The bespoke boutique hotel in the center of Midtown near Herald Square was originally developed as a Gregorian hotel in 1903. The rich history is still featured through many of the original elements throughout the hotel. The historic hotel is complemented with contemporary features reminicent of the runway adding clean lines and bold patterns to its architectural elements. Enjoy indulgent amenities including an on-site restuarant and fitness center, as well as ensuite amenites including High-speed Wi-Fi, rich linens, personal refrigerator and more.
Near Rockefeller Center, Times Square and the Theater District, guests at this budget-friendly hotel, which features 213 rooms on 14 floors, enjoy in-room amenities such as free WiFi Internet access, flat-screen TVs, complimentary continental breakfast, free calls within the United States, free daily newspapers, in-room personal safes, laundry and valet services and reduced-rate parking. All rooms also boast an iron, ironing board, coffee and coffee maker, hair dryer, cordless speakerphone with voicemail, as well as cable TV and Movies on Demand.
More than 100 years old, this Midtown Manhattan hotel, nestled in the area commonly referred to as Koreatown—near several Korean restaurants, as well as the Empire State Building to the north and Madison Square Park to the south, offers travelers onsite amenities including a gift shop, conference room, high-speed wireless Internet, laundry facility, fitness facility and more.
When it comes to a restful night of sleep, the hotel’s 200 rooms, featuring various accommodation types, include iron and ironing board, hairdryers, cable TV and more.
Discreetly hidden in a historic townhouse in Manhattan’s Gramercy Park, The Inn at Irving Place offers a quiet getaway in bustling New York City. While at the inn, guests enjoy complimentary wireless Internet, 24-hour limited room service and European-style continental breakfast. Cibar Lounge, an unconventional lounge housed within the property, serves innovative cocktails while nearby Lady Mendl’s is a chic tea salon where five-course tea is served. The latter, as well as Lord Mendl's, is also the perfect setting for a meeting or private event. There is a fitness club near the hotel.
This Midtown West hotel—near Times Square, Broadway theaters and more—offers in-room amenities such as a workstation and ergonomic chair; complimentary high-speed WiFi access; iHome iPod dock; sound-proof windows; 32-inch LG flat-screen HD TV with DVD player and LodgeNet Digital Movie System; turndown service with Le Belge chocolates; Simmons Beautyrest mattresses and Frette linens; Molton Brown Bathroom products; and Frette bathrobes.
Located in NoMad (that’s North of Madison Square Park for those not familiar with NYC’s never-ending neighborhood acronyms), The James Hotel’s breathtaking Beaux-Arts-style building has remained a fixture on Madison Avenue since opening in 1904. Once inside, a winding staircase leads down to the spacious David Rockwell-designed lobby—bathed in deep chocolate, beige, gray and crimson hues—with large comfy leather chairs and substantial coffee tables.
Located in SoHo, the James hotel offers two bars and a restaurant on-site. Guests can enjoy views of the city from the rooftop. Rooms boast a floor-to-ceiling glass wall separating the bathroom from the living quarters. Each room includes wood floors, 42-inch flat-screen TVs and free WiFi is available. Visit the Sky Lobby, reached by a glass elevator, which offers free snacks and beverages daily. A two-story glass wall overlooks the outdoor Urban Garden and neighboring sculpture garden.
Located in the West Village, this trendy hotel with an old-school feel is near The High Line park and adjacent to the Hudson River. The hotel rests in a historic building, originally the American Seaman’s Friend Society Sailors’ Home and Institute and was designed by the same architect known for Ellis Island’s immigration station.
Onsite amenities include Cafe Gitane, complimentary use of bicycles and free wireless Internet access.
In Midtown East, near Grand Central Terminal, Saks Fifth Avenue, Barneys New York and more, The Kimberly Hotel is teeming with onsite amenities for guests to enjoy. Guests can get in a workout at the recently renovated fitness center, which includes state-of-the-art cardio equipment; see and be seen at Upstairs, the hotel’s penthouse level bar and lounge, as well as Bistango—the hotel’s newly opened Italian restaurant—and Ibis, offering an extensive menu of Mediterranean-inspired dishes. Meeting and event spaces are available.
This Japanese-owned boutique hotel, located in Manhattan’s historic Murray Hill district, near the Empire State Building and other world-renowned attractions, blends traditional Asian hospitality and contemporary convenience. While at the hotel, guests enjoy award-winning Kaiseki cuisine at Hakubai, marvel at museum-quality artwork in public areas and guest rooms (including works by Paul Jenkins, Red Grooms, Ed Baynard, Joel Greenberg and Henri Silberman), and bop to the beat of nightly world-class jazz entertainment in JAZZ at KITANO.