Adding distinction to the skyline, Trump SoHo New York brings a new perspective of Manhattan from its 391 guest rooms. The hotel places guests in one of the city's most exciting neighborhoods, and provides unparalleled views of the city from floor-to-ceiling windows in the Deluxe, Premier and Trump Executive guest rooms and suites.
In the hip area known as Union Square—steps from New York University, the East Village and major subway lines, this extended-stay hotel offers travelers new studio apartments with full kitchens, as well as private rooms with kitchenettes. Accommodation types include two twins and one queen and all rooms have private bathrooms. Amenities include free basic cable TV, free Internet WiFi, free utilities, refrigerator, coffeemaker, toaster, microwave and hot plates.
Viceroy New York is a welcome addition to its Midtown West neighborhood—near area attractions such as Carnegie Hall and The Museum of Modern Art. A guest’s journey begins with a stop in the Roman and Williams-designed double-height lobby, which evokes an Old New York feel—complete with a nautical-themed, Thomas Hart Benton-inspired mural (composed by Roman and Williams’ Stephen Alesch and painted by local studio Art Space NYC), brass accents, Paonazzo marble, a large bronze map of Manhattan with a red dot marking the hotel, and beige-colored sofas.
At the waterfront W Hoboken, guests are treated to sparkling panoramas of the New York City from the popular New Jersey destination. Originally founded as a retreat for New York residents, Hoboken is now teeming with live music venues, bars, restaurants and boutiques, which line downtown Hoboken’s Washington Street and the surrounding area.
At this famed W hotel, guests can enjoy a bevy of onsite amenities, including soothing treatments at Bliss 49 Spa, inspiring workouts at FIT Gym, and the opportunity to shop from the comfort of the hotel at The W Store, offering apparel, music, W bedding, travel necessities and more.
When it comes to dining and lively libations, Heartbeat Restaurant features classic cuisine with a twist, while Whiskey Blue is the perfect place for a creative cocktail. Guests can also see and be seen in the David Rockwell-designed Living Room.
This Wall Street hotel is surrounded by lower Manhattan attractions, including the Statue of Liberty, One World Trade Center and the Brooklyn Bridge. Inside the 58-floor space, guests can enjoy signature bistro bites at BLT Bar & Grill, sip on creative cocktails in the fifth-floor Living Room Bar & Terrace and get in that much-needed workout at the 1,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art FIT Gym. Those traveling with pets are in luck, as the Pets Are Welcome program supplies guests’ four-legged friends with special treats, vet and grooming services, dog-sitting and walking and more.
Situated at the Crossroads of the World, W New York - Times Square is in the heart of the Broadway Theater District—with museums just a few blocks north and sultry downtown a quick subway ride away. The 509 newly renovated accommodations include 43 suites, glowing with dramatic highs and lows of light and color—creating an element of techno-glam. Rooms also feature open showers and Bliss bath amenities, plush robes and signature W beds with 350-thead-count sheets.
Housed in the landmark 1911 Beaux-Arts Guardian Life building in bustling Union Square, guests of this W hotel enjoy such onsite amenities as Irvington, featuring a Mediterranean-influenced menu of New American classics; the Living Room, the open-space lobby serving signature cocktails, with complimentary WiFi; the 24-hour, newly renovated FIT Gym; Bliss Spa in-room services; and a store. If a meeting or event is on the agenda, the hotel boasts more than 7,000 square feet of conference facilities across seven state-of-the-art meeting rooms.
At this famous New York City hotel, guests can indulge in such onsite amenities as the exclusive Guerlain Spa, which features individual treatment rooms, a lounge and a fitness center.
On the food front, the hotel offers three restaurants, serving unique cuisine, as well as bars, lounges and room service. Guests can enjoy brunch at Peacock Alley, the jewel of the hotel’s lobby; dig in to succulent steaks, fresh seafood and more at Bull and Bear Prime Steakhouse; or savor Waldorf favorites at Oscar’s.
Near The Museum of Modern Art, guests at this Midtown hotel can choose from 426 guest rooms including 67 suites, each designed to reflect the history of the hotel, which was built in the 1920s and has close ties to old Hollywood. All rooms feature marble lavatories, large work desks with international plug ins, LCD TVs, room service and a fully stocked minibar.