Located in downtown Manhattan, The Beekman is the height of luxury. Rooms have high ceilings, curated artwork and an eclectic mix of furnishings from around the world. Bathrooms are tiled with carrara marble and have state-of-the-art oversized rain showers with D.S. & Durga bath amenities. Large screen TVs with personal DVR, complimentary Wi-Fi and USB charging ports are in every room and suite. The Beekman is a LEED-certified building and guests have access to a luxury Lexus house car upon request.
In the heart of Manhattan’s Theater District, The Belvedere Hotel is a hidden jewel within walking distance of Broadway’s best theaters. Built during the 1920’s Art Deco period, The Belvedere Hotel impresses guests with its elegant ambiance and comfortable lodging accommodations, all complemented by a friendly and helpful staff. The Belvedere’s spacious rooms, earthy tones and endless amenities provide a relaxing retreat from the bright lights of the big city.
Originally established in 1927, The Benjamin is considered one of the most notable creations by famed architect Emery Roth. The edifice so inspired artist Georgia O’Keeffe, she painted it as the subject of her piece “New York—Night.” Recently, the hotel underwent a three-year, top-to-bottom overhaul totaling $10 million—with a full redesign led by Lauren Rottet of the international architecture and design firm Rottet Studio.
Located on the Upper East Side, The Bentley Hotel features 196 guest rooms and suites, which offer spectacular views of the East River and Manhattan skyline. Guests can opt for either Standard or Deluxe accommodations, which include such amenities as designer toiletries, premium bedding, and cable/satellite TV. Rollaway beds and cribs, as well as refrigerators and microwaves, are available on request.
This seventeen-story Lower East Side hotel—near Cooper Union, the New Museum, Lower East Side Tenement Museum, Bowery Ballroom, Tompkins Square Park and Film Forum—evokes a swanky downtown vibe, with each of the 135 guest rooms and suites outfitted with a residential loft design and floor-to-ceiling, industrial-styled windows. Each accommodation includes hardwood floors with signature Oushak rugs, 400-thread count bedding, rich velvet drapes, high-definition flat-screen TVs with DVD players and iPod stereo docking stations.
This Midtown hotel, which opened in 2001 near picturesque Bryant Park, offers several on-property amenities, including Koi Restaurant, where creative cuisine—inspired by traditional Japanese preparations then deconstructed and infused with modern California accents—is on offer; a complimentary 24-hour fitness room; the 62-seat RealD 3D Screening Room, for professional use by the film industry; Cellar Bar, a chic lounge and popular late-night spot below the lobby level, where DJs perform nightly; and The Lofts, two empty spaces on the top two floors of the hotel that can be rented out for me
This Upper East Side mainstay is home to several luxe amenities, including The Carlyle Restaurant, famous for its Dover Sole and reminiscent of an English manor with plush chintz-covered banquettes, Aubusson rugs, mirrored alcoves, a dramatic six-foot-tall floral arrangement and English hunting scenes by Fores, as well as engravings by Redoute and Liliacae; Café Carlyle, where world-renowned musicians perform such as Sutton Foster, Judy Collins and Woody Allen, who regularly appears with the Eddy Davis New Orleans jazz band; The Gallery, inspired by the sultan's dining room at the Topikapi
Close to both Carnegie Hall and Central Park, this sophisticated, yet cozy, hotel is also a homey sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of NYC. Each luxurious room features deluxe amenities like custom Italian furniture, floor-to-ceiling windows, blackout drapes/curtains, bathrobes and slippers, Malin + Goetz bath products, glass enclosed showers and so much more. The Carnegie Hotel is also located near great dining and shopping options of Midtown West and East.
Inspired by the classic film Casablanca, The Casablanca Hotel Times Square is an intimate European-style family-owned boutique hotel in Midtown Manhattan. Guests can relax in front of the fireplace at the hotel’s upstairs club room Rick’s Café while enjoying complimentary deluxe continental breakfast, as well as complimentary afternoon tea and nightly wine and cheese receptions. The on-site eatery Tony's di Napoli Restaurant serves Italian food family style for lunch and dinner seven days a week.
Originally opened in 1905 as the clubhouse for The Lambs Club, America's finest professional theatre organization, this Stanford White-designed landmark building now serves as home to The Chatwal, A Luxury Collection Hotel, the Manhattan Theater District's first true luxury hotel. Guest rooms at The Chatwal New York capture the clubby, elegant and comfortably chic atmosphere of this New York landmark. Of the 76 guest rooms, 26 are suites.