Interstate chain gains on toehold on the west side. As a tourist, can’t quibble with the location, close by the Intrepid and Times Square. Businessfolk get Javits and midtown accessibility. F... read more
Stonehill & Taylor-designed hotel in awesome neo-gothic Colony Arcade building. The 197 rooms have millinery accents and massive ceiling heights. Parker & Quinn restaurant plays to theme wi... read more
Hyatt’s mid-size business travel refuge holds down prime slot near the Empire State Building. Successor to AmeriSuites offers comfort, modernity, and nothing too risqué. Kitchen Skille... read more
Former W Hotel, but history goes deeper than that. Originally opened in 1928, with Tuscan-style ornamentation and "apartment hotel" accommodations. Along with sister property The Court, now manage... read more
The New York Helmsley Hotel reborn as a member of the Starwood family. Westin badge means high-end nights, backed by $75 million in renovation upgrades. Prime location close by Grand Central with p... read more
Pod sweet pod. Sounds like a destination for body-snatchers, but is actually ultra-modern take on budget lodging. Landmark 1919 Allerton sporting tiny rooms with stylish, smart design: dressers tuc... read more
Former Hotel Roger Williams gets rebranded as simply Roger, takes on a general modernization. Comfortably sleeps the business associate on the road or the in-tune out-of-towner. Simple, modern, sop... read more
Modern gay compound covers both business and pleasure. One hundred boutique rooms combine minimalist styling with state-of-the-art technology. Mirrored headboards run floor-to-ceiling, ideal for co... read more
Circa 1926 Garment District stalwart now flies the Wyndham flag. South American and Europe fave TRYP brings plenty of amenities at moderate prices. Fitness rooms stock complimentary threads, fa... read more
Former Wyndham Garden takes on DoubleTree comforts, adds bulky moniker. Yay corporate naming committees! Greenhouse 36 café carries over, as do the amenities. Fitness and business centers r... read more
With a $130 million renovation by artists and designers, this business-friendly hotel has transformed from midtown yuck to Grand Central-worthy posh. Overlooking the majestic terminal, the rooms' d... read more
A chic hotel entering the escalating designer hotel fray in an otherwise un-fabulous stretch of Murray Hill (The Ace, The Carlton and The Gansevoort Park are all close neighbors), the Hotel LOLA is... read more
Tucked down a relatively serene stretch of W. 47th Street, Sanctuary is genuinely boutique, with just 111 rooms, all about aesthetic extravagance. The awe-inspiring neoclassical columns flanki... read more
Floor-to-ceiling windows provide vantages over busy midtown corner. Central location for 116 rooms running from stylish studios to ginormous penthouse suite. Landscaped terraces for eight lucky gue... read more
Funky-looking sliver structure isn’t shy about showing off its terraces. Roomy balconies (every room sports one) will have you feeling afloat above midtown. Low-density interior with only two... read more
Miami condo cult drops sixty stories of lux living on Fifth, hands over the reins to Langham Place. Inside, keep thinking big: majority of rooms top 700 square feet. Three rosewood and marble penth... read more
Kimpton's lux follow-up to Ink48. Behemoth parked on a full block along the Chelsea/Penn Station fringe. Justifies its space-hogging with landscaped plaza rocking lush fountains and a jumbo multi-m... read more
MePa pioneer branches out to Park Avenue. Slick glass building picks up some of the original's trademarks, like light effects, lux spa, and pool up on the sceney roof deck. Modern look softened wit... read more
Tapering notched tower does double duty as low-key boutique hotel, condo for posh Euros. For the shorter term guests, it's creamy leather and Frette linen, Angelo Caroli in the bath. Also Dean &... read more
Harlem sprawler not embarrassed to name check the highway (9A) that...
Cult yogawear chain complete with creepy manifesto ("children are t...
Sleek spinning studio became a mini-chain in a snap. Addictive clas...
Frenchish café chain has many, many outposts throughout NYC,...
Oysters and cocktails at 1 Delancey. Named for Marcel Duchamp&rsquo...