Located on a reservation for the non-endangered Young-Affluent-White-Chicks-Who-Work-in-PR species. Glitzy boutique from the peeps behind the Library, Elysée, and Casablanca. Not cheap, room... read more
Sets the standard for living the Soho dolce vita. Seventy-five high-ceilinged mini-lofts feature FACE Stockholm products, exquisite linens, and a Dean & Deluca minibar. Quietly elegant style, wood ... read more
Trendsetting boutique pioneer flawlessly merges Soho's industrial hulk with its fashionista ways. Eight-foot windows bring the city into your understated, neutral-toned digs, decked with Bose sound... read more
Possibly the most peaceful rooms in the city. Disappear behind an unmarked door into a dusky rose-tinted haze on one of New York's quietest blocks. Very Edith Wharton. Take tea at the dainty Lady M... read more
If Warhol's Factory ran a hotel. Starck design, pop murals, swirling fun. Pretend you're going to one of the multiple art galleries located within when you're really on a beeline for the model-only... read more
Recently renovated deluxe rooms have old Hollywood glamour shots and minimalist design. Other rooms are just minimalist, and on the small side. Quaint feel pervades, especially in the '30s lobby. L... read more
Luxe members-only club via London, dotted with the occasional celeb. Opulent environs dovetail with general posh decadence. Lounge about the 40-foot Chesterfield sofa and skinny dip in the infamous... read more
As close to the West Village townhouse experience one can get without buying a shih tzu and an Equinox pass. Two beautiful, historic homes with a melange of rooms ranging from romantic to too-cutes... read more
Puts the B&B into Alphabet City. Actually, hold that second B—caffeine is as close as you'll come to breakfast. The place is clean, quirky, and boasts ethnically themed rooms like the Mex... read more
Wins points for location near nightlife-heavy LES and shop-heavy Soho. Competent temporary crash site for dazed-looking Chinese businessmen and Bowery Ballroom-bound rockers on budget-conscious ind... read more
Euro-style haven near Soho and Chinatown crossroads. More bang for your buck than Times Square towers. Business travelers invited to sink into pillow-top mattresses dressed in crisp white linens. T... read more
Located in a neighborhood most New Yorkers refer to as "way the hell downtown," the latest offering from the groove merchants at W Hotels is a huge vote of confidence for the revival of the former ... read more
Staring straight down into Ground Zero, offers unparalleled views (beyond One World Trade Center, you’ll also get the Brooklyn Bridge and the Statue of Liberty). Despite crawling with suits, ... read more
A new kid on the flower-strewn block, Hotel Indigo accommodates business and leisure travelers alike with posh rooms and fancy amenities. After a day of work or sightseeing, enjoy fine dining at th... read more
Bobo HQ alights in Gramercy. Ian Schrager's remodel trips out on tapestries and velvet, with leather-topped desks for better sex. Art celebrity Julian Schnabel pitched in, big buck specialty suites... read more
TEMPORARILY CLOSED. Remains a New York treasure, despite recent management upheaval. Tread in footsteps of Twain, Dylan, Warhol, and Christo. Eclectic charmer has inspired all manner of artist sinc... read more
One-stop shopping with great blend of cutting-edge chic and ready-t...
Michael White of Ai Fiori et al does an Italian steakhouse south of...
South Brooklyn Pizza peeps wrap a stealth Italian spot around their...
Kristi Paras of Zachary's Smile re-ups her Village space with a bou...
Appointment-only, hour-long guided shopping experience. Second show...