Home to some of NYC's coolest and most exclusive rooftop lounges. Rising above a former elevated train line that has become downtown’s favorite public park, The Standard, High Line is located in New York City’s Meatpacking District. Every one of the 338 rooms feature a full wall of floor-to-ceiling windows with sweeping views of Manhattan and/or the mighty Hudson River. The hotel’s inviting and scintillating public spaces include a bustling German beer garden at ground level, the rooftop discothèque Le Bain, the legendary Top of The Standard, and an outdoor public plaza with rotating art installations and a winter ice rink. A neighborhood staple, The Standard Grill is classic New York blending traditional steakhouse with New American cuisine.
Located in Chelsea, this chic hotel is 1 block from High Line park and Chelsea Piers. This hotel makes its home in a converted redbrick gothic dormitory, standing out among the very new developments in the area. Designed by the duo Roman and Williams who did a great job creating an interior worthy of such a classic building. The hotel combines vintage and modern in the most chic and beautiful ways. Unlike most hotels in NYC, the High Line focus in offering a more quiet and residential environment.
NoMad is a neighborhood in Manhattan that has grown over the last few years to be one of the most expensive due to the central location and number of important developments. The neighborhood name means North of Madison Park, and within and around the park you will find the first Shake Shack created, the mega Italian food mall called Eataly and the 3 Michelin star restaurant Eleven Madison Park. Now back to the hotel that is very much responsible for the growth of this neighborhood. The NoMad hotel NYC is the original that has set the bar by a luxurious European Style interior matched by an attentive service. This hotel is not only a place for guests but also a hot spot among New Yorkers who pack the restaurant and bar every night.
With a front row view to Times Square that’s truly incomparable, Row NYC Hotel guests reside right in the middle of it all, enjoying a completely contemporary experience with access to everything and anything. Sitting in the bull’s eye of Manhattan’s most famous locales – including Broadway theaters, 5th Avenue shopping, Restaurant Row, world-class museums, and nearby Central Park, the Row NYC Hotel is the ultimate New York City address. The hotel is ideally positioned just a few short blocks from Penn Station, the metro, Port Authority Bus Terminal, and Jacob Javits Center. LaGuardia, JFK, and Newark airports are about a 40-minute ride away.
Ideally located in Midtown Manhattan and just steps from Central Park and Carnegie Hall, Park Central Hotel unveiled an extensive multi-million dollar renovation in October 2013, showcasing refurbished guest-rooms, elegant interiors, expansive meeting and event rooms, and public spaces inspired by iconic New York locations. Guests will enjoy a cool and stylish lobby as well as Park Lounge, a signature bar serving tailored cocktails. Central Market, a fine foods grab-and-go, provides guests with fresh and flavorful bites such as Nespresso and New York vendors like Amy’s Bread and Jacques Torres Chocolates. A prime location, elegant interior, and family-friendly amenities are some of the reasons to stay.
gym, coffee shop, bar, coffee and tea in common areas
Fronted by an ocean liner-inspired stainless steel façade and riddled with porthole windows, the grand exterior of Dream Downtown hails its 1960s role as the National Maritime Union headquarters. Inside, it’s the stuff of reveries – a lobby that seems to buzz with energy as if alive on its own; a glass-bottomed swimming pool floating in the ceiling high above; pockets of guests and locals alike catching up over cocktails or being mesmerized by their gadgets. This is your dream. As much a place to play as it is to stay, the downtown hotel offers everything today’s urban traveler seeks for buttoning down, loosening up, or a little of both: 314 loft-style guest rooms and suites, luxurious amenities, unique event spaces and a friendly (if slightly overeager-to-please) staff that knows the ins and outs of everything NYC. Plus, all the dining and nightlife you could ask for, built right in. Like New York City itself, Dream is a destination where you can get into a little mischief – but only if you want to. And don’t worry, we’ll never tell. (We might even join you). "
gym, room service, ATM, bar, beauty salon, outdoor pool, nightclubs, lounges, restaurants, room service, valet parking, wake-up service, rooftop terrace
Escape the common travel experience in the heart of Manhattan. All the iconic New York City landmarks are waiting nearby: Times Square, Columbus Circle, Central Park, Broadway, Rockefeller Center and Fifth Avenue. Our close-knit neighborhood boasts corporate headquarters, theatres, high-end shopping, Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center and of course...Dream Midtown. A restored 1895 Beaux-Arts flatiron building with newly redesigned interiors, Dream Midtown includes 221 luxurious accommodations and surrealistic on-site dining. Add best-in-class service from a staff that favors the term host over hotel, and top it all off with trendy built-in nightlife by world-renowned designers. Like New York City itself, Dream Midtown is a destination that might even warrant a little misbehavior – but that’s up to you. And don’t worry, we’ll never tell. (We usually just look the other way.)"
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11 Howard’s conscious approach to hospitality promotes the reassuring nature of familiarity, creating habits, routine, and comfort—but offset with surprise and adventure. In other words, 11 Howard provides a clean slate where guests can write their own New York stories. With its very casual luxury, 11 Howard is destined to become a classic. This innovative hotel, where Danish minimalism meets New York realism, answers the call for a relaxed, smartly curated place to stay in SoHo. One of downtown's hot spots (near New York University) with a hard to get in lounge and one of the best French restaurants in the city. The best thing staying here is concierge can assist you getting access to one of NY's toughest doors. "
The Beekman, a Thompson Hotel is located 500 meters from the Brooklyn Bridge and the Westfield World Trade Centre. The rooms and suites boast custom beds, leather headboards, oak floors, craft cocktail tables and marble bathrooms. The Beekman is architecturally distinguished by its 9-story atrium that has a pyramidal glass ceiling at the top. The upper stories of the atrium are bordered by balconies. Artwork adorns the walls of the The Beekman. Restaurateur and chef, Tom Colicchio, and restaurateur Keith McNally have restaurants at Beekman, offering guests distinguished culinary experiences.
restaurants, bars, lounges, room service, coffee and tea in the common areas, gym, garden, terrace, valet parking