The world's most vibrant and exciting city, 'the city that never sleeps’, New York has become popular as a short-break destination. And Manhattan’s Midtown is a great place to stay. Not only is it in the centre of things, but it’s also home to the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, MOMA, Broadway and Times Square. There are a lot of hotels here, but our Guru’s have saved you the trouble of trawling though them by creating a list of the best Midtown Manhattan Hotels.
Midtown stretches south from 59th Street, but its southerly border isn’t universally agreed, and could be anywhere from 34th Street to 14th Street. However all our Guru’s recommendations for the best Midtown Manhattan hotels are above 34th Street, so you’ll be well within the boundaries whichever of our best Midtown Manhattan hotels you choose.
The Algonquin Hotel is a New York icon, which has hosted the world’s cultural and artistic elite on their visits to Manhattan.
The Hotel Elysee is an elegant and intimate old hotel, formerly the host to Manhattan’s literary elite, and has a stylish bar and is surrounded by decent restaurants. Or try the Chambers Hotel, a luxurious, contemporary hotel perfectly located for all the main sights.
The Casablanca Hotel has uniquely Moroccan decor and an enviable location just steps from Times Square, or there’s the Library Hotel, a peaceful spot with a literary theme, obviously, with themed rooms, a poetry garden and a writer’s den.
The Hotel Giraffe is a stylish boutique hotel which offers complimentary breakfasts and complementary cheese and wine six evenings a week. Or for something a bit more hip try the Dream Hotel, a modern spot with quirky touches and its own night club and roof terrace with views of Times Square.
Historic Manhattan hotel and host to the city's artistic and cultural elite. Old-world charm and contemporary comforts to suit anyone on business or leisure. The hotel was newly refurbished in 2004 but retains its original opulent charm.
An individual and stylish hotel just steps from Times Square. The funky Moroccan themed rooms and opulent old school bars featuring live piano sets, will transport you to another time. A warm and welcoming spot in an enviable location - perfect for a charming city stay.
The Elysee, formerly a host to Manhattan's literary elite, has retained its iconic old world charm. The suites feature French style furnishings, rich fabrics and plush carpets. The Monkey Bar has become one of Midtown's most iconic and hip bars. Classy, elegant and intimate.
Luxurious boutique hotel with outstanding service. Rooms in neutral tones ooze understated elegance - chocolate leather headboards and pearlized platinum walls. Complimentary breakfasts and complimentary wine and cheese every evening except Sunday. A hotel with sophistication and urban style.
A modern hotel with quirky touches - perfectly located for a Manhattan getaway. A variety of smartly decorated bedrooms and a guesthouse suite. Cool night club spot on the roof top terrace with panoramic views of Times Square and a popular cocktail bar. A lively destination.
A book-lovers' paradise between Grand Central and Bryant Park. Literary themed rooms and writer's den. The rooftop bar and poetry garden offer excellent cocktails and city views. Complimentary continental breakfast is served in the Reading Room. A truly unique place to absorb art and culture.
A successful blend of cool and luxury in this dynamic, contemporary-style hotel