This historic inn, built in 1841, occupies two brick landmark townhouses in quiet, tree-lined Greenwich Village. Upon entering the inn, guests are welcomed by the friendly staff in the front office—a cozy space that includes antique furnishings and artwork. From there, visitors can browse the inn’s selection of newspapers, magazines and books or retreat up the staircase to one of 12 guest rooms. Room types and amenities vary but all offer air conditioning.
Located near bustling Columbus Circle—the roundabout right next to the southwest corner of Central Park teeming with restaurants and retailers—guests of this Jazz hostel enjoy clean and safe private rooms, a lounge on every floor, storage shelves in rooms, hairdryers, washing machines, on-demand coffee/espresso for $1, free WiFi throughout the building and more. All rooms are Ensuite.
Located on the Upper West Side near the American Museum of Natural History, Riverside Park and much more, guests to this Jazz hotel enjoy clean and safe private rooms and shared dorms, lounge area with cable TV, three outdoor terraces, secure key-card room access, heat and air-conditioned rooms, hairdryers, 24-hour Internet kiosks, free WiFi in common areas, free continental breakfast and more.
Since openings its doors near Central Park in 1931, guests of this hotel have enjoyed a home away from home. Many of the hotel’s guest rooms and suites feature views of Central Park. On the technology front, Internet TV allows guests the ability to stream their favorite shows, movies and music directly to their in-room television. Other in-room amenities include premium linens, and the 117 Manhattan suites feature sitting areas\pull-out sofas.
This Harlem hotel is perfect for lovers of the arts, as the hotel includes an onsite gallery featuring original paintings and sculptures created by rising local and international artists, which also adorn all walls and rooms.
When not looking at the hotel’s breathtaking works of art, guests can relax on the backyard patio.
Located in bustling Koreatown—the section of Midtown Manhattan on West 32nd Street between Broadway and Fifth Avenue packed with Korean restaurants and nightlife options—and housed in a turn-of-the-century building, this La Quinta hotel features a free Bright Side Breakfast—including waffles, hot and cold cereal, bread and muffins, fresh fruit and all-you-can-drink coffee and juice. The hotel also includes free high-speed Internet access, as well as business and fitness centers.