NYC is a must visit destination and it has something to offer suiting all tastes. We've compiled a list of our top hotel picks, assisting you to make the choice when looking for 'your type' of place. Enjoy and make your pick!
The New York EDITION
Located right across the street from Madison Square Park and steps away from the Flatiron building, the hotel is situated within the historic Metropolitan Life Insurance building. It offers sleek and modern interior that is the perfect compliment to the old New York feel, created by the location of the hotel itself.
The rooms sport natural colors like green, brown and white with simplistic, cozy and comfortable furnishings. If in the mood for pamperings, guests can book in-room SPA services.
The hotel offers an awesome Lobby Bar with a fireplace to cozy up at. Perfect for enjoying decadend cocktail after a day spent walking all over town. All the goodness right at your fingertips!
One of our favorites located at the Lower East Side, Ludlow offers stunning views, sumptuous decor and impeccable French dining experience. The hotel's somewhat gothic interior together with its clean lines fits perfectly well in the nightlife have of the Lower East Side.
The Ludlow's Lobby bar is another favorite of ours, offering excellent drinks and bites and a leather-bound interior. A thing that should not be missed when staying at The Ludlow is a dinner experience at Dirty French. The restaurant offers timeless French specialties, but with a contemporary twist. Owned by the legendary creators of Major Food Group, it is sure to please all senses.
Located at the East Village, the Standard hotel is the definition of low-key luxury that provides a chill yet classy experience. The intriguing architecture, minimalist room decor and hip clientele all reflect the hotel’s cool kid image.
When staying there you cannot miss out on having a meal at Narcissa, a New American restaurant with a focus on seasonal eating helmed by Michelin-starred chef John Fraser. You'll be eating dishes, using fresh products from the restaurant’s dedicated farm in the Hudson Valley.
The neighbourhood is obviously just as cool, offering diverse hang spots like the McSorley’s Old Ale House which is a great old-fashioned Irish pub and Veselka where you can enjoy pierogies, borscht and blintzes.
A hotel that keeps it classy and elegant since the 1930s, the Pierre is perfect for the romantic souls that want to indulge into an all time classic luxury.
Located at the southeastern edge of Central Park, on Fifth Avenue and 61st Street, The Pierre sporst classic elegance with hallways, tastefully lined with cream and gold trimming, with a total of 189 rooms, 49 of which are suites. There isn’t a spa in the hotel, but there is a 24-hour fitness center along with 24-hour laundry and car services.
The hotel's restaurant Perrine, is a hidden gem. Focusing on once again classic and simply-prepared dishes, it will leave you dreaming about that fresh focaccia, salty and buttery and served at the beginning. The appetizer of the crab flatbread is a major standout-- the fresh lemon softens the creamy texture of the shredded crab and cheese, with the “gooeyness” offset by the slightly burnt taste of the naan baked in an original Indian oven. The Dover sole entree is simply cooked, with finely chopped tomatoes and capers on top and spinach on the side to give it a savory bite.