Eclectic, eccentric, artsy Chelsea on
the West side? Classy Gramercy or trendy Park Avenue South action on
the East? Or a mix of both where they meet in the Flatiron District?
Take you pick
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Built in 1901 the Arlington offers good
value in a not bad location for a New York City jaunt. In the
Madison Park area on the edge of Chelsea the Arlington is in the
heart of Manhattan's Toy...
Don't expect a grand entrance at the
Broadway Plaza hotel; in fact, try not to miss the entrance, it's
squeezed between a couple of ground floor shops. Once inside, the
lobby is very small, but tastefully...
The folks at the Carlton say that this is
"New York's newest grand old hotel." And they just might
be right. Still another of the older NYC hotels undergoing
renovation, the Carlton's beaux-arts facade...
The Chelsea Inn is a bit of an eclectic
little hotel with absolutely no pretensions. Rooms at the inn are
small, well, let's make that snug; if you're planning to share a
room with a friend, be sure that it's a very good friend...
The Chelsea Star is a charming hotel with
each room individually designed and showcasing a variety of time
periods and cultures. Formerly the Star Hotel it was home to Madonna
before her big break...
Park Avenue Hotel
It wasn't too long ago that the mid-priced
chains weren't interested in the New York hotel market. But Clarion,
like others, is now offering European-style boutique
A bare-bones, tourist class hotel, the Deauville
offers newly-renovated, clean accommodations in a good location at a
reasonable price. Rooms are bright and cheerful, furnished in
Points Sheraton Manhattan Hotel
The Four Point Sheraton Manhattan Hotel is a
brand new property, one badly needed in Chelsea. Opened December
2003, it's all-new construction, a nice counterpoint to some of the
neighborhood's older properties; no matter how charming they might
be, "fresh and new" is a nice option to have...
The Gershwin Hotel's reasonably-priced
accommodations are ideally suited for folks who plan to be out and
about the town and offers enough activities and excitement of its
own that guests will not want for entertainment...
This little New York hotel's claims to fame
are fourfold: it was once called the Warhol factory of the 90's;
Entertainment Weekly voted Hotel 17 in the top 10 coolest movie
locations; and Woody Allen used it...
A cozy, comfortable Art Deco lobby is the
welcoming feature of this newly-renovated boutique hotel. The rooms
are small, clean and comfortable, carry the Art Deco themes...
The Park South is a deluxe hotel located in
New York's Rose Hill neighborhood, just minutes away from
midtown businesses and an array of cultural and sightseeing
The Chelsea Lodge occupies two landmark
townhouses in New York City's historic Chelsea district. Tastefully
renovated in 1999, each room is decorated in an Americana style...
What we have heard makes it sound
extraordinary. It's a fairly small, luxury boutique hotel decorated
in the Moderne style and offers fairly spacious accommodations.
We've passed it at night and the lobby makes a dramatic statement...
The Maritime Hotel opened in July, 2003, but
it's distinctive architectural touches have long been the subject of
conversation of New Yorker's not in the know. "What the heck is