Discover a destination at once bohemian, sophisticated and inspiring.
SIXTY SoHo hotel mirrors its stylish surroundings, standing as an inimitable hotel
in one of New York City’s most vibrant neighborhoods.

Stay in big city style, relax in newly renovated guestrooms
and suites, and imbibe at stunning spaces at this upscale SoHo hotel.
Enjoy the stunning skyline from their exclusive roof top bar.

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The Standard

Rising above a former elevated train line that has become
downtown’s favorite public park,  The Standard, High Line is located in
New York City’s cool Meatpacking District.

Every one of the 338 rooms features a full wall of floor-to-ceiling windows
with sweeping views of Manhattan and/or the mighty Hudson River.
The views get better the higher you go, so plump for 8th floor and above if you can.

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The Viceroy

Just two blocks from Central Park and walking distance to museums and high-end boutiques,
Viceroy New York has an enviable upper-Midtown address.

Viceroy New York features an elegant selection of spacious hotel rooms
close to Central Park, all featuring luxurious amenities and
services with the intimacy of a boutique hotel. Enjoy stunning city views,
Neil George spa products, custom Sferra linens, and more. Free wifi

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Nylo Hotel

The industrial-chic Nylo hotel is 2 blocks from the subway
and an 8-minute walk from both the American Museum of Natural History and Central Park.

Modern rooms are brightly lit and have wood floors,
flat-screen TVs, free WiFi, desks, coffeemakers and custom artwork
from local artists; suites add extra living space. Some rooms also have balconies with city views.

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  • Hotel Americano


Hotel Americano

Overlooking the High Line, the minimalist-chic
Hotel Americano is next to the High Line and Chelsea.

Japanese-inspired rooms have free WiFi, stylish furniture,
flat-screen TVs and iPads, as well as bean bag chairs, platform beds,
denim bathrobes and felt-wool slippers. Some rooms have hanging fireplaces and soaking tubs.

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The Marlton

The swanky, luxury The Marlton Hotel is in a historic Greenwich Village
building that dates back to 1900 and once hosted famed cultural figures.
It’s located 2 blocks from Washington Square Park and 4 blocks from the subway.

The cozy but refined rooms include stylish designer furniture, unique accents,
wood floors and free WiFi. The penthouse suite adds a separate living area and terrace.

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In the heart of New York City’s Lower East Side lies
luxury amid haute minimalism, SIXTY LES, carries the artful spirit of the city
through its every suite, space and dining venue,
from an Andy Warhol filmstrip pool to Lee Friedlander-made glowing
headboards to bespoke Jim Walrod interior design elements.

Rooms offer everything from floor-to-ceiling windows to
oversized terrycloth robes by Frette, some rooms have balcony and
illuminated light box headboards and sleek black mirrored walls.

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Hotel Nolitan

In hip NoLita, the chic boutique Hotel Nolitan is a 5-minute walk
from SoHo shops or Little Italy restaurants, and a 10-minute walk
from Lower East Side nightlife or Chinatown.

Pared-down room decor features hardwood floors, large windows
that open and free-standing bathtubs, plus complimentary WiFi,
minibars, plasma TVs and iPod docks; several rooms have balconies
and upper floors have panoramic views.

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The Refinery Hotel

The retro, industrial-chic rooms at The Refinery Hotel
feature 12-ft ceilings, windows that open, wood floors,
mosaic tile bathrooms and original art; all rooms have minibars,
24-hour room service, WiFi, LCD TVs and iPod docks.

Popular roof top bar with views over the Empire State Building.

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Ace Hotel

At the Ace Hotel you will find uniquely decorated rooms
with original artwork range from cozy bunk-bed rooms to roomier corner suites.
All have free WiFi and minibars; some also have full fridges or turntables.

Off the large columned lobby there is an art gallery, a farm-to-table restaurant,
an oyster bar and a coffee bar; downstairs is an event space and boardroom.

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The NoMad Hotel

The NoMad Hotel is housed in a turn of the century Beaux-Arts building t
hat has been fully restored to its original grandeur with
interiors by French designer Jacques Garcia.

The 168 rooms are residential in feel and decorated in his classic, timeless style.
Each room is appointed with hand-selected, richly textured
custom-designed furnishings and original artwork.
The soaring ceilings throughout the public spaces provide
a fine gathering place to enjoy dining, drinking and socializing.

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Ludlow Hotel

Set in the Lower East Side, the cool Ludlow hotel is a 4-minute walk from
the subway and it feels right at home in one of New York’s historically hippest ‘hoods.

Bright, modern rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows,
and bathrooms offer soaking tubs and/or rainfall shower heads.
Some rooms add sitting areas, city views and/or terraces or balconies.

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Bowery Hotel

The hip Bowery Hotel with an old-world look is 2 blocks
from Cooper Square and a 1-minute walk to the Bleecker Street subway station.

The vintage guest rooms feature floor-to-ceiling, industrial-style windows,
marble baths and wood floors with Asian rugs, plus flat-screen TVs with DVD players
and free WiFi. Suites and 1-bedrooms add a sitting area,
with the latter having an additional small terrace.

Since its opening, the Lobby Bar has becoming a favourite destination f
or A-listers in search of a glam-drenched venue.

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The Standard East Village

Minimalist rooms at the Standard East Village comes with goose-down pillows,
flat-screen TVs and desks, as well as free WiFi and 24-hour room service.
Upgraded rooms and suites add floor-to-ceiling windows, New York City views,
separate sitting areas and/or bathrooms with heated floors.

There’s an upscale, American restaurant with an open kitchen and a garden,
plus a clubby cafe/bar with a roadside patio.

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Soho Grand

The refined rooms (some with views of the Empire State Building) at Soho Grand
feature free WiFi, iPod docks, flat-screen TVs and DVD players.
Suites add separate living spaces, wet bars and iPads.

Guests can also borrow vintage-inspired bicycles in the warmer months
to explore the city; or claim a lounger in the hotel’s seasonal outdoor bar/eatery The Yard,
or hole up with a cocktail by the fireplace in the Club Room, a glamorous year-round lounge.

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1 Central Park Hotel

The stylish 1 Central Park is a 2-minute walk from Central Park
and a 6-minute walk from the Museum of Modern Art.

The rustic-chic rooms and suites have reclaimed wood accents and
come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tablets with personalized apps.
They also offer 24/7 room service, Nespresso machines and yoga mats.
In-room spa treatments can also be arranged for a fee.

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11 Howard 

11 Howard Hotel is located in the last old, cool domain in SoHo
where things are really interesting. At the crossroads of the Bowery,
Chinatown, and Little Italy, the hotel specializes in great food, great design,
and very casual luxury – delivering a great New York experience.

The design team gutted a characterless structure built in 1961,
and reinvented the space with a dose of Scandinavian minimalism.
More than looking Scandinavian, the hotel embraces Scandinavian ideals
—lightness, honesty, utility, and durability.

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