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Top hotels to relax in NYC
Top hotels to relax in NYC


New York Design Agenda decided share with you the best Hotels to stay and relax in New York!

There you can find all things to relax and feel really good with your family or for a couple!

Here you can see some amazing beds with a particular overlooking New York City!

Let us know what do you think about our selection:

Hotel Belleclaire, Upper West Side
The historic Belleclaire, housed in a handsome 1903 building, is on a calm stretch of West 77th Street.


The Pierre, Upper East Side
“Few hotels call up New York City’s grand old days like the Pierre. The hotel opened in 1930 – famous guests have included everyone from Jackie O to Audrey Hepburn – and a historic elegance seeps into every corner, from the white gloves worn by the elevator doormen to the Art Deco black-and-white-tiled lobby. The rooms are royally posh, done up in shades of ivory and coral, with tufted leather headboards, thick draperies and handwoven carpets.”


The Benjamin, Midtown
“Two words: pillow menu. And another two words: sleep consultant. The service hotel included an eye mask, aromatherapy, a bottle of water, a naptime turndown and — very important — a wake-up call.”


Ritz-Carlton Battery Park, Battery Park
“Views alone will slow your pulse rate. Gaze out at sailboats gliding by on New York Harbor, with the Statue of Liberty and the Verrazano Bridge glinting beyond (many of the rooms have telescopes).”


Nu Hotel, Brooklyn
“The sun washed Nu Hotel has airy loft rooms with cork floors, beds piled with Egyptian linens and plenty of whimsical touches, like hammocks in the suites. Sway into your afternoon nap, and then awake to take a spin around the neighborhood on the vintage-inspired Brooklyn Cruisers with cream tires, the hotel’s complimentary bikes. ”

The Kitano, Midtown
“Opt for a higher room with pillow-top beds, blonde woods and marble bathrooms. Or, splurge on the unique Tatami Suite, with wood floors, tatami mats and shoji paper screens.”


The Franklin Hotel, Upper East Side

It’s an European-styled hotel also has just 50 rooms, which adds to the intimacy. It’s no surprise that the Franklin is often called the most romantic hotel in NYC.


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