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Avalon Hotel

Midtown South | Very Expensive

This is a "Great find!" One of the Phoenixes rising from the ashes of older New York City hotels, the newly-renovated, completely redesigned Avalon welcomes visitors with an impressive marble-columned, wood-accented lobby. The warm, helpful staff invites you to enjoy afternoon tea in the gracious library just off the lobby...

Bentley Hotel

Upper East Side | Expensive

We didn't know that the Bentley existed until we started doing research for Jim's Deli, the New York City Guide. It's a very pleasant surprise. Stylishly modern rooms have marble baths and expansive views of the 59th Street Bridge; though small -- as many hotel rooms in NYC are -- they are very comfortable...

Holiday Inn Martinique Hotel

Midtown South | Very Expensive

"We must be in the wrong place," was Susie's first thought as she entered the renovated Holiday Inn Martinique. Expecting a rejuvenated former down-at-the-heels-type hotel, we were treated to an open and spacious reception and lobby area which features light wood paneling and mosaic tile floors. Built at the turn of the 1900s, this French Renaissance-inspired property was lovingly refurbished...

Pickwick Arms Hotel

Midtown East | Expensive

Wow, an affordable hotel close to Midtown that's a place you would actually hang your hat. The Pickwick Arms has been a favorite of budget-minded travelers for years. A recent renovation has upgraded the hotel to give guests more comfortable accommodations...

Edison Hotel

Theater District | More Expensive

We didn't know that the Bentley existed until we started doing research for Jim's Deli, the New York City Guide. It's a very pleasant surprise. Stylishly modern rooms have marble baths and expansive views of the 59th Street Bridge; though small -- as many hotel rooms in NYC are -- they are very comfortable...

Wales Hotel

Upper East Side | Very Expensive

'Ahhhhh!' Lots of woodwork, very well maintained, in the heart of the Upper East Side's Museum Mile in the Carnegie Hill Historic District. Understated New York elegance sets the tone throughout the hotel. Comfortably-furnished rooms are quite small -- Susie says she can sit on the edge of the bed and change channels on the TV with her nose -- but she doesn't mind, its too comfortable to care...

 

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