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Greenwich Hotel

TriBeCa 96 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The hotel’s most distinctive feature, however, may be the lofty level of craftsmanship... that ribbons throughout the public spaces. — Travel + Leisure

This virtually flawless 88-room TriBeCa hotel... offers large, homey rooms, breathtaking design, and very attentive service. — Oyster

The chic 88-room Tribeca design hotel, owned by Robert De Niro, has a Morocco meets the tropics aesthetic, with elements of Europe and the Orient thrown in. — The Telegraph

The Greenwich Hotel is Robert de Niro’s chic boutique featuring gorgeous bedrooms decked out in Moroccan tile and Carrara marble, many of which offer views of the Tuscan-style courtyard. — Mr & Mrs Smith

The tailored brick facade belies the treasures held within this hip hotel... The Greenwich really struts its stuff in the rooms. — Michelin Guide

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from $595

Crosby Street Hotel

SoHo 95 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

It's frequented by arty professionals who, along with visiting Brits and clotheshorses on a Soho shopping mission, look likely to remain the Crosby Street Hotel's main clientele. — Concierge

The stateside outpost of U.K.-based Tim and Kit Kemp’s Firmdale hotel group boasts the same eclectic English country-meets-modernist design as its London sisters. — Forbes Travel Guide

"If you're looking for a special place to stay", this "elegant" "hidden gem" in SoHo delivers a "one-of-a-kind" stay. — Zagat

Opened in SoHo in 2009, this Kit Kemp–designed 11-story brownstone has floor-to-ceiling windows throughout and is environmentally certified as an LEED Gold property. — Condé Nast Traveler

Visually striking boutique hotel designed by Kit Kemp in vibrant SoHo. — Andrew Harper

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from $595

The Mark

Upper East Side 94 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

In a landmark building on the Upper East Side, The Mark has been reimagined by French designer Jacques Grange as a soigné retreat. — Travel + Leisure

“chic” Upper Eastsider, where “well-heeled” types “expect nothing less” than “deft” New American cuisine at prices that “push the envelope”. — Zagat

Bold geometric shapes and splashy interiors helped reinvent this once-stuffy Upper East Side classic. — The Telegraph

The Mark is one of New York City’s chicest retreats, having been decorated top-to-bottom by French designer Jacques Grange. — Forbes Travel Guide

The exterior reads Upper East Side formality, but inside, this hotel screams exuberance. — Michelin Guide

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from $575

The NoMad Hotel

New York City 92 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Set in a classic beaux arts building in its namesake neighborhood, this upscale hotel features a chic, Parisian-inspired decor. — Zagat

Each room has its own art collection, built on the theme of travel around photographs, sketches and correspondence amassed from French antique shops. — Time Out

This beaux art dream of design is one of the city's hottest new addresses, where a vagabond-chic aesthetic permeates every hardwood-ed nook in the bedrooms upstairs. — Lonely Planet

This is an earthier version of the Crosby Street Hotel, an elegantly irreverent uptown import that captures the future of this neighborhood like a firefly in a jar for all to see. — Star Service

The Nomad... is a luxurious, impeccably designed hotel with attentive service but limited features. — Oyster

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from $295

The Surrey

Upper East Side 92 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Eclectic theme – muted pastel tones and rich wood cabinetry, a working fireplace and black, etched water glasses, and a capacious bathroom, floored and walled in grey-veined marble. — Mr & Mrs Smith

Service operates on a high level, with guests at reception being escorted right to their guest rooms, while a Les Clefs d'Or concierge seemingly holds the keys to the city. — Star Service

The Surrey, New York’s only Relais & Chateaux boutique hotel, is an art-lover’s paradise. — Departures

This 190-room hotel on the Upper East Side is ready to pull guests away from the nearby Carlyle with room service by Cafe Boulud. — Oyster

The Surrey has the feel of a billionaire’s exquisite Art Deco townhouse – but with room service. — The Telegraph

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from $473

The Plaza

Midtown 92 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The esteemed Plaza is neck and neck with the Waldorf-Astoria in the race for New York's most recognizable hotel. — Michelin Guide

Recent renovation/conversion means more lux apartments, but grand, opulent - dare we say gaudy rooms still harken to a gilded age of yore, ye young upstarts! — BlackBook

Landmark hotel in iconic 20-story building. — Andrew Harper

Suitably set in a landmark French Renaissance-style building, its 282 guestrooms are a suitably regal affair, with sumptuous Louis XV-style furniture and 24-carat gold-plated bathroom faucets. — Lonely Planet

Decked out in the gold, marble and crystal opulence of a palace, it... transitioned into New York’s premier hotel. — The Telegraph

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from $531

Smyth - a Thompson Hotel

TriBeCa 91 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Another Thompson boutique hotel, with the same combo of luxury and laid-back hipness that you’ll find at sister locations. — Lonely Planet

From the lobby and its stunner of a bar to the 100 guest rooms, every last inch of Smyth Tribeca is a sexy and stylish treat. — Gayot

The Smyth (part of the très cool Thompson Hotel group) is situated in the prime real estate of Tribeca. — The Telegraph

As one would expect from a Thompson Hotel, Smyth Tribeca is geared up for business guests galore, but you’re encouraged to mix any work with a lot of pleasure. — Mr & Mrs Smith

Art fans will adore the eclectic display of works hanging on the walls, and there’s even an art map so you can find out who created each piece. — Forbes Travel Guide

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from $236

The St. Regis New York

Midtown 91 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Founded more than a century ago by John Jacob Astor IV, The St. Regis New York recreates the glamour of a bygone era at Manhattan’s finest address. — The Telegraph

Sumptuously restored Beaux Arts landmark hotel in the Midtown Fifth Avenue shopping district. — Andrew Harper

Beaux-Arts beaut packed with opulent city institutions like the birthplace of the Bloody Mary. — Jetsetter

"Oozing old-world elegance", this "quiet and discreet" luxury hotel, located a block from Central Park, is "gorgeous inside and out". — Zagat

This outrageously expensive, service-oriented palace is devoted to deferential treatment of demanding guests. — Star Service

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from $845

Park Hyatt New York

Midtown 91 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Occupying the first 25 floors of the 90-storey ‘One57’ skyscraper in Midtown, Park Hyatt New York offers 210 state-of-the-art rooms. — The Telegraph

The feel is high-end sophistication, evident in everything from the handsome decor to the contemporary art collection to the top-notch service. — Fodor's

The Park Hyatt group has pulled out all the stops to create an impressive setting for its first New York outpost and global flagship. — Wallpaper

A five-star property set in a luxury condo-tower on Manhattan's West 57th Street (a.k.a. Billionaires' Row). — Jetsetter

Housed in a section of one of Manhattan's priciest apartment buildings, the five-pearl Park Hyatt New York offers a slice of life as a Midtown millionaire. — Oyster

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from $700

Mandarin Oriental, New York

Midtown 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Indulgent Zen palace floating above Columbus Circle with a sprawling spa and an inventive modern American restaurant. — Jetsetter

As sumptuous and plush as the Four Seasons (a few blocks away) is slick and modern. — Travel + Leisure

Asian opulence comes at quite a price in this dramatic hotel. — DK Eyewitness

With spectacular views of Central Park, the interior's Asian accents — fresh orchids, exotic purple and gold tones — merge with retro elements such as Art Deco chairs and tiled walls. — The Telegraph

The luxurious rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows to make the most of the spectacular views. — Time Out

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from $895

Four Seasons Hotel New York

Midtown 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Like living within plush confines of a Faberge egg. Vast rooms, celestial style, service nearing perfection. — BlackBook

This prestigious sanctum, the city's tallest luxury hotel, commands jaw-dropping views in its plush rooms and suites. — Michelin Guide

The New York arm of the global luxury chain, housed in I.M. Pei’s 52-floor tower, is synonymous with dependable luxury. — Time Out

Quintessential New York luxury in a soaring I.M. Pei-designed tower, with unforgettable skyline and park views. — Jetsetter

"Where the cream of the crop like to stay" in New York, this "sleek", 52-story tower designed by I.M. Pei is "exceptional in every way". — Zagat

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from $875

The Chatwal, A Luxury Collection Hotel, New York

Midtown 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

For the interiors, Thierry Despont put an updated twist on Art Deco: from the red-leather banquettes and a limestone fireplace to the terrazzo floors and leather-wrapped closets. — Travel + Leisure

In a city awash with faux deco and incongruous nods to the style, the Chatwal New York opened in August 2010 in a Stanford White building whose interior art deco restoration is pitch perfect. — Time Out

A top-to-bottom refit of the Lambs Club... has turned this actors’ den into a sleek 83-room hotel with Art Deco lines and ocean liner-inspired fittings that hark back to travel’s bygone eras. — Condé Nast Traveler

This art-deco masterpiece near Times Square is a notable member of Starwood's Luxury Collection — Star Service

The Chatwal is a cocoon of comfort and luxury in the beating heart of Manhattan. — The Telegraph

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from $515

Gramercy Park Hotel

New York City 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Ian Schrager went all out when he partnered with artist Julian Schnabel to re-imagine this landmark on the northern edge of private Gramercy Park. — The Telegraph

The eclectic elegance continues in the spacious rooms, with a jewel-toned color palette, tapestry-covered chairs, hand-tufted rugs, mahogany drinks cabinets and iPads. — Time Out

Rooms are... eclectic, bold and luxurious. It’s also in a lovely location. — Rough Guide

Pieces from the likes of Damien Hirst, Andy Warhol, Richard Prince, and Jean-Michel Basquiat hang on the walls. — Afar Magazine

Baroque-meets-boho playground for the celeb set with a museum-worthy art collection at one of New York’s most exclusive addresses. — Jetsetter

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from $349

The Ritz-Carlton New York, Central Park

Midtown 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

If you're looking for a five-star experience in New York, and you insist on a Ritz, the sister property downtown offers a nearly identical experience for half the price. — Oyster

Ritz-Carlton’s NY flagship is an elegant oasis on the south side of Central Park, home to the first La Prairie spa in the US, as well as acclaimed farm-to-fork restaurant Auden Bistro. — The Telegraph

From the moment you enter the lobby, it's easy to forget the outside world. — Gayot

"Luxurious" accommodations with "beds like heaven" and "to-die-for" views of Central Park star at this "incredible". — Zagat

Pure, unadultered luxury: this landmark building comes with views of Central Park so giant you almost can’t see New York. — Lonely Planet

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from $775

Andaz Wall Street

Financial District 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Haute yet homey temple to Wall Street luxe, with upscale eats and a buzzy beer garden. — Jetsetter

The address may read Wall Street, but there's nothing buttoned-up or stuffy about the Andaz. — Michelin Guide

If space is a priority, head to the southern tip of Manhattan: this sleek hotel offers generous rooms with large windows, oak floors, and extra large bathrooms. — Fodor's

Andaz delivers with stellar results... A welcome new addition to an area that doesn’t offer much boutique lodging. — Frommer's

Two blocks west of the East River, half a mile from Battery Park, smack dab on Wall Street, this sleek 32-story hotel is Hyatt's counterpunch to Starwood's W Hotel Downtown — Star Service

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The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel

Upper East Side 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Carlyle has been a favourite of everyone from Jackie O to Lady Di. A handsome, 35-storey 1930s Beaux Arts building with 188 Art Deco-styled rooms and suites. — The Telegraph

"Perhaps Rosewood’s best achievement," this historic Upper East Sider a block from Central Park and a short walk from the Frick Collection "feels like a very posh private home." — Condé Nast Traveler

Opened in 1930 as a residential hotel, the elegant Carlyle is best known for its classy cabaret room, Café Carlyle, and Bemelmans Bar. — Time Out

Perfectly sited on Madison Avenue and surrounded by leading boutiques and galleries, this hotel is equal parts exclusive hideaway and world-class hotel. — Michelin Guide

Renowned hotel located in the most desirable quarter of the Upper East Side, a block from Central Park near museums, galleries and specialty shops. — Andrew Harper

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from $383

The Peninsula New York

Midtown 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Classically styled Midtown hotel in a 23-story Beaux Arts-style landmark building near Rockefeller Center, Central Park and 57th Street shopping. — Andrew Harper

Stepping through the Peninsula's Beaux Arts facade onto the grand staircase overhung with a monumental chandelier, you know you're in for a glitzy treat. — Fodor's

While it lacks the dynamism and modern flair of other upscale Midtown hotels, The Peninsula remains a comfortable and handsome option for couples with means. — The Telegraph

Housed in a beauty of a landmark Beaux Arts building, the Peninsula is the perfect combination of old-world charm and modern, state-of-the-art technology. — Frommer's

Five star glamazon at Fifth Ave and 55th Street, with a clubby atmosphere, a pool and yearround rooftop bar. — Jetsetter

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from $532

Trump International Hotel and Tower New York

Upper West Side 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

An ostentatiously luxurious hotel with a supremely well-trained staff, and huge, elegant rooms designed by Ivanka Trump herself. — Oyster

The 52-story Trump International Hotel & Tower New York occupies a gleaming black glass tower situated at the corner of Columbus Circle and Central Park, smack in the middle of Manhattan. — Forbes Travel Guide

Across from Central Park on Columbus Circle, this 52-story hotel is "great for shopping, dining, Broadway shows, and exploring the city." — Condé Nast Traveler

Fans of The Apprentice and big-money types looking for enviable Park views will enjoy the luxury. — Lonely Planet

The Donald’s brassy ’80s-skinned Gulf and Western tower the perfect aerie for plutocrats looking to rock park views. — BlackBook

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from $518

Andaz 5th Avenue

Midtown 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The serene and spacious rooms at this chic, modern property evoke that coveted New York loft feel, with floor-to-ceiling windows that look out over 5th Avenue and the New York Public Library. — Fodor's

For a "luxurious staycation", fans return to this "hip" Hyatt boutique in Midtown that boasts "attentive" staffers. — Zagat

As close as you can stay to the New York Public Library without hiding yourself in the stacks. Tony Chi design blends haute style with Hyatt hospitality. — BlackBook

Maintaining peace of mind while staying in Midtown requires a determined spirit and a relaxing place to hide away from the area's busy streets. — Gayot

The city’s second property from Hyatt’s boutique brand... has 184 loftlike guest rooms with 12-foot floor-to-ceiling windows and muted interiors by designer Tony Chi. — Travel + Leisure

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from $325

the Quin

Midtown 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Renowned for the Quin Arts programme that sees public areas used to host exhibitions and installations. — The Telegraph

The Quin occupies what was once the Buckingham Hotel, an elegant Beaux Arts-style residence. — Gayot

Thoughtful touches abound at The Quin. Like the in-room espresso machines, which come with both porcelain cups and to-go paper cups, in case you need to drink your java on the move. — Frommer's

Emery Roth original livened up with new glass canopy. Interior spaces don’t spare a penny, with leather-wrapped columns and gold leaf ceilings. — BlackBook

A modern boutique hotel with mid-century inflections, the 208-room Quin has all the amenities and attributes for a luxury Midtown Manhattan stay. — Oyster

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from $299
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