The Mark Hotel offers an elegant experience to sophisticated travelers. The property was developed by Alexico Group and designed by Jacques Grange, whose philosophy resides in comfort and chic, capped with high visual style. The Mark Hotel offers exquisite service by providing as many satisfactory amenities its guests can enjoy, including The Mark’s critically acclaimed The Mark restaurant by renowned Chef Jean-Georges and The Mark Bar, the Frederic Fekkai Salon at The Mark, and The Mark’s Punch Fitness Center—a state-of-the-art gym with onsite personal training.
This extended-stay hotel, located in the residential Upper East Side—near Museum Mile, Central Park and more, offers travelers one-, two- and three-bedroom deluxe suites and studios, which provide the comforts of home. Accommodations feature in-room business facilities including complimentary wired and wireless Internet, fully equipped kitchens and large windows—many of which gaze upon the Empire State Building. More than 80 of the suites have balconies off the living rooms, and some have Jacuzzi-equipped baths.
The hotel also includes a 24-hour exercise room. Pets are welcome.
Embracing urban comfort and mod style, The Maxwell Hotel features a playful vibe for any New York City adventure. The Midtown hotel is less than 1.2 mi from Times Square and the Museum of Modern Art. It features a full-service spa, tour desks, gym and rooms with a flat-screen TV. The Maxwell New York City rooms include a mini-bar and a snack bar. The hotel also offers bathrobes, internet access and a 10,000-square-foot spa, an on-site restaurant, the Heartbeat, which serves breakfast, lunch and dinner.
The Michelangelo is an authentic Italian luxury lifestyle hotel located in Midtown Manhattan, within steps of Rockefeller Center, Broadway theaters, MoMA and the most exclusive boutiques on Fifth Avenue. Its lobby is a magnificent space enriched with Italian marble, original paintings and a dramatic crystal chandelier. Italian and European artwork adorns both public and private spaces. Fine "Made in Italy" furniture, Murano glass and imported lush velvets and silks are utilized throughout.
Located on the Upper West Side, near several uptown attractions including the American Museum of Natural History, Lincoln Center and Central Park, guests to this family-friendly hotel are treated to onsite amenities such as a fireplace lounge and library; lobby floor computer room open 24 hours; breakfast/meeting room serving complimentary continental breakfast every morning; well-equipped exercise room with cardio fitness equipment, weights, and individual flat-screen cable TV’s with headphones; and complimentary use of a modern gym and 25-meter heated swimming pool just one block away.
This 200-room boutique hotel—near Times Square and the Theater District—offers travelers several onsite amenities, including high-speed WiFi access; NIOS, a restaurant and wine bar featuring globally inspired cuisine; evening wine hour; in-room spa services; the use of the hotel’s complimentary custom-designed PUBLIC bikes to get around town; and a complimentary onsite 24-hour fitness center. Meeting and event spaces are available.
The New York EDITION sits directly across from Madison Square Park. Originally built in 1909 as the headquarters for The Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, the historic 41-story clock tower is a New York landmark.
While at the hotel, guests can enjoy a creative cocktail in the intimate lobby bar, get in a workout and enjoy a bit of pampering in the 1,650-square-foot, state-of-the-art fitness center & spa located on the 39th floor. If a meeting or event is on the agenda, the hotel includes approximately 2,100 square feet of meeting and event space.
Near Midtown, Manhattan attractions such as the Empire State Building, Herald Square and Koreatown, this budget-friendly boutique hotel offers travelers several complimentary onsite amenities, including WiFi in the lobby, business center, continental breakfast, and use of the fitness center.
This venerable Midtown East hotel is housed in a building dating back to 1882—the former residence of financier Henry Villard, who commissioned McKim, Mead & White to create a residence of singular style. Today, guests can enjoy any of the 909 rooms and suites, all offering plasma TVs and Molton Brown bath products. Guests can also opt for a stay in one of the Tower accommodations—a hotel-within-a-hotel, with 176 guest rooms and suites.