An artsy crowd favors the Manhattan sister of Chicago's James (Hot List 2007). The hotel fills an 18-story raw-concrete tower that dwarfs the low-slung...more
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
This single solitary full-service hotel in Brooklyn has some things going for it. It's situated just south of the Brooklyn Bridge, so you can walk the 30...more
The concept sounds gimmickythe 60 rooms are first categorized according to the Dewey Decimal system by subject (Literature, Arts, Math and Science, and...more
Dubai-based hotel group Jumeirah spent $90 million renovating the Essex House hotel on Central Park South after acquiring this Art Deco dowager in 2006. But...more
More country than town, the two 1834 brownstones near Gramercy Park at East 17th Street that house this 12-room inn are all 19th-century charm. Each room, along...more
Despite slightly rickety staircases and a bit of peeling paint here and there, the picturesque 300-year-old Huntting Inn, encircled by a picket fence and shaded...more
Savvy Europeans have been in on the Harborwoods secret since this spotless and stylishly modern B&B opened in 2009. Compared with the cluttered,...more
Looking to become the go-to hot spot for young artists and scenesters in ever-trendy Chelsea, the 10-story Hôtel Americano, opened September 2011, has...more
Downtown chic comes to midtown courtesy of hotelier Jeff Klein's renovation of a century-old men's club. It's meant to be very private and it is; there's no...more
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