Best NYC Boutique Hotels to Visit in 2016
New York City is known for the hustle and bustle, visitors are never at a loss at what to do when visiting the city. If you’re traveling to NYC my list of the best NYC boutique hotels to visit in 2016 will make you want to spend just as much time at the hotel as you do exploring the city.
Ravel Hotel in Long Island
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Ravel Hotel in Long Island features a roof top Asian bistro restaurant, serving pan-Asian fare, wine, and cocktails, that overlooks the Manhattan and Queensborough bridge. Enjoy live DJ music on the weekends. Outdoor seating is available. All 63 rooms at Ravel offers 400 thread count Egyptian cotton linens, triple sheeting and pillowtop mattresses. Television with satellite service, minibar, coffee/tea maker, and bath with shower/tub combination are in all rooms. The hotel also offers free transportation service to train/bus/subway stations and local restaurants. Room rates average around $250 per night and increases during peak travel seasons and holidays.
Z NYC Hotel
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All of Z NYC Hotel’s rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows that give guests amazing views of the East River and Manhattan. Relax after a long day in the plush robes, enjoy the waterfall shower, and step out onto the heated floors. Complimentary wi-fi is available throughout the hotel and their business center is open 24 hours. Other amenities include snack bar/deli, restaurant, rooftop terrace, and a nightclub. Room rates at Z NYC Hotel start around $154 per night.
YOTEL New York at Times Square
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YOTEL New York at Times Square is a luxurious modern hotel with unique and hip amenities. Catch up on your favorite shows or stream music on the techno wall. YOTEL has the city’s largest terrace, FOUR, where you can enjoy free coffee, tea, and muffins when you need a quick bite. FOUR is also home to the hotel’s gym. Guests can end their day at the on site restaurant, East & West, which serves some of the world’s best cuisine. Rates start at $220 per night for cabins with bunk beds.
Tribeca Grand Hotel
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Enjoy views of the historic Tribeca neighborhood from you room at the Tribeca Grand Hotel. Take advantage of the MacBook Pro Laptop in your room for business or personal projects. The hotel concierge can help you plan your perfect stay. Guests can dine in-room if they prefer to relax at the hotel, or they can hit the gym for a quick workout. Rates start at $309 per night for a superior room with king bed.
The London NYC Hotel
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The London NYC offers suites with separate spaces for sleeping and sitting. Rooms were designed to make guests feel like they are living in their own NYC apartment instead of a hotel. Offering spectacular views of the city or Central Park, The London’s rooms feature oversized showers, hand-made throws, and Italian linens. One of the biggest draws for the hotel is MAZE by Gordon Ramsay. The chic and casual restaurant serves lunch and dinner daily. The London NYC Club offers a host of fitness services including free weights, strength-training equipment, and training programs. Rooms are pricey, with rates starting at $524 during peak season.
Staying at any of these New York City hotels is sure to make your trip enjoyable and they offer lots to keep guests happy during their stay. But with all that they offer on-site, all are in popular areas for travelers who plan to explore the city.