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Andaz 5th Avenue

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

Hot on the heels of Andaz Wall Street—the Hyatt subsidiary’s first NYC hotel—comes a midtown sibling strategically placed for an upscale shopping spree. — Time Out

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

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

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

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

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the Quin

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

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

An artistic spirit remains in the Quin, a refined property with creative flair that has been a key player in the renaissance of bustling 57th Street. — Afar Magazine

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

Newly opened in the fall of 2013, The Quin offers 208 guest rooms, including suites, for a luxury boutique hotel experience in the heart of New York City. — Forbes Travel Guide

Opened to much acclaim in late 2013, The Quin delivers opulence with a dash of verve. — Lonely Planet

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Gansevoort Meatpacking NYC

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

A 45-ft (13.5-m) rooftop pool and Ono, an indoor-outdoor restaurant, are among the features that draw models and celebrities to this sleek, high-rise addition to the hip Meatpacking District. — DK Eyewitness

An "unbeatable" rooftop pool and bar, where "party people" play and take in "beautiful" views, is the "crown jewel" of this "young, trendy" boutique hotel. — Zagat

Despite its potentially excessive trendiness, the 14-floor, zinc-colored Gansevoort offers excellent, personable service. — Frommer's

Though the nearby Standard New York has stolen some of its thunder, there's plenty to draw guests to this chic Meatpacking District pioneer... a superb choice for urban poolside lounging. — Fodor's

Flagship property of Gansevoort Hotel Group, this hotel helped to put the neighbourhood on the traveller’s map. — The Telegraph

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The Pierre, A Taj Hotel, New York

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

The gorgeous hand-painted murals are still there (even in the fitness center), but they now share space with Indian artwork, some of which hails from the Taj flagship in Mumbai. — Forbes Travel Guide

You could easily mistake this property for an Old World club rather than a modern luxury hotel. — Gayot

"One of the very best places to stay in New York," this "marvelous hotel" made of brick and granite is on Fifth Avenue across from Central Park. — Condé Nast Traveler

A property of India-based Taj Hotels, the Pierre, along with the St. Regis and the Plaza, is one of New York’s grandest of grand dame hotels. — Frommer's

An elegant, historic hotel across the street from Central Park, the Pierre offers a taste of grand old New York to those staying in any of its 189 small but freshly renovated guest rooms. — Oyster

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Sofitel New York

Midtown 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This 30-story property blends modern and classic design and was an instant hit in the Theater District, with warm decor, helpful service, and a pleasant brasserie. — DK Eyewitness

Very elegant, very French hospitality beats along with the pulse of Fifth Avenue. Stunning rounded limestone and glass tower. — BlackBook

This sophisticated Art Deco-inspired hotel is shrouded in warm wood, marble and brass with reminders of Paris at every turn — The Telegraph

This 30-story glass and limestone building showcases excellent skyline views; some rooms look out at the iconic Chrysler Building. — Fodor's

Despite its grand size, this hotel in the heart of the Theater District maintains a personal touch — Condé Nast Traveler

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The James New York

SoHo 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The James plays with a variety of architectural elements in each of the hotel’s different spaces, and somehow they all seem to work beautifully. — Lonely Planet

On the southern edge of SoHo, just north of Canal Street, this Chicago import has done a better job than most melding into its boho-chic neighborhood, thanks to a localist approach — Star Service

Opened in September, 2010, this Modernist addition to SoHo has a permanent art collection and 114 rooms with natural linen bedding and reclaimed-wood floors. — Travel + Leisure

Soho border spot a walled city of chic, topped with lux rooms and a swinging rooftop cocktail/pool scene at Johnny Swet's Jimmy. — BlackBook

The hotel fills an 18-story raw-concrete tower that dwarfs the low-slung buildings of SoHo, allowing sweeping views. — Condé Nast Traveler

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from $289

Chambers Hotel

Midtown 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The rooms and suites wed a modern and industrial style that may feel like home to some and a warehouse to others. — Michelin Guide

"Designed by architect David Rockwell, Chambers is well-placed for Central Park and MoMA visits, though you can just sit and admire the 500 original works of art in its gallery-sized... — Rough Guide

Midtown hotel with a Downtown vibe, museum-worthy art collection and David Chang's lauded Má Pêche restaurant. — Jetsetter

A far more overt attempt than the subtler City Club to bring downtown style to midtown, this 77-room hotel owes its soul to art, with 500 contemporary works exhibited throughout the hotel. — Concierge

Relaxed atmosphere, friendly staff and sophisticated but not intimidating design. — Mr & Mrs Smith

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from $239

The Knickerbocker

Midtown 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This luxury hotel in Times Square was founded by legendary businessman John Jacob Astor IV. — Gayot

All 330 guest rooms have a very contemporary luxury look with modern amenities such as plush beds, down pillows, flatscreen Smart TVs, free WiFi. — Condé Nast Traveler

Times Square landmark turned elegant urban sleep, with food by Charlie Palmer, a sprawling rooftop bar and iconic views. — Jetsetter

Rooms in the landmark building are sleek and contemporary–-and perfect for a good night's sleep, thanks to fabulous beds, sound-proof windows, and blackout drapes. — Fodor's

Set in a landmarked, 1902 Beaux Arts beaut of a skyscraper, the hotel makes smart use of the building’s grand bones: guest rooms all have soaring 12-foot ceilings and massive windows. — Frommer's

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from $226

Baccarat Hotel & Residences New York

Midtown 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This luxury hotel and residence is steps away from The Museum of Modern Art --- an ideal location for a property that is a work of art in and of itself. — Gayot

This polished property provides pure luxury at every corner, from the emphasis on quality service to the glamorous salon and bar filled with fresh flowers where all the drinks are served in Baccarat glassware. — Fodor's

Room service is always on offer. The Baccarat leaves no detail unnoticed. The staff is efficient yet thorough, and the property is impeccable. — Star Service

It's the even sexier marble bathrooms stocked with La Mer products that keeps us coming back to this 2016 Hot List pick. — Condé Nast Traveler

Located across from the Museum of Modern Art, the Baccarat hotel is the French crystal purveyor’s architectural incarnate and first foray into hospitality. — Departures

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from $700

JW Marriott Essex House New York

Midtown 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A recent hotel-wide revamp brought high-tech in-room gadgets and contemporary-classic decor loosely inspired by the building's Art Deco past. — Time Out

In terms of price and luxury, it sits a notch below the nearby Mandarin Oriental, Ritz-Carlton, and Four Seasons. — Concierge

Art Deco landmark has stood sentry over Central Park since 1931, but spruce up has elevated it in class. — BlackBook

As in years past, today's guests flock here for its premier location, sophisticated services, and quiet luxury. — Michelin Guide

JW Marriott Essex House New York, open since 1931, has a great location for visitors to New York City. — Forbes Travel Guide

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from $341

The London NYC

Midtown 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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.) — Star Service

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. — Travel + Leisure

The London NYC is a true New York anomaly — Condé Nast Traveler

This stylish, all-suite hotel is one of the best luxury deals around. — Oyster

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. — DK Eyewitness

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from $313

Conrad New York

TriBeCa 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A glass tower in a relatively quiet section of Lower Manhattan, close to Wall Street and the Hudson River recreation path. — Condé Nast Traveler

This soaring glass-enclosed space situated along the border of Battery Park City somehow manages to be at once grand but unimposing. — Gayot

Guests at this luxe spot are greeted by a towering Sol LeWitt painting in the dramatic atrium, setting the tone for what is veritably a hotel-as-contemporary-art-gallery. — BlackBook

A natural choice for business travelers working in the Financial District, this hotel is also a good match for families (with a movie theater and Shake Shack in the same complex). — Fodor's

The Conrad New York, opened in 2012, is a stylish luxury option right next to the Goldman Sachs building in Battery Park City. — Oyster

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from $249

The Mercer Hotel

SoHo 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

"Bring dark sunglasses and you'll fit right in" at hotelier André Balazs' "oasis" in SoHo, where "everyone who's anyone stays" thanks to the "near-perfect" understated lobby. — Zagat

This place is a beacon for fashionistas, who flock here like ebony-garbed moths to the flame. Marc Jacobs lived in the hotel temporarily while his home was being refurbished. — Star Service

Right in the heart of SoHo’s brick lanes, the grand Mercer is where stars sleep. — Lonely Planet

You never know who you're going to see at the Mercer or what you'll see them do. — Concierge

A converted 1890s landmark building right in the heart of Soho, the Mercer's rooms feature high loft ceilings, arched windows, and (for New York) spacious bath facilities. — Insight Guides

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from $495

Lowell Hotel

Upper East Side 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Lowell enters into a new era... with a menu from legendary chef Christian Delouvrier. — Departures

"It’s all about location" at this former apartment hotel with a perfect location score, sited just off Fifth Avenue and near Barneys, Bergdorf Goodman, and Bloomingdale’s. — Condé Nast Traveler

The Lowell's style of luxury is best described as elegant, sophisticated 20th-century opulence. — Frommer's

Clubby and intimate—only 23 rooms and 47 suites—with the tiniest of lobbies, this is the hotel of choice for VIPs who want to drop out of sight. — Concierge

If discretion and top-notch service rate at the top of your list of wants, stay here. — Gayot

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from $775

Waldorf Astoria New York

Midtown 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The years have taken away some of that Waldorf charm, but plenty of flourish prevails, and the Park Avenue address is very grand indeed. — Insight Guides

One of the city’s first grand hotels, the Waldorf has been restored to its 1930s glory and is a wonderful place to stay. — Rough Guide

For a taste of "old-world elegance", visitors "step back in time" at this "luxurious" "landmark" that is "everything it's supposed to be" thanks to the "expansive and elegant" lobby. — Zagat

The ultimate Grand Dame and still manages to convey the opulence of that age. — The Telegraph

As you click across the sparkling marble floor of this 1931 hotel’s grandiose lobby, gracious staff will treat you like Princess Grace (a former guest). — Time Out

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from $190

The Standard, High Line

West Village 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The rooms are the very definition of clean and uncluttered contemporary design sprinkled with the sexy styling of the 1950s. — Michelin Guide

Offers 338 light-flooded, ultra-mod rooms with panoramic views of the city; one restaurant, several popular bars; and excellent service. — Oyster

Andre Balazs’s Meatpacking District hot spot on the banks of the Hudson River literally straddles The High Line Park. — The Telegraph

Hipster hotelier André Balazs has built a wide, boxy, glass tower that straddles the High Line, an old elevated train track recently turned into a public park. — Lonely Planet

There's "nothing standard" about this "architecturally stunning", Meatpacking District "hipster" haunt boasting "spectacular" views. — Zagat

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from $242

Langham Place, New York, Fifth Avenue

Midtown 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Half hotel, half apartment building, and formerly known as the Setai, this ultra-exclusive skyscraper property is expert at coddling its guests. — Frommer's

Popular with both leisure and business travelers... Langham Place is home to acclaimed chef Michael White’s Ai Fiori. — Forbes Travel Guide

Many temptations are under one roof at Langham Place, an elegant AFAR Collection member with a prime Fifth Avenue address. — Afar Magazine

This luxury Midtowner... lures weekenders and worker bees with a range of contemporary, warm-hued accommodations featuring marble bathrooms. — Zagat

Standard Superior Kings have all the hotel's luxuries; only those with an entourage need spring for an apartment. — Concierge

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from $464

The Roxy Hotel Tribeca

TriBeCa 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Rooms are fashionably understated... and the staff is extra attentive. — Rough Guide

If New York was a hotel, it would probably be something like the Roxy. — Mr & Mrs Smith

This dynamic duo have done it again, and the Tribeca Grand lives up to its lineage, its name, and even its neighborhood. — Michelin Guide

The name references a great Twenties lower Manhattan movie house, as well as a 1990s nightclub, and the swanky retro design and myriad entertainment choices within the hotel harken back to those time. — The Telegraph

"Party like a rock star" at this "cool", "trendy" Downtown boutique hotel that caters to a "younger crowd" with a "vibrant", "fun" bar scene, and boasts a "unique" layout. — Zagat

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from $212

The Bowery Hotel

East Village 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Gemma, the expansive and cozy Italian restaurant that's part of the hotel, completes the Bowery's insular, yet cushy vibe. — Fodor's

This fabulous boutique property oozes sophistication and tempts guests with countless amenities. — Rough Guide

Hoteliers Sean MacPherson and Eric Goode—the team behind New York’s Maritime Hotel—are breathing new life into Manhattan’s once-desolate Bowery with their 135-room Bowery Hotel. — Travel + Leisure

Final nail in coffin of old-school wino playground, as Bowery name increasingly synonymous with high-end downtown style. — BlackBook

The surrounding area may feel more modern --- and far more chichi -- than it has in past years, but inside old NYC comes alive. — Gayot

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from $435

The High Line Hotel

Chelsea 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The rooms themselves are modern but very comfortable, furnished with antiques and one-of-a-kind pieces that were sourced in and around the city. — goop

Anyone needing a full-service hotel will shirk, but this represents one of Manhattan's most delightful options for those in search of something fun, fashionable and unique. — Star Service

Built in 1895 as a dormitory for the General Theological Seminary, this Chelsea newcomer maintains a collegiate vibe with stained glass and original moldings throughout. — Zagat

A soothing oasis amid the big-city bustle of New York'€™s trendy Chelsea district, The High Line Hotel offers 60 sumptuous rooms tucked into a wing of the General Theological Seminary. — Gayot

Exuding an old-fashioned residential vibe, the 60 guest quarters feature antique Persian rugs... and a mix of vintage furnishings and reproductions of pieces sourced by the designers. — Time Out

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from $259
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