This Aloft hotel is in close proximity to Lower Manhattan attractions including Battery Park, the Brooklyn Bridge, the National September 11 Memorial & Museum and more.
While at the hotel, guests can enjoy drinks at W XYZ bar; play a leisurely game of pool at Re:mix lounge; grab a mid-day pick-me-up at Re:fuel by Aloft, the hotel’s grab & go gourmet pantry; and get in a workout at the Re:charge gym—open 24/7.If business or a festive affair is on the agenda, meeting and event spaces are available.Guests can stay connected with the hotel’s free Internet service.
As the name suggests, this hotel offers loft-inspired, comfy rooms—with nine-foot ceilings, extra-large windows, the hotel’s signature bed and oversized walk-in showers (complete with Bliss® Spa amenities). Guests can always stay connected via the hotel’s In-Touch Terminals, which provide easy Internet and email access.
Alternative Business Accommodations (ABA) & Ideal Furnished Housing, provides travelers with luxury furnished apartments with the highest level of service, in the best-quality properties at a competitive market price. The company’s contemporary apartments are found in several sought-after NYC locations, including Chelsea, the Financial District, Midtown, the Upper East and Upper West sides, Brooklyn and Long Island, as well as Jersey City, N.J., Connecticut and Westchester.
Located in a Beaux Arts building in Manhattan’s bustling Theater District—and right next door to the renowned Ed Sullivan Theater, home to the Late Show with David Letterman—The Ameritania blends modern décor with state-of-the-art comfort. Each of the 223 luxury guest rooms is decked out with rich mahogany paneling, modern bedside lamps and designer toiletries from C.O. Bigelow. After a day of exploring the nearby entertainment options, spa services and more, unwind back in the hotel’s lounge, which boasts the “Best Martini in Manhattan.”
Located in the Garment District, this 22-story, 180-room hotel blends industrial elegance and boutique intimacy with Chesterfield-style sofas, vibrant house art, exposed brick and wood-paneled millwork. Archer features Charlie Palmer Steak serving cuts of steak and beef dishes paired with craft beverages and selections of wine. High atop his new hotel, Archer serves up Spyglass Rooftop Bar, a classic all-season escape with crafted cocktails and sharable small bites amidst panoramic views of the Empire State and Chrysler buildings.
Arlo Hotels offers the first micro hotel in the U.S. with a four-star design. These efficient rooms have superior/modern furnishings and fixtures, as well as smart technology, to create a better experience for guests. There are 325 rooms that sleep from 1-4, in addition to ample common areas for guests. A rooftop space offers fantastic views of the Hudson River and One World Trade Center. There are also a Lobby Bar, Library and Living Room. These spaces are meant to connect guests with each other, supporting a creative environment.
Arlo Hotels offers the first micro hotel in the U.S. with a four-star design. These efficient rooms, that sleep 1-4 people, have superior/modern furnishings and fixtures, as well as smart technology, to create a better experience for guests. The rooftop bar has a 360° view of the city and offers neighborhood-inspired snacks and cocktails. A second floor bar and terrace is great for both guests and locals—the perfect spot to unwind after a day of adventures or somewhere to grab a drink with friends or colleagues after work.
The Upper West Side hotel rests in a century-old building with custom artwork, an original fireplace, and a 1920’s French elevator system in the lobby. Modern touches include a 24-hour business center and hotel-wide WiFi access.
On the food front, the hotel features three restaurants and bars, including LOCL Bar, serving Prohibition-era cocktails in the lobby; Serafina, with Northern Italian fare; and RedFarm, a greenmarket spin on Chinese cuisine. Guests can also people-watch in the Lobby Library and enjoy the sun on the 14th or 16th floor balconies.
Astor on the Park Hotel offers budget-friendly accommodations in a seven-story historic building right on world-famous Central Park. During a stay at this recently refurbished Upper West Side hotel, guests can relax in any of the 112 furnished rooms—complete with alarm clocks, CD players, color television and telephones. Marble bathrooms feature hairdryers and glass vanities. Extended-stay guests can request iron and ironing boards. And, for a small fee, wireless Internet is available.
Resting in bustling Midtown Manhattan—directly across the street from The Museum of Modern Art, Baccarat Hotel & Residences New York is a 50-story, contemporary Manhattan take on a Parisian hôtel particulier. Throughout the space, guests will find artisanal Baccarat crystal elements, including a sparkling mica-covered vaulted ceiling. The hotel’s art collection of photographs, paintings and more is comprised of pieces from auction houses across Paris, spanning from the 18th century to today. Commissioned works are also on display.