New York City Hotels

From boutique neighbourhood hotels to large ones in bustling centres, New York’s hotels fit every style and budget.

duane-street-minted-thumbThe Duane Street Hotel ($$$)
Venture off the beaten path and go boutique in the heart of Tribeca at a cool and cozy 43-room hotel that’s the right mix of modern meets residential.
130 Duane Street, New York, NY, 212-964-4600, duanestreethotel.com
Read Travel & Style’s review.
eventi-hotel-thumbEventi ($$$)
Just blocks away from major tourist attractions, this boutique Chelsea hotel boosts spacious bedrooms, a daily complimentary wine hour, and connects to the neighbourhood’s public plaza showcasing the latest in art and entertainment.
851 Avenue of the Americas, New York NY, 212-564-4567, eventihotel.com
gansevorrt-thumbnailGansevoort Meatpacking ($$$)
If the Meatpacking district is where the party is, then the Gansevoort is the centre of the action. With its swanky downtown style and never-ending lines to get in, plan to see and be seen.
18 9th Avenue, New York, NY, 212-206-6700, gansevoorthotelgroup.com
Read Travel & Style’s review.
gramercy-park-hotel-thumbnailThe Gramercy Park Hotel ($$$$)
If a hotel with character is what you’re looking for the Gramercy Park Hotel has it in spades, along with luxury and amazing service for good measure.
2 Lexington Ave, New York, NY, 866-784-1300, gramercyparkhotel.com
Read Travel & Style’s review.
intercontinentalIntercontinental Times Square ($$)
Ideally located in the heart of Times Square where all the action happens, this big name hotel also comes with some amazing views and service.
300 West 44th Street, New York, NY, 877-660-550, ihg.com/intercontinental
Read Travel & Style’s review.
nomad-hotelThe NoMad Hotel ($$$$)
A fresh take on classic European style, the interiors are opulent and amenities thoughtful. Foodies rejoice. The hotel’s restaurant is led by Chef Daniel Humm and Will Guidara of the famed three-Michelin Star restaurant Eleven Madison Park.
1170 Broadway & 28th Street, New York NY, 212-796-1500, thenomadhotel.com
tribeca-grand-thumbTribea Grand Hotel ($$$)
A plush retreat from the city’s hustle and bustle, its mid-20th century design hints at a decadent era of past. Before calling it a night, be sure to have a drink at Church Bar, if only to awe at the soaring eight-storey atrium.
2 Avenue of the Americas, New York NY, 212-519-6600, tribecagrandhotel.com