Hotels

The James New York SoHo

Located in SoHo, the James hotel offers two bars and a restaurant on-site. Guests can enjoy views of the city from the rooftop. Rooms boast a floor-to-ceiling glass wall separating the bathroom from the living quarters. Each room includes wood floors, 42-inch flat-screen TVs and free WiFi is available. Visit the Sky Lobby, reached by a glass elevator, which offers free snacks and beverages daily. A two-story glass wall overlooks the outdoor Urban Garden and neighboring sculpture garden.

The Jane

Located in the West Village, this trendy hotel with an old-school feel is near The High Line park and adjacent to the Hudson River. The hotel rests in a historic building, originally the American Seaman’s Friend Society Sailors’ Home and Institute and was designed by the same architect known for Ellis Island’s immigration station.

Onsite amenities include Cafe Gitane, complimentary use of bicycles and free wireless Internet access.

The Kimberly Hotel

In Midtown East, near Grand Central Terminal, Saks Fifth Avenue, Barneys New York and more, The Kimberly Hotel is teeming with onsite amenities for guests to enjoy. Guests can get in a workout at the recently renovated fitness center, which includes state-of-the-art cardio equipment; see and be seen at Upstairs, the hotel’s penthouse level bar and lounge, as well as Bistango—the hotel’s newly opened Italian restaurant—and Ibis, offering an extensive menu of Mediterranean-inspired dishes. Meeting and event spaces are available.

The Kitano New York

This Japanese-owned boutique hotel, located in Manhattan’s historic Murray Hill district, near the Empire State Building and other world-renowned attractions, blends traditional Asian hospitality and contemporary convenience. While at the hotel, guests enjoy award-winning Kaiseki cuisine at Hakubai, marvel at museum-quality artwork in public areas and guest rooms (including works by Paul Jenkins, Red Grooms, Ed Baynard, Joel Greenberg and Henri Silberman), and bop to the beat of nightly world-class jazz entertainment in JAZZ at KITANO.

The Knickerbocker

Built in 1906 by John Jacob Astor IV, the Beaux Arts-designed Knickerbocker played host to some of the world’s biggest names in entertainment, politics, culture and high society in the early 20th Century.

The Lexington New York City, Autograph Collection

Earn Marriott Rewards Points at the newest Autograph Collection Hotel in NYC, The Lexington. Inspired by the romance and colorful allure of its Jazz-age roots, the newly renovated Lexington provides cosmopolitan travelers with a truly enriching New York experience with all the glamour and sophisticated style of the 1920s.

The London NYC

At this Midtown West hotel, in close proximity to Rockefeller Center and Radio City Music Hall, guests will find spacious suites—fashioned by interior designer David Collins and offering a minimum 500 square feet of space, as well as The London NYC Club fitness center. When it comes to food, celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay’s dining outposts at the hotel include the casual yet sophisticated MAZE by Gordon Ramsay, the exclusive Chef’s Table and the dynamic London Bar. Meeting and event spaces are also available.

The Lowell

Situated on the fashionable Upper East Side, The Lowell rests on a quiet, tree-lined street just a block away from Central Park. Guests to this hotel enjoy such onsite amenities as a fitness center, which overlooks East 63rd Street and comes complete with top-of-the-line exercise equipment.

When it comes to dining, guests can partake in Royal Tea in The Pembroke Room—the hotel’s elegant onsite restaurant.  The space can also accommodate up to 60 guests for a private event.

The Lucerne Hotel

At this fashionable Upper West Side hotel, near area attractions such as Central Park and Museum Mile, guests will find onsite amenities such as a spa, where visitors can choose from treatments such as a Revitalizing Hot Stone massage, Purifying Facial, and Chamomile Hand and Foot treatment. In-room spa treatments also are available. When it comes to a workout, the hotel features a state-of-the-art fitness center open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Lucerne guests can also enjoy a run, bike ride, or walk in nearby Central Park or Riverside Park.

The Ludlow

This Lower East Side hotel is near fashionable boutiques, galleries and more. Guests can see and be seen and enjoy creative cocktails at The Lobby Lounge & Garden. On the food front, hungry travelers can eat at Dirty French—a New York bistro created by Major Food Group’s Mario Carbone, Rich Torrisi and Jeff Zalaznick, where delectable bites like Duck à l’Orange with ras el hanout and preserved oranges and Trout Amandine with sesame and apricots take center stage.

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