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But its small, dark rooms and limited on-site features mean you can get a better deal (bigger rooms or more features) at other nearby hotels, like the Time.

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Boutique Hotels in Times Square, New York City (2 of 14)

 But its small, dark rooms and limited on-site features mean you can get a better deal (bigger rooms or more features) at other nearby hotels, like the Time.
This 210-room midtown boutique, half a block from Times Square, stands out for its adventurous design and fun bar. But its small, dark rooms and limited on-site features mean you can get a better deal (bigger rooms or more features) at other nearby hotels, like the Time. If you've been to a W hotel anywhere in the world, you basically know the drill: A lively bar scene, funky design, solid in-house gym, friendly and attentive service, great beds -- and fairly expensive prices. The only difference: This 507-room property is in bustling, touristy Times Square. The guest rooms are big, very stylish, comfortable (especially the awesome bed), and equipped with up-to-date electronics. This newly renovated boutique hotel is steps from the center of bustling Times Square but feels like a calm oasis. With stylish rooms and suites, a hip new wine bar, and a restaurant with a locally acclaimed chef -- plus a complimentary wine hour each night -- the Muse is a great alternative to the mid-priced mega hotels that pervade the neighborhood. Newly renovated rooms with luxury bedding and free premium cable will inspire a good rest, though light sleepers may be bothered by the street noise. A homey boutique in the heart of Times Square, the Casablanca is a small treasure among massive hotels. A daily wine and cheese reception and free breakfast in the cozy lounge add to its charm, and the service is among the best in the city. Rooms are nothing special, but overall, the Casablanca is a great value. In the heart of Times Square but just outside most of the noise, the 228-room Mela boutique brings a little South Beach style to Manhattan. Free Wi-Fi, great beds, and a high-quality fitness center make the Mela an excellent alternative to the Marriott Marquis or Westin Times Square. Formerly Andre Balazs' Hotel QT, the 139-room Room Mate Grace boutique hotel picks up where the previous inhabitant left off: welcoming budget-minded tourists who want affordable rooms near Times Square and a fun party atmosphere where they can mingle at the 24-hour pool and swim-up bar. Add in a free European-style continental breakfast that runs daily until noon (with fresh berries and a selection of meats and cheeses) and you'd be hard-pressed to get this much from a hotel elsewhere in Times Square, at this low a price. While the standard "Petite" room is tiny, the toiletries are cloyingly scented, and the bathrooms are eerily reminiscent of a youth hostel, the space-maximizing rooms with bunk beds -- similar to those at the style-on-a-budget Pod Hotel -- are a great way for families or groups to save some cash. A fairly standard take on lower-middle-range boutique-ism near Times Square. The Time markets itself as a bastion of flash and high design, but more than anything else it's just a clean, comfortable place to crash in midtown. Primary colors, but minimal charm. The rooms are clean and bright enough, and have flat-screens, but they're also quite small, with subpar beds and no noteworthy views.
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