New York's Best New Hotels

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From Times Square to Wall Street, Manhattan’s hotel scene is booming. Here are the best of the Big Apple’s new arrivals.

Intercontinental TimesSquare

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The sleek, sculptural LEED-certified skyscraper is welcome new eye candy for Times Square denizens—plus, its five-corner design means that most of the 607 guest rooms enjoy unrivaled panoramas of Midtown, the Hudson, and beyond.

We love: The “concierge lounge,” in which staffers dole out insider tips about restaurants in nearby Hell’s Kitchen. Doubles from $349.

New York's Best New Hotels

Intercontinental TimesSquare

The sleek, sculptural LEED-certified skyscraper is welcome new eye candy for Times Square denizens—plus, its five-corner design means that most of the 607 guest rooms enjoy unrivaled panoramas of Midtown, the Hudson, and beyond.

We love: The “concierge lounge,” in which staffers dole out insider tips about restaurants in nearby Hell’s Kitchen. Doubles from $349.

Courtesy of InterContinental
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