Tribeca and Thompson hotels both seem to have more stars per square foot than a Diddy White Party (I'll see you a De Niro, and raise you a Jay-Z). Stars perch...more
Given the relative architectural anonymity of this 60-story skyscraper just north of the Empire State Building, restraint would seem to be the watchword at the...more
The quirky Spanish chain Room Mate Hotels has made a name for itself abroad with high-spec yet affordable design-conscious rooms, making its 2008 takeover of...more
The lobby, with onyx floors, limestone walls, and brass sconces, "opens before you like a scene from a great old movie." "Waking up with a view of Central Park...more
The first hotel to open near the World Trade Center after the September 11 attack, this Ritz was guaranteed the affection of New Yorkers. But it has more than...more
The Hamptons have never been a hotel hotbed, but a few choice properties are emerging amid the 12-foot privet hedges and manicured lawns. The Reform Club, built...more
The Plaza emerges from its $400 million renovation with architectural grandeur, decor long on marble and crystal, plenty of references to Eloise, and of course...more
A Beaux Arts masterpiece built in 1905featuring an overlay of Asian style courtesy of its Hong Kongbased parentthe Pen doesn't generally draw...more
This Upper West Side hotel has features usually associated with more expensive accommodations: good design, plasma-screen TVs, 24-hour room service, CD players...more
The biggest plus and minus for Brooklyn's first true boutique hotel, opened in 2008, is its location: at the top of restaurant row on Smith Street, across from...more
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