Hotels

The Cosmopolitan Hotel - TriBeCa

One of the longest-running hotels in New York City, The Cosmopolitan Hotel -TriBeCa was originally built in 1838 as a Gothic Revival structure with an additional building added in 1852, designed in an Italianate style. The hotel provides comfortable accommodations and luxurious amenities in a classic downtown atmosphere. The rooms are well equipped with modern amenities such as complimentary WiFi, iPod docks, and HDTVs.  Hotel amenities include daily room service from 7:30 a.m.

The Empire Hotel

This Upper West Side hotel is outfitted with edgy décor—reflecting the design of nearby Lincoln Center and Central Park. Beds in the 426 richly appointed guest rooms are draped in Italian linens with animal print cushions. Guest rooms also include flat-screen TV, iPod docking stations with speakers, full in-room mini bar, oversized towels, turn down service, and C.O. Bigelow luxury bathroom amenities. Dining and entertainment options include a Rooftop Bar & Lounge, Ed's Chowder House, and the Lobby Bar.

The Excelsior Hotel

Located on the Upper West Side, guests to this hotel enjoy such amenities as wireless high-speed Internet Service (surcharge if applicable), 32-inch LCD TV with Lodge Net On Demand Movies, iPod Docking Station with Radio and more. Additionally, guests in Superior Room and Deluxe Room accommodations receive bathrobes, umbrella, pants press and overnight shoeshine service.

The Franklin Hotel

Located on the fashionable Upper East Side, The Franklin Hotel evokes Old New York charm, with complimentary amenities such as European buffet breakfast, wine and artisanal cheese reception, 24-hour espresso and cappuccino, and wireless Internet. Guests can feel free to bring their four-legged friends, as the hotel is also pet-friendly. 

The Garden City Hotel

This Long Island landmark, established in 1874, offers guests 272 newly renovated accommodations—including 16 suites and four penthouse suites. Just 24 miles from Manhattan, with the Long Island Railroad Garden City stop directly across the street from the hotel, Garden City guests enjoy several onsite amenities, including Polo Steakhouse; Polo Lounge; Lobby Emporium, offering an array of gifts and sundry items; a seasonal patio bar with signature cocktails and upscale tapas; fitness center; heated indoor pool; and Red Door Spa.

The GEM Hotel Chelsea

Nestled in stylish Chelsea, near plenty of galleries, restaurants, the Fashion Institute of Technology, the High Line elevated park and more, guests can choose from several different room types at this GEM hotel, featuring in-room amenities such as full size bed, HDTV programming, free WiFi, cordless phone, coffee maker with Wolfgang Puck coffee and tea, turn down service, bottled water, Gilchrist & Soames bath amenities and bathrobes.

The GEM Hotel Hudson Yards

Located near Rockefeller Center, Times Square and the Empire State Building, The GEM Hotel Hudson Yards embraces its vibrant Midtown West neighborhood. At the hotel, guests can choose from several different accommodation types, all offering in-room amenities such as complimentary wireless printing, free high-speed wireless Internet, local calls, shoe shines, Gilchrist & Soames bath amenities, LCD TVs and concierge service.

The Gershwin Hotel

The Gershwin now offers residential-inspired rooms with references to the Art Nouveau style. This NoMad (North of Madison Square Park) District hotel is inspired by the musical and art heritage of the neighborhood, which was the epicenter of the popular music industry in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The music theme is reflected throughout the rooms, corridors and bathrooms.

The Gracie Inn

Housed in a former residence that dates back more than 100 years, The Gracie Inn is located on the fashionable Upper East Side near Museum Mile and more uptown attractions. This bed and breakfast hotel, which boasts urban farmhouse décor, features 13 units with private baths (including one with a hot tub), seven studios, four one-bedroom suites and two duplex/penthouses.

The Greenwich Hotel

Opened Spring 2008, TriBeCa’s The Greenwich Hotel serves a unique home-away-from-home experience to an international mix of business and leisure travelers looking to seek refuge within New York City. The Greenwich—owned by Ira Drukier, Richard Born, Robert De Niro and Raphael De Niro—offers generously proportioned communal areas accessible to hotel guests only, including a Drawing Room and Courtyard. The Greenwich Hotel is home to the critically acclaimed Locanda Verde restaurant and bar by renowned chef Andrew Carmellini, as well as the luxurious subterranean Japanese inspired Shibui Spa.

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