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The Ace is unpretentious and inviting, with a social and interactive lobby and two destination restaurants. Full review →
Rooms run the spectrum of the dollar-lined rainbow: bunk-up to save money, or 700 square feet of trust-fund-bedhead-esque loft space.
The hotel that all of New York wants to hang out in. Full review →
The Ace isn’t for guests who need a lot of attention or amenities—the hotel assumes a certain familiarity with the city, and the staff, while sweet, can be a little hapless. Full review →
The Ace Hotel channels a youthful rock-n-roll vibe: many of the large rooms come with vintage furniture, full-size refrigerator, and even a turntable and guitar.
The vibe is unstuffy and down-to-earth, making it a popular hangout for creatives and people who work from wherever they lay their laptop. Full review →
Designed for all types of travelers, this hip hotel offers guests a choice of Bunk, Double, Queen and King rooms in a variety of price ranges and types. Full review →
Designed by the visionary Roman + Williams team, The Ace has some of the most memorable interiors in the city. Full review →
Combine the old-world charm of 1904 surroundings with a boho-chic vibe and what do you get? Hipster heaven. Full review →
Hipster hang out with haute gastropub, buzzy seafood joint, packed lobby bar and stylish vintage vibe. Full review →
In the middle of it all, you can quite literally get anywhere from here, but pull up a chair and stay awhile. It's the real deal, nailing that beatnik sensibility, and it even comes with a past.
A hip hotel in an unhip neighborhood. Full review →
Sets a new standard for bohemian chic.
This is certainly not the hippest hotel in Manhattan, but it is one with more grit and authenticity than most. Full review →
Rooms are as eclectic as the clientele and Michelin-starred Brit chef April Bloomfield’s Breslin Bar and Restaurant is worth a visit alone. Full review →
Bourgeois hipsters tired of crashing on couches will appreciate the New York outpost of the cool chainlet founded in Seattle by a pair of DJs. Full review →
The hotel boasts 260 guest rooms, many of which have vintage furniture and views of Broadway. Designed by New York-based firm Roman & Williams, the Ace has a truly unique design aesthetic. Full review →
"If you're a hipster or want to pretend to be one", this "young and stylish" Midtowner delivers a "rock 'n' roll aesthetic" with "lots of character".
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