Before you begin your trip to New York, read about the hotels that will make your stay a memorable one.

The Library in Midtown Manhattan

The Library Hotel is more ‘literati’ than ‘glitterati’: more private club than hotel. Each of the ten rooms is dedicated to one of the ten main categories of the Dewey Decimal System: Social Studies, Literature, Languages, History, Mathematics and Science, General Knowledge, Technology, Philosophy, Arts and Religion. Each of the sixty rooms is individually designed with a collection of art and books relevant to a distinctive theme within the category of the apartment to which it belongs. Guests can request their room according to their personal interests. Tea writer’s lair with its views of the horizon and the garden of poetrya bright green house, they are perfect places to relax and absorb this culture.

Tips:

Access to the hotel’s video library The American Film Institute’s Top 100 Movies — Complimentary wine and cheese reception Monday through Saturday — For late-night players, magical nights await you in the Bookmarks Lounge on the 14th floor, serving signature cocktails like the Great Gatsby and the Capote.

Sofitel New York in the Manhattan area

The contemporary 30-story Sofitel New York, represents the French art of living through its decoration. Artwork from old Paris and New York fill this space. traditional french food it is served in the French brasserie Gaby Restaurant and even the staff uniforms are designed by renowned designer Jean Charles de Castelbajac. Guests will enjoy the hotel’s nightly turndown services, including Evian water and a freshly cut rose. Tea art deco living room it is the perfect place to rest and view the extensive collection of contemporary art that adorns the walls. The hotel’s award-winning design surrounds a curved 30-story tower bordered by two 20-story wings, overlooking the Chrysler Building and the Empire State Building.

Tips:

Don’t leave New York without sampling inventive French cuisine with Asian influences, served at the Art Deco-inspired Gaby’s restaurant. The Petit Bijou Gift Shop is an exquisite emporium with items imported from France.

The Hudson Hotel in the Midtown area

The Hudson Hotel is a new offering from hotelier extraordinaire Ian Schrager. It is said to be the trendiest hotel on the block with stunning views of the Hudson River. Designer Phillipe Starke has created a fantastic world where impeccable design dances with reckless technology in a perfect combination of light, sound and form. There is a restaurant with show cooking, a lobby bar and library bar with pool tables, a private indoor and outdoor park and a ceiling fresco by renowned painter Francesco Clemente, 18,000 square feet of event space in the indoor and outdoor and a business center. The design was inspired by sea travel romance and the setting of a private cabin on a luxury yacht. Vogue magazine describes the hotel as “surreal chic, brilliantly designed and beautiful.”
Tips:

Hudson Sky Terrace, located on the 15th floor, is a large private garden terrace where you can enjoy cocktails and panoramic views of the city and the Hudson River — For your sleeping pleasure, Hudson beds have 300-thread-count Egyptian cotton sheets.

The Dream Hotel in the Midtown area

The Dream Hotel in New York was opened by hotel socialite Vikram Chatwal in 2004. The decor includes a copper statue of Catherine the Great, Neptune and Madonna with a child, all surrounded by mismatched armchairs. The design theme is best described as haute couture meets Alice in Wonderland ‘whimsical’. This luxury playground features the latest technology and three lounges, each with their own treats: subconscious is an underground lounge with a Labyrinth of Alcoves, the Epernay and Lobby Bar is a vibrant space designed by architect Mark Zeff and AVA, named after movie star Ava Gardner, is the Dream Hotel’s penthouse lounge offering cocktails and stunning views of times square.

Tips:

Tea Chopra Center dedicated to Ayurveda, an ancient Indian healing science studied by founder Deepak Chopra is found underground. A glass elevator transports guests into this world of exclusive pampering – A feast of the sublime cuisine of northern Italy awaits you at the Fellini-inspired restaurant, Serafina, designed by the Rockwell Group.

The 60 Thompson in the SoHo district

100-room luxury-driven lifestyle hotel from famed designer Thomas
O’Brien is a favorite of the modern downtown scene. Tea impressive rooftop “members” lounge, and the Kittichai restaurant complement 60 Thompson’s sleek, modern sensibility. This luxury hotel is set back from the street behind a courtyard of birch trees. interior features photographs by Laura Resen and a roof garden that has a 360 degree view of the Manhattan skyline. This hotel was selected as “One of the best hotels in the world” by Conde Nast Traveler Y entertainment weekly he called it the “It Hotel” for the entertainment elite.

Tips:

Indulge your senses in the elegant Kittichai Thai restaurant on the ground floor with patio dining and a gold plated bar. feel like a princess in luxurious marble-lined bathrooms with mosaic floors and Philosophy bath products.

Trump International Hotel & Tower in the Manhattan area

Location, location… this hotel is without a doubt a first class property: located at the foot of Central Park, and across Columbus Circle from the Time Warner Center. Opened in 1997, the modern 52-story tower hotel was designed by renowned architects Philip Johnson and Costas Kondylis. Today, Trump International Hotel & Tower is one of only four properties in North America to house the Mobil’s prestigious five-star rating for both the hotel and its in-house restaurant, Jean Georges. With a plethora of unique innovations and complimentary amenities, there’s no doubt you reside in the world of the super-rich, Donald Trump. The rooms have ten-foot ceilings with nine-foot floor-to-ceiling windows so guests can indulge in panoramic views of Manhattan.

Tips:

In 6,000 square feet fitness center with 55 foot indoor lap pool et un full service spa — For guests, business is regular in the 383-square-foot Executive Boardroom with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Broadway and Lincoln Center — Each guest receives personalized stationery and business cards along with a cell phone upon request.

Hotel Plaza Athénée in the Manhattan area

Located on the fashionable Upper East Side of Manhattan, this hotel brings a bit of Europe to the best streets of New York. Renovated in 2003 and a member of the Leading Hotels of the World, the Hotel Plaza Athénée is without a doubt one of the best hotels in New York. East European-style boutique hotel With its 152 rooms, it is located on a tree-lined residential street that offers a quiet and homely atmosphere. All rooms and suites have French fabrics, period furniture, works of art, Y aurora pink marble bathrooms and suites. Earth tones and smoking rooms bring back a bit of old world charm.

Tips:

serious shoppers paradise: Walking distance to Madison Avenue with Georgio Armani, Louis Vuitton, Tiffany’s, Barney’s, Bloomingdales, and Bergdorf Goodman department stores. sex in the city.

The 70 Park Avenue Hotel in Midtown Manhattan

One of New York’s most revered downtown hotels is located near Grand Central Station, right on famous Park Avenue. The 70 Park Avenue Hotel recently underwent an extensive multi-million dollar renovation under the direction of renowned residential designer Jeffrey Bilhuber, who has worked with celebrities such as David Bowie, Iman and Hubert de Givenchy. The hotel is decorated in warm earth tones and rich dark woods and the foyer living room features a 14-foot limestone and sandstone fireplace. The 188 newly decorated rooms, including 6 parlors and 3 penthouse suites, are light and airy with elegant neoclassical decor and luxurious amenities.

Tips:

Leisure guests will find convenience within walking distance of fifth avenue stores; the best arts and cultural centers in the city, including the Museum of Modern Art, the Empire State Building, the United Nations, Broadway, and Times Square – – The 2,000-square-foot Penthouse Suite with wraparound balcony and great views from its position on the 17th floor it is ideal for parties or ostentatious social events.

The Benjamin in Midtown

Originally opened in 1927 as the beverly hotel it was considered one of the most successful creations of world-renowned architect Emery Roth. The hotel was bought and renovated to its original grandeur in 1999 by Affinia Hospitality and named after its founder, Benjamin J. Denihan, Sr. Today, this sophisticated boutique hotel features luxurious marble bathrooms, rich mahogany finished furnishings and a well-appointed personal business area, attracting both business and leisure guests. The Benjamin is famous for its custom mattresses adorned with Frette sheets and down comforters. It is probably the only hotel in the world that offers a menu of ten different pillows! One block from Park Avenue businesses, close to the Empire State Building, United Nations, Rockefeller Center and Fifth Avenue shopping.

Tips:

one of only four ECOTEL of five balloonscertified properties in the world, the core philosophy of this green hotel encompasses all aspects of hotel operation and guest service. Affinia Wellness Spa is a holistic experience that will transform your mind, body and spirit.

The SoHo Grand Hotel in the SoHo area

Built in 1996 as the first hotel in SoHo in over a century; the SoHo Grand Hotel was designed by Bill Sofield and designed by David Helpern. This 17-story hotel is a favorite of the fashion and entertainment industries. The Grand Bar & Lounge, also known as “SoHo’s Living Room,” has recently been redesigned by renowned designer William Sofield. Celebrity guests Kevin Spacey, Spike Lee, and Naomi Campbell have all stayed here. Pets have also stayed here.. In fact, dogs are offered their own toothbrush and toothpaste. A total of 367 custom designed rooms16-foot windows covered in 900-pound velvet curtains and a ceiling crafted from mercury-mirror glass embedded with chicken wire all make it the most fantastic place on earth.

Tips:

Close to elegant galleries, theaters, restaurants and shops – you’ll definitely meet someone famous in TriBeCa, Greenwich Village and the meatpacking district.
Speaking of celebrities, the hotel’s Gallery and Grand Bar & Lounge offer New American ‘outside’ cuisine, like maple-roasted quail and homemade chocolate-dipped graham crackers with meringue brulee. Welcome to America!

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