Do you have friends or family coming to visit the city this fall? Or perhaps you and your BF (or gal pals) are looking to get out of your apartment for a weekend staycation in a different part of town? Check out MG’s list of fabulush boutique hotels in Manhattan to help narrow down the perfect & posh place to stay for a weekend getaway…
The Library Hotel / Midtown / 299 Madison Ave., New York, NY 10017 / 212.983.4500
The Library Hotel is a quite literally what is says to be, a library. The concept of the hotel is inspired by the Dewey Decimal system and is decorated with over 6,000 books that guest are invited to enjoy. Check out availability & pricing here.
Bryant Park Hotel / Midtown / 40 W 40th St., New York, NY 10018 / 212.869.0100
The Bryant Park Hotel is an upscale place to stay in a posh part of town. If you long for luxury and style in a weekend visit then you absolutely must check out the Bryant Park Hotel today. Reserve your room here.
The Bowery Hotel / Bowery / 335 Bowery New York, NY 10003 / 212.505.9100
his charming little hotel located down in Bowery is perfect if you love lower Manhattan. The rooms are spacious and rustic, allowing you to unwind and relax in a bustling part of the city. Check out available spaces & more here.
Refinery Hotel / Midtown / 63 W 38th St. New York, NY 10018 / 646.664.0310
The Refinery Hotel is one of the most popular hotels for their vibrant atmosphere and fun amenities. Refinery’s Rooftop Bar is also a fabulush place to go enjoy city views and have a cocktail. Read about the room rates, amenities and more here.
The Nolitan Hotel / Nolita / 30 Kemare St., New York, NY 10012 / 212.925.2555
The Nolitan Hotel is a trendy spot to stay down near Soho and Little Italy. As it seems, the rooms are decorated in a laid- back style, which fits nicely with the downtown, Soho vibes. Check out more information about this hipster here.
Langham Place Hotel, Fifth Avenue /Midtown / 400 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10018 / 212.695.4045
Langham Hotels & Resorts are some of the most posh places to stay across the U.S… At the Langham Place on Fifth Ave style and luxury diverge in a relaxing, upscale atmosphere. The various suites have breathtaking views of Midtown and the hotel features delicious dining options for guests to enjoy. Read about the rooms and other amenities by clicking here.
Hotel Giraffe / NoMad / 365 Park Ave. S., New York, NY 10016 / 212.685.7700
Hotel Giraffe is a swanky little hotel located on Park Ave. South. Their message is sophistication and style, which is not only reflected in the hotel’s décor, but also in its overall aura. To find out more about rooms & rates check out their website by following the link.
The Greenwich Hotel / TriBeCa / 377 Greenwich St., New York, NY 10013 / 212.941/8900
The Greenwich Hotel is where culture and modernity diverge.Tucked away in Tribeca, this boutique hotel will transport you from the busy streets of Manhattan to a place of tranquility and peace. Read more about their accommodations & rooms here.
Crosby Street Hotel / SoHo / 79 Crosby St., New York, NY 10012/ 212.226.6400
This boutique hotel will make you feel euro-chic as it is designed to look like its sister hotels in London. The Crosby Street Hotel is contemporary and upscale, and its location in SoHo makes it a perfect place to seek refuge after a day of shopping or sightseeing. For information on rooms, rates & reservation dates click here.
The Iroquois New York / Midtown / 49 W 44th St., New York, NY 10036 / 212.840.3080
The Iroquois Hotel is a historic and stylish hotel located off of Bryant Park. As it seems, the hotel was erected in the early 20th century and has been one of the most popular in the area ever since. The hotel is also known for their impressive “Wigwam Bar.” Explore photos and room rates here.
The Lowell / Upper East Side / 28 E 63rd St., New York, NY 10085 / 212.838.1400
The Lowell is an absolutely fabulush and posh boutique hotel located on a quiet side street off of Madison Ave. Exclusivity and luxury are both guaranteed at The Lowell, as it is all custom designed by Michael Smith, the world famous interior designer. Make your reservation here.
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By Midtown Girl editorial staff