The 25 Best Hotel Views in New York

New York is home to a lot of great views, it’s just a fantastic, lively skyline to admire. You’ve got your obvious contenders for views and for viewing, like the Empire State Building and the Brooklyn Bridge, the Rockefeller Centre, the One World Observatory or the roof garden of the Metropolitan Museum of Art - all of these are great places for looking out and down. Or for views closer to ground level where you can look out and up you could try the Staten Island Ferry, Belvedere Castle in Central Park where they have telescopes on hand, the Meatpacking District’s The High Line park or the Gantry Plaza State Park - it might not ring a bell but it’s the star of many films. But you could also plan to stay in one of the hotels with our Guru’s choices for 25 of the best hotel views in New York, and potentially see a fantastic view out of your own hotel room window - or from the hotel roof terrace.

The 25 Best Hotel Views in New York

Classic New York Hotel Views

Hotel Elysee

The Hotel Elysee was once hosted Manhattan’s literary elite - most famously Tennessee Williams, who spent his final years living here. It’s classy, elegant and intimate so you can see why people lived here. The suites feature French style furnishings, rich fabrics and plush carpets and the Monkey Bar has become one of Midtown's most iconic and hip bars.

The Carlyle Hotel is a luxurious, landmark hotel on the Upper East Side, they say it’s: ‘a showcase of great art, a purveyor of privacy and a sanctuary of refined taste’. Expect opulence, but in a timeless, classic style, plus great views and maybe a piano in your room. And before you book into The Carlyle Hotel you should check out the newly revamped cafe’s performance schedule, you might get a chance to see Eartha Kitt or Woody Allen’s New Orleans Jazz Band.

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Soho House New York

Soho House New York has the name because of the other Soho, the one in London, as this is the New York outpost of Soho House, the London Private Members Club. But, as with the majority of their properties, you don’t have to be a member to stay here and enjoy the epitome of cool that this band has come to represent. In the case of Soho House New York you’ve got the cool associated with the location in the Meatpacking district, the cool of their 44-seater private cinema, their heated rooftop pool and there’s a great spa. Plus, just 24 rooms, and all of them different.

The Refinery Hotel is not a luxury hotel converted from an oil refinery, but a hat factory. The 197 plush rooms have high ceilings, hardwood floors, contemporary artworks and some offer views of the Empire State Building. The industrial conversion vibe is mixed with a suave contemporary flare to great effect.

Crosby Street Hotel

The Crosby Street Hotel is an achingly cool, 86 room SoHo hotel loved by celebrities and design addicts for it’s chic Kit Kemp interiors. You’re surrounded by cool, with original art on the walls and an impressive list of celebrity guests - including James Bond himself, but yet the hotel is on quite a quiet street, and the main event of most rooms are the floor-to-ceiling views of Manhattan’s skyline.

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The Surrey

The Surrey is a grand and gracious, five star Upper East Side hotel with a fantastic Art Deco inspired lobby, a private roof garden, an exceptional spa and a decadent bar. Plus you’re right on the doorstep of Central Park close to some of New York’s best restaurants.

The Maritime Hotel

The Maritime Hotel has really taken the nautical theme and run with it throughout its 125 cabin-style rooms and suites, it’s library, lounge, it’s pool, cafe, bar and both restaurants, and all the way out its porthole shaped windows overlooking the Hudson River. And they have a 10,000square foot terrace.

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Archer New York

About a mile from Times Square and just four blocks up from the Empire State Building, the Archer New York offer a quirky blend of downtown-style industrial chic and uptown decorative influences. The 180 rooms are modern and there’s a cool rooftop bar called Spyglass - named for its panoramic views.

The Standard

The Standard is tall, thin and covered in windows, so you have views from every room - even from the comfort of your bath. The decor is chic, and a bit edgy to suit the neighbourhood, and the bar and restaurant are places to be seen in, as well as to enjoy hip all-American food. The 18th floor lounge has 360degree views, and becomes a nightclub after 9pm.

The Roxy Hotel TriBeCa offers downtown chic in it’s most classic form, from its in-house cinema to its suave roof terrace and sleek, mid-century and modern rooms all fitted out with the latest technology. This is the sister hotel to the SoHo Grand just two blocks away, and two blocks makes for some difference when it comes to design aesthetics. This is a lively place frequented by beautiful people, yourself included.

Arlo Soho

Arlo Soho is a 325 room boutique hotel with plenty of light and plenty of beautiful wood furniture. Rooms have their own fridge, or you can enjoy a drink and excellent food in the rooftop bar. The best rooms have balconies with more incredible views. If you like mid-century design you’ll like it here.

Hotel Hugo

The Hotel Hugo is a retro delight, with 122 rooms designed by architect Marcello Pozzi and decorated with custom-made Italian furnishings. You’re on the edge of SoHo with views of the Hudson River and the skyline of Downtown Manhattan, which you can really enjoy from the double storey rooftop bar.

The Hotel on Rivington is close to Wall Street and the World Trade Centre, SoHo, TriBeCa and Chinatown, and it’s about five minutes from Little Italy. It’s also hip and youthful, with floor-to-ceiling window and bright, modern furnishings. The restaurant is a fusion of an America brasserie and a sushi restaurant.

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Gansevoort Meatpacking

Gansevoort Meatpacking is a vibrant, 186 room hotel with a fantastic rooftop pool and terrace with 360degree views of New York, a relaxing spa and a reputation being being a fun place after dark. The decor is modern in a 60s way and stylish, with an industrial feel that goes with the area, and rooms have big windows and high ceilings. The bistro is good too.

NoMad is calling itself an art boutique hotel, but whatever the title it’s super stylish, hip and arty, and in a great location close to Madison Park, just five blocks from the Empire State Building. As well as 168 rooms, great views, a lively bar and a refined restaurant, Nomad also has a two-story library and plenty of art by local artists.

MADE Hotel

MADE Hotel is super cool, from its leafy, coffee shop/ cocktail bar lobby to its reclaimed walnut floors, brushed concrete walls and rooftop bar and terrace with show-stopping views of New York and superb food.

The Hotel Americano is the creation of Enriques Norten, an award-winning Mexican architect, and his efforts have resulted in an ultra-stylish, urban hotel with some old fashioned comforts like natural materials, warm lightings, hot tubs and fireplaces. Plus there’s a choice of restaurants including a roof terrace with a grill and outdoor patio.

Dream Downtown

Dream Downtown is in a fantastic spot on the border of Chelsea and the Meatpacking District and has a trendy, industrial vibe that suits both, with large portal windows, metallic walls and tiled floors. It has two nightclubs downstairs and one rooftop pool upstairs.

SoHo Grand Hotel

The SoHo Grand Hotel is in lively, fashionable SoHo, and is a sumptuous, elegantly designed 353 room hotel - think the gilded cage of the 1870s meets the lux. fashion of the 1970s? Perfect for your average ultra-chic New Yorker, with the original artworks, the stylish bar, sophisticated club and acclaimed restaurant. Plus, if you didn’t bring your pet you can ask for a complimentary goldfish?

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Westhouse Hotel

The Westhouse Hotel is technically closer to MoMA than Times Square, but this exclusive hotel’s location is just really convenient for a lot of places, Central Park and Times Square included. Channeling rich 1920s glamour with a touch of Art Deco, it boasts crystal chandeliers, polished wooden floors, a vintage speakeasy bar and al fresco dining on the 23rd floor.

The Dream Hotel has more going for it than just a great name, this modern hotel has 210 smartly decorated bedrooms and suites, a cool nightclub/ cocktail bar on the roof terrace with a panoramic view of Times Square, and quirky details - think a statue of Catherine the Great in the lobby and a two storey aquarium.

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The Roger

Stylish and recently renovated, The Roger is contemporary, elegant and in a great spot on Madison Avenue offering views of the Empire State Building from some of its cooly luxurious 194 rooms and suites - some even have a private balcony or terrace with ESB views. The lobby doubles and a bar and bistro offering a relaxed vibe and excellent cocktails.

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1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge

1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge is a contemporary design hotel with wood-hewn furniture, clean lines and fantastic views! You’re right by the Brooklyn Bridge Promenade with views across to the Statue of Liberty and Manhattan.

For around $200 per night you can stay at McCarren Hotel & Pool, at Greenpoint, overlooking McCarren Park, with one of New York’s largest outdoor saltwater pools on the premises. The views are leafy in the foreground and the Manhattan skyline is in the background. The rooms are clean and elegant and there’s an elegant roof terrace and a restaurant with a Michelin-starred chef.

The William Vale

The William Vale is in uber-cool Williamsburg, an 183 room modern hotel with sleek, futuristic interiors and floor to ceiling windows.The rooftop pool is New York’s largest, and the hip, happening bar draws crowds of a Saturday night. Plus the restaurant menu is prepared by two of the city’s top chefs.

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CitizenM New York

CitizenM New York is another in that set of innovative, modern, no-frills-hotels-with-funky-design-frills. It’s about one minute from Times Square, has wall-to-wall windows and a panoramic rooftop bar.

If you haven’t found you idea of the best hotel view in New York on our Guru’s list of 25 you could try:

The 25 Best Hotel Views in New York

  • Hotel Elysee 100 rooms from £164

    New York

    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.

    Great walks  -  Central Park is under ten minutes from the hotel with plenty of trails for walking, running and cycling.
    Lively  -  Hip and happening.
    Opulent
    Lively area  -  In the thick of the action.
    Recommended by  -  Frommers
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  • The Carlyle Hotel 190 rooms from £553

    New York

    Luxurious Upper East Side landmark hotel. The Carlyle is a timeless classic and a unique place to stay discover New York Upper East Side style. Opulent suites feature exquisite views of the park and grand pianos. Keep your finger on New York's pulse.

    Romantic Break  -  Romantic suites, chic in house restaurants and bars and proximity to Central Park make this a perfect getaway for two.
    City Style  -  Located in the Upper East Side, with chic art deco interiors it is a New York dream
    Traditional
    Grand Hotel
    Recommended by  -  Tablet, Fodors, Frommers, Kiwi Collection
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  • Hotel on Rivington 110 rooms from £206

    New York

    Youthful and modern hotel on the trendy Lower East Side, located near Wall Street and the World Trade Centre. The bright rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows with spectacular views and sleek furnishings. The restaurant blends American brasserie with sushi and adds to the liveliness of the hotel.

    Weddings  -  The Penthouse is a premier event space in NYC, with floor-to-ceiling glass, 3000 sq ft across three levels and panoramic views.
    Local exploring  -  5 minutes from Little Italy, and close to SoHo, Tribeca and Chinatown, with Ground Zero and Wall Street both 1 mile away.
    City Style  -  A youthful and hip hotel with spectacular views of the Financial District and the downtown bridges.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Recommended by  -  Tablet
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  • Refinery Hotel 197 rooms from £319

    New York

    A fabulous luxury hotel in a former hat factory, in New York's Garment District. Plush rooms boast high ceilings, hardwood floors, contemporary artworks and some offer views of the Empire State Building. The industrial conversion vibe is mixed with a suave contemporary flare to great effect.

    City Style  -  A fashionable hotel in the heart of the Garment District- boasting a jazz bar, buzzy restaurant and chic interiors
    Great walks  -  You are just moments from the lovely Bryant Park
    Lively  -  Hip and happening.
    Designer  -  Uniquely designed interiors.
    Recommended by  -  Small Luxury Hotels, Tablet
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  • Soho House New York 24 rooms from £389

    New York

    Exclusive luxury in lower Manhattan's hip Meatpacking district. Fantastic rooftop terrace with pool, 44-seater cinema, and delux spa. Soho House is the epitome of cool. What more could you want from a trendy trip to NYC. Enjoy the Soho House restaurant, bar and Cowshed spa.

    Bar  -  Rooftop bar situated near rooftop pool.
    Swimming Pool  -  Heated rooftop pool with bar
    Roof terrace
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Recommended by  -  Mr & Mrs Smith, I Escape, Kiwi Collection
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  • Crosby Street Hotel 86 rooms from £457

    New York

    This achingly chic hotel in Manhattan’s SoHo district attracts celebrities and design addicts alike with its cool interiors by Kit Kemp. Despite the enviable location, it’s on a quiet street so you can leave the city chaos behind. Service is impeccable while still being relaxed.

    Local exploring  -  Some of New York's best shopping, bars, cafes, restaurants and galleries are right on your doorstep
    Sitting Room  -  Residents only drawing room with honesty bar
    Sights nearby  -  A walk south-east of the hotel takes you to Little Italy.
    Designer  -  Uniquely designed interiors.
    Recommended by  -  Mr & Mrs Smith, I Escape, Fodors
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  • The Surrey 189 rooms from £330

    New York

    This grand and gracious 5* Upper East Side Manhattan hotel is not one to be outdone. The Art Deco inspired lobby features many unique modern art pieces. With a private roof garden, a decadent bar and surrounded by some of the city's best restaurant - this really is New York City Luxury.

    Artworks  -  31 original works of modern art dispersed through its private and public spaces.
    Bicycles available  -  Take advantage of the Hotel Bike Share Program
    Architectural  -  Interiors by design giant Lauren Rottet.
    City Style  -  Luxury, Upper East Side Manhattan Hotel
    Recommended by  -  Mr & Mrs Smith, Relais & Chateaux
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  • The Maritime Hotel 125 rooms from £263

    New York

    A funky and unique nautical themed hotel between Chelsea and the West Village. Compact cabin style rooms boast Queen beds and portholes overlooking the Hudson River. With two exceptional restaurants and the largest outdoor space of any New York hotel there is plenty of space for celeb spotting!

    City Style  -  A funky nautical themed hotel in the trendy meat packing district, with a fabulous restaurant drawing a hip crowd
    Close to nightlife  -  Just minutes from the meat packing district- filled with hip bars, clubs and nightlife spots
    Hotel Entertainment  -  The hotel's two restaurants and bar draw a lively and fun young crowd of hipsters and celebs
    Designer Shopping  -  Just a five minute walk away you will find the West Village, one of NY's top shopping areas
    Recommended by  -  Tablet
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  • Archer New York 180 rooms from £140

    New York

    Quirky hotel blending downtown-style brick walls and industrial spaces with uptown decorative influences, located in the Garment District just a mile from Times Square. The modern rooms are chic and delicately decorated, and the rooftop bar, Spyglass offers irresistible panoramic views.

    Local exploring  -  Just over a mile from Times Square, 5 minutes from Bryant Park and close to popular shops such as Tiffany & Co, Prada and Apple.
    City Style  -  Glamorous 22-story hotel in the heart of the Garment District with quirky, curated luxuries and decoration.
    Views  -  The bar on the 21st floor has fantastic views of the Chrysler and Empire State Buildings.
    Lively area  -  In the thick of the action.
    Recommended by  -  Tablet
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  • The Standard 338 rooms from £359

    New York (Meatpacking District)

    Oh-so chic rooms in the edgy ambient neighbourhood of Lower West Side. Ceiling to floor windows offer stunning views across New York, even from your bath tub. Hip all American food at the hotel restaurant and a 'to be seen in' bar. A hyper-modern way to experience New York.

    Romantic Break  -  Wonderfully indulgent suites feature romantic stand alone baths with stunning views and downstairs expect wonderful cuisine.
    City Style  -  A super trendy creation by Andre Balazs- achingly hip and housing one of New York's most sought after nightlife spots.
    Views  -  Great views of the skyline and Hudson Bay
    Romantic  -  Good for couples.
    Recommended by  -  Mr & Mrs Smith, Tablet, Fodors, Kiwi Collection
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  • Arlo Soho 325 rooms from £234

    New York

    The designer Arlo Hudson Square is located in Soho, Lower Manhattan. Boutique and light-filled accommodation with plenty of wooden influences. Rooms come with a fridge and some even have balconies. Enjoy a drink and the excellent food at the rooftop bar! A fun and friendly city stay.

    City Style  -  Arlo Hudson Square is the ultimate 'micro-hotel' oozing contemporary cool from its sleek, comfortable tight fit rooms!
    Local exploring  -  Make the most of your Soho location to see all that this amazing city has to offer
    Great walks  -  Wander around the city taking in its incredible buzz or head for a stroll through Central Park
    Sights nearby  -  Be sure to see the Empire State Building, Ellis Island and Ground Zero
    Recommended by  -  Mr & Mrs Smith
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  • Hotel Hugo 122 rooms from £180

    New York (Soho)

    Retro hotel decorated with custom-made Italian furnishings, designed by renowned architect Marcello Pozzi, located on the edge of the bustling shopping district of Soho. Brilliant views of the Hudson river and downtown skyline & a double-level rooftop bar. Stylish, sophisticated and spacious rooms.

    Local exploring  -  Times Square, Central Park and Broadway are all only a few miles away and the Hudson is even closer: perfect for local exploring
    City Style  -  Located in SoHo, NYC's downtown shopping district with plenty of designer brands, and 2.4 miles from Times Square.
    Views  -  Deluxe rooms on the West side of the buiding have brilliant views of the Hudson River, as does the roof terrace.
    Lively area  -  In the thick of the action.
    Recommended by  -  Mr & Mrs Smith, Tablet
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  • The Roxy Hotel Tribeca 203 rooms from £238

    New York

    The SoHo Grand’s cooler little sister - the ultimate in downtown chic. The in-house cinema, live music and suave roof top terrace all attract a fashionista crowd. Sleek, mid-century modern rooms, fitted with the latest technology. The relaxing Aire Ancient Baths are located just one block away.

    Pet friendly  -  Pets can stay with no additional charge
    City Style  -  Luxurious downtown chic
    Spa  -  Aire Ancient Baths, located just one block from the hotel
    House party feel  -  Noise from the lively bar downstairs
    Recommended by  -  Tablet
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  • Gansevoort Meatpacking 186 rooms from £174

    New York (Greenwich Village)

    Vibrant hotel in the Meatpacking District complete with relaxing spa, salon, pool and lively nightlife. The rooftop pool and bar terrace offer spectacular 360-degree views, and each stylishly decorated modern room has large windows and high ceilings. The Chester bistro also serves a delicious menu.

    Groups  -  The Meatpacking District is renowned for its nightlife: Gansevoort's bar and nightclub draw revelers from all over the city.
    City Style  -  The Meatpacking District is hedonistic and lively, offering fantastic shopping by day, and devilish entertainment by night.
    Local exploring  -  250 yards from High line Park, 500 yards from Chelsea Market, and well-connected to the sites of NYC.
    Spa breaks  -  The Exhale Fitness + Spa, provides the perfect opportunity for a relaxing spa break.
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  • MADE Hotel 108 rooms from £192

    New York (NY)

    A cool and collected hotel in the hip NoMad area of New York. The atmosphere is young and vibrant, from its leafy coffee shop/cocktail bar lobby to the reclaimed walnut floors and exposed concrete bedrooms. The rooftop bar and terrace offer show-stopping views and the food is by chef Greg Proechel.

    Local exploring  -  Located in the famed NoMad area with plenty to explore, and views of the Empire State Building from it's terrace bar
    City Style  -  A hip and happening hotel with uber cool interiors (and an excess of plantlife) that draws a young creative crowd
    Sights nearby  -  The Empire State Building is literally a stone's throw away, and so are many other imporatant NY sights
    Great walks  -  Wander down to Madison Square Park and explore this stunning stretch of greenery
    Recommended by  -  Mr & Mrs Smith, Tablet
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  • Hotel Americano 56 rooms from £188

    New York (Chelsea)

    New York based award-wining Mexican architect Enriques Norten designed the ultra stylish Hotel Americano in Manhattan's Chelsea District. Three types of uber cool urban bedrooms offered with natural materials, warm lighting, some with hot tubs & fireplaces. Roof terrace with grill and outdoor patio

    Restaurant  -  Super Trendy and contempoary restaruant serving French and Latin American cuisine
    Shops  -  Chelsea's art galleries, Chelsea Market and boutiques all close by
    Roof terrace  -  Stunning terrace with grill and city views
    Wifi
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  • NoMad 168 rooms from £319

    New York State

    This broadway and art boutique offers a lively bar and a two-storied library. Notably large, contemporary rooms house local artist works and show off with spectacular city views. Refined dining complimented by a renowned wine list. Very close to Madison Park, offering local exploring with ease.

    Sights nearby  -  Empire State Building - Travel five blocks north and 102 floors up, and you’ll be at the top of the Empire State Building.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Lively  -  Hip and happening.
    Local markets  -  Good for local colour.
    Recommended by  -  Tablet, Mr & Mrs Smith
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  • Dream Downtown 316 rooms from £198

    New York

    A trendy hotel in an enviable locality near both Chelsea and the Meatpacking district. Enormous rooms are industrial in feel with large portal windows, metallic walls and tiled floors. The rooftop hosts a glorious pool whilst downstairs you'll find two exclusive nightclubs. A lively spot.

    Local exploring  -  An uber trendy hotel (complete with rooftop pool) well located for accessing the Chelsea and Meatpacking districts.
    Sights nearby  -  Situated close to Union Square, Ground Zero and Madison Square Garden.
    Lively  -  Hip and happening.
    Swimming Pool  -  Indoor/outdoor
    Recommended by  -  Tablet
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  • SoHo Grand Hotel 355 rooms from £300

    New York

    Sumptuous and elegantly designed - the 1870’s Gilded Age meets 1970's luxury - catering to the ultra-chic New Yorker. Rooms have stunning views and are decorated with original artworks. Acclaimed cuisine, stylish bar and sophisticated club room. A chic urban paradise.

    Rooms with balcony/terrace  -  Two sprawling penthouse lofts
    Pet friendly  -  No fee for pets
    Sights nearby  -  Central location means sights of New York are on your doorstep
    Designer  -  Interior designs by celebrated interior designer Bill Sofield
    Recommended by  -  Tablet, Kiwi Collection
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  • WestHouse Hotel 172 rooms from £128

    New York

    Exclusive hotel in a fantastic location, a few minutes from Times Square and Central Park. Channeling rich 1920s glamour with a touch of Art Deco, it boasts crystal chandeliers and polished wooden floors. Designer decor in the rooms, a vintage speakeasy bar, and al fresco dining on the 23rd floor.

    City Style  -  Beautiful rooftop terrace, exclusive lounge and bar, and an award-winning concierge skilled at building specialised itineries.
    Families  -  A number of rooms are available that cater for children: double and connecting rooms which also provide childrens bathrobes.
    Local exploring  -  Located in Midtown Manhattan, an 8-minute walk from Times Square, and 3-minutes from Central Park.
    Designer  -  Uniquely designed interiors.
    Recommended by  -  Mr & Mrs Smith, Tablet, Small Luxury Hotels
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  • Dream Hotel 210 rooms from £203

    New York

    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.

    Local exploring  -  In the heart of New York - the city, broadway especially, is on your doorstep
    Families  -  Children under 17 staying in parents room stay free.
    Great walks  -  Central Park closeby
    Sights nearby  -  Times Square
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  • The Roger 194 rooms from £159

    New York

    Stylish, recently renovated hotel with contemporary and elegant designer furnishings & a fantastic location on Madison Ave. Many rooms have stunning views of the Empire State Building and private furnished terraces. Colourful, bright, and buzzy this hotel is perfect for a cool city break.

    Foodies  -  On the edge of Madison Square Park and the Flatiron District, which feature plenty of high-end restaurants and stylish bars.
    Local exploring  -  A little off the beaten track but well connected to the major tourist sites and buzzing with local offerings.
    Views  -  Some rooms with terraces have breath-taking views across Manhattan.
    City Style  -  A landmark location on Manhattan's Madison Avenue.
    Recommended by  -  Mr & Mrs Smith, Tablet
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  • 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge 194 rooms from £367

    New York (Brooklyn)

    1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge offers contemporary designer accommodation, right beside the famed Brooklyn Bridge Promenade. Think chic wooden furnishings, warm hues and superb views of the area. Kick back and enjoy a movie in the screening room after a busy day sightseeing. A perfect Eco break!

    Eco break  -  Almost entirely powered by wind, with more than half the building materials 'reclaimed' and free Teslas for guests to use!
    Romantic Break  -  Divine accommodation, gorgeous views and one of the world's liveliest cities on your doorstep-the ideal romantic getaway!
    Local exploring  -  1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge enjoys a wonderfully central location, just a short walk over the bridge from downtown Manhattan
    Great walks  -  Wander around New York's streets taking in its unique atmoshpere or head for a stroll around Central Park
    Recommended by  -  Mr & Mrs Smith, Tablet
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  • McCarren Hotel & Pool 64 rooms from £168

    New York (Brooklyn)

    Modern urban retreat renowned for its outdoor saltwater pool, one of the largest in New York City, overlooking leafy McCarren Park. Stylish, clean and modern rooms, an elegant rooftop terrace offering spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline, and the new restaurant boasts a Michelin-star chef.

    Active Holiday  -  With complimentary bicycles and one of the largest outdoor swimming pools in NYC, a great spot for an active city holiday.
    Foodies  -  Oleanders is a beautifully designed restaurant serving delicious food from a Michelin-starred chef.
    City Style  -  Located in Brooklyn, next to the McCarren Park, and well-connected to all the sights of Manhattan.
    Swimming Pool  -  Salt water pool, one of the largest outdoor swimming pools in NY City, 4,800 sq. ft. deck space, the perfect urban retreat.
    Recommended by  -  Tablet, Mr & Mrs Smith
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  • The William Vale 183 rooms from £207

    New York (Brooklyn)

    A trendy new hotel in Brooklyn's uber cool Williamsburg neighbourhood. The ultra modern building is matched by sleek futuristic interiors, floor to ceiling windows and white on white tones. The food is curated by two of the city's top chefs and the rooftop draws a crowd on a Saturday night.

    Hotel Entertainment  -  The hotel boasts New York's largest outdoor pool, a massive 5,000 square-foot number surrounded by a pool deck and loungers
    City Style  -  This hip new hotel offers wonderful views of the NYC skyline, killer food, funky futuristic interiors and private balconies
    Lively  -  Hip and happening.
    Designer  -  Uniquely designed interiors.
    Recommended by  -  Mr & Mrs Smith
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  • CitizenM New York 229 rooms from £148

    New York

    Innovative and modern hotel in the heart of Manhattan, 1 minute from Times Square. It prioritises experience and value: bright, cosy, clean rooms, all with wall-to-wall windows to immerse the guest in the bustle of NYC at a reasonable price. A panoramic rooftop bar also provides spectacular views.

    City Style  -  In the heart of Manhattan, a few minutes from Times Square and Central Park, and rooms have wall-to-wall windows for great views
    Value chic  -  The hotel is modern, chic, and at the epicentre of NYC, but strives to provide the most reasonable prices.
    Local exploring  -  Located so centrally, this hotel is perfect for anyone wanting to explore New York from its very heart.
    Views  -  The 360 degree views from the panoramic rooftop bar are truly spectacular.
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Written by Kat Parr Mackintosh

posted Monday, 5th August 2019