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It can be hard to know where to stay in the City that Never Sleeps, but here are a few boutique hotels up for your consideration. Whether you prioritize location, amenities, or luxury, there’s sure to be one on the list that stands out as The One.
Affordable and located on NYC’s Upper West Side, the Milburn Hotel offers exceptional value for what you get. All rooms are spacious (by New York City standards) and come with a kitchenette, flat-screen TV, a workspace, free Wi-Fi, and is just a short distance from Broadway. The hotel also hosts cozy community areas like a fireplace library lounge, a computer area, and even an exercise room. A quick flip through reviews shows that many patrons have been using this hotel as an NYC base for years.
At the Flatiron Hotel, it’s all about the views. Each of the 65 rooms at this luxury boutique hotel features a stellar view of NYC’s Flatiron District, near Chelsea and Midtown. The building itself is a New York landmark with rooms that each have Jacuzzi bathtubs or rainfall style showers. There’s also a television inside of the bathroom mirror. Don’t miss spending time at Toshi’s Penthouse, an event venue with postcard-perfect views of the NYC skyline. Otherwise, check out Toshi’s Living Room, a restaurant serving delicious eats alongside music ranging from jazz to R&B to contemporary pop artists.
Broadway Plaza Hotel
Trendy with recently renovated rooms, the Broadway Plaza Hotel is located in NYC’s Flatiron district overlooking 27th and Broadway. The rooms, decorated in modern black and white with unique art pieces, come in a range of sizes to suit solo or group travelers. Not one to nickel-and-dime, the hotel offers a complimentary continental breakfast, 24-hour Starbucks coffee and tea, and Wi-Fi access.
The Michelangelo Hotel
Blending modern luxury with Italian hospitality, The Michelangelo Hotel is a place where you don’t have to sacrifice quality for location. With 179 rooms, the hotel is one of New York’s largest boutique accommodations. The hotel offers a range of different size rooms to suit the needs and budget of every guest. On-site, you can find a 24-hour fitness center, a dining room perfect for eating a pre-tour breakfast, and a lounge. Bright and comfortable, The Michelangelo is the perfect spot for those who want something more upscale for an affordable price.
Rounding off the list with a bang, The Mark, overlooking Madison Avenue, is a 5-star luxury hotel that seems to draw rave reviews from anyone who goes there. Built in 1927, The Mark takes pride in being sensationally upscale. On-site, you can find a hair salon, a bicycle rental stand (with picnic essentials), in-room dining, a fitness center, a shoeshine service, and more. If you want to go all out in NYC to experience the luxe life, The Mark is certainly the perfect place to start.