Book early for the Afternoon Tea at The Palm Court restaurant in the hotel. The food is magnificent, service excellent and the Rose verve Champaign is tasty.
Unfamiliar with the city and hiding out from fans, Charlie Chaplin once stayed here in 1916 because he didn’t know of any other hotel where you could dine. Read more.
MTV News: We attended the Blue Scholarship Gala Red Carpet here and it was tough to keep from humming Jadakiss’ ‘We All Made It.”
Whether you are down for a cocktail or just indulging in the random star sighting, you can’t go wrong here. Fashionistas make this a go-to spot to relax and take in the scenery.
In the heart of the East Village, the stylized Bowery hotel is the place to be. The perfect spot for a celebrity sighting in the city that never sleeps.
The room service bacon is the finest in all creation.
If you need to stay in Times Square, this is the best hotel for the money. Really clean, comfortable rooms and fantastic service. Surprisingly cheap for NYC hotels.
Great cocktail bar, fantastic designer' lounge area and free wifi: all of this steps away from times square!!
If you find yourself in need of a good spot to sit and wifi in Times Square, try the blazing fast internet in the citizenM lobby.
This cute boutique hotel offers great service, comfy beds, and a beautiful guests-only courtyard. Be sure to go to the Crosby Bar for cocktails, or go to the private screening room to watch a movie.
the drawing room is one of my favorite quiet spaces in the neighborhood. it's great for a catchup over tea or drinks. if it's nice out, you can also pop into the inner courtyard.
Order the bacon-wrapped dates in the restaurant/bar. Celeb stylist Rachel Zoe uses this hotel as her NYC base, and the Tribeca Film Fest loves the private screening room. Read more.
Best ever breakfast with porridge, thin pancakes with caviar and fresh lychee tee. A little bit confused by guys wearing ties for breakfast
“If you’re willing to spend some bucks, I love the St. Regis. They don’t make them like this anymore.” – Anthony Bourdain
Bloody Mary was invented here. And they are the perfect amount of spice and tomato-y goodness.
Co-hosted a wonderful event in the Gramercy Room with 85 Broads, Zacapa Rum, and Seven Bar Foundation. The chef created a delicious 4-course tasting menu that were paired with rum cocktails.
Christmas Decoration. It's So beautiful.
The 45-foot indoor pool on the 23rd (top) floor of the Peninsula Hotel is surrounded by teak columns and a black tile floor, and has a full-time attendant. It's part of the hotel's three-floor spa. Read more.
A luxurious hotel that has been open since 1930! We love the large rooms and high ceilings and find it easy to relax to the incredible park views.The beds are comfortable and room service is amazing.
The Pierre occupies a choice corner right on Central Park and is conveniently located right by New York's prime 5th Avenue shopping! Check out the restaurant, Le Caprice and try the fish & chips! Read more.
View real guest photos and video of The Pierre Hotel. Check out the rooms and suites before you check in.Read more. Read more.
Great location, cozy and spacious room with interesting vintage furniture/accessories, and they have intelligentsia coffee. What more could I want!
Intelligentsia coffee can't go wrong
This is easily my favorite boutique hotel in the city. The staff is extremely friendly and helpful. About 6 months after I returned for my second stay, they still remembered my face and room. <3 them!
The hotel is beautiful. All the little details are stunning - from the room keys to the laundry bag. Service is great, everybody is very helpful! Besides, great location!
B loves staying in hotels because they’re anonymous. Note to B: I love hotels because they are not as anonymous as they seem. I’m always watching!
Free wi-fi and some of the city's finest coffee from the adjacent Stumptown cafe. Need we say more? Arrive early in order to get a seat! - Todd Olmstead.