Best Luxury Hotels In New York City

The city that never sleeps is an epicentre of art, music, fashion, food and shopping. A melting pot of cultures, New York is synonymous with the concept of cosmopolitanism. Whether you fancy a $1 slice of pizza at 2am in the morning, some gourmet street food when exploring the sights, or sustainable seafood from the latest swish restaurant opening downtown, NYC is a culinary smorgasbord. New York is designed to be explored on foot and each neighbourhood offers something completely different, take the time to explore the century-old Jewish delis of the Upper West Side and then head to the trendy bars and clubs of the Meatpacking District. It’s no wonder the city is also home to some of the hippest luxury hotels in the world. Here are just a few of our favourite luxury hotels in New York.

The Marmara Park Avenue Hotel

The Marmara Park Avenue Hotel, a stylish boutique hotel centrally located on Lower Park Avenue which opened in 2016. Acclaimed artist /designer Joe Ginsberg redesigned it to create an environment where guests feel they are coming home to a chic New York apartment. The Marmara Park Avenue has some of the city’s most spacious accommodations and offers 128 residential-style guestrooms and suites for short- and long-term stays. Rooms available are standard rooms, suites, long-term residences, and penthouses. All rooms exude the essence of a dream New York apartment, complete with bespoke furnishing, original wallpaper designs, and iPads with 24/7 virtual concierge service.

Located in the lobby, tuti Restaurant Bar Lounge offers a global menu with French, Italian, and Mediterranean influences, curated by Executive Chef Ömür Özkan. There is also a carefully curated cocktail list, an extensive wine collection, and internationally acclaimed Vinkara wines from Turkey. The hotel’s rooftop, also known as Balcón, has sweeping views of New York City’s skyline and serves small bites and craft cocktails. Beneath the lobby is the Wellness Center, which offers a Hammam, a traditional ancient Turkish experience performed on the “Gobektasi,” a heated marble slab that follows authentic Turkish Hammam architecture.

Other amenities include an indoor saltwater lap pool and fitness centre for hotel guests or a daily pass/monthly membership for non-guests. Situated just off the renowned Park Avenue, the Marmara Park Avenue is steps from the Empire State Building, Macy’s Herald Square, luxury shopping on Fifth Avenue, and near Grand Central Station Concourse, which can transport guests to any part of NYC in minutes.

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The Mark Hotel

The Mark Hotel is the pinnacle of boldly lavish luxury encompassing the very best of personal service, avant-garde design and old-world comfort in the heart of Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Located on the corner of Madison Avenue and 77th Street, just steps away from Central Park and some of the world’s finest museums, galleries, and boutiques, The Mark has become a destination for travellers in search of truly exceptional experiences. The hotel offers 106 guest rooms and 47 suites including the largest hotel

Penthouse suite in North America. In 2020, The Mark was voted the #1 Hotel in New York City and #1 Hotel in The United States by Travel + Leisure. In 2023, The Mark topped Condé Nast Traveller’s Gold List. In 2024, The Mark was awarded two Michelin Keys for its exceptional services.

The Hotel’s modern luxury aesthetic has been brought to life by legendary designer Jacques Grange and a team of world-renowned artists and artisans including Ron Arad, Mattia Bonetti, Guy de Rougemont, Vladimir Kagan, Eric Schmitt, Paul Mathieu, Todd Eberle and Karl Lagerfeld. The Mark is home to its famed restaurant by globally acclaimed Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, the timelessly elegant Mark Bar, the Parisian cult-favourite Caviar Kaspia at The Mark, and salon by hair extraordinaire Frédéric Fekkai. Master perfumer Frédéric Malle created Jurassic Flower exclusively for The Mark, the signature scent of the hotel.

With an unprecedented array of amenities, The Mark offers around-the-clock room service, picnics in Central Park, 24/7 shopping at Bergdorf Goodman, John Lobb Shoe Shine, access to The Mark Sailboat, Pedicabs, Bikes, and more. Through the curated online boutique Le Shop, guests can bring a piece of The Mark home with them when they depart. Together, these remarkable experiences create #LifeAtTheMark.

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Hotel Chelsea

The newly reopened Hotel Chelsea, a storied landmark, has reclaimed its place as a sanctuary for unique individuals in the heart of Chelsea in NYC. Redesigned by Sean MacPherson, Ira Drukier and Richard Born, the renovation aimed to refresh the interiors while preserving the original spirit of the hotel. The iconic 1884 structure, once the tallest building in NYC, remains intact with its restored red brick façade, iron balconies, and the iconic neon Hotel Chelsea sign. The property features two renowned dining establishments – the historic Spanish restaurant El Quijote and the recently opened Café Chelsea, complemented by a spacious Lobby Bar. Additionally, guests can indulge in the newly opened spa and wellness centre for relaxation and rejuvenation.

Hotel Chelsea offers a variety of suite categories with interiors designed to feel like spacious apartments. Each room features exclusive and lavish amenities that are rarely found in New York hotels. The larger suites, such as the Chelsea Grand Suite, provide unique comforts including a full-size, fully stocked kitchen, a washer and dryer, an additional half bath, a deep soaking tub, a separate living and dining room area, and ample closet space. For those travelling with family or in large groups, the Two Bedroom Suites offer 1,700 square feet of space, featuring two full baths and one-half bath. These suites comfortably accommodate multiple guests and are perfect for extended stays. Hotel Chelsea’s commitment to blending historic charm with modern luxury makes it an exceptional destination for travellers seeking a memorable and refined New York experience.

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The Ludlow Hotel

The Ludlow Hotel, within walking distance of Katz’s Deli on the corner and a block north of Beastie Boys Square, feels born on the Lower East Side. Elegant and comfortable, but with artful rough edges and personal quirks, the hotel conjures the area’s vivid history, from the “Gangs of New York” era to Jewish immigration to the wild art and music of the ‘80s. The Ludlow comes with its own New York story. MacPherson, Drukier, and Born rescued a derelict building that had been abandoned by its original developers after the financial crash.

The Ludlow’s solid brick façade and factory casement windows make it fit seamlessly onto its historic block. Throughout the 175 guestrooms, we offer our guests the eclectic personality and rough edges of downtown NYC while delivering all the luxuries and amenities a savvy traveller has come to expect. All rooms are appointed with hardwood floors, handmade silk rugs, artisan-crafted Moroccan pendant lamps, petrified wood nightstands, and Indo-Portuguese style beds. The marble mosaic bathrooms feature brass rain showers, many of which also offer spectacular views from a deep soaking tub. Our one-of-a-kind minibar highlights locally produced products including many gluten-free and healthy options. The high-floor views from the oversized industrial windows offer a spectacular panorama of lower Manhattan, downtown skyscrapers, and New York’s most famous bridges.

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The Bowery 

Located in iconic downtown New York City, The Bowery Hotel has been an important beacon of timeless luxury and sophistication since it opened in 2007, offering unparalleled elegance and hospitality to guests from around the world. Each of the 135 sun-drenched rooms features floor-to-ceiling, factory-style windows with stunning views and hardwood floors with signature Oushak rugs that complement the rich velvet curtains and meticulous design details. Inspiring marble bathrooms are complete with antiqued brass fixtures, rainfall shower heads, and luxury bath amenities. In addition to its exquisite accommodations, The Bowery Hotel is known for the elegant Bowery Lobby Bar where expert bartenders serve seasonal cocktails and an extensive international wine list in the cozy lobby fitted with antique sofas and a stone fireplace. Gemma, the hotel’s Italian trattoria serving rustic Italian fare and an extensive Italian wine list, is a staple for both hotel guests and locals alike.

The Bowery Hotel Events Space, home to countless NYC events, is decorated in a classic old-world style with wood-beamed 13 foot ceilings, reclaimed brick walls, Moroccan tiled floors, antique tapestries, a glazed fireplace, and an expansive outdoor terrace. The vibrant location allows travellers to explore the rich night life of the East Village and Lower East Side or walk to the high-end boutiques and art galleries of SoHo and Nolita. The expert concierge team can recommend the best spots for cocktails and find the right restaurant for any occasion. The warm staff and gracious, authentic service complete The Bowery Hotel’s quintessential New York experience. With its prime location, impeccable service, and unwavering commitment to excellence, The Bowery Hotel remains the premier destination for discerning travellers seeking an unforgettable stay in New York City.

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Fouquets New York

Fouquet’s New York is the stunning 97-room luxury hotel is a joint venture between the iconic French brand Groupe Barrière and Caspi Development. Located at 456 Greenwich Street, the property brings a new level of sophistication to the bustling streets of New York.

Fouquet’s New York is designed by the internationally acclaimed Martin Brudnizki Design Studio, led by interior designer and architect Martin Brudnizki. The hotel’s design blends the modern industrialism of Tribeca and the elegant classism of Paris, which is shone through the property’s Art-Deco inspiration. Brudnizki pays homage to the brand’s Parisian roots through the hotel’s moulding, use of elegant fabrics, and the lavender-centric colour scheme seen throughout the hotel.

Fouquet’s New York features 97 guest rooms and suites, including 65 standard King Rooms, 29 Corner and Terrace Suites, and a duplex penthouse suite “Le Grand Appartement Terrasse. Fouquet’s New York serves as the New York outpost for Groupe Barrière’s iconic French Brasserie Fouquet’s. In addition to the Brasserie, the hotel features Par Ici Café, which serves a menu of vegetarian dishes. The property also features Titsou Bar, which takes inspiration from French speakeasy Le Marta Paris. Additionally, Fouquet’s New York has recently opened Le Vaux rooftop, a space inspired by the French gardens of Vaux-Le-Vicomte and Versailles, open exclusively to guests and Fouquet’s members during the summer season.

The property also houses a spa, Spa Diane Barrière, which features a menu of signature treatments, five treatment rooms, an indoor swimming pool, and a salon, as well as a fitness centre by DOGPOUND and a screening room, The Cannes Cinema.

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The Fifth Avenue Hotel 

Located in the vibrant NoMad district, The Fifth Avenue Hotel is a magnificent establishment that is a haven of stylish creativity and comfort. Boasting 110 rooms and 43 suites across its classic mansion and modern glass extension. All rooms have generously sized marble bathrooms and modern amenities such as  Bluetooth speakers, Nespresso coffee makers and a personal tablet.

Throughout the hotel, interiors dazzle with bold patterns, delicate touches of romance, and dynamic colours. This is more than just a place for guests to rest their heads. This hotel becomes a sanctuary of extraordinary experiences, home to a carefully selected array of art and furnishings that enrich its event spaces, hallways, and inviting lobby. The hotel also revitalises the dining and social landscape of New York City with the introduction of The Portrait Bar and Café Carmellini are the hotel’s dining and drinking hotspots; The Portrait Bar, with its sumptuous wooden finishes, offers sophisticated drinks surrounded by an array of captivating art whilst Café Carmellini, is a creation of the renowned Andrew Carmellini, that merges Italian and French culinary arts with a distinct New York vibe.

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Nine Orchard

High ceilings, rich historical architectural elements, and sleek, mid-century design merge in the revitalised Jarmulowsky Bank, now a vibrant hotel in the Lower East Side neighbourhood. Guided by architectural plans from 1912, the lobby boasts a majestic arched window, marble floors and a domed tempietto on the rooftop is a feature. The hotel’s 113 rooms, inspired by vintage aesthetics, are adorned with pine floors, handcrafted ceramic lamps, and unique artworks by local artists. These rooms are bathed in natural light through expansive windows, offering panoramic views of the New York City skyline. Dining at the hotel is a culinary treat with the Swan Room, Dining Room and Corner Bar, under the direction of Michelin-starred chef Ignacio Mattos. Surrounded by cultural institutions, picturesque streets, and unique restaurants, Nine Orchard is a great base in downtown New York’s Lower East Side.

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Gansevoort Meatpacking NYC

Having arrived in this trendy district some two decades ago, the Gansevoort property offers 186 bedrooms with Lululemon Studio Mirrors for in-room workouts. It received a full makeover in 2021, which included the renovation of its crown jewel; the panoramic rooftop which boasts a 45-foot heated pool, bar and funky lounge hosting regular DJs. There’s a wealth of culinary choices on the doorstep, but the Chester American Bistro (great for a weekend brunch) and the European-style Coffee + Cocktails are its in-house venues. Gansevoort Meatpacking NYC was named among the Five Best Hotels In NYC By Condé Nast Traveler.

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Aman New York

You may have thought a hotel room in Manhattan’s sought-after midtown would be tiny, but Aman offers some of the largest suites in the Big Apple, with one of the most prestigious addresses. Each has its own central fireplace and king-sized bed. Add to this another lesser-found amenity on the iconic island; a year-round Garden Terrace. This is also the home of the flagship Aman Spa, with its meditative practices, peaceful indoor pool and cryotherapy suite. On the 14th floor are restaurants Arva and Nama and the Bar Lounge, while below ground is the Jazz Club.

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The Times Square EDITION

Stay surrounded by the action, yet submerged in a contemporary oasis at The Times Square EDITION. Michelin-starred chef John Fraser oversees the four floors of dining experiences with indoor and outdoor seating including a fine-dining signature restaurant, an all-day New York restaurant, a cabaret and performance space, and a Lobby Bar. 452 bedrooms and suites display a forward-thinking design combined with a timeless style in moody, seductive palettes. Party till dawn on the Paradise Club’s colourful dance floor with sounds provided by top DJs, relax surrounded by leafy palms on The Terrace and sip on premium selections from the champagne trolley at the vintage-style 701West.

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Le Méridien New York, Fifth Avenue

Stay close to the Midtown action at Le Méridien, a new and glittering addition to the Big Apple’s hotel scene, which arrived at the end of 2022. Rising 21 floors, the property has 165 bedrooms and condos for longer stays. It pays tribute to the swanky Fifth Avenue’s former life as a hub for the textile industry, with a scale map of the area and attention to fabric woven into the design by VLDG studio. Guests benefit from Malin and Goetz bath products, and direct access to Latitude / Longitude Bar and an all-day restaurant, Allora, serving regional Italian cuisine.

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The Chatwal, a Luxury Collection Hotel, New York City

Located on 44th Street, this landmark hotel was built in 1905 by Stanford White, before being restored by architect Thierry Despont in 2010. Of the 44 suites, some are themed (The Chatwal Crowns); such as the three-bedroom Zen, with its landscaped terrace and butler service. Unwind after a night on the tiles in the city that never sleeps, with some pamper time at the 3,500 sq. foot spa with its infinity saltwater lap pool, plunge jacuzzi and 24-hour access fitness room. And dine at The Chatwal’s 90-seat Art Deco restaurant, The Lamb’s Club, with cuisine by Chef Michael White.

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W New York – Times Square

An eclectic energy in the W mirrors that which is found on its famous doorstep. Bask in the atmosphere of this part of the city at the hotel’s Living Room, a homage to Times Square’s past, accompanied by pulsating DJ beats and cocktails. 590 eclectic bedrooms have panoramic views from picture windows, as well as pillowtop mattresses, 350-thread-count sheets and Davines amenities to ensure you’re fully refreshed for the action-packed day ahead. Order food to your suite, or take the short journey to one of the in-house restaurants; Dos Caminos for Mexican cuisine with a modern angle and Blue Fin’s fresh seafood and sushi.

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JW Marriott Essex House New York

Like many of the city’s most notable buildings, this one dates back to the 1930s Art Deco era, and is a member of Historic Hotels of America. Found at the southern end of Central Park, the Forbes recommended establishment rises 44 storeys, housing 426 bedrooms, 101 suites and 147 condos. All have plush bedding, marble bathrooms and minibars. Interiors are grand with huge glittering chandelier-lit ballrooms, sassy firelit lounges and chic monochrome bedrooms. Enjoy fine dining with a late-night menu, room service and treatments at the PRIMP spa. There’s a shop onsite, free daily newspapers and pets are welcome.

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The Mark Hotel

Join the ranks of Selena Gomez, Emma Watson, Gigi Hadid, Gisele, Kendall Jenner and the Beckhams when you stay at The Mark. The glamorous 16-storey property is situated on East 77th Street at Madison Avenue. Ebony, sycamore, and nickel furnishings, Italian linens by Quagliotti and marble bathrooms punctuate its 141 classic bedrooms. Foodies will love celebrity chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten (a great place to star spot) and the mood-lit Chi-Chi restaurant and bar. And the stylish address caters well to families; Maclaren pushchairs, toys and goodies are provided, with “Woof Woof Kits” for canine guests.

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The Ned NoMad New York

The Ned NoMad New York, is located in The Johnston Building on Broadway and comprises 167 rooms – all of which have been inspired by the glamour of the roaring ‘20’s. The Ned NoMad is more than just a place to rest your head. It is home to Ned’s Club, a members’ club that gives members access to the rooftop terrace and other private member spaces such as The Dining Room, The Atrium Stage for live entertainment, The Library for a cool workspace by day and cosy bar by night and advance reservation privileges to the classic Italian restaurant Cecconi’s and Little Ned where cocktails and views of the Empire State building are the order of the day.

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The Ritz-Carlton New York, NoMad

NoMad opened its doors in July 2022, named after its locale north of Madison Square Park. Its 50-storey facade is striking, offering top-floor views from 500 feet above the city and 250 guest rooms, including suites and penthouse residences. The on-trend hotel really excels when it comes to dining, with Zaytinya’s mezze menus by Michelin-starred Chef José Andrés, Nubeluz cocktail bar boasting 270-degree views across Manhattan, The Lobby Lounge & Bar, for drinks, coffees and pastries in the morning and The Bazaar, arriving later in 2022. NoMad’s 6,800 square-foot spa includes eight treatment rooms and the RelaxSpace Wellness Pod, a 15-minute multi-sensory experience.

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The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel

The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel is somewhat of a New York Landmark, conveniently located on Madison Avenue and just one block from Central Park it is the perfect base for exploring the great city. Guests can choose from 189 lavish rooms including 90 suites – all of which are exquisitely decorated and seamlessly combine elegance and comfort. From fine dining or a weekend brunch to creative cocktails and classic Cabaret, the chic restaurant options at the hotel offer guests an unparalleled Uptown dining experience merging culinary artistry with flawless service. With a salon, fitness centre and the Valmont Spa at The Carlyle – one of the best in New York – guests can enjoy relaxation, pampering and a workout with world-class facilities. And with a dedicated and passionate team on hand- a stay at The Carlyle is sure to be a fine one.

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Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown

In the heart of Lower Manhattan immersed in some of the city’s most authentic neighbourhoods, sits the diverse and vibrant Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown. The landmark luxury hotel is the perfect base for leisure travellers wishing to explore the streets of Tribeca and further afield. The stylish and well-appointed guest rooms and expansive suites are available in a range of sizes and formats to match the needs of every guest. The wellness and fitness centre occupies an entire floor and boasts a seven-room Spa, lap pool and state of the art fitness centre with views overlooking Downtown. Celebrity Chef, Wolfgang Puck, heads up CUT, the hotel’s relaxed yet refined restaurant – a firm favourite with locals, celebrities and guests alike, or venture further afield and experience delicious dishes from one of the nearby hidden gems – just one of the many tailored itinerary options that can be created for guests can enjoy.

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Loews Regency New York

Located on New York’s famous Park Avenue, Loews Regency New York is a destination luxury hotel with convenient access to Manhattan’s upscale Upper East Side. An iconic art deco design flows throughout the hotel along with all the first-class amenities a guest would expect from this well reputed hotel name. Accommodation comprises over 300 spacious guestrooms and stunning suites – with signature suites offering the ultimate space for a residential style stay with many boasting a city view or balcony. The Regency Bar and Grill is the hotel’s signature restaurant where guests can enjoy breakfast, lunch, dinner and cocktails in stylish surroundings.  Sant Ambroeus Coffee Bar embraces coffee culture; Italian-inspired yet quintessential New York. Guests can sit-in or take-away signature pastries, sandwiches and coffee. The hotel boasts many top-class facilities including a state of the art fitness centre, complete with Peloton bikes. The hotel is pet and extremely family friendly and pays special attention to these treasured guests.

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The Ritz Carlton New York

For elite townhouse luxury, on Central Park’s doorstep, book a Beaux-Arts Suite at The Ritz Carlton. It’s recently been redesigned by Gilles & Boissier, incorporating the building’s history and artwork by native New Yorkers. The refined hotel also has a new spa, the Swiss-inspired La Prairie,  and a Club Lounge perfect for a little caviar and champagne. Its accolades are numerous, including 14 Forbes Travel Guide Five Star Hotel Awards, a AAA Five Diamond Award and many appearances on the Condé Nast Traveler Gold List.

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The Chatwal, A luxury collection

The Chatwal on 44th offers a boutique art deco base close to the bright lights of Times Square and Broadway. The 20th-century building was re-launched in 2010 and renewed by master architect Thierry Despont. Of the 44 suites, 14 are themed and all feature 400 thread count linen. Feast on classic American dishes at the Lamb’s Grill as you enjoy the city skyline through 20ft viewing windows, work out at any time of day or night and treat yourself to a massage at the MYND Spa & Salon.

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Four Seasons Hotel New York

Arrive by a Four Seasons private jet or Rolls Royce and stay in a suite in the sky, at this Manhattan landmark, perfect for very special occasions. Designed by architect I.M. Pei, the 52-storey hotel on billionaires row, offers panoramic views enabling you to wake up, work out and dine among the Big Apple’s skyscrapers. It fuses modern and art deco styles with its high ceilings and geometric patterns. The dining options are suitably cosmopolitan for an internationally renowned chain – don’t miss the Japanese breakfast in bed and Ty Bar’s exclusive, barrel-aged bourbon.

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Sofitel New York

Another big name luxury chain, Sofitel can be found close to the Rockefeller centre. There are 398 rooms – show fans will particularly love the Tony Awards suite full of Broadway memorabilia and with its own terrace – all in a 1940s Manhattan-Parisienne style, as designed by Pierre-Yves Rochon. Robert Hohmann leads the culinary offer with Gaby Brasserie and Bar and you can even catch occasional exhibitions at the Sofitel. Both Yahoo! UK Style and The Telegraph described this as one of New York’s most romantic hotels, making it ideal for a honeymoon, wedding venue or anniversary break.

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The NoMad Hotel

Chic yet bohemian Parisienne style can be found at The NoMad – part of the Grand Luxury Hotel group – in the Flatiron district. Built in 1903, but renovated in 2012, it’s a relatively low rise option (12 storeys) for those who prefer a more boutique feel than the big-name skyscraper hotels. 168 stylish rooms feature custom bathrobes and slippers by Frette, handmade rugs, hardwood floors, original art pieces, Italian bedding, and some have claw-foot tubs. If you’re not staying here, make a point of stopping by to check its phenomenal 24ft solid mahogany bar, as well as its Michelin starred eatery.

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Lotte New York Palace

One of 30 hotels in the Lotte group, this one has a privileged position on Madison Avenue. It’s often the venue of choice for US society weddings and high-end conferences, beloved by locals and visitors. The Palace presents immaculate timeless luxury, with 909 soft inviting bedrooms and opulent en-suite marble bathrooms. If you plan to stay for longer than a fortnight, the suites accommodate extended breaks, providing your home from home. Guests can escape the bustle of the city at the hotel’s Spa Splendor, and choose from three delightful dining options, along with two regal bars.

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1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge

If you’d rather look out onto Manhattan than stay there, opt for the super trendy 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge. As the name suggests, it sits in the shadow of what is arguably the world’s most famous crossing, with stunning city and waterside vistas. Farm-to-table, sustainable cooking awaits at The Osprey, Harriet’s Rooftop and Lounge and Neighbors artisan cafe. Nurture your mind, body and spirit with a visit to Bamford Haybarn Spa, try boxing, yoga or book some expert personal training sessions. There are frequent events such as Full Moon parties, films, talks and environmentally focused activities. When it’s time for bed, rest your head on 100% organic sheets and custom Keetsa mattresses, surrounded by industrial urban chic.

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Mandarin Oriental New York

Mandarin Oriental has long borne a reputation as expert hoteliers, with fans including stars such as Gary Barlow, Rami Malek, Christian Louboutin Dame Helen Mirren. You too can live like a celebrity at their impressive Manhattan residence, with glittering views from its floor to ceiling windows (some overlook Central Park or the Hudson). Opt for a luxe suite for the comfort of your own living area, or one of the 244 other rooms and suites. Eat and drink at one of three in-house venues, take a swim in the indoor pool and bliss out at the large spa. The Mandarin Oriental is an ideal spot for those discovering NYC for the first time.

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The Peninsula

Located at the fashionable address of Fifth Avenue and 55th Street, The Peninsula is well placed for some of the best shopping on the planet. Evoking an atmosphere of both glamour and class, the stunning neo-Italian Renaissance architecture by Hiss and Weeks incorporates limestone carvings, copper cornices and Doric columns. It’s especially loved by couples, in part due to its wonderful rooftop cocktail bar, Salon de Ning, serving sophisticated Asian food. Gourmet dining can be found at Clement and Gotham Lounge (named after the hotel’s original incarnation The Gotham Hotel).

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The St. Regis New York

Founded by John Jacob Astor, the graceful St Regis is part of the Marriot group and steeped in recent history. The country’s first Bloody Mary was made here, at the King Cole Bar and the building was declared a New York City Landmark in 1988. Stay in a Tiffany, Dior, or Bentley designer suite, where your butler is on hand for any requests – as is a chauffeur-driven Bentley House Car for some fancy sightseeing. There’s a regal, almost regency air about the place, making it popular as a wedding destination hotel.

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The New York EDITION

Constructed in 1909 as Metropolitan Life Insurance Company’s headquarters, this Edition hotel was once a clock tower. It’s since taken on a new lease of life as a boutique hotel, spa and Michelin-starred restaurant with epic 365-degree views. From the dark oak wood-panelled foyers, 273 guest rooms can be found, offering a contemporary style with neutral palettes. Located in Madison Square Park, this hotel takes a thoroughly modern approach – it’s a doggie-friendly establishment, and has everything from cooking classes to social pours and Haiku nights. The Bar, attached to The Clocktower Restaurant, is a jewel in the hotel’s crown with a fibreglass globe chandelier, 24k gold leaf bar and carved plaster ceilings.

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The Whitby New York

The Whitby is an eclectic, funky addition to Tim and Kit Kemp’s British Firmdale Hotel group. Located in the upper midtown, this is the place to be for lovers of innovative contemporary art and design. It has its own state-of-the-art screening room, as well as a gym, drawing room, meeting rooms, restaurant, bar and orangery. It’s very family-friendly too, providing popcorn and movies, board games, books, cribs and special slippers, bathrobes & toiletries for little ones. There’s a programme of hip, cutting-edge events and you can even hire the entire top floor as your own two-bedroom, two-fireplace suite with a dining room and outdoor terrace.

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