Best Hotels in New York City

This is a list showing the best hotels in New York City which are recommended by the most popular travel experts around the world from CNN, Lonely Planet, Fodor’s, New York Times and more. All hotel recommendations have been referenced with customer reviews, and we only list hotels which have a review rating of at least 4 out of 5 stars.
Often referred to as NYC or simply New York, this fine city is one of dreams. The inspiration behind some of the most excellent music of all time as well as some of the best film, New York is indeed a city of dreams. The city has been described as the cultural, financial, and media capital of the world while its impact on sectors such as commerce, research, technology, politics, tourism, and sports is invaluable. The city’s fast pace defines the term New York minute. The city is also an important center of international diplomacy.
One of the most iconic statues in the world is the Statue of Liberty which symbolizes the ideals of liberty and peace of the United States. To the entire world, the statue is the symbol of the United States. It is one of the most visited spots in the city.
The city hosted three of the most visited tourist attractions in the world in 2013 with tens of millions of tourists visiting many districts and landmarks within the city. The city has been described by many as several appellations, some of them are world’s heart, and world’s crossroads.
Through the recommended hotels listed below, you can easily find the best places to stay in New York City.
If you like our list of design hotels in New York, then you should also check out our selection of boutique hotels in Toronto or luxury hotels in Boston.


What are the best neighborhoods to stay in New York City?

New York or the New York State is the most populous city of U.S. It is at the core of the business, music, culinary and several other prominent industries of United States. It is the city of world-class hotels, elegant cafes, unique markets, tourist attractions, carnivals, festivals and so on.

Chelsea is quite a popular name. It is a busy locality with a lot of working-class crowd. The nightlife at Chelsea is absolutely vibrant and thrilling. There are several art galleries in this region. The area of Chelsea makes for the perfect tourists' abode.

East Village
The very vibe of this neighbourhood, will lend you an air of joy and freedom. A lot of college students dwell here. The Tomkins Square Park is the gathering spot for the residents of East Village. This place is full of lively bars, and restaurants with beautiful decors and interiors.

Hell’s Kitchen
As its name suggests, this locality is all about food. A few strides away from the Times Square, Hell's Kitchen is an excellent place for food lovers. There are several eateries and authentic diners. Thai, Italian and French cuisines are quite popular here. The Ninth Avenue, Restaurant Row and the Hudson River make this place even more charming.

This is a pretty little historical place with schools and theatres. Harlem is absolutely New York at heart.

Nolita is not a busy locality. It is more of a peaceful, warm residential setting. The Mulberry, Moth and Elizabeth streets of Nolita, are quite a sight.

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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.”

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.”

4.8 Crosby Street Hotel NYC

Crosby Street Hotel, New York


“Each of the rooms is individually designed, with fun patterns and colors, big warehouse style windows, and a cozy, residential feel. The location is smack in the heart of the action in SoHo.”

Featured as Fodor’s Choice in New York.

4.4 Andaz Wall Street NYC

Hotel Andaz Wall Street, New York


“The Andaz is a wonderfully chic haven from the bustle of Manhattan. Designed by David Rockwell with a comfy, loft sensibility, the rooms are larger-than-the-norm, with floor-to-ceiling windows that let in scads of light (but are soundproofed for serenity).”

Featured as Frommer’s Exceptional Choice in New York.

4.3 High Line Hotel NYC

The High Line Hotel, New York


“Very few NYC hotels deserve the high price tag they wear. This one just may. Its interior is as grand, though delightfully quirky, with rooms that look like they could have been inhabited by a Gatsby type in the 1920s.”

Featured as Frommer’s Exceptional Choice in New York.

4.3 Gramercy Park Hotel NYC

Gramercy Park Hotel, New York


“One of the most coveted status symbols in NYC is a key to Gramercy Park. Stay here, though, and you can join the elite, in more ways than just park access. Few hotels in the city, or anywhere for that matter, are as truly luxurious or as riotously artistic.”

Featured as Frommer’s Exceptional Choice in New York.