Fantastic Luxury Hotels in New York City

Who doesn’t want to travel, at least once, in New York City? People from all over the world dream about seeing the Big Apple’s famous attractions and getting a glimpse of what this city stands for. And when you go to New York, you should go in style and indulge yourself. Here are five luxury hotels in New York City located close to famous attractions for a perfect stay here.

Stay in the Heart of NYC’s Tourist Center

Located in the Theater District, just two blocks from Fifth Avenue and five from Rockefeller Center, the W New York – Times Square is a slick hotel that’s great for travelers who want to stay in the heart of the city. The modern amenities include plasma TVs, DVD players, Wi-Fi (fee), and valet parking (fee). Pets are allowed (fee), and for those who want to stay in shape there is the fully equipped FIT® Gym, open 24/7.

Times Square New York City
Times Square New York City

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Choose a Hotel Located in the Middle of Times Square

Renovated in the spring of 2013, Hilton Times Square offers some of the largest standard-size rooms in Midtown Manhattan. Each room has, among other features, a laptop-size safe, an in-room refrigerator, and a 46-inch flat-screen TV. On your stay here, you’ll enjoy free Wi-Fi in public areas, a fitness center, free newspapers in the lobby, and you’ll be able to access laundry facilities and valet parking if you need them. The hotel is also a great choice for business events — there is 5,500 square feet of meeting space available. You’ll be close to Ripley’s Believe It or Not, Madison Square Garden, the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, and more.

Stay at a Hotel with a Decor Inspired by Jazz Music

How would you like a renovated hotel with a decor featuring jazzy accents (suites named for famous residents), rooms with 42-inch flat-screen televisions and blackout window treatments, and a prime location at a more accessible price? There is such a place: The Lexington New York City, Autograph Collection, located close to the Grand Central Terminal, Rockefeller Center, and the Chrysler Building, among others. The hotel’s offer is completed by a signature restaurant, a 24-hour gym, a business center, and three modern meeting rooms.

Chrysler Building New York City
Chrysler Building
New York City

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Stay in a Historic 1926 Building

With a restaurant and a lounge, fitness and business centers, and modern guest rooms with work desks that have international plugs for electronics, flat-screen TVs, and Wi-Fi (fee varies depending on the room chosen), Warwick New York is a must-see luxury hotel in the city. You’ll be staying in a historic 1926 building, enjoying the refined decor of the rooms and being close to multiple iconic New York attractions like the Empire State Building, Central Park, and many theaters.

Central Park New York City
Central Park
New York City

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Choose a Modern Hotel Close to Times Square

YOTEL New York at Times Square is a stylish hotel where you’ll be enjoying free Wi-Fi, a techno wall in each room, a luggage-storing robot (YOBOT), and access to laundry services, a gym, and a lovely outdoor terrace. You’ll be a bit away from the hustle of the city, but still close to Times Square.

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