With hundreds of boutique hotels in New York many neighborhoods, it can be challenging to sift through the endless options to find that perfect gem of a place, especially if you’re visiting from out of town. Here, we’ve rounded up the best luxury hotels and accommodations from the Upper East Side to the LES
The bustle of the street disappears as you step inside Paramount Hotel. One of the best boutique hotels in New York, chic, two-story lobby, with its reflective fireplace, dramatic lighting with the Coltrane Suspension by DelightFULL, and rich textures, sets the stage for a hip, indulgent experience. Whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, Paramount Hotel makes a stylish, comfortable, and centrally located home base for all of your adventures in New York City. Recently updated but retaining its historical charm, Paramount Hotel is the only hotel near Broadway NYC with genuine personality.
The sleek and modern Quin boasts a variety of tech-friendly amenities, like the Evolve Guest Control system that acts as command central for everything from your TV to your lighting and music. The contemporary architecture is enhanced by flourishes of color in the furnishings and artwork, while the rooms and suites are beautifully appointed to create a serene, calm sanctuary from the bustling cityscape that rushes on outside the hotel’s walls. They also have an unique restaurant called The Wayfarer with an unique lighting designed by DelightFULL – Neil Suspension.
This iconic New York landmark epitomizes the city’s fashion and glamour, from the opulent gold and marble lobby to the specialty themed suites inspired by Dior (above), Tiffany & Co., and Bentley. The amenities at the St. Regis are also first-rate—guests can make use of the Bentley House Car and enjoy attentive hospitality from the hotel’s hallmark Butler Service.
On par in luxury and class with the nearby Four Seasons and Ritz-Carlton hotels, Mandarin Oriental is a sleek, modern counterpoint to its storied neighbors. Perched high above Columbus Circle, the hotel boasts incredible bird’s-eye views of Central Park from its spectacular, Asian-inspired rooms. Plus, the world-class Spa at Mandarin Oriental is one of the best in the city.
Source: Harper’s Bazaar
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