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The NoMad Hotel

The NoMad Hotel Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Centrally located near Madison Square Park, The Nomad (which shares its name with the surrounding neighborhood north of Madison Square Garden) is a luxurious, impeccably designed hotel with attentive service but limited features (there's no spa or business center). The hotel's focal point is its eponymous bar and restaurant, featuring five separate-but-connected spaces that sprawl along the ground floor. Guests can order cocktails in the cozy, book-lined Library or order brunch in the sun-filled Atrium room, though they should be prepared for price tags that match the high level of style. The 168 guest rooms are luxurious (there are Sferra linens, Frette towels, and robes), and successfully evoke a bygone era with Persian rugs, old maps, and antique-looking fixtures. Hip travelers who are willing to sacrifice luxury (without sacrificing a popular scene) should consider the Ace Hotel just around the corner, which offers more amenities -- multiple bars, a popular coffee shop, and more common space in which to socialize -- at an often lower price.
Hotel Chandler

Hotel Chandler Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 138-room Hotel Chandler is a charming boutique in a convenient location in the Flatiron District, within walking distance of the Empire State Building and Penn Station. Contemporary rooms feature solid amenities, including Frette linens, Molton Brown toiletries, and iPod docks. The restaurant, Juni, serves American cuisine from a Michelin-starred chef in an airy and sophisticated setting. There is also a great on-site bar and a lounge serving free coffee and tea throughout the day. Many guests can be seen relaxing in the library off the lobby, which comes complete with a fireplace and another television. Overall, this is a solid upscale option, but it is worth comparing rates with the nearby Roger New York or Eventi.
Ace Hotel NY

Ace Hotel NY Rating: 3.5 Pearls

A hip hotel in an unhip neighborhood. The meticulously curated, vintage-inspired design will be a turn-off for some -- the Ace doesn't aspire to most conventional notions of luxury -- but the property is as cool, comfortable, and inviting in its own way as any fancy downtown hipster boutique. Rooms are a bit small, and in some cases dark. But service is solid and the rates are usually very fair.
The Evelyn

The Evelyn Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Gershwin Hotel has a lot of promise. It came under new management in 2013 and began a top-to-bottom makeover (slated to end sometime in 2014) that will turn the hotel from a basic, affordable option into a stylish boutique. Charming Beaux Arts design accents point to the hotel’s rich history, and clean rooms have flat-screen TVs, Frette linens, and C.O. Bigelow toiletries. The amenities and overall ambiance will improve after renovations are complete. tag:revisit 7/1/2014
Wyndham Garden Hotel Manhattan, Chelsea West

Wyndham Garden Hotel Manhattan, Chelsea West Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Made up of 124 comfortable guest rooms and a cramped gym in the far outskirts of Chelsea (more reasonably, the Flatiron District), this Wyndham is a fair pick, for the price. Its only one block from the locally loved Madison Square Park and its surrounding subway stations, shops, and restaurants, but a long way from Chelsea's famous art galleries.
The MAve

The MAve Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Like its sisters in South Beach, the 72-room MAve hotel (opened in 2009) uses slight style -- and a few treats, like H2O bath prodcuts and a nice, free cheese spread at breakfast -- as a means to over-inflate the price of incredibly tiny guest rooms in Murray Hill. A better boutique? Thompson LES, Ace, Smyth... the list goes on.
La Semana Hotel

La Semana Hotel Rating: 1.0 Pearls

It's a special kind of hotel that earns a reputation for being both disgusting AND dangerous: Within five minutes of entering La Semana, it's evident that it is both. Not only have there been reports of mentally unstable clientele and gunshots, but the check-in clerk stands behind bulletproof glass, and many rooms' windows are covered in bars and barbwire, which creates the feeling of entering a prison. The rest is downhill from there: Holes in the (barely six-foot-high) ceilings, no doors on the dirty bathrooms, exposed wires, disgustingly dirty TV remotes, furniture that looks too cheap for a tailgate party, and beds without blankets make this one of the seediest hotel experiences in New York.


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