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  • 1
    The Standard, High Line

    The Standard, High Line

    63 reviews
    Very Good! - 81% of guests recommend

    Great place to stay for out-of-towners: close to shopping, great restaurants and nightlife. Pretty views and something always happening at this hotel for non-stop entertainment.

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    Dream Downtown Hotel

    Dream Downtown Hotel

    53 reviews
    Good! - 79% of guests recommend

    Want to experience NYC from a view than compares to none other? Check out PhD (the Penthouse and the Dream Hotel)!!

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    Ace Hotel NYC

    Ace Hotel NYC

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    43 reviews
    Very Good! - 84% of guests recommend

    Lovely people, friendly atmosphere and you can imagine the coffee is stellar as well. The decor is modern and fashionable. Great lobby.

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    The Plaza

    The Plaza

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    34 reviews

    A Manhattan landmark and one of my favourite destinations for when I'm feeling like a really naughty treat. I check in to the Fitzgerald Suite on the 18th floor, shut my eyes and pretend it's the age of the flappers. So, to be fair, the decor isn't the original roaring 20's interior - it was made over by costume designer ...

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    The Waldorf Astoria

    The Waldorf Astoria

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    36 reviews
    Good! - 79% of guests recommend

    Wonderful old school and traditional hotel, the Waldorf and its classic exterior AND interior truly exudes, no, oozes old world elegance inside and out.

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    New York Marriott Marquis

    New York Marriott Marquis

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    29 reviews
    Very Good! - 83% of guests recommend

    My favorite hotel in NYC. It's expensive but I got a Times Square facing room and was in heaven! The gym and restaurant are really nice. Lounge is also nice. It was a pain to switch elevators to get to certain places.

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    W New York - Times Square

    W New York - Times Square

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    21 reviews
    Very Good! - 80% of guests recommend

    W Hotel at the Times Square is a trendy and fun place – the waterfall wall that you see before you even get to the hotel lobby is a prelude of what you are about to experience. The lobby bar area is a great place to get together with your friends even if you are not staying at the hotel, ...

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    Hudson Hotel

    Hudson Hotel

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    29 reviews
    Fair - 72% of guests recommend

    Lovely public spaces. Convenient to Midtown / Times Square. The rates have dropped quite a bit so that it is actually reasonable value. Regardless, I hate this place. The rooms are tiny (as-in, you can touch both walls) and the staff here are abysmal. The hotel can also get quite loud. Walls are thin and the guests here like to ...

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    Soho House New York

    Soho House New York

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    20 reviews

    Soho House is the premiere hub for brilliant entrepreneurs and movers and shakers in New York. I always enjoy coming to Soho House because I know I will be able to engage in energized discussion with other like-minded passionate individuals. Their cultural events are always some of the best around and there is always someone interesting to meet.

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    Soho Grand Hotel

    Soho Grand Hotel

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    21 reviews
    Very Good! - 84% of guests recommend

    One of my favorite New York City hotels. Love the decor, the rooms are small but cozy and the cocktails are uh-mayzing! Can't beat the location...

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    Four Seasons Hotel New York

    Four Seasons Hotel New York

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    17 reviews
    Excellent! - 87% of guests recommend

    What I liked: - Lobby lighting is perfectly dim. Very calming from the hustle and bustle on the streets - Their restaurant L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon is a must if you're staying there, or even if you're not. One of the best restaurants in the city. - Nice and big rooms - Staff respects your privacy, but is there if ...

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    Hotel Gansevoort

    Hotel Gansevoort

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    19 reviews
    Good! - 79% of guests recommend

    The Hotel Gansevoort has definitely made a name for itself in New York City. It's trendy and chic, and the club upstairs is always a fun place to spend the night.

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    Trump International Hotel and Tower

    Trump International Hotel and Tower

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    17 reviews
    Excellent! - 88% of guests recommend

    Trump finally has some class

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    W New York

    W New York

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    18 reviews
    Fair - 73% of guests recommend

    The W on Lexington is the original W Hotel, her started the legend. Nice hotel, great location, try to avoid the cosy rooms, who are really cozy. The grass in the coridors is a nice asset.

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    W New York - Union Square

    W New York - Union Square

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    13 reviews
    Very Good! - 83% of guests recommend

    The W New York - Union Square is an instantly recognizable hotel due to the big name on its roof. The area, near NYU, is pretty crowded with students and tourists alike. You'll have a great time exploring the area.

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    Hostelling International - New York

    Hostelling International - New York

    15 reviews
    Very Good! - 83% of guests recommend

    What an amazing deal for a hostel. Located two blocks from the Subway station, it's incredibly easy to get anywhere from here. It's proximity to Central Park is also really nice. I did a lot of walking to and from here, and had a fantastic time. There's not a lot out during the nighttime save for a McDonald's and some ...

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    The Westin New York at Times Square

    The Westin New York at Times Square

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    14 reviews
    Very Good! - 83% of guests recommend

    Wow!!

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    The NoMad Hotel

    The NoMad Hotel

    11 reviews
    Excellent! - 89% of guests recommend

    Great place to grab a drink before/after dinner, especially in the Library, a couple cocktails feature this Venezuelan rum which is delicious. The restaurant looks like it would be good to. Will definitely be back.

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    Tribeca Grand Hotel

    Tribeca Grand Hotel

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    12 reviews
    Excellent! - 85% of guests recommend

    Stunning hotel in one of the best neighborhoods in Manhattan. Tribeca Grand boasts many venue options, perfect for throwing a special get together. Their Theater is one of my favorite amenities. Keep an eye out for a Gogobot exclusive event here!

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    Yotel, New York

    Yotel, New York

    12 reviews

    The beds are super uncomfortable. However, it is really cool because you feel like you are on a spaceship. It is a great place for brunch or drinks, but not so much to stay.

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New York City Hotel Insider
New York City is an exciting metropolis and one of the world’s largest urban playgrounds, offering everything from theaters and museums to one of the country’s largest city parks. As such, NYC attracts an estimated 48 million tourists per year, many looking for a place to hang their hat during their stay. To accommodate those who would like to get some rest in the City That Never Sleeps, there are more than 90,000 rooms in hotels in Manhattan and the surrounding boroughs that range from suitable-for-a-short-stay to downright opulent.

New York City Attractions and Neighborhoods
There is no shortage of things to do in NYC. Whether you choose to stay in Greenwich Village or in the heart of Times Square, there will be plenty of activities and attractions within walking distance or a quick cab or subway ride away. If you love theater, you’ll find that hotels such as The Manhattan at Times Square Hotel, Hilton New York, the Marriott Marquis, The Milford Plaza, and the Mandarin Oriental are among the most convenient to Broadway shows and to the hundreds of restaurants in the Midtown area. All are fairly close to other popular venues as well, including Madison Square Garden and the Jacob Javits Center. These areas are also a good base for many New York City tours. If you’re headed to NYC to explore Lower Manhattan, where you’ll find the South Street Seaport, Ground Zero, Wall Street, Battery Park, and the Brooklyn Bridge, lodging options are numerous in that area as well. Many hotels are also walking distance to the Circle Line ferry that takes guests to the Statue of Liberty and the Ellis Island Immigration Center. Of course, the city is also known for its incredible food and you’ll find some of the best restaurants in NYC in hotels. Many are very well known, like Nougatine at Jean Georges in the Trump Tower, Oscar’s or Peacock Alley at the Waldorf-Astoria, or the Palm Court at the Plaza, where you can also enjoy a delightful afternoon tea.

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