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  • 1
    The Waldorf Astoria

    The Waldorf Astoria

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    36 reviews

    The Waldorf-Astoria is probably the most famous and illustrious of all of New York's hotels. The original building was constructed by the Astor family on the site of the Empire State Building, while the current building is located a few blocks from Grand Central Station on Park Avenue. Along the with Chrysler Building, it's one of New York's finest examples ...

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  • 2
    Hotel Chelsea -- CLOSED

    Hotel Chelsea -- CLOSED

    Hotel Class:
    4
    7 reviews

    A legend, now closed pending re-development and thus a chapter closes on the city's cultural history. I stayed here the first time I ever visited New York back in the 1980s. The colour scheme was best described as nicotine yellow, the accommodations basic and the bathrooms made you feel inclined to skip washing. But where else could you run into ...

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  • 3
    The Plaza

    The Plaza

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    34 reviews

    This iconic hotel has it all: elegant accommodations, gorgeous location, great dining and shopping, and an excellent event center. I recently attended a business event in the grand ballroom and was astounded by the quality. This hotel knows how to do it right.

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  • 4
    The St. Regis Hotel, New York

    The St. Regis Hotel, New York

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    10 reviews

    Where the very first bloody mary was created (in the old king cole bar) as the legend goes, St. Regis NYC IS legendary in its own rite. Walking inside is stepping into a time tunnel and be transported into the heyday of when money could buy what isn't possible today. When steel magnates, oil barons, financiers ran the world! This ...

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  • 5
    The Pierre

    The Pierre

    Hotel Class:
    4
    9 reviews

    An Upper East Side institution which just oozes old money. The place is steeped in Manhattan history: despite a lavish opening and being the talk of the town in 1930, the Great Depression eventually took its toll on the original owner three years later. In 1938 John Paul Getty bought the place and in the 1950s the place was at ...

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  • 6
    New York Palace Hotel

    New York Palace Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    10 reviews

    After its lavish $140 million transformation, The New York Palace Hotel wows its guests with its stunning new look. The former host of Gossip Girl, this New York classic is a legend that never fails to impress. Stay in one of the last 14 floors in The Towers for exclusive, complimentary treats and unbelievable skyline views. Given the hotel suites ...

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  • 7
    InterContinental New York Barclay

    InterContinental New York Barclay

    Hotel Class:
    4
    5 reviews

    I used to tutor a girl here who took the train in from the Hamptons with her mother for SAT lessons. I love the neighborhood: brownstones and quiet tree-lined streets. You always notice the Barclay because of the flags out front. The rooms are stately and elegant. Definitely an old school place.

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  • 8
    Park Central

    Park Central

    Hotel Class:
    4
    5 reviews

    The Park Central is one of the finest hotels in New York. Located on 59th and 7th directly south of Central Park, the Park Central commands an excellent view of Central Park. It sits at the heart of one of the city's most illustrious districts, on the same street as the Plaza Hotel. I never stayed at the hotel myself ...

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  • 9
    Jumeirah Essex House

    Jumeirah Essex House

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    6 reviews

    I could live here! It's my fav hotel in NYC. I love staying in the suites and ordering pancakes in the morning or running over to Sarabeth's for challah French toast. Order the French press coffee and snuggle under the 600 thread count bed sheets.

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  • 10
    Algonquin Hotel

    Algonquin Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    4 reviews

    A venerable New York hotel with decades of Big Apple anecdotes at its shoulders. This is where the New Yorker magazine was born, and where the Algonquin Round Table met for its daily repartee. Ask the staff for their stories, you'll want to sit down and listen for hours.

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  • 11
    Peninsula New York

    Peninsula New York

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    6 reviews

    Excellence defined, the Peninsula is a dependably fantastic hotel located in a great and classic spot on 5th avenue, only a stones-throw away from Tiffany & Co, Gucci, Henri Bendel and lots of the other great stalwarts of luxury. The phenomenal Peninsula Spa provides reason enough alone to love this hotel and the constantly high level of comfort, combined with ...

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  • 12
    The Ritz-Carlton New York, Central Park

    The Ritz-Carlton New York, Central Park

    Hotel Class:
    5
    5 reviews

    I'd probably give this 6 stars if I could. There's really little to say ... The Ritz-Carlton lives up to it's name here in New York. My experience was a little different since I didn't have to foot the bill, and from what I understand it's quite expensive. It's a once in a life time experience to stay at the ...

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  • 13
    The New Yorker Hotel

    The New Yorker Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    11 reviews

    Awesome views of the town outside your window when staying at this historical landmark.

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  • 14
    The Gershwin Hotel

    The Gershwin Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    3 reviews

    This hotel really takes its history seriously. A landmark building, the Gershwin is situated in what used to be the Tin Pan Alley, where Gershwin and other composers created the pop songs that dominated the 1930s and 1940s. Today, the Gershwin shares the block with the Museum of Sex - a fittingly bizarre combo. The hotel's exterior architecture is quite ...

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  • 15
    Sohotel

    Sohotel

    Hotel Class:
    4
    5 reviews

    As soon as I walked into the lobby I felt like I was in a trendy place which is fitting considering it's right in the middle of several great neighborhoods - Little Italy, Lower East Side and Nolita. But as trendy as it seems you will notice that there is a lot of old world charm and their respect for ...

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  • 16
    Sugar Hill Harlem Inn

    Sugar Hill Harlem Inn

    4.5
    3 reviews

    Walk up the hill past Alexander Hamilton's bright yellow house (a national landmark) and find your way to the Sugar Hill Harlem Inn, a bed and breakfast in a historic building from 1900. The hotel celebrates the neighborhood from long before it was known as the Harlem it became and is today, noting its existence before popular movements like the ...

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  • 17
    Hotel 17

    Hotel 17

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    2 reviews

    Take a step back in history when entering the wood-paneled and elegantly carpeted entryway of Hotel 17. Don't be fooled by the 100s of Broadway and tour bus pamphlets lining the hall, an authentic neighborhood experience is easy at these Gramercy accommodations. An old elevator helps lift luggage to the upper floors and staircases with vintage banisters give off a ...

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  • 18
    Empire Hotel

    Empire Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4
    9 reviews

    Very cool place with a lot of history, but its a little dark an old so if you are looking for a clean, new hotel to stay at.. this isn't it.

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  • 19
    The Stonewall Inn

    The Stonewall Inn

    4.5
    3 reviews

    Great history but the bar itself isn't that interesting. That said, this is still the political center of the bar scene and a great place to be for big announcements / during pride. The community definitely rallies together here.

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  • 20
    The Jane

    The Jane

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    10 reviews

    This was so unusual! The rooms are like ship cabins and around 50 sq feet. It is an inexpensive alternative to pricey NYC hotels. An important detail is that you share bathrooms with other people so they are down the hall. If you are ok with that then this is a trendy, interesting alternative.

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