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New York City hotels

New York's hotel scene leaves travelers as spoiled for choice as they are in every other aspect of life here. The myriad hotel options range from super-swank to shoebox, and everything in between. While key luxury markers like service, amenities, and views are world-class, sleeping in the city that never sleeps also involves curbing your expectations, at least when it comes to size: At 325 square feet, the average New York hotel room is substantially smaller than what you'll find in other cities.

Manhattan hotels tend to fall into two different camps. In one corner, there are the establishment, Louis XVI-furniture-and-gilt joints on which this city built its reputation—the Peninsula, the Plaza, the St. Regis. In the other is the new guard: intimate, clubby hideaways like the Gramercy Park Hotel and the Library Hotel.

Lodging in New York may be notoriously hard on the hip pocket (the average hotel-room price is $320, but good luck getting that), yet there still are bargains out there, like Greenwich Village's Abingdon Guest House. Fancy more of the pied--terre experience? Urban Living (www.urbanliving-ny.com), an agency that specializes in vacation rentals in New York City, can set you up in a furnished one-bedroom apartment in Chelsea for around $240 a night.

Manhattan is very much a series of villages, with scenes to match: The higher-end, more traditional hotels tend to be clustered around Midtown and Central Park, while below 14th Street you'll find more fashion-forward accommodation. If you plan to spend every night dive-hopping downtown, opt for a buzzy newcomer like the Crosby Street Hotel, or Bowery Hotel. If high-end shopping and Broadway shows are your scene, stick to Midtown. But don't let ZIP code be your only guiding principle: Manhattan is compact, eminently walkable, and stocked with enough cabs to make location a minor concern.

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Chambers, Midtown West

A far more overt attempt than the subtler City Club to bring downtown style to midtown, this 77-room hotel owes its soul to art, with 500 contemporary works...more

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The Carlyle, Upper East Side

The most pedigreed of the Upper East Side hotels, this grande dame opened originally as a residential hotel in 1930, with composer Richard Rodgers as its first...more

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Bryant Park Hotel, Midtown West

Close to the Seventh Avenue showrooms and just across the street from Bryant Park, the former location of New York's fashion shows, this modern hotel remains...more

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The Bowery Hotel, East Village

The flophouses and drug dens of Bowery past have long been supplanted by boutiques and bars, but the new occupants still pay homage to the neighborhood's rakish...more

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Andaz Fifth Avenue, Midtown East

Set in a gut-renovated 1916 building directly across from the New York Public Library, Andaz 5th Avenue is the fifth outpost of Hyatt's hybrid...more

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Ace Hotel New York, Midtown West

Located in one of the few ungentrified stretches of a transitional downtown neighborhood that's at the center of nothing but close to everything (Chelsea,...more

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Abingdon Guest House, West Village

A great find and your only real option for staying in the West Village. These nine rooms split between two Hudson Street brownstones are full of romantic...more

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70 Park Avenue, Midtown East

Owing to a location in mostly residential Murray Hill, Manhattan's first Kimpton hotel is too far north to share in downtown's cachet and too far south to be in...more

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60 Thompson, Soho

Thomas O'Brien of Aero Studios, based right here in Soho, designed this hotel to be the last word in urban sophistication. What he came up with are deadpan...more

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