliers and exquisitely dressed tabletops. Those looking to unwind and get that city grime out of their pores will enjoy a trip to Spa De La Mer downstairs—the only dedicated spa in the U.S. by the luxury skincare brand.


    Best Hotel In New York City In Tribeca: Hotel Barrière Fouquets New York

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    Who Will Love It: Downtown dwellers and Francophiles
    All-Star Amenities: Location, location, location; oversized corner suites with marble soaking tubs; penthouse with gorgeous outdoor terrace
    What Not To Miss: A Biologique Recherche facial at Spa Diane Barrière and a dip in the hydrotherapy pool; a lavish dinner at Brasserie Fouquet

    Tribeca has become one of the most coveted zip codes in New York City, and the brand new Fouquet’s is tucked away on cobblestone street in the middle of it all, surrounded by lavish residences and charming celebrity hotspots. The understated brick building is as discrete yet glamorous as its well-heeled neighbors, with signage so small its easy to miss. Inside, the beauty of French culture comes alive in a luxurious amalgamation of velvet fabrics, pastel colors, art deco-inspired furniture and European chandeliers.

    The rooms are nothing short of fabulous with quilted headboards, lavish drapery and marble bathrooms. The divine corner suites make you feel like you have your very own pied-à-terre in Tribeca, thanks to sunlight-drenched floor-to-ceiling windows, spacious living rooms and private dressing areas, and a gorgeous marble bathroom with soaking tub that deserves its own museum. That brings us to the Penthouse Suite, which is 2,000+ square feet of French luxury spanning two floors, boasting a huge dining room and bar, plus multiple terraces perfect for entertaining.

    Downstairs, the cinema is the spot to host a film screening, and the underground Spa is the spot to relax and recharge, run by coveted French dermo-cosmetics brand Biologique Recherche. Take a dip in the gorgeous hydrotherapy pool or get your sweat on at the onsite gym created in partnership with Dogpound, a luxury personalized training gym founded by Kirk Myers.


    Most Buzzworthy Hotel In New York City: Casa Cipriani

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    Who Will Love It: Those who are looking to see and be seen
    All-Star Amenities: Spa; members-only access; jazz club
    What Not To Miss: The gelato; the private gym; a cocktail on the rooftop terrace

    Casa Cipriani, a 47-room hotel and private member’s club, has become the most buzzed about hotel in lower Manhattan since its opening just last year. Now, locals and international travelers alike are clamoring to get a room (and a dinner ressie, for that matter) inside the historic property, which was transformed into a chic Italian hotel and club from its original use as the ferry terminal inside the landmark Battery Maritime Building. Originally built as a steal structure to shuffle ferries traveling back and forth between Brooklyn, it still maintains its glorious beaux-arts facade post-reno, thanks to world-renowned architect Thierry Despont, with many of the original details of the iron and glass structure still at the forefront of the design.

    Lavish suites inside the hotel include private balconies with phenomenal views overlooking the Brooklyn bridge and the Statue of Liberty, in addition to oversized showers, closets significantly bigger than those in most apartments in NYC, and innate lacquer furniture, nautical paint and fancy brass accents everywhere.

    When it comes to amenities, Casa unsurprisingly doesn’t fall short there either, with a glorious spa and private gym, offering everything from cryotherapy to massage to personal training sessions. Upstairs on the fifth floor, though, is where you’ll find all the action. From the jazz cafe to the Cipriani signature restaurant (you’ll be stuffed by the end of the meal, but don’t pass on dessert—trust us), the scene is a sea of properly polished personas clinking Bellinis and nibbling on bites of house-made pasta. After dinner, grab a seat in the living room or—during summer months—on the gorgeous terrace with expansive views of the Brooklyn Bridge and the East River. (Everything on property is members-only, but hotel guests are granted access to all amenities.)


    Best Value Hotel In New York City: Staypineapple, An Artful Hotel, Midtown

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    Who Will Love It: Those looking for a great deal on a stay and those who appreciate artful design
    All-Star Amenities: The vibrant decor; the under-bed storage
    What Not To Miss: The pineapple-infused water at check-in

    Located in Midtown just steps from Times Square, Hudson Yards and Madison Square Garden, Staypineapple is a great choice for a modern, clean, one-of-a-kind hotel with plenty of unique amenities, sans the over-the-top price tag of many surrounding properties in Manhattan. Here you’ll find cozy beds, oversized bath towels, plenty of storage to accommodate luggage, and artistic design elements throughout. Amenities include in-room coffee and tea, lightweight robes to roam around the room in, and complimentary beach cruisers to explore NYC’s most popular neighborhoods.


    Best Hotel In New York City In Chelsea: Dream Downtown

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    Who Will Love It: Downtown dwellers that want to be close to the Meatpacking’s vibrant nightlife scene; influencers; nightlife aficionados
    All-Star Amenities: The outdoor glass-bottomed pool; suites with views of the Empire State Building; the rooftop bar
    What Not To Miss: A cabana at the rooftop pool during summer

    Amenities are extensive at the Dream Downtown, a popular spot bordering the trendy Meatpacking District and the chic Chelsea neighborhood. From the glass-bottomed heated pool surrounded with chic cabanas and even a sand beach, to the lobby's extensive NFT gallery and a rooftop lounge with sweeping views of the city, there’s never a dull moment at Dream. Rooms pay homage to the property’s 1960s maritime roots with nautical vibes like porthole windows, married with urban touches like rain shower heads and chrome bathtubs. Egyptian cotton bedding and oversized bathrobes add a cozy feel.

    When you’re in the mood for a bite, head downstairs to Philippe Downtown for upscale Beijing-style cuisine (get the chicken satay and crispy duck). Afterwards, shoot upstairs for late-night cocktails to PH-D Rooftop Lounge, the property’s sought after oversized club and terrace with a retractable roof for those idyllic summer evenings.


    Best Under-The-Radar Hotel In New York City: Smyth Tribeca

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    Who Will Love It: Luxury-seekers; business travelers
    All-Star Amenities: Oversized rooms; suites with terraces; on-site restaurant Smyth Tavern
    What Not To Miss: A drink at the hidden back bar just off the lobby

    Smack dab in the middle of Manhattan’s trendy Tribeca neighborhood, the Smyth is a welcome respite from the hustle and bustle of the city, yet steps from many of the charming boutiques and restaurants that downtown has to offer. The 100-room hotel offers all the amenities of a larger property, with the sleek feel of a boutique hotel. Newly renovated rooms feature flatscreens, cushy robes and a serene color palette that helps to instantly decompress from a busy day of running around the city. Upgrade to a suite and score one of the sought-after outdoor terraces, ideal for sunset cocktails or enjoying a morning cup of coffee.

    The lobby, home of Galerie Bar, doubles as a quiet workspace in the daytime, and the perfect respite for cocktail hour, adorned with fireplaces and a cozy 12-seat bar. For dinner, no need to leave the comfort of the property in order to score a good meal—Smyth Tavern has a delectable menu complete with a raw bar as well as hearty comfort foods including mac and cheese and steak frites.


    Best Hotel In New York City In Soho: Soho Grand Hotel

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    Who Will Love It: The shop-till-you-drop crowd; trend-setters
    All-Star Amenities: Frette bed linen and towels; elaborate minibars; a prime location steps from shopping
    What Not To Miss: Cocktails at The Club Room; a late-night bite at Soho Diner

    The Soho Grand nailed it when it comes to seamlessly blending modern sophistication with historic elements of glamorous old New York. From contemporary rooms decked with concrete ceilings to retro-feeling bathrooms with subway tiles, you’ll feel like you’ve stepped into the glitzy era of Manhattan in the 70’s.

    Downstairs, it’s a who’s who of fashionable guests mingling over martinis and kicking up their heels on cushy velvet sofas while listening to live music in the lobby at Grand Bar & Salon. During summer, book a table at Gilligan’s, a tropical-feeling outdoor space where you can grab a bite or drink on a gorgeous summer evening. Looking for a late night bite or a morning cup of coffee? The Soho Diner has it all, from banana pancakes and disco fries at 1 a.m. to that morning jolt of caffeine at the restaurant’s coffee bar. After all, you’re going to need to fuel up—some of the city’s best shopping is just steps from the hotel entrance.


    Best Hotel In New York City On The Lower East Side: Nine Orchard

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    Who Will Love It: Trend-setters; history buffs
    All-Star Amenities: Oversized rooms and suites; chic minibars; large windows with city views
    What Not To Miss: Cocktails in the Swan Room; a morning cup of coffee and complimentary croissant at Corner Bar

    From the reconstruction of the building’s original facade, to the preservation of its gorgeous interior, every corner you turn inside Nine Orchard is a nod to the building’s rich history as a bank, which originally opened in 1912. Step inside the lobby at check in time and look up—the soaring ceiling above and huge arched windows once set the stage for bank tellers to doll out cash to their customers. Inside the main floor cocktail lounge, the architectural wonderment continues—the stunning vaulted ceiling here was also preserved from the original bank’s historic bones.

    But the beauty of this landmark doesn’t stop on the main floor. Upstairs, behind the closed doors of the 14-floor property’s guest rooms, is also a history and design lover’s dream—restored wall moldings, understated furnishings and custom bed frames (not to mention the vintage-feeling custom speaker system in each room) makes it the perfect home away from home. Looking for killer city views? Book one of the three oversized suites that come with snazzy brick-paved terraces and soaring city views.


    Best Boutique Hotel In New York City: The Greenwich Hotel

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    Who Will Love It: Those who appreciate old-world craftsmanship and charm; travelers craving exceptional service
    All-Star Amenities: Soaking tubs that fill up in 60 seconds; an underground pool; 24-hour room service
    What Not To Miss: Cocktails at The Drawing Room; dinner at Locanda Verde; a deep tissue massage at the Shibui Spa

    The Greenwich Hotel is one of those hidden gems that marries the intimacy and expert service of a 5-star boutique property, entwined with the rich history of a New York City icon. This hotspot has become the go-to destination for celebrities and well-heeled travelers alike, yet it retains the understated elegance that keeps even the most discerning guest coming back again and again.

    Everything inside is beautifully appointed, from the leaded glass windows and beams of reclaimed oak inside the lobby to the latticed vines lining the intimate courtyard. Yet not a single one of the 72 rooms on property is alike. Each boasts its own unique elements, from hand-loomed Tibetan silk rugs to gorgeous hand-made Italian terracotta floors to perfectly worn-in velvet couches. Those looking for the ultimate privacy (and luxury) can book the TriBeCa Penthouse, an 6,800-square-foot haven with three fireplaces, three bedrooms, and an impressive 4,000 square foot multi-leveled terrace with lush gardens and a spa pool.

    When the urge for a cocktail strikes, slip into the dimly lit Drawing Room and enjoy an evening aperitif by the roaring fire. Dinner doesn’t disappoint either, with famed Italian restaurant Locanda Verde—helmed by world-renowned chef Andrew Carmellini—just off the lobby entrance. Downstairs, the spa features a gorgeous lantern-lit swimming pool and treatments rooms reconstructed inside a 250-year old farmhouse.


    Best Hotel In New York City In The Financial District: The Wall Street Hotel

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    Who Will Love It: Business travelers; those who appreciate modern elegance
    All-Star Amenities: Oversized suites, some which have fireplaces; chic in-room bar carts; a prime location in the center of the Financial District; heated bathroom floors
    What Not To Miss: Cocktails and small bites at Lounge On Pearl (order the burger); dinner at La Marchande

    FiDi has a glamorous new neighbor in town, and its called The Wall Street Hotel. Housed in the landmark Tontine building, this chic 180-room property has it all, from oversized suites (up to 800 square feet) to super soft bedding to heated bathroom floors. Design elements throughout are inspired by classic New York residences, from curated libraries to elegant lounges (some rooms even come with fireplaces and oversized soaking tubs with views of the East River).

    Business travelers will love the convenient location quite literally on Wall Street, in the middle of all the action of FiDi, but there is plenty for leisure travelers to soak up as well, such as easy access to Battery Park, the Statue of Liberty, the Seaport District and plenty of restaurants and bars (bustling Stone Street, with bars a plenty, is a stone’s throw away from the hotel entrance).

    Lounge on Pearl right off the lobby is the perfect place to enjoy morning coffee while you catch up on emails, but it also comes alive at happy hour, when New Yorkers slink into one of the luxurious banquets and order up a martini to unwind from the day. Hungry? La Marchande—a modern take on the traditional French brasserie—will fuel your cravings.


    Best Hotel For Business Travelers In New York City: The Langham, New York

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    Who Will Love It: Business travelers; those who appreciate a convenient Midtown location
    All-Star Amenities: Oversized suites, some which overlook 5th Avenue; a prime location in the center of the city; large soaking tubs
    What Not To Miss: Breakfast and morning meetings at the Club Lounge; dinner at Ai Fiori

    If you’re looking for a spacious New York City hotel experience, The Langham is your answer. Rooms here skew unusually large for Manhattan, and all boast a refined look and feel, perfect for escaping after a hectic day of meetings or buzzing around town. Featuring Duxiana beds, soaking tubs, marble bathrooms and working desks, you’ll have all the comforts of home at your fingertips. Kudos also go to the prime location, perfect for hopping around town to meetings or enjoying various landmarks the city has to offer by foot.

    For those looking for a bit of extra space (and access to The Langham Club, the hotel’s private club lounge which serves culinary offerings and premium bar service throughout the day), book an Executive Club Level room or higher. The Executive Club Room, an oversized guest room with gorgeous views of Fifth Avenue and Midtown Manhattan, scores you a spacious one-bedroom with a sitting area, large marble bathroom and even a full kitchen with Miele appliances.


    Most Stylish Hotel In New York City: The Whitby

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    Who Will Love It: Style mavens; fashion’s ‘it’ crowd; art enthusiasts
    All-Star Amenities: Oversized suites with terraces; prime location steps from Central Park; luxurious beds
    What Not To Miss: Afternoon Tea in the Orangerie; morning cappuccino from your terrace suite

    Two blocks from Central Park and minutes from incredible shopping, dining and museums, The Whitby Hotel is—simply stated—stunning. Designer Kit Kemp created a visual palace that delights at every turn, from the colorful lobby to the expertly curated rooms and suites.

    Every room, whether you book a standard superior or a suite, is light-filled and luxurious, with high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, Beautyrest beds and gorgeous bathrooms. The Junior Terrace Suites are a dream-come-true, featuring an open-plan space with a beautiful corner terrace, a sitting area and beautifully designed granite and marble bathroom.

    Equally as memorable is dinner in The Whitby Bar & Restaurant—a rich and colorful contemporary space with a 30-foot pewter bar and beautifully upholstered banquettes. Don’t miss the house made lobster cannelloni gratiné (ahem, or the side of cacio e pepe mac and cheese). Bottom line: every square inch of The Whitby Hotel is a masterful presentation of contemporary art and design at its finest, and a stay here is absolutely delightful.


    Best Hotel In New York City In NoMad: The Ritz-Carlton New York, NoMad

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    Who Will Love It: Socialites; luxury aficionados
    All-Star Amenities: Stellar location in NoMad; rooms with views of the Empire State Building; heavenly beds
    What Not To Miss: A Monkey 47 Martini at the rooftop bar; Mediterranean bites at Zaytinya; Augustinus Bader signature facial at the spa

    The Ritz has done it again with its snazziest new NYC location, this time setting up permanent residency in the buzzy neighborhood of NoMad. No luxury expense has been spared here—everything from the 250 guest rooms to the exquisite dining offerings is top notch. Views here are extraordinary (many downtown-facing rooms feature direct views of the Empire State Building), and the in-room offerings offer the perfect relaxing escape from the city.

    Meanwhile, downstairs is action-packed, from the Lobby Lounge and Bar (perfect for a morning meeting and a cup of coffee) to renowned dining experience Zaytinya, helmed by José Andrés. After you’ve indulged in Mediterranean delights such as Halloumi flatbread and cumin spiced meatballs, head upstairs to rooftop bar Nubeluz for jaw-dropping panoramic views of Manhattan and equally as delightful cocktails.

    Last but certainly not least on your agenda here is a visit to the hotel spa, a 6,800 square foot wellness haven where you will completely forget you’re in one of the most action-packed cities in the world. Unwind with a custom Augustinus Bader signature facial and a divine deep tissue massage—you’ve earned it.


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    I have been covering travel for nearly two decades, from reviewing luxury hotels to visiting off-the-beaten path locations throughout the world. I’m always in search of a new ski town, a remote beach and a stellar cocktail (and the perfect spot to sip said cocktail, of course). I’m also always down for adventure on a vacation, whether its doing aerial acrobatics in a fighter jet thousands of feet above the desert or heli-skiing down a glacier in Italy. New York City, where I’ve resided for over a decade, is one of my favorite places in the world, and I've personally visited every hotel on this list. As Forbes Vetted's executive editor, I oversee our travel and hotel coverage. I’ve also written for Vogue, Robb Report, Travel + Leisure, InStyle, GQ, DuJour, Oprah and many others. Follow my adventures on Instagram: @peifferk1

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