New York Palace: 455 Madison Avenue
It is located just off Madison Avenue. It has an amazing view and is the highest hotel in Manhattan. If you cannot stay here, you could stop to eat at this place and take amazing pictures of the skyline from here.
If you have a few bucks to spend then it is one of the best places to spend on.
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The Carlton Hotel: 88 Madison Avenue
The hotel is a classic; it is mainly used by business travelers but is as attractive for the leisure seekers. The rooms are traditionally furnished which adds to the charisma. People could spend hours sitting and admiring the lobby. It serves great coffee and cocktail.
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The Cassa Hotel: 70, W 45th St
It has 165 rooms and is a great new addition to the hotel scene. It is a little simple as compared to the rest but the rooms have linens and docking stations for mp3. The prices are fairly reasonable, and the hotel also serves organic food which you can enjoy in the beautiful back garden.
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Four Seasons Hotel New York: 57 East 57th St
The hotel has 364 rooms with king size beds, sitting areas and marble bathrooms. It has a luxury spa and also a fitness center for the health conscious. The staff is known to be very helpful.
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The Peninsula New York700 Fifth Avenue at 55th St
This grand hotel has an oriental theme. The building is from 1905 which gives it a traditional vintage look. According to those who have stayed here, it has the most comfortable beds. There are various restaurants and also one of the best spas.
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Chatwal130 W. 44th St
The old building of the hotel has been beautifully renovated. It has an art deco lobby and you can roam around with a cocktail and enjoy the designs. The hotel’s restaurant is very famous and the rooms have been artistically designed. There are also inbuilt libraries in the rooms.
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The Lowell: 28 E. 63rd St
This is one high class place just a block away from the central park. You can sense the exclusivity in the hotel as you are welcomed in hushed tones. There are apartment type rooms with classy interiors. The Italian marble bathrooms add more elegance.
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St. Regis Hotel:Two East 55th Street
The hotel is housed In 1904 arts landmark. The rooms have furniture in style of Louis XIV and chandeliers to make it luxurious. It has 256 rooms with twelve non smoking floors.
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The Cosmopolitan Hotel: Chambers St, TriBeCa & Lower East Side
It has 150 rooms and gives basic services so that prices are kept down. It is very practical and good value for money. The hotel has clean beds, wi-fi, television and private bathrooms.
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