New York City Hotels -- A to Z
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Formerly the Doral Park Avenue.
Home to NYC's notable restaurant, "Riingo."
Guest reviews and pictures of the Algonquin, a unique and historic Midtown boutique hotel steeped in literary history. Pictures of the Algonquin
This stylish and affordable boutique hotel is filled mostly with suites, and offers luxury amenities like 5-foot body pillows.
Our Budget Travel guide reports: "It is a very short walk from Grand Central Station, the Empire State Building and Times Square. But at off-peak times, it is possible to book standard queen, deluxe studio and one bedroom suites during the week for less than the cost of an ordinary Manhattan room."
Located in Times Square, near Rockefeller Center, Radio City Music Hall, and NBC Studios.
With an eye toward the environment, The Benjamin is one of only four Five-Globe ECOTEL certified properties in the world.
Formerly known as The Gorham Hotel, extensively renovated in 2004.
Luxurious designer hotel with large guest rooms in midtown Manhattan.
Luxurious designer New York City hotel with large guest rooms in midtown Manhattan.
The quiet and genteel hotel has dominated the Upper East Side skyline for 70 years offering enviable views of Central Park.
Our Budget Travel guide finds a rare deal for large parties, with a suite that can sleep up to seven people for just over $200 a night. Despite a great location, he warns it is "not a property that would appeal to everyone. The room furnishings included plastic lawn chairs and an unfinished plywood countertop in the kitchenette. None of this bothered us. You might think differently."
Uber-hip boutique hotel that also gets accolades for its fine dining and service.
Favorite with families because of large rooms, family-friendly amenities and convenient Times Square location.
Stylish suites, some with exercise equipment, on Manhattan's East Side.
A comfortable home-like setting in midtown Manhattan.
The only upscale all-suites hotel located on the waterfront in Lower Manhattan. Comfortable for families and business travelers, with room for teens to roam in the adjacent entertainment complex.
Recently named to Travel & Leisure's Top 500 Hotels in the World for 2004.
Easy access to Times Square, the Theatre District, and the Financial District.
This classic and luxurious hotel, the tallest hotel in New York City, was designed by I. M. Pei in 1993.
Comfortable and family friendly with great views and plenty to do nearby.
Formerly Le Marquis Hotel, Hotel Chandler offers luxury amenities for an affordable rate near the Empire State Building.
The first full-service luxury hotel in Manhattan's Meatpacking District.
Classic and sleek luxury boutique hotel on Park Avenue.
Beautiful and comfortable surroundings in midtown Manhattan.
Large, comfortably furnished rooms at a bargain price.
Intimate and elegant boutique hotel that offers plenty of personal attention.
Luxury Italian boutique hotel in midtown Manhattan with one of my favorite bathrooms in New York. Photo Tour
Luxury amenities for an affordable rate near the Empire State Building.
Stylish midtown hotel with free high-speed Internet access and a rooftop pool and spa.
The marble lobby, decorated with antiques and French tapestries, exudes warmth and friendliness.
Affordable elegance in an upscale neighborhood full of shopping and museums.
Floor-to-ceiling windows with spectacular views of Central Park, the Hudson River and the Manhattan skyline.
Guest rooms built for members of a sailors' union, each with windows shaped like portholes.
Upper East Side swank by the Mandarin Oriental folks.
Marble and limestone flooring, and elegant furnishings provide a backdrop for stunning accents.
Includes chic lobby bar, Liquid Assets, and restaurant Church & Dey, serving authentic American regional cuisine.
Comfortable surroundings that include a swimming pool and a tennis court, a rarity for a New York City hotel.
Caters to fans of the dramatic arts with a Theater District location and a late-night, complimentary apres-show buffet.
Blends the landmark 1882 Villard Houses with a contemporary 55-story tower.
AAA Four-Diamond hotel delivers the highest level of personalized service for all guests.
Our Budget Travel guide reports on this low-priced hotel: "Bills itself as a 'boutique hotel' and is what many New Yorkers would consider a good two- or three-star property: certainly not a budget haunt, but lacking the amenities required for luxury-oriented travelers..."
1905 Art Nouveau building wtih luxurious rooms, many overlooking Fifth Avenue.
Distinctive design, superb location and outstanding service.
One of the top hotels in New York, this French-styled luxury hotel lies in a quiet residential neighborhood.
Classic grand hotel surrounds guests in opulent splendor in a very desirable New York City location.
Comfortable and affordable hotel right in the middle of Times Square.
The only luxury all-suite hotel in Manhattan is a favorite with visiting celebrities.
The only AAA Five Diamond luxury waterfront New York City hotel.
1924 grand hotel named for Teddy Roosevelt, in an ideal central midtown location.
All accommodations are fitted with flat-Screen televisions, large work desks with built in high-speed Internet access ports, dual telephones, and CD players.
Small, tasteful hotel with affordable suites and a central location.
Corporate comfort with a French accent.
Hip boutique hotel with a great location for shopping.
Has a classic, grand design and offers all the modern conveniences for today's business or leisure traveler. Comfortable accomodations good for families traveling on a budget.
An elite retreat overlooking Central Park.
A 1904 Beaux Arts landmark in the heart of midtown Manhattan.
The quintessential New York boutique hotel.
European styling and Art Deco surroundings on Park Avenue.
Like having a luxury apartment at one of New York's best-known addresses.
Two W Hotels on this block (with the W New York Tuscany) bring the chain's signature spare style to midtown Manhattan.
Classic 1911 Beaux Arts building mixed with ultra-modern style.
Spacious guestrooms and suites offer an enclave oif luxury.
This classic and luxurious Art Deco hotel opened in 1931 as New York City's first skyscraper hotel. Photo Tour
This hotel, opened in November 2002, is already a distinctive part of the New York City skyline with a beam of light shooting through the skylight.