Best hotels in New York

Here you'll find a list of the best hotels in New York which have been recommended by critics from The New York Times, The Guardian, Lonely Planet and many more. All hotel recommendations are referenced with customer reviews from several booking platforms and all listed hotels have a rating of at least 4 out of 5 stars.

4.6 The Bowery Hotel NYC

The Bowery Hotel, New York

CNN

“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
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
4.8 Crosby Street Hotel NYC

Crosby Street Hotel, New York

CNN

“With high ceilings and full length windows reflective of SoHo’s history as a factory cum gallery district, Hotelier Firmdale’s only non-London property is an all-new structure built in the neighborhood’s classic style, its 86 guest rooms each receiving their own individual designs.”

$555
4.3 Gramercy Park Hotel NYC

Gramercy Park Hotel, New York

Lonely Planet

“Formerly a grand old dame, the Gramercy’s major face-lift has it looking young and sexy. The rooms deliver customized oak furnishings, 400-count Italian linens and big, feather-stuffed mattresses on sprawling beds.”

$329
4.1 Standard High Line NYC

Hotel The Standard High Line, New York

CNN

“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
4.5 The William New York

Aparthotel The William, New York

CNN

“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