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 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.
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.
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.
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.