Best Hotels in New York


In this list find the Best Hotels in New York


1. Salisbury Hotel

Spacious rooms across from New York’s Carnegie Hall.
This 17-story, Neo-Gothic–style hotel offers a prime Midtown Manhattan location across from Carnegie Hall, and only 2 blocks from Central Park and the stylish Fifth Avenue shopping district. Internet access is available throughout this New York hotel. The light-filled dining room serves a buffet breakfast daily.

The Salisbury Hotel is a smoke-free property. Plenty of room which originally designed as a suite hotel, the guestrooms are spacious and include walk-in closets, in-room safes, complimentary New York magazines, and windows that open; many have pantry kitchenettes.


2. Hilton Garden Inn

In Theater District, near New York’s Restaurant Row Located just a block from Times Square and the excitement of Broadway, this Midtown New York hotel is within 3 blocks of more than 20 big-name theaters; numerous corporate offices are within 6 blocks. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available throughout the Hilton Garden Inn. The on-site Pigalle brasserie, with pressed-tin ceiling, zinc bar, and Parisian posters, is a popular choice for pre-theater dining.

All guestrooms offer 27-inch LCD flat-panel televisions. Conveniences include compact refrigerators, microwaves, wireless and wired high-speed Internet access, and desks with ergonomic Herman Miller chairs.


3. The Michelangelo Hotel

Italian elegance near New York’s Rockefeller Center Infused with the spirit of Italy, this gracious Midtown hotel is 1 block from Radio City Music Hall and Rockefeller Center; Fifth Avenue shopping is less than 2 blocks away.

The Michelangelo Hotel’s restaurant serves both traditional and contemporary Italian fare. Buondi Caffe offers guests a selection of coffees, teas, and pastries each morning.

Spacious guestrooms have Art Deco, Country French, or Neoclassical decor. All include cherry-wood furniture, two TVs, Italian Frette robes, and chocolate “kisses” at turn down.


4. The New York Palace :

Palatial hotel across from St. Patrick’s Cathedral Built in 1882 by railroad baron Henry Villard, the landmark Villard Mansion is the grand entrance of this hotel, which is right across Madison Avenue from majestic Saint Patrick’s Cathedral.

Guests can work out in a 7,000-square-foot health club with views of St. Patrick’s. The hotel also features spa services and the acclaimed GILT restaurant, serving Modern American cuisine in an opulent setting.

Spacious guestrooms, some with views of the New York skyline or St. Patrick’s, feature separate seating/work areas with full-size desks and high-speed Internet access. Marble baths come with plush robes.


5. Crowne Plaza Times Square Manhattan :

At Tribeca Beauty Spa you will find the essence of serenity and well being as you embark on your journey towards ecstasy. The spa is home to “Skin Care by Nadia,” a division dedicated to face and body treatments.

The Tribeca Beauty Spa is full-service day spa dedicated to the highest quality service and personal attention in a relaxed and intimate atmosphere. They aim to deliver results-oriented health & beauty treatments by preserving the very best of grandma’s beauty secrets from Eastern Europe and incorporating the latest technologies. It’s Old World with a modern twist. Whether you choose to spend a full day, half day, or one treatment you will be happy that you took the time to invest in yourself.

Tribeca’s highly trained staff consists of qualified Cosmetologists, Estheticians and Massage therapists, all of whom are eager to pamper you and offer you the best in skin care and body treatments.


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