4.6 The Bowery Hotel NYC

The Bowery Hotel, New York


“Lying right at the intersection of hip and elegant, The Bowery Hotel is appointed with luxurious old world refinements and décor while retaining a vibe that’s lively and modern. Factory windows offer 360-degrees of the city.”

$ 335 $ 335 $ 335 $ 335
4.1 Standard High Line NYC

Hotel The Standard High Line, New York


“If aesthetics are a requisite, The Standard, High Line — situated directly above a stretch of old elevated railway now known as High Line Park — is a best of New York City landmark in Manhattan’s most model-intensive neighborhood.”

$ 219 $ 219 $ 219 $ 219
4.5 The William New York

Aparthotel The William, New York


“Though each suite has all the amenities that you’d find at home — kitchens, living spaces, work areas, and in some cases, private terraces — their shockingly bright color palette, quirky mid-century furniture and bold abstract art make it a stay you won’t soon forget.”

$ 179 $ 179 $ 179 $ 179
4.4 11 Howard Hotel NYC

11 Howard Hotel, New York

New York Times

“With its enviable location in a fashionable part of town, efficient and personable service and eye-catching design combined with its Starwood partnership, 11 Howard is a solid choice for both leisure and business travelers.”

$ 215 $ 215 $ 215 $ 215
4.5 Refinery Hotel NYC

Refinery Hotel Manhattan, New York

New York Times

“With its hat factory history, good location, upscale finish and an eager-to-please staff, the Refinery is a definite draw and is an ideal place for travelers who are looking to be near the city’s major tourist attractions. It lacked the polish of other well-established luxury properties in town, but that may improve over time, and its charm more than makes up for it.”

$ 189 $ 189 $ 189 $ 189
4.2 Paper Factory NYC

Paper Factory Hotel Queens, New York

New York Times

“This 123-room hotel in Long Island City, Queens, draws its name from its previous life as a paper factory. A short trip from Midtown Manhattan, the Paper Factory offers an exceptionally friendly staff and a more sophisticated experience than other Queens properties.”

$ 81 $ 81 $ 81 $ 81
4.6 CitizenM New York

Hotel CitizenM Times Square, New York

New York Times

“The trendy but affordable, limited-service hotel offers self-check-in at welcome kiosks in the art-filled double-height lobby staffed by friendly hosts. Fresh, funky and affordable, citizenM is a modern haven in touristy Times Square. Its D.I.Y. ethos, like picking your room art, offers efficiency with flair.”

$ 144 $ 144 $ 144 $ 144
4.5 Nomad Hotel NYC

The Nomad Hotel, New York

New York Times

“Conceived by Andrew Zobler, developer of the nearby Ace Hotel, the NoMad is the Ace for grown-ups. The hotel stands out for its bohemian glamour, from the laser-sharp but friendly service to the opulent yet intimate interiors.”

$ 266 $ 266 $ 266 $ 266
4.4 Marlton Hotel NYC

The Marlton Hotel, New York

New York Times

“During its bohemian heyday, scores of artists and writers stayed at the Marlton House, built in 1900 and beloved for its prime Greenwich Village location and cheap rates. The Marlton is a snug and affordable alternative to larger hotels, and it’s a must for anyone seeking to replicate downtown living.”

$ 195 $ 195 $ 195 $ 195
4.5 Ludlow Hotel New York

The Ludlow Hotel, New York

New York Times

“The Ludlow is in the heart of the Lower East Side, one of the city’s most desirable areas for the hip and youthful set. The hotel wins high marks for its neighborhood feel and is a smart choice for travelers looking for an authentic sense of place away from the crowds.”

$ 195 $ 195 $ 195 $ 195
4.0 Hotel Wales NYC

Hotel Wales, New York

New York Times

“The Hotel Wales, at 1295 Madison Avenue on the Upper East Side, is within walking distance of East Harlem. The hotel has 89 rooms and suites and a rooftop patio with views of Central Park.”

Shortlisted in New York Times’ 36 Hours in New York City.

$ 157 $ 157 $ 157 $ 157
4.4 Edge Hotel NYC

The Edge Hotel Washington Heights, New York

New York Times

“The Edge Hotel, on a leafy block of Washington Heights at 514 West 168 Street, is just steps away from the subway. A rare boutique hotel in the neighborhood, the modern 54-room property offers complimentary continental breakfast.”

Shortlisted in New York Times’ 36 Hours in New York City.

$ 139 $ 139 $ 139 $ 139