New York City

Hotels in New York City

A recent renovation gave the Smyth Hotel a new mid-century residential vibe, with the lobby envisioned as Tribeca's living room. Little Park by Andrew Carmellini draws New Yorkers and visitors alike for inventive small plates. Evening Bar provides a great place for a nightcap.

A chic but affordable home base for a New York City visit, the Harlem Flophouse is set in a historic 1890s townhouse that was once a single-family home.

Set in a Gothic brick building on the grounds of the General Theological Seminary, this hip Chelsea hotel resembles a set from a Wes Anderson film.

NoMo SoHo (formerly called the Mondrian) opened its 263 rooms in February 2011 and was renovated in April 2015. It’s an odd mix of 18th-century elegance and postmodern New Yawk—designer Benjamin Noriega-Ortiz said he was inspired by Cocteau’s 1946 film La Belle et la Bête.

A multi-million dollar renovation turned this gorgeous hotel (formerly 60 Thompson) into SIXTY Soho, the flagship of the new SIXTY hotels brand. Envisioned as a blend of bohemian chic and modern jetsetter style, the property exudes Downtown luxury right down to the bespoke art collection.

André Balazs returns with his latest Standard hotel, this time in the East Village in what was the Cooper Square Hotel in this imposing 21-story high rise building.

The property’s May 2015 opening in the 1909 Met Life Tower on Madison Square Park marked hotelier Ian Schrager’s return to New York.

This brick-clad boutique hotel in the heart of Greenwich Village is equidistant from the Village Vanguard, Bleecker Street, Union Square, and Washington Square.

Hotelier Sean MacPherson drew inspiration from 1980s New York for the Ludlow Hotel on the Lower East Side. Rooms feature design touches like fur throws and some have private terraces.

The Conrad, which has been open since 2012, is a great option for a modernist hotel in the heart of downtown.

This creative B&B blends luxury with a rustic Brooklyn vibe.

This chic, glass-walled hotel abuts Williamsburg’s popular McCarren Park.

In a former factory by the waterfront of Willamsburg’s north side, this boutique property is hot as much for its 70 rooms as it is for its always-packed rooftop bar, The Ides, and it’s main floor restaurant, Reynard.

People are still buzzing about the “new Brooklyn,” where each artisan establishment seems to out-craft the next. And the Wythe—near the Williamsburg riverfront—has become the crown jewel of the borough’s renaissance.