The city of New York is inspiring. New York City is a true melting pot of cultures and, like the people who live there, every neighborhood has its own personality. Even native New Yorkers can explore their own city without ever ceasing to be amazed. Visitors and locals can count on New York hotels being on the cutting edge of design and service not only in new buildings, but also in renovated classics.
2013 New York City Award Winners – Best Luxury Hotels
Exceptional, 10.0 based on 202 Guest Reviews
With a prime location in NYC’s trendy TriBeCa neighborhood, the Greenwich Hotel boasts beautiful bedrooms fitted with Carrara marble and Moroccan tile, a bamboo spa constructed, nail-free, by Japanese craftsmen and a cozy Italian restaurant.
Exceptional, 9.5 based on 1535 Guest Reviews
Housed in a 1927 building in an elegant neighborhood on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, the Mark Hotel is a beacon of high French style and modern American technology and comfort.
Exceptional, 9.5 based on 1174 Guest Reviews
Located on 5th Ave next to the famous Tiffany & Co., The Peninsula New York exudes tranquility and modernity with its marble bathrooms, technology and crisp linens.
Superb, 9.4 based on 252 Guest Reviews
The Crosby Street Hotel sits on a quiet cobblestone street in the heart of New York’s vibrant SoHo neighborhood between Prince and Spring Streets. The hotel has 86 individually designed bedrooms and suites over 11 floors that feature floor-to-ceiling warehouse style windows.
Superb, 9.3 based on 2789 Guest Reviews
Superb, 9.3 based on 804 Guest Reviews
At a midtown location on 5th Avenue and 55th Street, the St. Regis enjoys over a 100 year history with a refurbished design that has a fresh, bright, residential aesthetic and incorporates antique furnishings that connect the landmark hotel to its past.