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While the echoing chambers are big, they feel a bit impersonal—better for biz execs, perhaps, than starry-eyed lovers.
The London NYC is a true New York anomaly. Its 54 stories stack alongside tightly-packed midtown high-rises and you expect the interiors to be equally cramped and frenetic. Instead, the... Full review →Gordon Ramsey cooks up unique specialties in his eponymous restaurant (see Hot Tables), as well as in the more casual London Bar where diners choose from a daily selection of pricey, but tasty, small plates.
A charming mural of Hyde Park marks this 54-story tower, an all-suite hotel with some of the city’s largest accommodations, and smartly refurbished by British designer David Collins.
Stylish and sophisticated, the London NYC merges the flair of both its namesake cities, with the added bonus of Gordon Ramsay's first stateside restaurant. Full review →
Stylish and spacious, The London NYC is a refreshing hotel choice in Midtown Manhattan. Full review →
The quintessential midtown Manhattan hotel... The rooms are spacious, with big windows providing spectacular views. Full review →
Formerly the site of the Rihga Royal New York, the all-suite London NYC is conveniently located for visiting Rockefeller Center, Carnegie Hall, MoMA and other midtown sights. Full review →
Ivy-clad designer digs in Midtown that combines British charm and Manhattan glamour. Full review →
This luxe hotel salutes the British capital in sophisticated ways, including a silk-stitched tapestry of Hyde Park... in the lobby, and a Michelin-starred restaurant by Gordon Ramsay. Full review →
This ever-sleek hotel delivers space, style, and a fantastic location all rolled into one gorgeous package.
This stylish, all-suite hotel is one of the best luxury deals around. Full review →
It is in a convenient location two blocks from Broadway or Fifth Avenue shops. (Judging from the number of guests swinging designer tote bags, shopping is one of the primary occupations here.) Full review →
Space is perhaps the biggest luxury: The 350–500-square-foot London Suites (the starting-priced accommodations) are either open-plan or divided with mirrored French doors. Full review →
Since opening in late 2006, the London may have received less press than its Gordon Ramsay-run in-house restaurant, but this elegant, all-suite hotel justly deserves its own following. Full review →
Anglophiles applaud this Midtown "traveler's oasis" that's "chic" and "cool but without the attitude" thanks to "courteous", "engaging" staffers.
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